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Appeals Panel Won’t Revive Lawsuit Against Tennessee Ban on Giving Out Mail Voting Form

Judges have decided not to revive a challenge of a Tennessee law that makes it a felony for anyone other than election officials to distribute absentee ballot applications.

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Tennessee’s Anti-Drag Law is ‘Unconstitutionally Vague,’ Federal Judge Rules

A federal judge found Tennessee’s anti-drag law unconstitutional June 2, ruling it violates the First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

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Tennessee Governor Signs Bill That Raises Penalties For Protestors Who Break the Law

Protesters in Tennessee charged with rioting, assaulting a police officer, or vandalizing state property will now face greater fines and longer prison sentences, following a new bill signed into law on August 18th by Governor Bill Lee. 

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Memphis Journalist Sues Mayor For Excluding Her on Media Advisory List

“No politician likes being the subject of critical coverage, but that comes with elected office, and I would be abdicating my role as a journalist if I failed to hold local government, including the City of Memphis, accountable,” Thomas said in a press statement.

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Tennessee Lawmakers Copy Missouri’s Library Censorship Bill

Like the one proposed in Missouri, the Tennessee bill would make it so that a librarian could serve jail time for giving a child a book deemed inappropriate by the parental review board.

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