Changes In TN’s Film & TV Incentive Program Could Result In More Subsidies

A New Tennessee Film Tax Credit Program Will Change The Way That Entertainment Companies Receive Subsidies From The State, But It Won’t Reduce The Amount That Those Companies Receive.

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Tennessee Legislators Send Campaign Finance Bill to Conference Committees

Tennessee State Senators Refused To Concur On Amendments That The House Made To A Controversial Campaign Finance Bill, Leading Both Chambers To Appoint Conference Committees In An Attempt To Work Out A Compromise.

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Amended Campaign Finance Reporting Bill Could Be Headed To Conference Committee

A Campaign Finance Reporting Bill Passed The Tennessee House With Several Changes From A Version That Previously Passed The Senate.

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House Passes Bill That Would Require Expense Reports From Non-Profits 60 Days Before Elections

In An 87 To 3 Vote, With 5 Representatives Abstaining, A Bill That Would Require Non-Profits To Report All Expenditures Of 60 Days Prior To Elections Was Passed By The Tennessee House.

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House And Senate Pass Bill To Regulate Homeless Encampments On Public Property (Update 4.22.22)

Legislation That Would Make Camping On Tennessee Public Property A Misdemeanor Offense Has Passed Both The House And The Senate.

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Bill That Would Require Conservative Non-Profit Groups To Report As PACs Progresses In TN Legislature

An Amended Version Of A Tennessee Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Passed The House Local Government Committee And Now Moves On To The House Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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TN House Adds Construction Reporting Requirement At Ford’s Blue Oval City

An Amended Bill Requiring The Review Of Any Construction Contracts With Companies Building At The Ford Blue Oval Megasite In West Tennessee Passed The House, 69-22, On Thursday.

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Alzheimer’s Advocates Head To Capitol To Support Relief Legislation

Alzheimer’s Advocates From Across Tennessee Are Headed To The Capitol In Nashville On Wednesday To Urge Lawmakers To Support Legislation That Will Help To Provide Respite Care To Those Suffering From The Disease, As Well As Those Caring For Them.

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Tennessee Legislators Move Forward With Alzheimer Respite Care Program

Tennessee State Legislators Are Considering A Bill That Would Provide Respite Care For Individuals Who Serve As Caregivers For Family Members With Alzheimer’s Or Dementia.

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Bill To Establish Verifiable Paper Trail For TN Ballots Fails In House Subcommittee (Update 3/24/22)

A Bill Aimed At Reestablishing Trust In Tennessee Elections Was Debated In The House Elections And Campaign Finance Subcommittee On March 16th And Failed In A 7-0 Vote Due To Concerns About Perceived Implementation Costs.

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