Save the Date, Turn On the Magnets, Incumbent Protection, Corporate Welfare & Mo’… TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest!

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#1 – Governor Lee Signs Bipartisan Bill That Opens Door For Non-U.S. Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses In TN – https://bit.ly/3vV7Pw0

#2 – Social Media Censorship Bill Dead For Lack Of Funding, Half Billion To Be Spent On Titan’s Stadium – https://bit.ly/3kmknXX

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#3 – TN Legislature Approves Davidson County Hotel Tax To Help Pay For New Titans Stadium – https://bit.ly/3F4wd2f

#4 – Tennessee Legislators Send Campaign Finance Bill to Conference Committees – https://bit.ly/3OLqi6C

#5 – Dissatisfaction With Biden Presidency To Blame For Poor Democratic Voter Turnout? – https://bit.ly/3vNVidE

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#6 – School Teacher Confirms On Camera That CRT Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools – https://bit.ly/3s37SVj

#7 – Tennessee Act Orders That Drunk Drivers Pay Child Support To Victims Children – https://bit.ly/3vvq6RD

2 thoughts on “Save the Date, Turn On the Magnets, Incumbent Protection, Corporate Welfare & Mo’… TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest!

  • April 29, 2022 at 8:48 pm
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    I called and ask gov lee to veto bill!

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  • April 29, 2022 at 11:06 pm
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    Number 1 on the list above specifically says non-US citizens with right to work in US. In effect, if specifically prohibits illegal aliens to get a professional license. Does anyone have an opinion on this bill? Not that it matters, since it’s already been signed by the governor.

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