Post Tagged with: "Susan Lynn"

Lynn Bests Incumbent for Former Mt. Juliet Seat

by / on August 3, 2012

Susan Lynn of Mt. Juliet is headed back to the General Assembly. She beat single-term incumbent Linda Elam by a two-to-one margin in the Republican primary.

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Legislation Requires “Anti-Coercion” Signs In Abortion Clinics

by / on March 31, 2010

Both houses of the Tennessee General Assembly have approved a measure intended to make it harder to “coerce” a woman into having an abortion.

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Challenge To Healthcare Overhaul Moves In House

by / on March 31, 2010

An effort to challenge the nation’s health care overhaul in court is moving through Tennessee’s House of Representatives. The bill’s supporters say health insurance regulation is a matter of state’s rights rather than federal authority.

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State Senator Changes Her Mind About Re-election Bid

by / on March 11, 2010

A veteran state senator made an abrupt political about-face Thursday, announcing that she will, after all, run for her Senate seat. The decision could potentially stop a domino affect for Republicans.

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State Senate Snubs Hypothetical National Health Care

by / on February 17, 2010

Even though the U.S. Congress has not passed an overhaul of health care, the Tennessee Senate took steps Wednesday to block a national insurance system.

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Education Bill Passed In Time for Race to the Top Application

by / on January 16, 2010

Large, bipartisan majorities in both houses approved the bill that for the first time would allow student achievement scores to be factored into a teacher’s job rating.

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