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Opinion | Sen. Green deserves veteran support in run for Congress

In Montgomery County, we are blessed to have a very large population of veterans, one of whom is state Sen. Mark Green, our 22nd District representative in state government.

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Tennessee lawmakers send 'sanctuary city' ban bill to Gov. Haslam

Tennessee lawmakers gave final approval Wednesday to legislation banning "sanctuary" city policies that critics say require law enforcement to comply with federal requests to hold suspected undocumented immigrants without warrants or probable cause.

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House passes sanctuary city bill

The Tennessee House approved legislation Tuesday banning sanctuary cities in the state, despite opposition and the sentiment the bill is unnecessary.

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Green's TennCare card to be tested after federal approval

State Sen. Mark Green says the state is awaiting federal approval of his innovative method of delivering health care that will be tested in the state’s TennCare system.

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Green has diverse background, interests

Mark Green, Clarksville’s Republican state senator since being elected in 2012, is a doctor, small business owner, veteran and influential voice in Tennessee’s Republican supermajority General Assembly.

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Sen. Mark Green introduces 10 bills, targets taxes

Sen. Mark Green introduced 10 bills on Wednesday, several of which target key initiatives like taxes and capping annual individual public assistance benefits that are likely to add to his resume as he nears an expected 2018 gubernatorial run.

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Mark Green: A nation of laws does not harbor criminals

America is a nation of laws. When laws are arbitrarily applied in some situations and not in others, clearly, it is not justice and there is no law.

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Mark Green defends bill called 'thin veneer' for discrimination

Democrats and Republicans in the Tennessee legislature and cities across the state are questioning a controversial bill they say is the first step down a path toward empowering discrimination and could keep cities "constantly" in court.

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As Corker weighs third Senate term, Green and Carr seriously consider challenges

Political troubles from the hard right may be multiplying at home for U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., with a sitting Republican state senator nominated earlier this year by President Donald Trump for U.S. Army Secretary as well as a one-time state lawmaker both taking a hard look at challenging the former Chattanooga mayor.

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Mark Green won't challenge Corker; will help Christians enter public life

Tennessee state Sen. Mark Green says he won't run against Republican U.S. Sen. Bob Corker next year and instead will devote his energy to a new nonprofit group he hopes will prepare Christian conservatives for politics and governing.

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Mark Green undecided about Tennessee governor's race after withdrawing Army secretary nomination

State Sen. Mark Green, who last week withdrew his nomination to serve as President Donald Trump's Army secretary, said Monday he is still thinking about whether to continue his bid for governor.

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Mark Green to decide on entering 2018 race for governor by Memorial Day

Sen. Mark Green will make a decision by Memorial Day as to whether to continue his effort to run for governor, the Clarksville Republican told the USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee on Monday.

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Frustrated with Bob Corker, conservatives urge Mark Green to run for U.S. Senate

A group of conservatives are encouraging Sen. Mark Green to run for the seat held by U.S. Sen. Bob Corker in 2018.

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State Sen. Mark Green to run for congressional seat U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn is vacating

Tennessee state Sen. Mark Green will run for Congress, reversing a previous decision not to seek higher office this year in light of U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn's own run for the U.S. Senate.

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6 COMMENTARY: Veteran says Green's positions too extreme for seat in Congress

After being blown up by a bomb on my third deployment to Iraq, I had to decide where I would live. This Yankee chose Clarksville.

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