State lawmakers want police to be able to use drones, but only in ways they specifically authorize. Some of the first proposed rules governing unmanned aircraft in Tennessee are cruising through the legislature.Read more ›
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A controversy over “Prayer at the Flagpole” in Cheatham County has surfaced two years later in the General Assembly. A state representative is trying to overturn a school board decision that restricts teacher participation.Read more ›
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Brentwood over sales of the homeless newspaper, The Contributor. Earlier this year, the city fined eight of the Contributor’s vendors for selling the paper on city sidewalks.Read more ›
A proposed state law calling for local police to deal with illegal immigrants has been put off until next year by its Senate sponsor.Read more ›
The threat of a federal lawsuit was enough to get Wilson County Schools to stop allowing the distribution of Bibles on school property. An agreement reached with the ACLU of Tennessee was released Tuesday.Read more ›
The city of Clarksville is bowing to pressure from the American Civil Liberties Union and posting a disclaimer at its annual Christmas event that includes a nativity.
School systems in Davidson and Knox counties might have to change the way they allow students to access the Internet in response to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court.Read more ›