Tennessee House Passes Redistricting Maps

The Tennessee House Passed New State House, State Senate And Congressional Legislative District Maps Monday Evening.

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Tennessee Bill Would Cut Sentence In Half For First Degree Murder

House Bill 1532 (SB0561 In The Senate) Seeks To Reduce The Amount Of Time That Must Be Served For First Degree Murder Before Becoming Eligible For Parole. For Someone Currently Sentenced To Life In Prison With Parole, The Minimum Time They Must Serve Is 51 Years. If The Bill Passes The House And Senate And Becomes Tennessee Law, That Time Would Be Reduced By Approximately Half To 25 Years.

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Fines For School Board Members, Limits On the Governor: Thursday’s Special Session Bills

A Slew Of Far-Reaching Measures Designed To Curb Local Dissent Over State Covid Policies, And To Check The Governor’s Emergency Powers, Sailed Easily Through Republican-Dominated Committee Hearings During Thursday’s Specially Called Legislative Session.

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Republicans Take Aim At Rogue DAs As Bills Pile Up In Medical Freedom Special Session

House Speaker Cameron Sexton And Republican Legislators Are Firing Another Salvo At Metro Nashville, This Time Targeting Nashville District Attorney Glenn Funk For Refusing To Prosecute Certain State Laws.

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Senate Bills Surface For TN Special Session On Medical Freedom

Proposed Legislation Continues To Emerge In Advance Of The Tennessee Legislature’s Covid-19 Special Session, Including Six Senate Bills That Were Filed Tuesday.

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Tennessee Legislature Convenes Today With Education Issues At Forefront

Tennessee Lawmakers Return To Nashville Today To Begin The 2021 Legislative Session And Soon Will Take Up Legislation On Key Education Issues.

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