Critics Say Tennessee’s Blended Sentencing Law Needs Changes

Davidson County Juvenile Court Judge Sheila Calloway Supports The Concept Of Blended Sentencing But Contends A New Law Affecting Serious Juvenile Offenders Is Unworkable And Possibly Unconstitutional.

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New Tennessee Law Criminalizes Abortion Trafficking Of Minors

Governor Lee Has Signed A Bill Into Law That Makes It A Criminal Offense To Assist Minors In Obtaining An Abortion By Transporting Them Across Tennessee State Lines.

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Bail Industry Gears Up For Battle Over Next Tennessee Constitutional Amendment

Tennessee’s Top Lawmakers And The Bail Industry Are On A Collision Course In 2025 As The Legislature Renews Debate On A Constitutional Amendment Designed To Keep More Criminal Suspects In Jail Until They Go To Court.

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RINOs Allow Commercial Airline To Transport Illegal Aliens To Tennessee

On Monday Morning, KWAM Reported That A Jetliner “Filled With Illegals” Had Taken Off From New York City And Was Headed For Memphis. Tennessee Republicans Had A Chance During This Year’s Legislative Session To Ban The Mass Transportation Of Illegal Aliens Into The State. The RINO Lawmakers That Killed The Proposed Legislation Are Seeking Reelection.

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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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New Legislation Mandating Fetal Development Videos Be Shown As Part Of School Curriculum Signed By Tennessee Governor

Governor Bill Lee Signed New Legislation Last Week Requiring Fetal Development Videos Be Added To Family Life Curriculum In Tennessee Public Schools.

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Tennessee Legislature Passes Bill To Criminalize Abortion Trafficking Of Minors

Following The Tennessee Senate’s Passage Of A Bill That Would Make It A Criminal Offense To Assist Minors In Obtaining An Abortion By Transporting Them Across State Lines, The House Passed The Bill In A 74-24 Vote.

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12 Republican Senators Allow Gay Pride Flags in Tennessee Schools Ahead of Election (Update 4.25.24)

A Tennessee Bill That Would Ban The Display Of Pride Flags – And Other Flags That Are Ideological Or Political In Nature – Did Not Pass On The Senate Floor On Tuesday. The Roll Call Vote Of 13 To 6 Failed To Gain A Constitutional Majority Of 17 Votes.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Improve Process Of Removing “Squatters” From Property

The Tennessee House Has Passed A Bill That Protects The Rights Of Property Owners Against “Squatters.”

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Public Records Battle Goes Down To The Wire In Tennessee Legislature

More Than A Year After The Covenant School Mass Shooting, The Tennessee House Will Take Up A Measure This Week Prohibiting Third Parties From Getting Involved In Public Records Lawsuits.

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