print Tennessee state government has authority to regulate one group of people on the public roads, but not another. The regulatory power it has (arguably) is upon commerce within the state. But it does not have the constitutional authority to control, regulate and threaten private innocent activity on the public right of way that is not commercial and not for profit. By David Tulis Yet we all know differently. We all know that nothing can move on the public right of way unless it is licensed. This supposition is supported on every side. It starts with Bill Haslam and all … Continue reading Cabbies, haulers subject to state control; what about you, private user?
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