Tennessee Can Do More To Protect Medical Freedoms

Most People Know By Now That Our General Assembly Failed To Pass Sweeping Legislation To Protect The Liberties And Privacy Of Tennesseans From Vaccine Passports And Requirements. Largely Because Of Bill Lee’s Opposition, Effort After Effort To Secure Our Health Freedoms Failed To Gain Support In Our Legislature, Leaving Tennesseans Vulnerable To Vaccine Mandates By Businesses, Schools, And Non-Profits.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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Price Tag To Clean Up Tennessee Mines $126M

The Federal Government’s Abandoned Mine Land Fee Is Set To Expire In September, And The National Mining Association Contends $12 Billion Already Paid Into The Fund By Mining Companies To Address Issues At Abandoned Mine Sites Has Been Misused. In Tennessee…

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Flights of Migrant Children Smuggled Into Chattanooga Under Cloak Of Darkness

Wilson Air Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee Is Receiving Incoming Flights Under The Cloak Of Darkness With Planeloads Of Migrant Children.

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Tennessee’s Participation In Federal Unemployment Programs Will End In July

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Tuesday The State Will Stop Participating In Added Federal Unemployment Benefits In An Effort To Encourage Tennesseans On Unemployment To Start Working Again.

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Federal Judge Sides With Landlords, Vacates CDC’s Eviction Moratorium

A Federal Judge Wednesday Vacated A National Moratorium On Evictions Imposed By The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Following A Trend Of Rulings Issued By Other Federal Judges In Other States.

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TennCare Fraud Cases Decline In April, But Still Higher Than Average

The Number Of Reported Tenncare Fraud Cases Declined In April Down To Just Three For The Month From A Recent High Number Of 6 Cases In March. Despite The Drop By Half For April, The Number Is Still High Considering The Average.

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Amazon Clashes With Democratic Lawmakers Bankrolled By Its Own Employees

As Amazon Warehouse Employees In Alabama Fight To Unionize, The Company Is Brawling Online With Prominent Democratic Lawmakers Generously Bankrolled By Its Own Employees.

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21 Attorneys General Fear American Rescue Plan Could Hijack State Tax Policy

The Attorneys General Sent A Letter This Week To Treasury Secretary To Confirm That Provisions In The American Rescue Plan Do Not Attempt To Strip States Of Their Sovereign Authority. They Argue Language In The Act Is Too Broad And Could Be Interpreted As A Blanket Policy.

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11 States File Motion To Intervene In Immigrant Public Charge Rule

Eleven States Have Filed A Motion To Intervene In A Ninth Circuit Court Of Appeals Case Over Challenges To A 2018 Public Charge Rule Change That Required Immigrants Coming To The U.S. To Prove They Could Financially Support Themselves.

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