Sen. Mark Pody, R-Lebanon, said he is pessimistic about gun-related legislation getting passed during the current legislative session, including his own bills.
A bill that would ban fraternities and sororities at Tennessee state colleges and universities has drawn criticism from several organizations.
A bill that would define marriage as between one man and one woman was taken off notice in a state House subcommittee Wednesday after it was delayed until this year.
Tennessee Firearm Association leaders said legislation introduced in the Tennessee Legislature would make “constitutionally protected” firearms illegal because of criminal activity.
The Tennessee General Assembly proclaimed July as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
More than 100 new laws will go into effect in Tennessee on Saturday, including a new gas tax, as well as regulations on abortion.
Jun 29, 2017 at 5:00 PM
The Tennessee General Assembly adjourned for the year last week, marking the end of a busy legislative session for local representatives.
The Tennessee General Assembly unanimously passed the Tennessee Uniform Unclaimed Property Act before it adjoined this week.
State legislators approved a bill this week that contains changes to the Lebanon city charter relative to elections and term limits.
A bill inspired by a Lebanon man will not resurface this year after its sponsor pulled the legislation due to lack of support.
Gov. Bill Haslam recently called for support for the tax portion of his IMPROVE Act as the legislation is set to be heard in the state Senate and House this week.
Legislation that would revise Tennessee law by broadening the rights of Tennesseans to use their cellphones at polling places unanimously passed the Senate on Thursday.
Tennessee doctors have praised a new state law that adds financial predictability in contracts between health plans and healthcare providers.
A bill that could have created a conflict between the state and some of its biggest partners died in a House subcommittee Wednesday.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III declared two more abortion bills constitutionally suspect last week after he declared the same for another bill earlier in the month.