Tennessee Bill To Remove Public Access For Autopsies Of Minors Who Are Victims Of Violent Crime Scheduled For Vote In The Senate

A Tennessee Bill To Hide Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children From The General Public Is Scheduled For A Vote On The Senate Floor Following Its Passage By A Vote Of 86-1 In The House Of Representatives Last Week.

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Tennessee Bill That Could Put Illegal Immigrants Who Commit Violent Crimes Behind Bars For Life Makes Progress In House

Illegal Immigrants Who Commit Violent Crimes Could Be Given Life Imprisonment If A Tennessee Bill Becomes Law. In Yesterday’s House Criminal Justice Subcommittee Meeting, Only Democrats Appeared To Be Opposed To The Bill.

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Tennessee Bill Would Put Illegal Immigrants Who Commit Violent Crimes Behind Bars For Life (Update 2.26.24)

A Proposed Tennessee Law Aims To Deter Those Who Are Coming Across The Southern U.S. Border And Making Their Way To Tennessee With The Intention To Engage In Drug Or Human Trafficking And Would Put Illegal Aliens Who Commit Violent Crimes Behind Bars For Life.

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Bill Enabling Violent Tennessee Offenders Who Murder Kids To Escape Accountability Moves Forward By Voice Vote Called By Chair Kelly Keisling (Update 2.23.24)

This Week A Bill That Will Keep The Autopsy Reports Of Children Killed At The Hands Of Violent Crime Offenders From Being Public Record Moved Through The Tennessee House State Government Committee By Voice Vote, Led By Chair Kelly Keisling.

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Bill To Remove Access For Autopsies Of Minors Who Are Victims Of Violent Crime Reintroduced With New Sponsors In Tennessee General Assembly

If Tennessee House Bill 1695 Passes Into Law, Certain Cases May Never Be Fully Known To The Public, Leaving Responsible Parties The Ability To Conceal Facts And Be Shielded From Accountability.

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Border Residents To Congress: ‘Stop Holding Press Conferences, Shut Down The Border’

As Another Republican Congressional Delegation Arrived In Eagle Pass, Texas, Wednesday To Hold Another News Conference And Meet Local Residents, Many Texans Living At The Border Say They Are Fed Up And Want Congress To Shut Down The Border.

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Federal Initiative To Launch In Memphis To Help Curb Violent Crime

Federal Officials Are Stepping In To Provide Additional Support In Memphis’ Battle Against Increasing Crime Across The City.

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