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The Senate’s top Republican says he doesn’t like that Second Amendment advocates are playing rough with lawmakers this election season. The punishment: possibly excluding gun groups on the so-called “guns in parking lots” issue next year.

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House Democratic Caucus Chairman Mike Turner predicts education to be a source of much debate next legislative session and for his party to face another year of uphill fights.

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Critics’ concerns over constitutional amendment’s language don’t appear to be shared by state government wildlife managers.

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Both candidates reiterated earlier statements that local officials should decide if and where controversial building occurs.

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Press Release from Sen. Reginald Tate, D-Memphis, March 17, 2010: Legislation Would Allow Community Groups To Clean Blighted Properties NASHVILLE – Neighborhood groups and community organizations will be allowed to clean up blighted and abandoned properties under a bill passed 29-0 Wednesday in the state Senate by Sen. Reginald Tate of Memphis. “This bill gives […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Center for Policy Research, 12 Jan. 2010: Forty-five legislative ideas for a prosperous Tennessee NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Center for Policy Research today made available in electronic version its most recent publication, An Idea a Day: 45 Ideas for a Prosperous Tennessee. The pamphlet offers one innovative free market idea […]

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State of Tennessee Press Release: The Tennessee Forestry Commission will meet Jan. 12, 2010 at 9 a.m. EST at the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry’s East Tennessee Nursery, located at 9063 Hwy. 411 S. in Delano, Tenn. The commission will hear reports on off-road vehicle use on private forestlands, timber trespass, property access […]

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