Tennessee Governor To Dispatch More Highway Patrol Officers To Attempt To Curb Memphis Crime Wave

After State Senator Brent Taylor (R-Memphis-District 31) Requested Help In Curbing Crime In Memphis, Governor Bill Lee’s Office Has Announced That Additional Tennessee Highway Patrol Officers Will Be Sent To Shelby County.

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Illegal Immigrants Identified By The TN Highway Patrol In Charleston, Tennessee

The Tennessee Highway Patrol Recently Identified Illegal Immigrants In Charleston, Tennessee. These Individuals, Mostly Adult Males, Illegally Crossed The Border Around Eagle Pass, Texas. They Were Spotted In Bradley County About Two Weeks Ago, Waiting To Be Picked Up And Transported Somewhere Else, Carrying Backpacks, Bags, And Cellphones.

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Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for New Multi-Agency Law Enforcement Training Academy in Nashville

Governor Bill Lee, Along With State Legislators And Law Enforcement Officials, Broke Ground On The New Multi-Agency Law Enforcement Training Academy In Nashville On Wednesday.Within The Next Two Years, Most Of Tennessee’s New Law Enforcement Trainees Will Go Through The Certification Process At The Facility.

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Tennessee Attorney General, ACLU, Agree To End Suit Over House Sign Ban

In A Coda To A Bruising Special Session Of The Tennessee Legislature That Wrapped Up Last Month, Lawyers Representing Three Women Who Defied A House Ban On Signs And Attorneys For The State Have Agreed To Bring A First Amendment Legal Challenge To A Close.

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Four Arrested For Illegally Selling Firearms In Nashville Convenience Store

Four People Are Accused Of Using A Nashville Convenience Store As A Front To Unlawfully Sell Firearms To Convicted Felons.

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Tennessee House Leadership Loses Decision On Sign Bans

Davidson County Chancery Court Judge Anne Martin Has Ruled That The Holding Of Small Signs In House Of Representatives’ Galleries And Committee Meeting Rooms Is Likely Protected By The First Amendment, Keeping In Place A Temporary Restraining Order Allowing Members Of The Public To Carry Signs.

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TN Slapped With Suit Alleging Failure To Give Veterans Employment Preferences

Attorney For The Plaintiff Says The State Ignores Qualified Candidates In Tennessee While Recruiting In California And New York.

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