The Tennessee Supreme Court determined that, while two Tennessee county governments had standing to challenge Gov. Bill Lee’s Education Savings Account Pilot Program, the Act is not rendered unconstitutional, according to an opinion released Wednesday.
Tennessee officials say they anticipate that an independent investigation of the state’s lethal injection methods will result in changes to how those executions are carried out, including how the procedures are staffed.
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett has announced today a system to reporter voter fraud. The Text to Report Voter Fraud system is being put in place ahead of the State and County primaries that are scheduled for tomorrow.
Tennessee lawmakers have closed out the 2022 legislative session by passing a bill that lets a politically appointed panel remove books from public school libraries statewide through a new veto power over local school board decisions.
Paid medical leave for all Metro Schools employees is one of the major proposals dealing with education investment that Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced during his State of Metro address on Wednesday.
Attorneys with the Federal Public Defender’s Office are requesting Gov. Bill Lee to place a moratorium on Tennessee executions and to appoint an independent commission to study the state’s execution protocol.
With the rising cost of Tennessee housing making it difficult to find affordable housing, a group of faith leaders gathered outside Governor Bill Lee’s office to pray and deliver a letter demanding that he veto the bill set to criminalize homelessness.
Tennessee would become the latest state to impose harsh penalties on doctors who violate new, strict regulations dictating the dispensing of abortion pills under a proposal headed toward Republican Gov. Bill Lee’s desk.
Gov. Bill Lee and state officials announced on Monday that Nashville Record Pressing, LLC will establish operations in Nashville, which will include its headquarters, manufacturing, distribution and back-office functions.
A Tennessee Republican lawmaker's push to create a new marriage contract specifically designed to exclude same-sex couples is dead for this year's annual legislative session amid concerns from both Republicans and Democrats.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson made history Thursday as she will become the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court. Some Tennessee State University students say a glass ceiling has been shattered.