Senate Passes Bill Requiring Immigration Status Check For Voters In Tennessee

Tennessee State Senators Voted To Pass Legislation That Will Require Election Coordinators To Compare The Statewide Voter Registration Database With The Department Of Safety Database To Ensure That There Are No Illegal Aliens Registered To Vote.

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Tennessee House To Discuss Offense Of Transporting Minors For Abortion

A Bill That Would Make It A Misdemeanor Offense Punishable By Just Less Than A Year Of Imprisonment For Assisting In Bringing A Minor Across State Lines For An Abortion Without Parental Permission Reaches House Committee On Tuesday.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Ensure Compliance With Age-Appropriate Materials Act

The Tennessee Senate Passed A Bill On Thursday That Would Allow Parents To File Civil Suits In Order To Ensure Compliance With The Age-Appropriate Materials Act.

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Tennessee Legislature Begins Discussion Of $1.2B Business Tax Refund, Repeal

An Estimated $1.2 Billion Franchise Tax Refund To Businesses Is Scheduled To Be Voted On For The First Time In The Tennessee Legislature Next Week After The Senate Finance Ways And Means Subcommittee Heard Details Of The Proposal.

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Tennessee Bill Would Change Absentee Ballot Application Deadline

Tennessee’s Senate Passed A Bill This Week That Would Require Voters To Request An Absentee Ballot 10 Days Before An Election Instead Of The Current Seven Days.

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Software Overhaul Leads To Months Of Tennessee Families Being Unable To Access Food Stamps

Leaders Of The Tennessee Department Of Human Services Told Lawmakers On Wednesday That It Could Take Another Two More Months Before The State’s SNAP Program Is Running Smoothly Again.

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Tennessee Legislature Opens With New House Gallery Policy Restricting Access

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Operating With New Access Rules That Restrict The Public’s Entrance Into Upstairs Galleries As The Legislature Opens The 2024 Session, Even As It Is Set To Take Up Several Critical Bills Such As The Governor’s School Voucher “Scholarships” Plan.

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Tennessee GOP State Rep Wants To Return Medicaid Expansion Authority To Governor

Outgoing Republican Rep. Sam Whitson Is Mulling A Reversal Of State Law Requiring The Governor To Gain Approval From The Tennessee Legislature Before Expanding Medicaid.

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