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State Constitutions on Rare Display

State Constitutions on Rare Display

by / on December 3, 2012

Tennessee’s original, handwritten Constitutions will be exhibited later this week to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the state’s Supreme Court Building.

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State Constitution at Center of Fight Over Suspended Judge’s Punishment

by / on August 23, 2010

Earlier this summer, East Tennessee Judge John Bell was found guilty of several ethical violations and suspended from the bench. Now, lawyers are fighting over who pays the substitutes who keep a court going during a judge’s punishment.

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Hunting and Fishing Amendment Passes Senate

by / on January 28, 2010

Voters in the November general election may find a proposed state constitutional amendment on the ballot. Dickson Senator Doug Jackson wants the voters to say that hunting and fishing is a constitutional right.

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