Governor Bill Haslam has signed a bill which repeals marijuana decriminalization laws in Nashville and Memphis.
The alleged drug dealer of marijuana evidently told the arresting officer, "That he is a good person that is simply trying to provide for his family."
A 2014 poll by MTSU showed a vast majority of Tennesseans agree that seriously ill patients should have access to medical cannabis. Lawmakers will be voting on this bill at the end of February.
A bill that would have allowed Tennesseans to weigh in on whether to decriminalize possession of low-level amounts of marijuana has failed in the Legislature.
The Senate Judiciary Committee killed the proposal on Tuesday.
Officers went to the Rutherford Blvd. address due to the possibility of drug activity taking place at that location.
When Anderson was previously questioned by police at his home, he allegedly told officers he had just sold $20 worth of marijuana...
State Representative Mike Sparks tells WGNS that the legalization of marijuana will likely be an issue this year in the state legislature. Hear the interview...
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