Gov. Lee Signs Legislation That Allows Death Penalty For Child Rape Cases In Tennessee

On May 9th Governor Bill Lee Signed Legislation That Authorizes The Death Penalty As A Punishment For Rape Of A Child, Aggravated Rape Of A Child, Or Especially Aggravated Rape Of A Child.

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Jon Lundberg Running For Reelection:  A Look At His Voting Record

Tennessee State Senator Jon Lundberg (R-Bristol-District 4), Who Is Seeking Reelection, Has A Lot To Answer For In His Voting Record As A Republican In Tennessee. Much Of His Voting Record Does Not Reflect The Conservative Decision-Making That His Constituents Would Expect From Someone With An “R” After Their Name.

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Becky Massey Running For Reelection: A Look At Her Voting Record

Self-Proclaimed Conservative Republican, Senator Becky Massey (R-Knoxville-District 6), Is Running For Reelection In 2024 But Her Voting Record Is Not Winning Her Very Many Points Amongst Conservatives As She Faces Opposition By Way Of Conservative Candidate Monica Irvine In The Upcoming Election.

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Gov. Lee Vows to Bring School Choice Legislation Back In 2025, Calls Opposition “Entrenched Thinking”

Gov. Bill Lee’s School Voucher Proposal Failed To Come To Fruition In The Tennessee General Assembly This Year, But The Governor Intends To Bring The School Choice Legislation Back In 2025.

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Late Session Tennessee Bills Make Way Through Signing Process

A Stack Of Late-Session Bills Is Making Its Way Through The Signing Process Before They Can Become Law In Tennessee. Bills Must Pass The Legislature, Get Enrolled And Signed By House Speaker Cameron Sexton And Lieutenant Gov. Randy McNally Before Being Sent To Lee.

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Lee Signs Bill Outlining Zero-Tolerance For Threats of Mass Violence In Tennessee Schools

Governor Bill Lee Has Signed Into Law A Bill That Provides A More Structured And Detailed Approach To Zero-Tolerance Policies For Threats Of Mass Violence In Tennessee Schools.

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State Law “Repealed,” Non-U.S. Citizens No Longer Eligible To Receive Professional & Commercial Licenses In Tennessee

A 2022 Tennessee Law Permitting Those Without A Legal Immigration Status To Obtain State-Issued Commercial And Professional Licenses Has Effectively Been Repealed.

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Tennessee Comptroller’s Property Reappraisal Bill Derailed By Tax Cap Argument

A Tennessee Bill Designed To Expedite Property Reappraisals And Keep Counties From Hemorrhaging Revenue Appears To Have Been Caught In A Battle Over A Measure To Tamp Down Large Property Tax Increases.

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