Activists Accuse Department Of Homeland Security Of Tracking Protest Attendees

Recently Released Information Alleges That The Tennessee Department Of Safety And Homeland Security Has Been Maintaining Records Containing Personal Information On More Than 50 Individuals Who Attended Nashville’s “People’s Plaza” Protests, Including Activists Who Were Never Arrested.

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Lee Convenes Law Enforcement Training Advisory Council

Governor Bill Lee Convened The Law Enforcement Training Advisory Council On Thursday, July 22. Lee Did This To Discuss Progress Made During A Surge In Violent Crime Across The Nation. 

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Study Finds Tennessee Collects $38M In Court Fines, Fees

A New Report From The Sycamore Institute Shows Tennessee Collects Nearly $38 Million Annually In Fines And Fees Through The Criminal Justice System, While County Governments Are Collecting A Shrinking Amount In Fines And Fees.

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TennCare Fraud Cases Decline In April, But Still Higher Than Average

The Number Of Reported Tenncare Fraud Cases Declined In April Down To Just Three For The Month From A Recent High Number Of 6 Cases In March. Despite The Drop By Half For April, The Number Is Still High Considering The Average.

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State Introduces “Slow Down Tennessee”

The Tennessee Highway Safety Office Has Introduced The “Slow Down Tennessee” Campaign To Prevent Speeding Across The State. The Campaign Started On April 16 And Will Run Through April 30.

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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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Major Winter Storm Expected To Continue Across Tennessee

Over The Weekend, Tennesseans Began To Brace Themselves For The Major Winter Storm That Ran From Coast To Coast. The Icy Weather Is Expected To Continue Throughout Tuesday And Possibly Through The Week.

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Heightened Security In Nashville Leading Up To Inauguration

Nashville Metro Police And The Tennessee Highway Patrol Say They Will Be Monitoring Future Planned Protests With Heightened Security As A Precaution.

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Senate And House Speakers Re-elected As Tennessee Legislature Convenes

Tennessee State Capitol Security Was Heightened Because Of Warnings Of A Protest As House Members Took The Oath Of Office.

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