Tennessee Sends Throng Of Police Officers To Aid In Republican National Convention Security

Police Departments From Knoxville, Metro Nashville, And LaVergne Along With The Tennessee Highway Patrol Sent Officers To Milwaukee This Week To Provide Additional Security At The Republican National Convention, Just Days After The Attempted Assassination Of Former President Donald Trump.

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Tennessee State Senator Proposes Law To Prevent Outside Interference In Public Records Cases

Proposed Tennessee Legislation To Change The State Law To Limit Who Is Allowed To Intervene In Lawsuits Regarding Public Records Has Been Filed In Response To Litigation Involving Records Related To The Covenant School Shooting.

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Effectiveness Of Process For Challenging Tennessee Laws Questioned

A Law Passed In 2021, Changing The Way State Laws Are Challenged, Has Some Concerned That The Door Has Been Opened For Partisan Redistricting In Tennessee And Dissension Among Panel Judges.

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Tennessee Legislature Closed For Week Due To Cold Weather, Dangerous Roads

The Tennessee Legislature Called Off This Week’s Committee Meetings And Legislative Schedule Due To Cold Temperatures And The Risk Of Snow And Icy Conditions On The State’s Roads.

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Metro Nashville Board Votes To Shut Down One of Its Highest Performing Elementary Schools

Last Tuesday, The Metro Nashville School Board Voted 8-1 In Favor Of Shutting Down One Of Their Highest Performing Elementary Schools, Rocketship Nashville Northeast Elementary School.

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Nashville Population Increased By Nearly 100 Residents Per Day In 2022

Census Data Shows That Metro Nashville Added Nearly 100 New Residents Every Day In 2022. Not Every Aspect Of This Growth Is Positive, However…

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Tennessee Attorney General Appeals Nashville Airport Authority Decision

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Is Challenging Metro Nashville’s Legal Victory In A Lawsuit Against The State Over Control Of The Airport Authority.

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