Tennessee Spending $350 Million To Bolster Liberty Bowl & FedEx Forum In Memphis

Head Over Heels For Big-Time Sports, The State Of Tennessee Is Pouring Hundreds Of Millions Into Stadium Projects In An Effort To Lure Big Events And Improve The Game-Day Experience For Fans, Including Those Attending Liberty Bowl And FedEx Forum Games In Memphis.

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Bill To Extend Time On Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry Passes In House Committee

An Amended Bill To Extend The Amount Of Time That A Perpetrator Remains On The Tennessee Sex Offender Registry Was Passed Out Of The House Criminal Justice Committee This Week Via A Voice Vote.

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House Subcommittee Passes Bill To Increase Time On Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry

A Bill That Would Extend The Length Of Time That An Individual Is On The Tennessee Sex Offenders Registry Was Heard By The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee On Tuesday And Will Be Moving On To The Full Committee.

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Child Rapist Death Penalty Bill Passes In Tennessee House Committee, All Democrats Voted No (Update 2.5.24)

A Bill That Would Give The Courts The Authority To Consider The Death Penalty For Child Rapists Passed The Tennessee House Criminal Justice Committee By A Voice Vote. The Four Democrats On The Committee All Requested To Be Recorded As Voting No.

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Tennessee House Adopts Rules To Punish Decorum Violators

The House Silenced One Member Wednesday For Disparaging Speaker Cameron Sexton And Found Out Democrats Are Dominating Debate Time As It Adopted New Rules Designed To Keep Lawmakers From Filibustering And Disturbing Proceedings.

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Tennessee Democrats Argue Rejecting Federal Education Funding Undermines Public Schools

Critics Of A Plan To Consider Rejecting Upwards Of $1.9 Billion In Federal Education Funds Say The Idea Would Undermine Public Schools In Favor Of Private And Charter School Operators.

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House Passes Bill To Allow Public Comment At Government Meetings In Tennessee

A Bill That Would Require That A Time For Public Comment Be Allowed At State Governmental Meetings Passed The Tennessee House And Is Ready For Transmission To The Senate.

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House Criminal Justice Committee Pushes Through Bill To Remove Obscene Materials From School Libraries

House Bill 1944 Is Referred For Passage By The House Criminal Justice Committee And Is Headed To The Education Administration For Review.

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