Rep. Susan Lynn addressed the assembled crowd at Legislative Plaza for the Tax Day rally in Nashville on April 15. She spoke on the progress of sovereignty legislation moving through the Tennessee General Assembly and what we as Tennesseans can do to help.
Already the fear-mongering and unfounded claims of slavery support have been thrown at Rep. Susan Lynn for her recent statements regarding nullification. Read the following post for all the details, but here is a taste: Rep. Mike Turner, chairman of the House Democrats’ political caucus, said Tuesday Lynn’s comments harkened back to Civil War-era arguments.…Details
There is new nullification news here in my home state of Tennessee, and it is really good news. Recently, State Representative Susan Lynn spoke on the matter during Mike Church’s radio show (transcript here). While there she let it be known that the Tenth Amendment is alive and well in the volunteer state. When asked…Details
On June 23, 2009, Tennessee House Joint Resolution 108, the State Sovereignty Resolution, was signed by Governor Phil Bredesen. The Resolution created a committee which has as its charge to: Communicate the resolution to the legislatures of the several states, Assure them that this State continues in the same esteem of their friendship, Call for…Details