TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on May 2, 2013

More than a dozen constitutional amendments were introduced by lawmakers during this year’s state legislative session. Only two passed both houses and now go before voters: one proposes a prohibition of a state income tax, and the second would establish a new way of naming judges to the state Supreme Court and appellate courts. The Nashville Ledger reports that the Tennessee Constitution is designed to be difficult to change, although that did not stop legislators from trying.