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Gentry tells judges citizens have right to address general assembly

Judicial reform activist John Gentry of Goodlettsville, Tenn., demands Jan. 4, 2023, a writ of mandamus to compel the speaker of the house of representatives in Tennessee to make way for citizens to come to the floor of the assembly to declare their grievances with government, which are many and are growing in number. Janet Kleinfelter of the AG’s office, he declares, ”says the constitution is not clear. The constitution is not clear? That would make it void for vagueness. The constitution is not vague. It is clear. We have a right to address those who are invested with the powers of government. The rules sa petitions are presented by petitioners themselves.”

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