Tennessee State Senator Proposes Law To Prevent Outside Interference In Public Records Cases

Proposed Tennessee Legislation To Change The State Law To Limit Who Is Allowed To Intervene In Lawsuits Regarding Public Records Has Been Filed In Response To Litigation Involving Records Related To The Covenant School Shooting.

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Arguments Heard In Tennessee Court Of Appeals Regarding Covenant Shooter’s Manifesto

The Manifesto Of The Suspect Responsible For Taking The Lives Of Three Children And Three Adults At The Covenant School In Nashville Remains Sealed As Lawsuits And Testimonies Are Brought Up Arguing Both For And Against The Release Of The Writings.

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Release Of Covenant School Shooter’s Writings Could Take Up To 3 Years, Autopsy Report Reveals “Mysterious” Notes On Clothing

Debate Continues Over Whether The Covenant School Shooter’s Writings Should Be Released To The Public Or Not, After Three Adults And Three Nine-Year-Old Children Were Shot And Killed In March Of This Year. It’s Now Been Two Months Since The Issue Was Brought To Court And One Lawyer Has Relayed That The Case May Not Come To A Close For Another Three Years.

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Court Challenge Asserts Office Of Legislative Administration Not Exempt From Public Records Law

A Nashville Man Seeking Records In A Former Lawmaker’s Sexual Harassment Case Says It’s “Basic High School Civics” That The Office Of Legislative Administration Is Separate From The House Of Representatives And Falls Under The State’s Public Records Act.

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House Speaker Sexton Indicates Staff, Subcommittee Spent Money In Harassment Case

House Speaker Cameron Sexton Is Pointing At The Office Of Legislative Administration And A House Ethics Subcommittee In The Expense Of Nearly $9,000 In The Case Of A 19-Year-Old Intern Harassed By Former Rep. Scotty Campbell.

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‘Significant’ Court Victory For Transparency Advocates In Tennessee Public Records Case

The Tennessee Coalition For Open Government Is Calling A Public Records Victory For The Nashville Post “Significant” After The News Outlet Succeeded In Its Lawsuit To Force Gov. Bill Lee’s Office To Release A Report On How His Administration Responded To The Covid-19 Pandemic.

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