Passage Of Tennessee Grandparents Visitation Bill Is A Mere Tweak Of A 40-Year-Old Law That Remains Constitutionally Questionable

This Year The General Assembly Tweaked Tennessee’s Grandparent Visitation Statute Found In Tennessee Code. This Is Not New Nor Does It Make A Substantial Change To The Prior Law That Was First Passed In 1985 And Amended Nine Times Since. Although There Is Great Empathy, And Likely Social Value, In Children Being Able To Maintain A Relationship With Their Grandparents, The Question Remains When Should Grandparents Rights Trump The Inalienable Constitutional Right To Parent?

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Effectiveness Of Process For Challenging Tennessee Laws Questioned

A Law Passed In 2021, Changing The Way State Laws Are Challenged, Has Some Concerned That The Door Has Been Opened For Partisan Redistricting In Tennessee And Dissension Among Panel Judges.

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Tennessee Bill Seeks To Authorize Death Penalty For Child Rapists

House Majority Leader Rep. William Lamberth (R-Portland-District 44) Has Filed A Bill To Authorize The Death Penalty As Punishment For Child Rapists Who Were An Adult At The Time Of The Crime.

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Tennessee Court Advisory Commission Holds Open Meeting Due To Injunction

The Tennessee Advisory Commission On Rules Of Practice And Procedure Met Virtually Friday Morning, Discussing The Streamlining Of The Rules For Filing Motions In Appellate Court, The Rules For Experts In Court And The Rules For Appealing Based On A Perceived Area In The Court’s Finding Of Fact.

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PROVE ME WRONG (Editorial By John Gentry)

Since Tennessee Has The Very Best Constitution, Tennessee Will Be Ground Zero For Restoring The Form Of Government Envisioned By The Founders And Our Forefathers. I Have Been Called To Lead The Way. If We Intend To Preserve The American Way Of Life, And Defend Our Birthrights, We Must First Restore The Provisions Of Our State Constitution.

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Tennessee Court Advisory Commission To Hold Open Meeting Due To Injunction

The Tennessee Advisory Commission On Rules Of Practice And Procedure Will Hold A Dec. 5 Meeting In Nashville That The Group Plans To Live Stream After The Center Square Received An Injunction Earlier This Year To Open The Meetings To The Public.

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Tennessee Supreme Court Says Man Can’t Continue To Short-Term Rent Home

A DeKalb County Homeowner Won Part Of His Short-Term Rental Case In Front Of The Tennessee Supreme Court But He Still Won’t Be Able To Short-Term Rent The Property In The Future Due To Amendments To Homeowners Association Rules That Came After His Purchase.

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