Tennessee Incumbents Use Taxpayer Dollars For Self-Promotion During Election Year

With 2022 Being An Election Year, Mailers That Appear To Be Focused Solely On Self-Promotion, With The Purpose Of Highlighting A Legislator’s Accomplishments, Essentially Work As Campaign Pieces Funded By Tennessee Taxpayers.

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Federal Appeals Court Rules That K-12 Mask Mandates Are Legal In Tennessee

The United States Court Of Appeal For The Sixth Circuit Has Ruled That Mask Mandates In K-12 Schools In Tennessee Are Legal, Contrary To A State Law Passed In November 2021.

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Tennessee Juvenile Justice System In Need Of Oversight And Reform, Report Says

In A Recent Report, Two Watchdog Groups Say That A Tennessee Juvenile Justice Facility Is Being Run Like A “Dangerous Jail,” Which Violates State And Federal Laws.

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Pro-Family Candidate For Juvenile Court Judge Will Appeal “Fake Felony” – Calls Out Attempt At Election Interference

Pro-Family Attorney Connie Reguli Who Is Running Against Incumbent Juvenile Court Judge Sharon Guffee In The Republican Primary On May 3rd Says A Recent “Fake Felony” Levied Against Her Is An Attempt To Interfere With An Election In Williamson County.

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Registry Board Seeks Order On Cothren’s Subpoena Objection

The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance Is Requesting A Court Order Requiring Cade Cothren To Explain Why He Refused To Show Up When Subpoenaed To Testify About A Political Action Committee.

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Sevier County Parents Raise Concerns Over Chromebook App

A Reading App Called Epic That Was Temporarily Removed From Williamson County Schools Chromebooks Over Concerns That It Violated New Legislation Was Reinstated After A Short Review, According To A Source In Williamson County.

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Truth In Sentencing, K-12 Funding, Titans Stadium Part Of Talks In $52.8B State Budget Plan

A Truth-In-Sentencing Bill Pushed By The House And Senate Speakers, Along With A K-12 Funding Plan And $500 Million In State Bonds For A New Titans Stadium Are The Focal Points Of Negotiations As The Two Chambers Prepare To Consider Different $52.8 Billion Budget Plans.

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Tennessee’s Open Primaries Invite “Crossover Raiding” In County Race

A Tactic Known As “Crossover Raiding” Involves A Voter, A Democratic Voter For Example, Choosing The Republican Ballot In Order To Vote For Someone Less Likely To Prevail Against The Democratic (Or Independent) Candidate In An Election.

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Lawsuit Filed Against State Over Congressional Primary Residency Legislation

Shortly After Tennessee Legislators Passed A Bill That Would Enact New Residency Requirements For Candidates Of The Congressional Primary, A Federal Lawsuit Challenging The Constitutionality Of The Legislation Was Filed By Three Tennessee Residents.

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