The Tennessee Supreme Court suspended the law license of former Republican State Sen. Brian Kelsey after he pleaded guilty to two charges of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and aiding and abetting the acceptance of excessive contributions stemming from a failed 2016 congressional bid, the court’s Board of Professional Responsibility announced last week.

Kelsey, 44, practiced in Shelby County, and was first elected to the Tennessee General Assembly in 2004. He later ran for the District 31 and won reelection in 2010. He was the first legislator in state history to successfully sponsor three constitutional amendments.

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