About the General Assembly - Tennessee Women's Political Caucus
Contains the rules of order and other useful information including: branches of Tennessee government, listings of legislative staff agencies, the Tennessee Constitution, House member state office phone directory, state office addresses, legislative definitions, and registered lobbyists.
Covers the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government and describes the functions and activities of state departments including a brief history of the State.
Gives an overview of the law-making process with guidance on how to influence legislation.
The state constitution was adopted in 1870 and has been amended eight times. The latest amendments were adopted in November 2006. The current constitution and earlier versions are included in volume 1A of the Tennessee Code Annotated. Reference KFT30 1955.A2
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