Jon Lundberg Running For Reelection:  A Look At His Voting Record

Tennessee State Senator Jon Lundberg (R-Bristol-District 4), Who Is Seeking Reelection, Has A Lot To Answer For In His Voting Record As A Republican In Tennessee. Much Of His Voting Record Does Not Reflect The Conservative Decision-Making That His Constituents Would Expect From Someone With An “R” After Their Name.

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More Districts Announce Refusal To Allow Teachers To Carry Guns For Added Protection in Tennessee Public Schools

Legislation That Authorizes Tennessee Teachers To Carry Handguns On Campus Has Been Signed By Governor Bill Lee And Given A Public Chapter Number, But No School District Has Expressed That They Are On Board With The Policy Change.

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Tennessee Bill Allowing Law Enforcement To Assign SROs To Schools That Do Not Request One Signed By Governor Lee

Governor Lee Has Signed Legislation That Will Allow Law Enforcement Officials To Assign School Resource Officers To Schools That Have Not Entered Into An Agreement Between The Local School Board And Law Enforcement Agency To Obtain One.

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Tennessee House Passes Legislation Authorizing Retired Law Enforcement, Veterans As School Resource Officers

Tennessee House Representatives Passed A Measure On Tuesday That Will Allow Public And Charter Schools To Hire Retired Law Enforcement And Military Personnel As On-Campus Security In School Resource Officer Positions.

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Tennessee Bill To Authorize Retired Law Enforcement, Veterans To Serve As School Resource Officers Moves Forward

The Tennessee House Finance, Ways, And Means Committee Has Recommended A Bill For Passage That Would Allow Tennessee Public And Charter Schools To Hire Retired Law Enforcement And Military Personnel As On-Campus Security In School Resource Officer Positions.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Allow Law Enforcement To Assign SROs To Schools That Fail To Request One

The Tennessee House Has Passed A Bill That Will Allow Law Enforcement To Assign School Resource Officers To Schools That Have Not Entered Into An Agreement Between The Local School Board And Law Enforcement Agency To Provide The Service.

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Tennessee House Subcommittee Passes Bill Authorizing Public Schools To Hire Retired Officers Or Veterans As SROs

The House Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee Moved Forward On Wednesday With Legislation That Will Allow Tennessee Schools To Hire Retired Police Officers And Veterans As School Resource Officers.

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Senate Committee Passes Bill To Allow Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign SROs To Schools That Fail To Request One

A Bill That Would Allow Tennessee Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign An Officer To Schools That Fail To Request A SRO Passed Through The Senate Judiciary Committee On Tuesday.

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Bill Enabling Tennessee Law Enforcement To Assign SRO’s to Schools That Fail to Request One To Be Heard In Committees This Week

Legislation That Would Enable Law Enforcement Agencies To Assign School Resource Officers (SROs) To Tennessee Schools That Fail To Request One Has Been Scheduled For Consideration By The Senate Judiciary Committee And The House K-12 Subcommittee This Week.

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Bill That Will Enable Schools To Engage Retired Law Enforcement/Military To Work As SRO’s Rolled To This Week

Last Week In The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee, Members Rolled A Bill To This Week That Will Allow For Schools To Engage The Services Of Retired Law Enforcement And Military As SRO’s In Schools Who Currently Do Not Have One On The Premises.

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