Bill That Allows The Death Penalty For Child Rape Cases Passes Tennessee Senate

A Bill That Allows The Death Penalty In Cases Where A Child Has Been Raped Passed The Tennessee Senate On Tuesday With Only One Republican Senator Voting In Opposition – Senator Todd Gardenhire (R-Chattanooga-District 10).

Read more

Tennessee House Passes Lower Franchise Tax Refund On Business Tax Repeal Bill

The Tennessee House Moved Forward With Its Franchise Tax Repeal And Refund, Passing The Bill 68-20 And Sending It Back To The Senate With A Much Lower Fiscal Note.

Read more

Tennessee House Passes Franchise Tax Break Bill That Still Differs From Senate Version

The Tennessee House Passed A Franchise Tax Reduction That Amounts To $700 Million In Rebates And $400 Million Annually For The Next Few Years, Even Though Critics Said It Is Unnecessary.

Read more

Governor Lee Signs Legislation That Provides Greater Protection For Victims Of Stalking, Harassment

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Recently Signed A Piece Of Legislation That Will Increase Protection For Those Who Are Victims Of Stalking And Harassment.

Read more

Tennessee House Backs Franchise Tax Break With Transparency Requirement

The Tennessee House Is Maintaining Its Distance From The Senate With A Franchise Tax Cut That Would Give One-Year Rebates Totaling $700 Million, In Addition To Requiring Businesses That Seek The Money To Be Identified On The State’s Website.

Read more

Bill That Obscures Deals Made Through Department Of Tourist Development Passes In Both Chambers Of Tennessee Legislature

A Bill That Obscures Deals Made Through The Department Of Tourist Development Has Passed In Both Chambers Of The Tennessee General Assembly.

Read more

Tennessee House Drops Franchise Tax Refund To $813.5M

A Bill To Repeal And Refund Tennessee’s Franchise Tax Has Two Significant Changes In The House.

Read more

Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Obscure Deals Made Through Dept Of Tourist Development With Amendments

This Week The Tennessee State Senate Passed On A Vote Of 24-6 To Block The Access Of The Public To Records That Detail Deals Made Through The State Department Of Tourist Development. With Amendments Made After The Bill Was Already Passed In The House In A Different Form, The Bill Will Now Head Back To That Chamber To Be Discussed Again.

Read more