Week in Review – August 24, 2013

On August 24, 2013, in News 2013, by Mark Norris

On Monday evening, I was invited to the Northeast Shelby Republican Club in Bartlett to give a presentation on the legislative process and how laws are made. Over 110 people participated.

Mark addressing the Northeast Shelby Republican Club in Bartlett

Mark addressing the Northeast Shelby Republican Club in Bartlett

Glen Mullins of Bartlett told about the bill he had me sponsor and how it became law.

Glen Mullins of Bartlett told about the bill he had me sponsor and how it became law.

Many attentive Scouts as we discussed the legislative process.

Many attentive Scouts as we discussed the legislative process.

Scouts "get it."

Scouts “get it.”

We demonstrated the State General Assembly website and replayed archived video of Glen Mullins' bill as I presented it in Committee in Nashville.

We demonstrated the State General Assembly website and replayed archived video of Glen Mullins’ bill as I presented it in Committee in Nashville.

 

Glen Mullins with Governor Haslam as his bill is signed into law. And that's how laws are made.

Glen Mullins with Governor Haslam as his bill is signed into law. And that’s how laws are made.

On Tuesday, we opened the Wolf River Boulevard in Germantown. I campaigned for this road as a candidate for County Commission almost 20 years ago, and it took that long to finish! As Senate Majority Leader, I passed the legislation making it a reality.

Wolf River Boulevard. The Grand Finale!

Wolf River Boulevard. The Grand Finale!

Many generations celebrate the opening of Wolf River Boulevard.

Many generations celebrate the opening of Wolf River Boulevard.

 Wolf River 2-mile extension now open to traffic (video)

Lots of interest in the opening of Wolf River Boulevard.

Lots of interest in the opening of Wolf River Boulevard.

Wolf River Blvd Opening Ceremony

Wolf River Blvd Opening Ceremony

Addressing Tipton County Constituents at "We the People" in Covington, Tn. Restoring the Republic is a recurring theme.

Addressing Tipton County Constituents at “We the People” in Covington, Tn. Restoring the Republic is a recurring theme.

Listening to concerns in Covington.

Listening to concerns in Covington.

We mean what it says! Well received at "We the People."

We mean what it says! Well received at “We the People.”

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