That’s a wrap on Tennessee’s 112th General Assembly. Lawmakers adjourned Thursday afternoon after passing a slew of new bills and a nearly $53 billion budget.
Products advertised as “legal weed” are popping up in gas stations and smoke shops across Tennessee, but lawmakers are eyeing new regulations for the industry.
Republican Senate Leader Randy McNally wants a court to reconsider blocking the state’s new Senate maps. A court ruling Wednesday gave the state 15 days to redraw the maps, while allowing new House maps to stand.
The 20th Judicial District Chancery Court is ordering Republicans to redraw Senate maps in a lawsuit over their constitutionality.
An abortion bill hits a dead end, a ban on transgender athletes in college is revived and a warning is issued over a criminal justice bill that could backfire.
Spring is finally here, and the weather isn’t the only thing heating up. There’s drama at the Capitol.