Tennessee State Officials Sued Over “Unduly Burdensome” Candidate Requirements

With An Election Year Fast Approaching, The Libertarian Party Of Tennessee Has Filed A Lawsuit Citing “Unduly Burdensome” Requirements Placed On Any Candidate Not Running As A Republican, Democrat, Or Independent.

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TVA Pays Memphis VP “Big” Salary, Lawsuit Reveals

The Tennessee Valley Authority Is Paying Memphis-Based Vice President Mark Yates Nearly A Quarter-Million Dollars A Year In Salary And Possibly As Much As $338,000 Or More Counting Bonuses.

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City Amends Ordinance That Protected Local Mom And Pop Restaurants After Lawsuit From Outside Area Food Trucks

Mt. Juliet’s Board Of Commissioners Voted Monday To Amend An Ordinance That Protected Local Mom And Pop Restaurants In Order To Settle A Lawsuit From Outside Area Food Trucks.

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Federal Lawsuit Filed Over New Tennessee Law Requiring Polling Places To Warn Voters Against Voting In The Wrong Primary

The League Of Women Voters Of Tennessee Filed A Lawsuit Challenging The Legality Of A New Law Requiring Every Tennessee Polling Place To Display Signs Saying It Is A Crime To Vote In A Primary Without Being A Bona Fide Party Member.

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Tennessee Senate Maps Ruled Unconstitutional

A Tennessee Court Ruled Wednesday Afternoon That Republican-Drawn State Senate Maps Are Unconstitutional, Giving The General Assembly Until Jan. 31 To Adopt New Maps.

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Johnson City TN Man Linked To More Than 50 Sexual Assaults Apprehended In Florida

Sean Williams, The Johnson City Man At The Center Of Allegations That Local Police Failed For Years To Investigate Multiple Sexual Assault Claims Against Him, Was Taken Into Custody In Florida On Wednesday, More Than A Month After His Escape From Police Custody, The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Said.

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