Post Tagged with: "constitutional amendment"

Anti-Abortion Amendment to Go on Ballot in 2014

by / on May 20, 2011

After a four-year campaign, anti-abortion activists today got final approval to put the abortion question before the voters at the next governor’s election.

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Senate OKs Anti-Income Tax Constitutional Amendment

by / on May 18, 2011

A proposal to alter the state Constitution to ban a state income tax got final approval – for this session – in the state Senate today.

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Multi State Push to Give Ultimate Protection to Hunting includes Tennessee

Multi State Push to Give Ultimate Protection to Hunting includes Tennessee

by / on October 25, 2010

It’s not just deer season this that has hunters excited this fall. This Election season sportsmen are being drawn to the polls by one of the quietest campaigns this year.

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State Senate Approves Resolution For An Elected Attorney General

by / on April 22, 2010

State senators narrowly approved a measure Thursday to allow Tennesseans to elect the state Attorney General.

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Move To Ban State Income Tax Approved In Upper Chamber

by / on March 29, 2010

A proposed voter referendum to ban a state income tax cleared the Tennessee Senate yesterday. It’s now ready for a vote in the state House.

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Amendment To Ban State Income Tax Begins Its Legislative Trek

by / on March 18, 2010

The state Senate Thursday began a two-year political journey to allow voters to decide whether Tennessee could ever have an income tax.

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