New TNJ edition alert: Chaos at the Capitol, redistricting lawsuit headed for trial

Rep. Justin Jones (D-Nashville) uses a bullhorn to lead the House gallery in chants. At left are Reps. Justin Pearson (D-Memphis) and Gloria Johnson (D-Knoxville). (Image credit: John Partipilo, Tennessee Lookout.)

The latest print edition of The Tennessee Journal is out. Here is what’s in it:

— Chaos grips House in wake of fatal school shooting in Nashville.

— Legislative roundup: Despite previous rejection, Senate OK’s teacher dues withholding ban.

— Legal challenge of House, Senate redistricting maps is headed to trial.

— Interest groups spent as much as $100 million on lobbying last year.

Also: Reaction to the Covenant School shooting from the president, governor, mayor, and more; Stephen Crump taking over as head of district attorneys association, the most recent House composite photo is already fading, and a corn contest between lawmakers.

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