Tuesday, March 19, 2013

College Nondiscrimination Banned
The Tennessee House is barring state funded colleges and universities from forcing on campus groups to allow anyone membership. The new law if approved would mean colleges would not be forced to require membership to any organization be open to all students. Leadership positions can not be dictated by the schools. Privately funded institutions like Vanderbilt will be exempt. Inclusion of the private institutions in the bill caused Governor Haslam to veto a very similar bill last year. (CC)

Saturday, August 01, 2015

  • Tennessee Corrections Changes Prison Guard Overtime Issue, Was a Factor in Violence at Mountain City Prison
  • Virginia Governor Coming to Southwest This Week; Resuming Push to Expand Medicaid
  • Man Claims Belongings Infested with Bed Bugs at John Sevier Center in Johnson City



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