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1. McLaughlin Joins Inferno as Senior Copywriter -

Trish McLaughlin has joined inferno as senior copywriter. In her new role, McLaughlin supervises the copywriting department, pairing up writers with art directors and project teams, and reviewing copy for message, voice and strategic focus. In addition, she coaches young writers in strategic thinking, concepting, editing and presenting.

2. Tenn.'s 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Advances in House -

NASHVILLE (AP) – A proposal that seeks to ban Tennessee public schools from teaching about gay issues advanced in the House on Wednesday despite opponents who say the measure could be harmful to gays.

3. Conservation Group Releases Ratings of State Lawmakers -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Democratic Sens. Beverly Marrero and Rosalind Kurita tied for the top score in the Tennessee Conservation Voters' annual ratings of lawmakers released Monday.

Kurita, of Clarksville, and Marrero, of Memphis, each scored 11 points on the group's scale based on votes cast on selected legislation affecting the environment.

4. Memphis Charter Commission: Don't Expect the Usual Stumping and Posturing From These Candidates -

Backers of the Memphis Charter Commission have a few people they'd like you to meet.

Earlier this month, they unveiled the slate of candidates they're promoting for this fall, the idea behind which is to help voters winnow down the field of more than 30 charter commission candidates to seven. That's the number of charter commissioners who will be elected Aug. 3, when voters also go to the polls to choose members of Congress, to judges and state legislators.