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2 Lawmakers want to Ban Same Sex Marriage in Tennessee
2 Lawmakers want to Ban Same Sex Marriage in Tennessee

A pair of lawmakers have proposed a bill that would ban same sex marriage in Tennessee.

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Governor Haslam Legacy Extends to Judiciary
Governor Haslam Legacy Extends to Judiciary

One of the biggest issues affecting Tennessee is the opioid epidemic. Governor Haslam praised state judges for their efforts in developing and presiding over recovery courts...

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See Tennessee Supreme Court Records Online
See Tennessee Supreme Court Records Online

The Tennessee State Library & Archives recently launched a new online ordering system for Supreme Court cases.

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Commission Votes in Favor of Nullifying Affordable Health Care and Same Sex Marriage
Commission Votes in Favor of Nullifying Affordable Health Care and Same Sex Marriage

A full house showed up for the Rutherford County Commission meeting opposing a resolution that encourages state lawmakers to nullify any U.S. Supreme Court decision not supported by state law.

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State's Rights vs Supreme Court: Marriage Ruling
State's Rights vs Supreme Court: Marriage Ruling

On Thursday, almost a thousand conservative Christians gathered at the Tennessee state capitol for a rally that featured many Republican state legislators prepared to fight the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage.

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Local Reaction to SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling
Local Reaction to SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling

In a historic development for gay rights and the institution of marriage, the Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry. We have local and statewide reaction.

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Should the Tennessee Supreme Court Justice answer to a political party? Justice Clark says NO
Should the Tennessee Supreme Court Justice answer to a political party? Justice Clark says NO

Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia “Connie” Clark was in Murfreesboro on Wednesday morning. 

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Mosque Suit Ends
Mosque Suit Ends

Four years and some $350,000 later, the argument over the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro appears to be over – at least the fight over public notice. 

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The Lethal Injection and How it is Administered Recently Saw Changes in Tennessee, According to Chief Justice Gary Wade
The Lethal Injection and How it is Administered Recently Saw Changes in Tennessee, According to Chief Justice Gary Wade
Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court, Gary Wade visited Murfreesboro on Thursday. He told WGNS one of the recent issues within our state justice system dealt with lethal injection...
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The Supreme Court on the MTSU Campus Today? Why?
The Supreme Court on the MTSU Campus Today? Why?

At 10:15 a.m., the state Supreme Court will hear Garcia v. Tennessee, which involves the immigration consequences of a guilty plea. Juan Alberto Blanco Garcia was an unauthorized alien illegally in the United States in 2008 when he was accused of multiple offenses in Warren County. 

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Convicted Rapist in Rutherford County Petitions Supreme Courts of TN for Appeal - COURT SAYS NO
Convicted Rapist in Rutherford County Petitions Supreme Courts of TN for Appeal - COURT SAYS NO
Porter and his twin brother broke into a woman’s’ home in 2006 while the victim’s husband was gone for the evening. The victim was home alone with her two year old daughter.
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Secretary of State Statement Regarding U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Concerning Arizona’s Citizenship Verification Law (Arizona et al v. United States)
Secretary of State Tre Hargett commented on the recent Supreme Court ruling that may have had an impact on Tennessee voters and the process of verifying the citizenship of local voters during an election.
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