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Ketron and wine

Sen. Bill Ketron penned an op-ed in his local paper in which he describes legislation that attempts to both satisfy the majority of Tennesseans who want wine sales in grocery stores and placate those who are against the change: put

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Posted in Ballot Initiatives

Congressional race roundup, District Four

District 4 The biggest news from the significantly redesigned 4th District is that the man considered the chief architect and beneficiary of the new map, Sen. Bill Ketron of Murfreesboro, apparently doesn’t think he can “cut the mustard” and take

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Posted in Tennessee Federal Elections, U.S. House Elections

Ketron reassessing congressional challenge?

Stephen Shirley opines in the Daily News Journal that Sen. Bill Ketron of Murfreesboro may be rethinking his long-assumed plan to run for the newly redrawn Fourth Congressional District seat against incumbent and fellow Republican U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais of

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Posted in U.S. House Elections

Congressional challengers step up efforts

Weston Wamp, son of former U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp, plans to hold a significant fundraiser next month in support of his bid for the Republican nomination in the 3rd Distict. The younger Wamp hopes to take in a total in

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Posted in Tennessee Federal Elections

Sharia Twain

After a first attempt to strengthen state anti-terrorism law was found wanting in its ability to pass constitutional muster, a new effort is making its way through the Legislature. The second version by Sen. Bill Ketron actually does not contain

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