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The county administration is working with a national coalition of local elected leaders to question the efficacy fines and fees in the local criminal justice system. Among the first changes, was dropping a fee for medical services at the county corrections center.
 
The number of people without power dropped to about 30% of MLGW’s customers Friday afternoon after a steady rise throughout Thursday. But the numbers could increase as the utility restores powers to pockets and then links them up for larger areas of restoration. Meanwhile, Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland talked Friday about a longer term approach by t…
 
Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton, during The Daily Memphian’s “On The Record” podcast defends the new district lines for the House that put the two youngest incumbents in the Shelby County delegation in the same district. Sexton also talks about the special legislative session on the pandemic in a wide-ranging interview.…
 
Shelby County Election Commission chairman Brent Taylor says in the “On The Record” podcast that the realignment of some precincts is an adjustment to new Shelby County Commission district lines. And the new identifiers for precincts are a change in a system of identifiers that may date back to the Crump era of Memphis politics.…
 
On The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast, Shelby County Election Commission Chairman Brent Taylor went partisan in the dispute with the Shelby County Commission over a new voting system for the 2022 elections. And he talked about a possible compromise as he held firm in his belief paper ballots would cause chaos at the polls.…
 
On The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast, Cohen also described the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection as “Snow White and the six Democrats.” But he said the panel is necessary to answer questions about whether the violent march into the Capitol was connected to former President Donald Trump.…
 
National Civil Rights Museum President Russell Wigginton said on The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast that he hopes state education officials will consult with the museum as they set the guidelines for school systems to navigate the new state law banning teaching about systemic racism and how the history of race impacts the present.…
 
The city’s director of Housing and Community Development talks on The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast about the citywide strategy to be developed by the fall. Mairi Albertson says the lessons of the pandemic include broadband that can handle several people online at the same time.
 
On The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast, the leader of the coalition of nonprofits calling for different budget priorities questions the resetting of the city and county property tax rates by state law. Cardell Orrin says the city and county rates should stay where they are and not be viewed as a tax hike for all.…
 
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