Texas Ramps Up Oil Production As Gas Prices Reach New Record High

As The Biden Administration Doubles Down On Its Policies Restricting Domestic Oil And Gas Production And Promoting Green Energy, Texas Is Ramping Up Production And Hiring People To Work In The Industry.

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Mayor Kelly Disregards City Ordinances While Turning Chattanooga Into Homeless Magnet

The Decision To Create A Sanctioned Homeless Encampment In Chattanooga Comes On The Heels Of The City’s Poor Record Of Enforcing Existing Ordinances Regarding Panhandling, Trespassing, Loitering And Littering.

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Tennessee’s New Residency Election Law Is Unconstitutional

The New Residency Requirement Is Unconstitutional And Undemocratic. The U.S. Constitution Sets Forth Eligibility Requirements For The U.S. House. Under Article I, Section 2, A Representative Must Have Been A U.S. Citizen For At Least Seven Years, At Least 25 Years Old, And Must Live In The State They Represent. Neither Congress, Nor A State May Impose Additional Eligibility Office Requirements.
Considering The Law Is Notoriously Unlawful, Voters Can’t Help Wondering What Suddenly Inspired The Tennessee General Assembly To Add This Blatantly Illegal Requirement To The State’s Eligibility Rules For National Elections? The Answer Is More Obvious Than Finding Fleas On A Tennessee Hound Dog!

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Military Tassels Banned At Jefferson County High School Graduation Ceremony

After Nearly A Week Of Fact-Seeking To Help Concerned Citizens Get To The Bottom Of An Issue Concerning The Wearing Of Military Tassels At The Jefferson County High School Graduation Ceremony, Questions Remain Unanswered.

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Lee Says No Timeline Set For School Choice Voucher Initiative

After Receiving The News That The Tennessee Supreme Court Ruled In His Favor, Governor Bill Lee Says He Still Does Not Have A Set Timeline For The Initial Start Of His Long-Awaited School Voucher Program.

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Local Tax Dollars Fund Majority Of Tennessee K-12 School Capital Projects

During Legislative Budget Negotiations Earlier This Year, The Tennessee Senate Finance Committee Chairman Was Asked About The Legislature Removing $200 Million From Gov. Bill Lee’s Proposed Budget Amendment That Was Intended To Relocate School Buildings From Flood-Prone Areas. The Funding Was Not Approved But A New Report Shows That The Policy Is Consistent With Tennessee’s Recent Past.

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