New Panel Approved To Hear TN Constitutional Complaints

Tennessee Legislators Have Passed A Plan To Alter The Way Judges Hear Constitutional Complaints Against State Laws. Legislation Creating New Panels Consisting Of Three Judges Made It Through The House And Senate With Strong Support.

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TN Legislature Takes Steps To Lift Restrictions Limiting Access To Quality, Affordable Healthcare

The TN Senate Passed A Bill That Will Reform State Laws Surrounding Certificate Of Need For Healthcare Providers. According To The State Health Department, the CON Program Seeks To Deliver Improvement In Access, Quality And Cost Savings Through Orderly Growth Management Of The State’s Health Care System.

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Lakeside Elementary To Be Repurposed As K-12 Magnet School For CSLA

The Hamilton County Commission Voted On A Resolution To Approve Funding For A Project To Repurpose Lakeside Elementary Into A K-12 Magnet School.

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Anthony Brian Logan To Speak At McMinn County Republican Party Summer BBQ Luncheon

The McMinn County Republican Party Will Host Its Summer BBQ Luncheon On June 19 In Athens. The Event Will Be Led By Guest Speaker Anthony Brian Logan, A Globally Syndicated Conservative Political Commentator Who Has Made Several Press Appearances On Networks Including C-SPAN, Newsmax, RT, The Blaze TV And More.

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Proposed TN Constitutional Amendment Allows Prisoner Labor Without It Being Considered Slavery

The Tennessee House Has Approved A Proposed Constitutional Amendment That Would Change The State Constitution’s Wording To Allow For Prisoners To Work Without It Being Considered Slavery.

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New Report Shows Failure Of Biden-Proposed Heavy-Handed Internet Regulation

A New Report Debunks Claims That The Heavily Regulated Internet Of The European Union Has Resulted In A Superior Experience For Its Consumers. Instead, That Study Finds That The U.S. Bests The EU In Both Broadband Deployment And Adoption, Showing That The Lighter Touch Approach Has Yielded Better Results.

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TN Resident Nikki Goeser Testifies Before U.S. Senate About Unintended Consequences Of Red Flag Laws And Other Gun Control Laws

Nikki Goeser Testified Before The U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee On The Constitution About Her Concerns With Red Flag Laws And How Gun-Control Laws Can Have Unintended Consequences That Can Impact Good People. Nikki Explains How Victims Of Violent Crime Could End Up Flagged And Unable To Protect Themselves, Compounding Their Fears And What Is Already A Very Difficult Situation For Them.

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Republicans Push For Answers After Finding Teachers Unions Influenced CDC Guidance On School Reopenings

A Controversy Involving Teachers Unions, The White House And Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Guidance On Reopening Schools Has Sparked An Inquiry From Congressional Republicans.

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