TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 Third Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

Tune in to the Third edition of The Tennessee Conservative’s BIG 7 for 2022!
1) Bill To Stop TN Taxpayer Education Funding Of Illegal Immigrants In Subcommittee
2) More Than 50,000 Illegal Immigrants Released Into U.S. Don’t Show Up For Court Hearings
3) Griffey Introduces Second Amendment Bill in Honor of Kyle Rittenhouse
4) University of Memphis Cancels Plan To Bribe Professors To Teach “Woke Activism”
5) U.S. Political Alignments Experienced Historic Shift In 2021
6) Warner Introduces VOTE Act To Determine 2020 Election Accuracy
7) Sanctity Of Human Life Sunday

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Hamilton County School Board Approves Teacher Stipends In Response To Staffing Shortages

As The Hamilton County School District Reports Rising Numbers Of Covid Cases In Schools, The School Board Is Attempting To Compensate Teachers For Extra Duties Incurred As A Result Of Staffing Shortages.

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Texas Doing Federal Government’s Job, Holding Line At U.S. Border

The Number Of Illegal Immigrants Apprehended At The Southern Border By The Texas Department Of Public Safety In The Past Year Has Somewhat Mitigated What Is Otherwise A Huge Problem Because The Biden Administration Is Failing To Enforce U.S. Immigration Laws, A Former U.S. Border Patrol Executive Says.

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Bill To Stop TN Taxpayer Education Funding Of Illegal Immigrants In Subcommittee

Tennessee State Rep. Bruce Griffey’s Bill That Would Allow Public Schools To Deny Enrollment And The State To Not Fund Education For Students Who Are Deemed To Be In The Country Illegally Has Made Its Way To The House K-12 Subcommittee.

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Tennessee Senate Approves Congressional, State Senate Redistricting Maps

The Tennessee Senate Approved Congressional And State Senate Redistricting Maps Thursday But Delayed A Vote On A State House Map Until Next Week.

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Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity & 4 Other Bills To Follow

Republican-Led Bills With Subjects Ranging From Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity, Penalties For Sexual Predators To E-Verify, And Vehicle Sales Tax Exemption For Members Of The Tennessee National Guard Are All Soon-To-Be Up For Debate In The Tennessee General Assembly.

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Nashville And Memphis Prevented From Mandating Masks

Leaders In Nashville And Memphis Are Once Again Eager To Mandate Masks For Their Cities, Despite Waning Numbers Of Cases, But Governor Bill Lee Says That A New Emergency Declaration Is Not Needed.

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