Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phones May Now Face Felony Charges

Tennessee Inmates In Possession Of A Cell Phone, Or Any Telecommunications Device While Inside A Penal Institution, May Be Charged With A Class E Felony, Effective July 1st, 2021.

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Tennessee Bill Seeks Increased Accountability For Local Governments Considering Tax Hikes

House Bill 1315 Directs Tennessee’s Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations To Conduct A Study On The Use Of A Voter Referendum To Approve Significant Tax Increases.

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Reps Robin Smith & Bryan Terry Push Criminalization, Compulsion for Those Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

Facing Opposition By Representative Robin Smith And Representative Bryan Terry, Who Is Also The Chair Of The Health Committee, House Bill 10, Which Would Protect Individual Liberties Of Tennesseans, May Have A Difficult Time Making It Out Of Committee Unaltered.

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State Lawmakers Propose A Number Of Bills To Change Tennessee’s Response To Pandemic

Legislators Have Filed A Multitude Of Pandemic-Related Proposals, Including Bills That Would Make The State Pay For COVID-19 Victim’s Burials To A Slew Of Bills To Limit Powers Of The Executive Branch During A State Of Emergency.

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