New TNJ edition alert: Bid to close primary elections is first GOP bill killed this year

Campaign signs outside an early voting location in Nashville on Oct. 21, 2020. (Erik Schelzig, Tennessee Journal)

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

— Latest effort to close primaries is first GOP bill killed this session.

— Bill to cut Nashville Metro Council on fast track.

— Senate mulls eliminating sales tax on diapers and baby formula.

— Shot down: Decriminalizing weed, requiring school nurses to be paid more, getting rid of the TWRA’s online drawing for duck blinds.

Also: Andy Ogles makes something out of nothing, Bill Lee raised $1.4 million for second inaugural, Ford hires new lobbyists in Nashville, and Bud Hulsey wants candidates for constable to get competency certification.

As always, access the your copy of the TNJ here.

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