Tennessee Senator Randy McNally will discuss recent Supreme Court decisions and what they mean for the state during an Anderson County Tea Party meeting on Tuesday, July 14, a press release said.
McNally, an Oak Ridge Republican, is also expected to discuss how the Tennessee General Assembly plans to address the decisions, the press release said. Those are among the items McNally is expected to address as he talks about items concerning Anderson County and Eastern Tennessee.
The July 14 meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Clinton Church of God.
McNally represents District 5, which includes Oak Ridge, in the Tennessee Senate. He is chair of the Finance, Ways, and Means Committee, and he helped pass a
sweeping conservative agenda during the past legislative session, the press release said.
“Please come hear what he has to say and bring your questions,” the release said.
Clinton Church of God is located at 635 Hillcrest Street in Clinton. The meeting is open to the public and will last until about 8 p.m.
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