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Bill Aims to End Barriers to Teaching Sex Abuse Education in Tennessee Public Schools

A Knoxville lawmaker has introduced a measure intended to address two seemingly contradictory Tennessee laws that, advocates say, have prevented public schools from teaching sex abuse prevention education.

Senate Confirms Nashville Attorney Chip Campbell as Federal Judge for Middle Tennessee

One judicial nominee from Tennessee has been confirmed, but three others are still waiting for senators to act on their nomination.The Senate voted 97-0 on Tuesday to confirm Nashville attorney William “Chip” Campbell Jr. to become a U.S. District Court judge for the state's Middle District, which includes Nashville and the surrounding counties.

Appeals Court Upholds Vote Count on Tennessee Abortion Measure Amendment 1

In a victory for abortion opponents, a federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the 2014 vote in favor of Amendment 1, a ballot measure that stripped the right to an abortion from the Tennessee constitution.

Tennessee Lawmakers Hope to Focus on Opioids, Juvenile Justice as Session Begins Today

Tennessee lawmakers head to the state Capitol this week to begin annual work in an election-year session expected to be relatively short and, legislative leaders hope, sweeter than usual with fewer anticipated controversies awaiting them.

Tennessee Attorney Receives Public Censure from Tennessee Supreme Court Board

A Tennessee attorney received a public censure on Monday from the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Tennessee Supreme Court.

In Case You Missed It: Tennessee Has 16 New Laws

The new year brought new laws for Tennesseans. Here are some of the highlights.

Handful of Weird TN Laws Get Repealed Every Year

.We have all heard of them - those strange, often outdated or just plain weird laws that make you think, "really?" Within the thousands of laws in the state of Tennessee, some of them make you do a double take.