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Penske Workers Petition To Remove Union In Tennessee & Minnesota

Penske Truck Rental Workers In Both Tennessee And Minnesota Filed Petitions To Have The International Association Of Machinists Union Removed From Power At Locations In Nashville And Minneapolis.

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NO TRIAL: Senate Democrats Quickly Dismiss Impeachment Articles Against Mayorkas

Within 20 Minutes Of Convening To Hold An Impeachment Trial Of Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Democrats In The Senate Steamrolled Through Motions And Voted To Dismiss The First Article Of Impeachment Brought Against Him.

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Child Rapist Death Penalty Bill Revived In Tennessee House After Being Placed “Behind Budget”

A Bill To Allow For The Death Penalty As Punishment For Child Rapists In Tennessee Has Been Revived In The House Of Representatives After Being Placed “Behind The Budget” In The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee Back In February.

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Year-Round Boarding Schools Bill For Tennessee’s “At-Risk” Youth Funded, Scheduled For House Floor Vote

A Bill To Create Year-Round Boarding Schools Or “Opportunity Public Charter Schools” For “At-Risk” Youth In Tennessee Has Been Pulled From Behind The Governor’s Budget And Has Been Scheduled For A Vote On The House Floor On April 18th.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Improve Process Of Removing “Squatters” From Property

The Tennessee House Has Passed A Bill That Protects The Rights Of Property Owners Against “Squatters.”

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Tennessee GOP Removes 14 Republicans From State Ballot For U.S. House, Senate Races

Tennessee’s Republican Party Officials Removed Several Candidates From The August Primary Ballot After Questions Were Raised About Whether They Were “Bona Fide” Party Members, Leaving Several Seats Unopposed.

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Tennessee Senate Education Chair Says Voucher Agreement Is Needed By Week’s End For Passage This Session

The Tennessee Senate’s Education Committee Chairman Is Predicting The School Voucher Bill Won’t Pass This Year If An Agreement Isn’t Reached By The End Of The Week With The House And Senate Seemingly Unwilling To Budge On Conflicting Plans.

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Tennessee NIL Bill To Match AG’s Lawsuit Heads To Gov. Lee

A Bill To Change Tennessee’s College Athletics Name, Image And Likeness Rules To Match A Lawsuit Against The National Collegiate Athletic Association From Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Passed The House Late Tuesday And Will Next Head To Gov. Bill Lee For His Signature.

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