No sausages got made in this week’s Shelby County Commission meeting.
No sausages got made in this week’s Shelby County Commission meeting. The bottom line: No Democrat and no Republican to represent District 95, nobody at all from the district to vote on vouchers or anything else.
County Commission wrestles with interim House appointment and the school-voucher issue.
A move to seat a Democrat as interim state representative from House District 95 could shred the County Commission’s resolve on the school-voucher issue.
Commissioners prepare to appoint a successor for Mark Lovell; Haslam sets schedule for a special election.
Consensus would seem to be an uncertain prospect, as Shelby County commissioners face the task of naming an interim replacement for the District 95
Gubernatorial candidates emerge; Boyd takes dim view of “right-sizing” plan; Kustoff careful with town meetings.
Last week was a time for members of both local political parties to gather and take stock. The Shelby County Republicans did so
Consensus for medical marijuana; against school vouchers and county social media policy.
God knows what will happen when the Shelby County Commission tangles with the deannexation issue — as it will, now that the legislature has
Mancini forms group to begin reorganization for defunct local party; Cohen holds town hall.
Mary Mancini of Nashville, who in late January won reelection as Tennessee Democratic Party chair at a meeting of the state party's executive committee,
An HIV prevention grant to Planned Parenthood is narrowly approved as the County Commission splits along party lines.
During Monday's regular meeting of the Shelby County Commission, a dispute on continuing Planned Parenthood's involvement in a local, state-funded HIV-prevention program was resolved — sort of
Harris and Kelsey hope to effect a good public outcome on the TVA/aquifer issue.
In a bi-partisan team-up, state Senators Harris and Kelsey hope to effect a good public outcome on the TVA/aquifer issue.
The issue of the Tennessee Valley Authority's drilling wells into the Memphis Sand aquifer may not be a done deal, after all. Though TVA's
A statement made by state Senator Mark Norris (R-Collierville) in Nashville last week all but put the Senate Majority Leader in the running for the
The governmental future as seen by Congressman Cohen, who hints at a new leadership position for himself.
Memphis Congressman Steve Cohen's cell phone rings in telephone calls to the theme song of the old Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson? Who knew? Whatever