New TNJ edition alert: Prison release debate, Humble decries ‘witch hunt,’ Ogles goes underground

Rep. Andrew Farmer (R-Sevierville), right, and then-Rep. Mike Carter (R-Ooltewah) speak before a briefing on the coronavirus pandemic in Nashville on March 16, 2020. (Erik Schelzig, Tennessee Journal)

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

— Exception makes the rule? Early prison release rules scrutinized.

— Political roundup: Gary Humble denounces coordination probe as a ‘political witch hunt,’ Robin Smith motion hints at more Phoenix Solutions defendants, Casada poised to start collecting pension.

— From the campaign trail: Andy Ogles goes underground, Bill Lee drops first general election ad.

Also: Anti-Islam advocate back on textbook commission, legislative Republicans fall for “furries” hoax, and Cade Cothren might want to rethink the whole short-term rental thing.

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