“Economic Expansion” Results In Billions Of Dollars In Infrastructure Needs

Tennessee Has $61.9 Billion In Infrastructure Needs Across The State, According To A Report Presented On Tuesday From The Tennessee Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR).

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2nd Amendment, Gas Tax, Conflict of Interest Bills Head to Subcommittees

These Bills Include Topics Such As Self-Defense Protections, A Lowered Age For Gun Carry Permits, A Gas Tax, And Conflicts Of Interest In County Government. Read On For An Overview Of Several Newer Bills, An Update On Their Current Status, And Contact Information For Committee Members Who Need Your Input On This Potential Legislation.

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TN Lawmaker Pushes For Carry Permits To Cover Any Firearm

Tennessee State Representative Rusty Grills (R-Newbern) Last Week Filed A Bill In The Tennessee House Of Representatives That Aims To Change The Language Of Concealed And Handgun Carry Permits To Allow For The Carry Of Any Firearm They Legally Own.

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Tennessee House Passes Redistricting Maps

The Tennessee House Passed New State House, State Senate And Congressional Legislative District Maps Monday Evening.

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TN Education Commissioner Permits At Least 7 School Districts To Go Virtual

The Tennessee Department Of Education, Led By Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn, Has Given Permission To At Least Seven School Districts To Shift To Virtual Learning For Up To Five Days In Response To Issues Related To Covid-19.

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Warner Introduces VOTE Act To Determine 2020 Election Accuracy (Update 1/24/22)

Should This Bill Become Law, It Would Require Tennessee County Election Commissions To Conduct A Thorough Investigation And Review Of Ballots And Equipment From The 2020 General Election. The Purpose Of The Bill Is To Determine The Accuracy Of Election Results For The United States Presidential And Congressional Elections In Tennessee.

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