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Tennessee Real Estate Law Conference -- October 30 at the Nashville School of Law
Law Conference for Tennessee Practitioners -- November 12-13 at the Marriott in Cool Springs/Franklin
Tennessee Workers' Comp Conference -- November 19-20 at the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs/Franklin
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A Republican state senator and Democratic state representative cite the recent death of a black teenager at the hands of a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., as a reason to create a law to "end racial profiling" by law enforcement in Tennessee.
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether all 50 states must allow gay and lesbian couples to marry, positioning it to resolve one of the great civil rights questions in a generation before its current term ends in June.
Gov. Bill Haslam says Tennessee should step carefully when it comes to enacting new abortion laws and not needlessly "go charging up hills" only to land in federal court.
People accused of domestic violence would be required to stay behind bars for at least 12 hours if a new proposal becomes law.
The legal battle continues over Tennessee’s Amendment 1, with opponents of the abortion measure calling the election process “tainted” and asking a federal judge to allow a lawsuit to continue that seeks to either re-count or reject the vote count in favor of the measure.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says he isn’t counting votes in the Tennessee legislature just yet for his Insure Tennessee Medicaid expansion proposal.
The Crossville City Council appointed a new city judge during their January regular meeting and a majority voted to consider seeking a new city attorney.