Lt. Gov. Randy McNally, who presides over Tennessee’s Senate, is being asked to resign from his post by a Republican member of the Tennessee House. But McNally’s refusing to go.
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Republican lawmakers push ahead with takeover of Nashville airport
Tennessee Republicans are moving toward exercising another lever to control Nashville’s government, advancing a measure that would take away nearly all mayoral appointments to Nashville’s Airport Authority Board.
Nashville announces lawsuit to stop Tennessee from downsizing Metro Council
Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced Monday that the city will be suing the state over a new law that slashes the size of Metro Council. The lawsuit alleges that the requirements written in the law violate several parts of the Tennessee Constitution.
Gov. Bill Lee signs bill to shrink Nashville Metro Council
Gov. Bill Lee quickly signed a measure into law that will reduce the size of Metro Council. The bill passed out of the Senate first thing Thursday morning and was signed by the governor before noon
Tennessee Titans stadium deal enters final stretch of Metro Council votes
The future of a new stadium for the Tennessee Titans has entered its final series of hurdles. The deal must go through a series of three votes by Nashville’s Metro Council.
Despite outcry, bill to shrink Metro Council is coasting to passage
A measure to chop the size of Metro Council is sailing through the Tennessee Legislature. Republicans in the House have passed the bill, and the Senate Finance, Ways and Means Committee advanced it Tuesday.
Nashville’s mayoral race: Who’s in? Who’s out?
The number of people throwing their hats in the ring for Nashville mayor has skyrocketed since current Mayor John Cooper announced he’s not running for re-election.
The Tennessee Titans may be getting a new stadium. What questions do you have about the plan?
As the Metro Council moves closer towards a final vote on the future of Nissan Stadium, we want to hear from you about the $2.2 billion plan.