Medical Marijuana Moves Forward in TN After Compromise

Tennessee State Legislators Have Come To An Agreement On A Medical Cannabis Decriminalization Bill After A Wider-ranging Bill Just Barely Failed To Pass.

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Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House

The Tennessee House Adopted A Bill To Make The State A Second Amendment Sanctuary. It “Affirms That Any Law, Treaty, Executive Order, Rule, Or Regulation Of The United States Government” That Violates The Second Amendment Is Unenforceable. The Bill Now Will Head To Gov. Bill Lee’s Desk.

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Mayor Kelly Updates Chattanooga’s COVID Executive Order, Still Requires Masks In City Buildings

With The Expiration Of State And County Pandemic Restrictions, Mayor Tim Kelly Issued An Updated Executive Order On Friday To Modify The City’s Guidance On COVID-19 Precautions And Procedures.

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Lending Solutions Inc Plans To Lay Roots In Tennessee

Lending Solutions Inc., A Financial Services Company Will Be Opening Up A New Call Center In Knoxville, Creating 265 Jobs In Knox County.

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General Assembly Endorses ‘Big Step In Right Direction’ For Tennessee Small Brewers

Senate Bill 177 Aims To Change The Game For Small Craft Breweries. Current Tennessee Law Prevents Breweries From Self-Distributing Beyond County Lines.

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What To Expect This Week From The TN General Assembly Regarding Your 2nd Amendment Rights

Last Week The Tennessee Legislature Passed Its Annual Budget For The State. That Signals For Practical Purposes That The Legislature Is In “Wind Down” Mode And Handling A Limited Number Of Matters. However, There Were Still Several 2nd Amendment Related Bills Dealt With Last Week And A Couple More On The Calendar For This Week.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $42.6B State Budget

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A $42.6 Billion State Budget Thursday For The Fiscal Year That Starts July 1.

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Hamilton County Lifts Mask Mandate

As Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Promised, The County-Wide Mask Mandate Has Lifted As Of Today, April 29th.

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Tennessee Sued On Claims That New Permitless Carry Law Violates U.S. Constitution

Within Days Of The Governor Signing His Permitless Carry Legislation Into Law, The State Of Tennessee Was Sued In Federal District Court Based On A Violation Of The 2nd And 14th Amendments Of The U.S. Constitution, Denying Some 18-20 Year Old Citizens From Being Able To Exercise The Right To Keep And Bear Arms.

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