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Shelbyville Times-Gazette
Frustrating times: Sudden rise in USDA scar rulings upsets trainersHalfway into the Celebration, some in the walking horse industry are expressing
Frustrating times: Sudden rise in USDA scar rulings upsets trainers
Shelbyville Times-Gazette / Posted 15 hours ago
Halfway into the Celebration, some in the walking horse industry are expressing frustration with what they say is a large number of disqualifications, and the possibility of a Congressional study is being raised. In the show's first two days, about... Read more
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Roll Call
10 Jobs That Launch Congressional Candidates Mowrer, an Iraq war veteran, is running for the second time. (Tom Williams/CQ
10 Jobs That Launch Congressional Candidates
Roll Call / Posted 18 hours ago
Mowrer, an Iraq war veteran, is running for the second time. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo). But the best candidates are really the ones with the best personalities. Indeed, the desire to seek... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Gov. Haslam spreads wealth among Senate candidatesNASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam has made contributions to the re-election campaign
Gov. Haslam spreads wealth among Senate candidates
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam has made contributions to the re-election campaigns of 10 Republican U.S. senators so far this year, building on a longtime lead over former Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen in political donations to candidates for federal... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Most Tennesseans in Congress oppose Iran nuclear dealWASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher sees a clear winner coming out of the Ir
Most Tennesseans in Congress oppose Iran nuclear deal
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher sees a clear winner coming out of the Iran nuclear deal, and it’s not the U.S. or any of the five other western powers that negotiated the agreement. The winner is Iran, “the world’s largest sponsor of terror,”... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Most Tennesseans in Congress oppose Iran nuclear dealWASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher sees a clear winner coming out of the Ir
Most Tennesseans in Congress oppose Iran nuclear deal
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 4 days ago
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher sees a clear winner coming out of the Iran nuclear deal, and it’s not the United States or any of the five other western powers that negotiated the agreement. The winner is Iran, “the world’s largest sponsor of... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
PolitiKnox Insider: When the ‘who' in politics is in questionGovernor, senator? The Daily News Journal has a lengthy interview with U.S. Re
PolitiKnox Insider: When the ‘who' in politics is in question
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
Governor, senator? The Daily News Journal has a lengthy interview with U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais in a question-and-answer format. Excerpts from a portion dealing with his views on the Republican presidential primary: Q: Although you are not... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Bradley Commission Panel Favors Shifting Animal Control To City Of ClevelandAn ad hoc committee of the Bradley County Commission favors shifting animal con
Bradley Commission Panel Favors Shifting Animal Control To City Of Cleveland
The Chattanoogan / Posted 16 days ago
An ad hoc committee of the Bradley County Commission favors shifting animal control services to the city of Cleveland under a $300,000 contract. Commissioner Thomas Crye, who heads the committee, said the vote was 2-1. Also on the panel are... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Chattanooga slayings prompt state, federal changes on military members being armed in U.S.NASHVILLE — The July 16 shooting rampage that killed five U.S. servicemen in Ch
Chattanooga slayings prompt state, federal changes on military members being armed in U.S.
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
NASHVILLE — The July 16 shooting rampage that killed five U.S. servicemen in Chattanooga devastated families and shocked the nation. But the bloody assault on the Navy and Marine Reserve operations center by a 24-year-old, Kuwaiti-born Hixson... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Fewer Tenn. legislators sign on to fight EPA air regulationsNASHVILLE — While 63 state legislators urged state Attorney General Herbert Sla
Fewer Tenn. legislators sign on to fight EPA air regulations
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
NASHVILLE — While 63 state legislators urged state Attorney General Herbert Slatery to join a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency over new federal water pollution rules, just 19 have now signed a letter last week urging him to join a... Read more
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Roll Call
As Leaders Stay Silent on DesJarlais, Members Groan, Look the Other Way As top House Republican leaders remain silent on the unfolding scandal surrou
As Leaders Stay Silent on DesJarlais, Members Groan, Look the Other Way
Roll Call / Posted 28 days ago
As top House Republican leaders remain silent on the unfolding scandal surrounding Rep. Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee, conservatives in Congress are starting to groan that his... Read more
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Roll Call
Planned Parenthood Gives DesJarlais Challenger an Opening DesJarlais, shown practicing for a football game between members of Congress
Planned Parenthood Gives DesJarlais Challenger an Opening
Roll Call / Posted 28 days ago
DesJarlais, shown practicing for a football game between members of Congress and Capitol Police, again faces a primary challenge. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo) Grant Starrett, 27,... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
After July 16, tragedy became politicsEven before the dead servicemen were buried, there was a cognitive rush for rea
After July 16, tragedy became politics
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
Even before the dead servicemen were buried, there was a cognitive rush for reason. The brains of the survivors and families and bystanders and public onlookers both in Chattanooga and abroad were filing the details and accounts of July 16, trying... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
They Still Love The ‘Lickers’When Congressman Ted Yoho (R-Fl.) introduced the 2015 version of the “Prevent A
They Still Love The ‘Lickers’
The Chattanoogan / Posted 1 months ago
When Congressman Ted Yoho (R-Fl.) introduced the 2015 version of the “Prevent All Soring Tactics” in Congress this week, he already had a bipartisan crowd of 50 Republicans and 50 Democrats as co-sponsors. That’s hardly amazing. Today there are over... Read more
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