New TNJ edition alert: Feds finally drop the hammer on Casada, Cothren

Cade Cothren, speaking on phone, attends a meeting with lawmakers and fellow staffers on the balcony outside the House chamber on April 29, 2019. (Erik Schelzig, Tennessee Journal)

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

— Feds charge former House speaker, aide with bribery, kickbacks.

— Casada, Cothren case assigned to judge who once prosecuted John Ford.

— Leaked poll for education group finds ‘slippage’ in support for charter schools.

— Dale Kelly, lawmaker, basketball ref, and longtime mayor, dies at 82.

Also: Memphis school superintendent takes buyout, TDOT gets a new chief engineer, Tennessean editor’s comments draw a social media backlash, and the ongoing license plate drama in Shelby County.

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