Worst Legislation in Tennessee?

September 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Civil Justice, Recent Blog Posts

Keith Dobermann

Keith Dobermann, TNCA

Each week for 5 weeks, Keith Dobermann, the Tennessee Citizen Action consumer watchdog, will announce another contender for “The Worst Legislation in Tennessee!” Starting next Wednesday, October 13, you can vote for your choice of the worst of the worst.* The winner will be announced at our “The Worst Legislation in Tennessee” event the night of October 21.

Tennessee Citizen Action presents the

“WORST LEGISLATION IN TENNESSEE!”

Thursday, October 21, 2010
6:00 – 8:00 pm
LeQuire Gallery
4304 Charlotte Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209

TICKETS

$50.00 Individual: Includes admission to the event, delicious bites, refreshing beverages, and a chance to win a $200.00 gift certificate to the LeQuire Gallery.

$250.00 Host Package: Includes 2 tickets to the event, delicious bites, refreshing beverages, a chance to win a $350.00 gift certificate to the LeQuire Gallery, and recognition as a host and supporter in a personal announcement by Keith Dobermann at the event.

Tennessee Citizen Action is Tennessee’s premiere public interest and consumer watchdog organization. Our mission is to work tirelessly on behalf of the citizens of Tennessee to improve overall health, well-being, and quality of life (and to fight against “The Worst Legislation in Tennessee!”).

*WATCH THE “WORST LEGISLATION IN TENNESSEE” VIDEOS

Week 1: “Kill Old People Cheap Act”

Week 2: “Beagle Madoff with all my Money and All I Got was This Lousy TShirt”

Week 3: “Selenium! You’re Soaking in it!”

Week 4: “Recount, Schmecount.”

Week 5: “Let Them Eat…Aw, Hell, I Don’t Care What They Eat”

*Voting for your favorite “Worst Legislation in Tennessee” begins October 13, 2010.

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  1. Jeremy Rich says:

    Hi –

    Can you point me to more info on this bill? It sounds horrific, but it is no surprise to hear Jim Tracy is a backer given a big nursing home chain is based in Murfreesboro.

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