Tennessee House Speaker-designate Beth Harwell says she's ready to help limit the role of government in our lives. The General Assembly should test that commitment on something hated by many members of the citizenry:
Now that Rep. Beth Harwell is the Republican nominee for Speaker of the House, she has gone to great pains to reassure her colleagues that there will be a conservative focus in the coming General Assembly-one that will focus, she has said, on insuring States' rights and limiting government control over small businesses and individuals in Tennessee. Perhaps as a show of seriousness with regard to the latter, Speaker Harwell might help advance legislation to limit or abolish so-called red light cameras in the State of Tennessee.
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