Resolution would let voters decide if they want elected general assembly to choose their state attorney general

The resolution calls for the AG to be elected to a four-year term.  It also provides that the AG be 30 years of age or older, a citizen of the United States, an attorney duly licensed in Tennessee and a resident of the state for at least seven years preceding the election.  Under the measure, appointment would be made by joint vote of both houses of the General Assembly.

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