Tennessee State Rep. Curry Todd Lived Rent-Free in Nashville Home of Lobbyist Chuck Welch

SHAMEFUL:  The Tennessean reports state Rep. Curry Todd (R) from Collierville “lived rent-free for an undisclosed amount of time in the expensive Nashville home of a prominent lobbyist in 2011.”

“The lobbyist, Chuck Welch, regularly worked on legislative issues that passed through the House State and Local Government Committee, which Todd chaired until he was removed in late 2011. That came after Todd, who had sponsored legislation allowing guns in places that serve alcohol, was arrested on DUI and gun charges in October 2011.”

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 Tennessee State Rep. Curry Todd Lived Rent Free in Nashville Home of Lobbyist Chuck Welch
Janet Shan is a freelance journalist and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette, who is working on her first novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay.