The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is gearing up for another push to require prescriptions for cold medicine used to make methamphetamine. One lawmaker is asking the TBI if this is a fight worth having.
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Gang members are flooding small West Tennessee towns on the weekends, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. TBI director Mark Gwyn says he’s “deeply concerned’ about gangsters taking over.
The District Attorney from Huntington used confiscated sports cars and weapons as his own, according to an audit released by the state comptroller Wednesday. He also allowed drug helicopters to fly dignitaries to high school football games.
Two state representatives have acknowledged they used legislation to force the state Board of Nursing to reinstate constituents. The case raises the question of how far a politician can go in negotiating with a professional board.
District Attorney Torry Johnson says he’s asking the state to look into possible wrongdoing by Davidson County Clerk John Arriola. A Channel Five investigation questioned whether Arriola placed someone on his payroll who doesn’t actually perform a job for the clerk’s office. Those reports also said Arriola charges for officiating at weddings.
The signature wound of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan – mild traumatic brain injury or TBI – has been hard to diagnose and just as difficult to treat. But determining if and when a soldier can return to battle following a serious concussion has befuddled doctors. So physicians at Fort Campbell have begun observing patients under the stress of combat.
Infighting continued at the Tennessee state legislature Monday over what to do about an increase in illegal methamphetamine production.
The TennCare Office of Inspector General hit a milestone last month of the 1,000th arrest since establishing the unit in 2005. But in terms of money recouped from fraud, the lion’s share comes from doctors and pharmacists.
Germantown Republican Paul Stanley will leave the state senate early next month.
Recent revelations of an inappropriate relationship between a senator and his intern have made it clear that the state legislature has no written policy regarding interactions between members and their interns.