Legislators Question State’s $75 Million Contact Tracing Expense With Inexperienced Company

Without Full Legislative Consideration – And Without Public Disclosure – Tennessee Health Officials Have Spent $75 Million To Date, Paying A Hendersonville Medical Company To Handle Contact Tracing.

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Republican Lawmakers Continue Push For Partisan School Board Elections

Tennessee Legislators Worked To Advance Proposed Legislation On Thursday That Would Restore Personal Freedoms And Place Limitations On The Power Of School Officials, The Health Department, And Businesses To Force Covid Restrictions.

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Tennessee Attorney General Warns Against Requiring Legislators To Confirm Position

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Criticized A Constitutional Amendment Proposing That The Position Of Attorney General Be Approved By State Legislators After Being Selected By The State Supreme Court.

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Constitutionality Of Tennessee Sex Offender Registry Questioned

Legislators Met On Wednesday To Take A Close Look At Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry After Nearly Thirty Lawsuits Were Brought Against The System.

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TN GOP Asks Governor & Attorney General To Oppose New ATF Gun Law Rules

Over Forty Members Of The Tennessee Legislature Have Signed A Letter Requesting Governor Bill Lee And Attorney General Herbert Slatery Use Their Legal And Executive Power To Resist Two Proposed Rules From The Federal Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, And Explosives.

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Legislators Seek Answers Regarding Billions of Dollars In No-Bid Contracts

Lawmakers Are Questioning Billions Of Dollars Of Deals That The State Made After Lee’s Executive Order In Response To The Pandemic Gave Departments Permission To Enter Into Contracts Without Taking Bids.

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Conservatives Call For Penny Schwinn’s Removal As Commissioner Of Education

Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn’s Performance Has Many Tennesseans, From Average Citizens To School Superintendents To Legislators, Calling For Change. This Call For A Change At The Top Of Tennessee’s Public Education System Is A Long Time In The Making And Continues Today As We Learned By Surveying Our Readers.

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