Federal Judge Delays Sentencing Of Ex-State Rep. Robin Smith Until 2024

According To A Court Order Issued Last Wednesday, Former State Representative Robin Smith Will Not Face Criminal Sentencing For Her Role In A Scheme To Defraud State Lawmakers Through Taxpayer Funded Mailers Until January 2024 “At The Very Earliest.”

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Sentencing Hearing Delayed To Allow Former Rep. Robin Smith to Testify in Casada Trial

A Federal Judge Agreed To Grant A Temporary Delay For The Sentencing Hearing Of Former State Representative Robin Smith Until January 30, 2023. The Delay Was Approved So She Can Testify Against Former House Speaker Glen Casada.

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Former Tennessee Speaker And His Chief Of Staff Plead Not Guilty To 20 Federal Charges

Glen Casada, Former Tennessee House Speaker, And Cade Cothren Who Once Worked As His Chief Of Staff Entered Not Guilty Pleas On Tuesday In Front Of A U.S. Magistrate After Being Arrested By FBI Agents That Morning.

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Lee Signs Tennessee Campaign Finance Reform Bill Into Law With Reporting Requirements For Nonprofits

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed A Campaign Finance Reform Bill On Friday That Adds Reporting Requirements For Political Action Committees, Political Candidates And Some Nonprofits.

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Registry Delves Into Fire-Hall Check-Cashing Complaint Against State Rep. Paul Sherrell

The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance Is Looking Into A Complaint That State Rep. Paul Sherrell Wrote Checks From His Campaign Account To Local Fire Halls And Asked For Cash Back, Potentially Pocketing It While Campaigning This Year.

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TN Legislature Reaches Agreement On Campaign Finance Reporting Bill

Tennessee’s Legislature Came To A Compromise On A Campaign Finance Reporting Bill That Will Add Requirements For Political Action Committees, Political Candidates And Some Nonprofits.

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Registry Board Seeks Order On Cothren’s Subpoena Objection

The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance Is Requesting A Court Order Requiring Cade Cothren To Explain Why He Refused To Show Up When Subpoenaed To Testify About A Political Action Committee.

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FBI Expediting TN House Corruption Investigation

Although 10-12 People Are Believed To Have Been Subpoenaed As Part Of The Federal Investigation Into The Use Of The Bogus Company, Reporters Have Been Able To Find Only Three Who Would Admit It This Week, Including Cameron Sexton, Esther Helton And Bud Hulsey. Paul Sherrell And Jason Zachary Would Not Comment.

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