Nashville Congressman Jim Cooper is among the Democrats calling for President Trump’s impeachment, even if it means a Senate trial doesn’t happen until after he leaves office.
For weeks, Sens. Marsha Blackburn and Bill Hagerty pledged to vote to overturn the election results. But late Wednesday night, they both flipped and voted to not block the results of the electoral college in Arizona.
Mayor John Cooper’s office has released a report outlining the role of fines and fees in Nashville’s criminal justice system. It also lays out recommendations to reduce, and eventually eliminate, the city’s reliance on such costs.
Owners of entertainment venues and restaurants say relief is needed to help the artists and workers that depend on them.
For the first election in a decade, Nashville Congressman Jim Cooper is facing a primary. This time, two people are trying to unseat the 15-term incumbent. A former public defender and a small business owner are part of a new wave of candidates trying to change the Democratic Party.
Members of the Tennessee congressional delegation have started to express their thoughts about the military situation in Iran. Their comments have split mostly along party lines. But, at least one Republican wants Congress to have a say in the strategy.
Members of the Tennessee delegation in Congress have come out on Monday against President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria. The announcement, made by the president on Sunday night, has received significant pushback in the U.S. House and Senate, even among members of his own party.
Nashville Congressman Jim Cooper is joining calls to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. The Democratic lawmaker issued a statement Tuesday saying that “the president’s continuing misconduct” threatens the Constitution and the laws of the land. The reversal comes amid mounting pressure on Trump — centered on a recent conversation with Ukraine’s leader. Cooper’s statement […]
Updated 3:30 p.m.: Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker says delaying a vote on the health care bill should show that the senate wants “to get it right.” He says in a statement that he will work over the next few days to “resolve a number of legitimate issues.”
Congresswoman Diane Black was the Nashville area’s only representative to vote for the $1.1 trillion spending bill that passed the House Thursday night.