Tennessee House Passes Bill Barring Local Councils From Returning Expelled Lawmakers

Despite Constitutional Questions, Tennessee House Republicans Approved A Measure Monday That Would Stop Expelled Lawmakers From Being Reappointed To Office.

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Pair Of Tennessee Bills Impacting Running For 2 Offices, Reappointments Advance

A Pair Of Bills That Could Impact Three Tennessee Representatives Who Were The Subject Of Expulsion Hearings Last Year Continue To Advance Through The Tennessee Legislature.

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Tennessee House Committee Passes Bill Banning Expelled Lawmakers From Returning To Legislature

Republican Lawmakers Advanced A Bill Wednesday Banning Expelled Lawmakers From Returning To The Tennessee Legislature Despite A Legal Opinion Such A Move Would Be Unconstitutional.

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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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Child Rapist Death Penalty Bill To Be Considered In Tennessee House Criminal Justice Committee Next Week

A Tennessee Bill That Authorizes The Death Penalty As A Punishment For Rape Of A Child, Aggravated Rape Of A Child, Or Especially Aggravated Rape Of A Child Passed Out Of Subcommittee This Week And Is Scheduled To Be Considered In The House Criminal Justice Committee Next Week.

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Bill That Could Enable Tennessee To Impose Death Penalty Sentences For Child Rape Passes House Subcommittee

Yesterday In The Tennessee House Criminal Justice Subcommittee, A Bill Was Proposed And Passed That Not Only Would Enhance The Penalty For Child Rape In The State Of Tennessee, But Could Lead To Enabling Other States That Would Be So Inclined, To Pass Similar Laws.

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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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Some Tennessee Lawmakers Flat-Out Condemn Lee’s School Voucher Expansion

On Tuesday, Gov. Bill Lee Announced His Plan To Expand Taxpayer-Funded School Vouchers Through A Program Known As The Education Freedom Scholarship Act, And Proponents Of Tennessee’s Public Education System Are Anything But Happy About It.

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