Tennessee’s Highest Court Hears Arguments On School Choice

Tennessee’s Highest Court Heard Arguments On A Disputed School Choice Program Last Thursday, June 3rd.

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Tennessee Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On School-Choice Program

Tennessee’s Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments Today On The Legality Of A State School-Choice Pilot Program, 16 Months After Two School Districts Filed A Lawsuit To Shut The Program Down.

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Lee’s Signature Makes Tennessee A Second Amendment Sanctuary State

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed A Bill Wednesday That Makes The State A Second Amendment Sanctuary.

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New Panel Approved To Hear TN Constitutional Complaints

Tennessee Legislators Have Passed A Plan To Alter The Way Judges Hear Constitutional Complaints Against State Laws. Legislation Creating New Panels Consisting Of Three Judges Made It Through The House And Senate With Strong Support.

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Proposed TN Constitutional Amendment Allows Prisoner Labor Without It Being Considered Slavery

The Tennessee House Has Approved A Proposed Constitutional Amendment That Would Change The State Constitution’s Wording To Allow For Prisoners To Work Without It Being Considered Slavery.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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End of TN Legislature 2021 Closing In, These Are The Bills That Need Action

The Tennessee Legislature Is Moving Toward The Point Where It Wraps Up Its Activities For The 2021 Part Of The Two-year Session. As That Day Approaches, Opportunities Are Ending To Enact Laws In 2021 Which Would Restore Your Rights, Which Would Remove Infringements On Your Rights And Which Would Require The State’s Administrative Branch To Zealously Defend Tennessee And Tennesseans Against The Orchestrated Attack On Our Rights And State Sovereignty That Is Swiftly Coming From The Biden-Harris Administration. These Are The Bills That Need Action Now!

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Criminal Justice Subcommittee Approves Resolution to Block Legislation Allowing Recreational Drug Use

The Resolution States That The General Assembly Would Be Unable To Enact Laws That Would Authorize Rape, Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Or The Recreational Use Of Any Substance As Identified By The U.S. Department Of Justice Or The Drug Enforcement Agency.

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Senate Approves Constitutional Amendment To Change How Tennessee Attorney General Is Selected

Senate Joint Resolution 1 Calls For Both Chambers Of The General Assembly To Confirm The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Nomination For Attorney General Rather Than Allowing The High Court To Appoint The Attorney General Through A Secret Vote Of Justices.

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Tennessee State Constitution Transferred To A New Home

Tennessee’s Founding Documents Were Transported To The New Tennessee State Library And Archives In Nashville Last Week. Tennessee’s Constitutions Will Be On Display For A Limited Time In Their New Home, Opening April 13.

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