Nearly 30 home sales in Tennessee have been disrupted by letters making bogus claims on property titles. Tennessee’s Secretary of State Tre Hargett says it’s not clear what motivation is behind the letters, but his office is treating them as a possible new scam.
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Early voting in Tennessee’s Presidential primary begins Wednesday, and state officials are trying to remind voters that they’ll need something new this year – a photo ID.
A new state law broadens the definition of a “sports agent” to even include fathers of athletes in some instances.
Disaster charities will have to be more transparent about their spending under a new state law. New rules are meant to deter non-profits from misusing donations.
A Tennessee charity aimed at helping veterans faces a $50,000 fine for not providing the services it said it would.
Tennesseans serving overseas in the military will be able to vote more easily under a proposed law passed last night by the state Senate.
Efforts are underway to bring home the dozens of Middle Tennesseans thought to be in Haiti. Meanwhile, others are contemplating ways they can help the impoverished nation recover from this week’s earthquake.
Democratic leader Gary Odom continues his call for the Republican Secretary of State Tre Hargett to have paper ballots in place by the 2010 election for governor.
A battle over ballots is underway at the state capitol.