NASHVILLE — The only way now to get on the Tennessee Supreme Court is through the governor or, eight years later, the voters in a retention election.
But if a constitutional amendment on the ballot, known as Amendment 2, passes in November, certain things will remain the same, but other things will change.
The most major tweak — state legislators will have more of a say over who gets on the court, supporters say.
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