Governor’s Transportation Proposals Draw Wide Reactions

Not Everyone Is Thrilled About The Lee Administration’s Patchwork Of Transportation Proposals, The Most Notable Of Which Would Be The Institution Of Toll Roads In Tennessee.

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We’ve Been Banned On Facebook!

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Advocacy Groups Ask Governor Lee To Appoint Independent Investigator Regarding Memphis Teacher’s Murder

Advocacy Groups Are Asking Governor Bill Lee To Appoint An Independent Investigator To Look Into The Possible Failures Of State Agencies That May Have Led To The Kidnapping And Murder Of Eliza Fletcher Earlier This Year.

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No Request From Governor To Review TDOC Early Release Program

Governor Lee Has Not Asked The Department Of Corrections To Look Into A State Policy That Would Allow For The Possibility Of Reduced Sentences For Violent Offenders In Tennessee, And State Prison Officials Are Not Currently Implementing Any Review Of The Policy Either, Even After Recent Cases In Which Violent Offenders Were Back On The Streets Because Of Those Early Releases.

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Metro Nashville Council Unenthusiastic About Possible 2028 GOP Convention After Voting Against Hosting In 2024

The Metro City Council Who Voted Down A Proposal For The City Of Nashville To Host The Republican National Convention In 2024 Appear Similarly Unenthusiastic About The Potential For The Following Event In 2028.

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TN Universities Refuse Comment On How They Will Implement New Intellectual Diversity Law

Public University Leaders In Tennessee Are Staying Silent On How And When They Plan To Follow A New State Law That Requires Them To Implement Intellectual Diversity On Their Campuses.

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TN GOP Leadership Announces Additional Step To Support TBI & Accelerate Forensic Testing

On Thursday, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally And Speaker Cameron Sexton Announced A Decisive Step To Accelerate The Hiring Process For 25 Additional Forensic Lab Positions At The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation (TBI).

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Pro-Israel Cardoza-Moore Reappointed To Expanded K-12 Curriculum Oversight Committee That Will Also Help Evaluate Library Books

Speaker Of The House Cameron Sexton Has Reappointed Laurie Cardoza-Moore To A Three-Year Term On The State’s Textbook And Instructional Materials Quality Commission. The Commission Evaluates And Recommends Textbooks And Other Instructional Materials For Local School Systems.

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Former Special Agent Says Crime Will “Get Worse Before It Gets Better”

Former Supervisory Special Agent James A. Gagliano Joined Sen. Marsha Blackburn On Wednesday And Explained That There Is A “Huge Mistake” Being Made When It Comes To Policing.

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