Tennessee Bill Allows Lawsuits For Damages From Illegally Blocking Roadways

A Bill Aimed At Preventing People From Blocking Tennessee Roadways Was Amended And Passed By Both Chambers Of The Tennessee Legislature Before It Next Heads To The Desk Of Gov. Bill Lee Along With A Glut Of Late-Session Bills.

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Bill Imposing Adult Sentences On Juveniles Heads To Gov. Bill Lee’s Desk

Teens As Young As 14 Years Old Who Commit Serious Crimes In Tennessee Will Face Up To Five Years Of Adult Incarceration Or Probation Once Their Juvenile Sentence Ends Under A Bill Now Awaiting Gov. Bill Lee’s Likely Signature.

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Bill Shifting More Memphis Hotel Tax To FedExForum Headed To Governor

A Bill Allowing Memphis To Divert More Of The Shelby County Hotel-Motel Tax To Renovations At FedExForum Passed The Tennessee Senate And Will Now Head To Gov. Bill Lee For His Signature.

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Tennessee Non-Profit Works To Provide College Scholarships For Illegal Aliens

Protestors Marched On The State Capitol On Thursday Urging Gov. Lee Not To Sign Legislation That Requires Local Law Enforcement To Report Illegal Aliens In Their Custody To The Feds. At The Same Time, A Non-Profit Hosted An Event Presenting Their Plans To Help “Undocumented Immigrants” To Attend College By Providing Over $2 Million In Scholarships Annually.

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Gov. Lee Signs Bill To Combat “Driving Equality Act” That Media Has Claimed Will “Undo Strides In Public Safety”

Gov. Bill Lee Signed A Bill Into Law That Would Allow Tennessee Law Enforcement Agencies To Operate At Their Full Legal Capacity By Prohibiting Local Government From Putting Limits On That Capacity.

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Bill Requiring Tennessee Law Enforcement To Report Illegal Aliens To Federal Government Passes On Senate Floor

A Bill To Require Local Law Enforcement Agencies In Tennessee To Report Illegal Immigrants In Their Custody To The Federal Government Was Passed In The State Senate By A 26-7 Vote On Monday.

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Memphis Pushes More Hotel Tax Funding For FedExForum Renovations

Memphis Is Looking For More Funding For The Renovations At The FedexForum And Are Pushing A Pair Of Bills In The Tennessee Legislature To Get That Funding.

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