New Gun Laws In Tennessee – Victory Or Missed Opportunities?

The Tennessee Legislature Was Able To Work Through A Full Session In 2021 Without Too Many Of The Problems Being Attributed To Covid-19. The Year Had Significant Hopes As At Least Three Bills Were Pending Which Addressed Either Permitless Carry Or Something Much More Desirable And Closer To Real Constitutional Carry. TFA Tracked 53 Bills In 2021 Of Which 20 Were Enacted Into Law. Of Those 20, Only A Few Are Likely Of Interest To Most Firearms Owners And Conservatives.

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To-Go Alcohol In Tennessee Remains, But With Added Tax

Of The Many Alcohol-Related Bills That Passed The Tennessee Legislature This Year And Were Signed By Gov. Bill Lee, One Maintains A Popular Pandemic Rule But Taxes Consumers For It.

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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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Nashville Approves Sales Tax Increase For Downtown District

Visitors To Downtown Nashville’s Business District Will Be Paying More In Sales Tax, Starting July 1.

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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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Tennessee Looks To Protect Its Interests In Medicaid Block Grant Lawsuit

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Has Filed A Motion To Intervene In A Federal Lawsuit Challenging The State’s Tenncare III Medicaid Block Grant Waiver.

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Watermarked Absentee Ballots Coming To Tennessee In 2022

Gov. Bill Lee Signed The Tennessee Election Integrity Act, Which Was Passed By The TN Legislature Last Month And Will Put An Approved Watermark On All Absentee Ballots With The Goal Of Providing More Security To The Election Process.

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Tennessee Tax Revenue Collections Tops $2B In April, Continues At Record Pace

Tennessee Collected $2.5 Billion In Revenue During April, $1.3 Billion More Than In April 2020 And Nearly $600 Million More Than The Budgeted Estimate.

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Lee And General Assembly Deliver ‘Conservative Wins’ in 2021 Session

On May 5th, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Marked The Close Of The 2021 Legislative Session, Which Included The Passage Of His $42.6 Billion Budget And Full Agenda As Outlined During His State Of The State Address in February.

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