Former Special Agent Says Crime Will “Get Worse Before It Gets Better”

Former Supervisory Special Agent James A. Gagliano Joined Sen. Marsha Blackburn On Wednesday And Explained That There Is A “Huge Mistake” Being Made When It Comes To Policing.

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Tennessee’s Truth-In-Sentencing Law Goes Into Effect On July 1st

A New Law That Will Require Some Of Tennessee’s Violent Offenders To Serve 100% Of Their Prison Sentences Will Go Into Effect On July 1st, 2022.

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States Fight Biden’s Prison-To-Streets Pipeline For Illegal Immigrant Convicts

The Biden Administration Has Allowed A More Than Eleven-Fold Increase In The Number Of Illegal Immigrant Offenders Let Out Of Texas Prisons And Into The General U.S. Population, Despite Federal Immigration Law Requiring Ice To Take Convicts Into Custody After Serving Their Time, Usually In Advance Of Deportation.

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Lee And General Assembly Deliver ‘Conservative Wins’ in 2021 Session

On May 5th, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Marked The Close Of The 2021 Legislative Session, Which Included The Passage Of His $42.6 Billion Budget And Full Agenda As Outlined During His State Of The State Address in February.

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Lee Announces Bid For City Council Opposing Two Other Candidates

Thomas Lee Has Made The Decision To Run For District 2 Councilman In The Chattanooga City Council But He Faces Some Stiff Competition With Incumbent Jerry Mitchell And Candidate Jenny Hill. In This Article, Find Out What Lee Stands For.

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Panhandling Problem Plagues Chattanooga Streets

Once called “the dirtiest city in America” by Walter Cronkite, Chattanooga earned the nickname “Scenic City” after turnaround projects beginning in the early 2000s. However, many home and business owners feel that Chattanooga is on the downslide due to increased littering, panhandling and homelessness.

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