Legislation that would allow police to use surveillance cameras on Tennessee interstate highways was sent to the House Judiciary Committee after lawmakers raised privacy concerns during Thursday’s House session.
House Bill 2110 would end the prohibition on most cameras on interstate highways. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Mark White, R-Memphis, would let the police use the camera for only surveillance purposes, and not for enforcing speed limits or other traffic laws. Read More
Members of a proposed commission might soon prep Tennessee’s education officials for another wave of COVID-19 or even another crisis on the same scale.
But only if a majority of members of the Tennessee General Assembly and Gov. Bill Lee say yes to the idea. Read More
Lack of student discipline, inadequate administrative support, and lack of respect are frequently cited why teachers leave the profession. The continued barrage of top-down legislation by the Tennessee General Assembly does not help. Read More