Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled – June 24, 2021 News Break

1) Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled
2) TN Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phone May Now Face Felony Charges
3) Harris To Visit Border Months After Appointment As Border Czar
4) Biden Unveils Gun Regulation And Crime Prevention Plan

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The Democrat’s Kamala Conundrum

When Harris Was Chosen As Biden’s VP There Was A Panic Media-Blitz To Remake Her. Media Hid Her Companionship With Willie Brown, Her Defiance Of Authority, Non-Compliance With The Courts And Her Support For Radical Left Laws. And No Major Media Outlet Vetted Her Background Or Her Qualifications. Democrats Went To Extremes To Shelter Kamala Harris And Protect Her From Everything That Could Taint Her Image.

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Multiple Guns Stolen From Hixson Pawn Shop

On Monday, June 21, Multiple Guns Were Stolen From A Pawn Shop In Hixson, Tennessee. Officials Are Still Searching For The Suspect, And Have Offered A $5,000 Reward For Any Information That Leads To An Arrest.

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Harris To Visit Border Months After Appointment As Border Czar

Vice President Kamala Harris And Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Will Visit The U.S.-Mexico Border On Friday, Harris’ First Trip There Since Illegal Border Crossings Began Spiking In January.

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Biden Unveils Gun Regulation And Crime Prevention Plan

Biden Has Released A Plan For More Gun Control Measures And Calls On Local Governments To Hire More Police Officers, A Departure In Rhetoric From Some In His Party Who Have Pressured Local Municipalities To “Defund” Or Cut Back On Police.

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Families May Now Defer Monthly IRS Payments For Major Tax Refund

The Federal Government Is Set To Begin Sending Out Monthly Checks To Millions Of Americans Next Month, But A New IRS Tool Will Allow Them To Defer The Payments For A Sizeable Tax Refund Next Year.

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New Poll Confirms Widespread Support For School Choice

A Majority Of Voters Support School Choice, A New Poll From Echelon Insights Shows.

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Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled

A Davidson County Judge Has Ruled That A July 27 Referendum Election On Six Proposed Changes To Nashville’s Metro Charter – Including One That Would Reduce Property Taxes – Will Not Happen.

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Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phones May Now Face Felony Charges

Tennessee Inmates In Possession Of A Cell Phone, Or Any Telecommunications Device While Inside A Penal Institution, May Be Charged With A Class E Felony, Effective July 1st, 2021.

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