Concerned Tennesseans Call For Special Session To Address Mutilation Of Kids At Vanderbilt

Concerned Tennesseans Are Voicing That They Are Not Content With Waiting Until 2023 For Legislation That May Or May Not Be Presented Or Be Passed And Are Calling For The Tennessee General Assembly To Have A Special Session To Address This Issue Now.

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On The Tennessee Ballot In November: Constitutional Amendment To Address Governor’s Line Of Succession

Tennessee Is The Only State In The Union That Doesn’t Provide For A Temporary Acting Governor In Their State Constitution. A Constitutional Amendment Is Looking To Change That And Voters Will Get To Decide On The Issue On November 8th.

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TN House Leadership Urges Lee To Block Health Dept From Distributing, Promoting, Recommending COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5

Speaker Cameron Sexton, Majority Leader William Lamberth And Republican Caucus Chair Jeremy Faison Signed Their Names To A Letter Penned By Representative Jason Zachary Urging Governor Lee To Block The Tennessee Department Of Health From “Distributing, Promoting Or Recommending” The Covid-19 Vaccine For Children Under Five Years Of Age.

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Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution

This November 8th, Tennessee Voters Will Get To Decide Whether To Add ‘Right To Work’ As A Permanent Component Of The State Constitution.

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Tax Breaks Total $280 Million Amid Sky-Rocketing Revenues

Considering The State’s Budget Hit $52.8 Billion For Fiscal 2022-23, Starting July 1, And Revenue For This Budget Year Continues To Soar Past Projections, Some Question Exists Whether The State Went Far Enough In Returning Money To Taxpayers.

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Following End Of TN Legislature Session, Delta-8 Products Remain In The Gray

Currently, In Tennessee, Hemp Products Containing A Small Amount Of THC Are Legal, And Efforts By Legislators To Ban Or Regulate Certain Hemp Products In The Volunteer State Failed To Move Forward During The Last Legislative Session.

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Changes In TN’s Film & TV Incentive Program Could Result In More Subsidies

A New Tennessee Film Tax Credit Program Will Change The Way That Entertainment Companies Receive Subsidies From The State, But It Won’t Reduce The Amount That Those Companies Receive.

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Lee Signs Act To Reinstate SNAP Benefits Work Requirement Into Law

On May 3rd, 2022, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed An Act That Reinstates A Work Requirement For Most Individuals In The Volunteer State That Are Receiving Temporary Government Assistance.

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Tennessee Legislature Wraps Up Tempestuous Session

The Legislature Adopted An Ethics Reform Bill On The Final Day Of The 112th Session, One Supposedly Designed To Shed More Light On So-Called Dark Money.

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TN Legislature Passes Bill Requiring Some Defendants To Serve 100% Of Sentence

The Tennessee House And Senate Approved A Truth-In-Sentencing Bill That Would Require Defendants Who Are Convicted Of Eight Categories Of Crime To Serve 100% Of Their Sentences.

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