Tennessee Bill Requiring Local Governments To Attest They Have Not Sought, Received Grants Relative To United Nations Plans To Infringe On Personal Property Rights Signed Into Law

Tennessee Legislation, That Requires That Local Governments Present A Written Attestation To The Comptroller That They Have Not Sought Or Received A Grant In Intentional Pursuit Of Policies Relative To The United Nations’ Climate Agenda That Could Infringe On Personal Property Rights Has Been Signed Into Law By Governor Lee.

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Tennessee Bill Requires Local Governments To Attest They Have Not Sought, Received Grants Relative To United Nations Plans To Infringe On Personal Property Rights

Tennessee Legislation, That Currently Awaits The Signature Of Governor Lee, Requires That Local Governments Present A Written Attestation To The Comptroller That They Have Not Sought Or Received A Grant In Intentional Pursuit Of Policies Relative To The United Nations’ Climate Agenda That Could Infringe On Personal Property Rights.

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Conservative Tennessee State Sovereignty Bill Pushed Off For 3rd Year In A Row

For The Third Year In A Row, A Conservative Tennessee Bill, That Would Allow State Legislators To Impose Nullification If The Federal Government Tries To Impose Unconstitutional Laws Or Regulations, Has Been Scuttled.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Enforce Inferior Court Boundaries

A Bill To Prevent The Lower Courts From Taking Up Cases Concerning Or Interfering With Tennessee House And Senate Rules Was Passed In The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Monday By A 59-30 Vote.

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Tennessee Senate Moves Forward With Resolution Prohibiting A State Property Tax

A Resolution That Proposes An Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution That Would Prohibit A Statewide Property Tax Was Recommended For Concurrence By A Senate Committee Last Week.

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Tennessee House Committee Passes Bill Banning Expelled Lawmakers From Returning To Legislature

Republican Lawmakers Advanced A Bill Wednesday Banning Expelled Lawmakers From Returning To The Tennessee Legislature Despite A Legal Opinion Such A Move Would Be Unconstitutional.

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Senate Judiciary Chair Todd Gardenhire Comes Down Hard On Bail Bill

Senate Judiciary Chairman Todd Gardenhire Blasted A Proposed Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution Regarding The State’s Bail Law Tuesday, Saying It Will Pack County Jails And Put Local Governments In A Financial Bind.

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Tennessee Constitution Allows Tickets To Legislative Session, Attorney General Says

A Ticketing System That Restricts Public Access To The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Allowable Under The State’s Constitution, According To A Legal Opinion From Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti.

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Tennessee House Speaker Pushes Amendment To State Constitution Regarding Bail

House Speaker Cameron Sexton Is Pushing An Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution That Would Prohibit Bail For Certain Violent Crimes But Critics Say Judges Already Have That Discretion.

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