Lawmakers Won’t Seek Hargett’s Resignation Following DUI Arrest

Tennessee’s Legislative Leaders Might Have Been Caught Off Guard By Republican Secretary Of State Tre Hargett’s DUI Charge After Bonnaroo Friday Night, But They Aren’t Calling For His Head.

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Lawmakers Create Bureaucracy To Oversee Immigrant Child Care

The Ordeal At Chattanooga’s La Casa De Sidney With Unaccompanied Alien Minors Led To A Bill Being Passed This Year By Republican Sen. Dawn White Of Murfreesboro And Republican Rep. Dan Howell Of Cleveland Setting New Reporting Requirements For Child-Care Facilities.

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Tax Breaks Total $280 Million Amid Sky-Rocketing Revenues

Considering The State’s Budget Hit $52.8 Billion For Fiscal 2022-23, Starting July 1, And Revenue For This Budget Year Continues To Soar Past Projections, Some Question Exists Whether The State Went Far Enough In Returning Money To Taxpayers.

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Tennessee Legislature Wraps Up Tempestuous Session

The Legislature Adopted An Ethics Reform Bill On The Final Day Of The 112th Session, One Supposedly Designed To Shed More Light On So-Called Dark Money.

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Tennessee Legislators Send Campaign Finance Bill to Conference Committees

Tennessee State Senators Refused To Concur On Amendments That The House Made To A Controversial Campaign Finance Bill, Leading Both Chambers To Appoint Conference Committees In An Attempt To Work Out A Compromise.

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TN’s Public School Funding Overhaul Passes Key Committees, Heads To Full House And Senate

A Bill That Would Rework How Tennessee Funds Its Public Schools Passed Two Key Committees On Tuesday And Will Now Head To The Full House And Senate.

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Tele-Med Abortion Ban Bill Passes Tennessee Senate

The “Tennessee Abortion-Inducing Drug Risk Protocol Act”, A Bill That Would Penalize Physicians For Prescribing Abortion Inducing Drugs Via Telehealth Appointments, Passed A Senate Floor Vote 26 To 4 On Thursday. All 4 Of The Dissenting Votes Came From Democratic Senators.

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Truth In Sentencing, K-12 Funding, Titans Stadium Part Of Talks In $52.8B State Budget Plan

A Truth-In-Sentencing Bill Pushed By The House And Senate Speakers, Along With A K-12 Funding Plan And $500 Million In State Bonds For A New Titans Stadium Are The Focal Points Of Negotiations As The Two Chambers Prepare To Consider Different $52.8 Billion Budget Plans.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Pair Of Bills Regarding Transgender Athletes

The Tennessee Senate Passed A Pair Of Bills On Monday Night That Would Prevent Athletes Who Were Born As Males From Competing In Female Athletics.

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