TBI Report Shows Increase In Human Trafficking Reports In Tennessee

As Tennesseans Gain A Greater Understanding Of The Realities Of Human Trafficking, The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Reports That Calls To Their Human Trafficking Hotline Have Increased More Than 400% Over The Past Few Years.

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Tennessee Senate-House Stalemate Broken, Special Session Officially Adjourns

On The Sixth Extraordinary Day Of Tennessee’s Special Session For ‘public Safety,’ The Senate Concurred With Several Amendments Made By The House To Bills They Had Already Passed And Officially Adjourned Until January.

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TN House Passes Legislation Amidst Protests, Special Session Drags Out Despite Adjournment Attempts

When Yesterday’s Legislative Workday Began, There Was Speculation On Whether Lawmakers Would Move Forward Or Agree To Adjourn, Putting An End To The Special Session On Public Safety Four Days Into It. However, The Legislative Body Did Meet For Almost Three Hours As They Discussed And Passed Legislation Previously Passed By The Senate And Other Bills The Senate Had Already Tabled.

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Tennessee Senate Passes 3 Bills Proposed By Lee – Free Firearm Locks, Court Reporting To TBI, Human Trafficking Reporting – Wants To Adjourn Aug. 24

The Tennessee Senate Met Yesterday For The 3rd Day Of Governor Lee’s Extraordinary Session And Passed Three Bills Proposed By Lee And One Dealing With Appropriations For School Safety, Mental Health And Paying For The Special Session Itself & Makes Plans To Close Out Aug. 24th.

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Tennessee Senate Advances 3 Bills, House Subcommittee Gallery Emptied

The Tennessee Senate Judiciary Committee Tabled Much Of Its Agenda On The Second Day Of The Special Session On Tuesday Advancing 3 Bills. However, The House Civil Justice Subcommittee Received Attention For Another Reason As The Chairman Made The Decision To Empty The Gallery.

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