Farm Groups Ask Biden To Secure Border, Enforce Immigration Laws

The Texas Farm Bureau And 50 Other State And National Farming Organizations Have Asked The Biden Administration To “Enforce Legal Immigration” After An Influx Of Illegal Immigration Resulted In A Crime Wave Impacting Ranchers And Farmers.

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Excessive Heat Warnings In West As 300,000 Acres Burn

More Than 30 Million People In Western States Are Under Excessive Heat Warnings And Advisories Monday, With Multiple Cities Hitting Record-High Triple-Digit Temperatures. As Of Sunday, More Than 300,000 Acres Have Burned In Six Western States.

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15 Governors Oppose Biden’s Executive Order On Conservation

Governors From 15 States Are Sounding The Alarm Over An Executive Order Issued By President Joe Biden Tasking His Administration To “Conserve” 30% Of All Land And Water In The U.S. By 2030.

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Texas Joins Coalition Seeking SCOTUS Clarity On 2nd Amendment Rights

Texas Has Joined 21 States Led By The Attorneys General Of Louisiana, Arizona And Montana In An Amicus Brief Filed With The U.S. Supreme Court. The Multistate Coalition Is Asking The Court To Uphold Hawaiians’ Second Amendment Rights To Bear Arms…

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Supreme Court Upholds States’ Efforts To Ensure Voter Integrity

The Supreme Court On Thursday Correctly Concluded That States Could Enact Commonsense And Necessary Protections To Ensure The Integrity Of Their Electoral Systems. States Like Georgia, Iowa And Florida Can Rest Assured That Specious Challenges To Their Legitimate Efforts To Guarantee The Sanctity Of The Vote Will Not Be Supported By Activist Judges.

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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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U.S. Senate Report Says Tennessee Economy Will Suffer From End Of Federal Unemployment Benefits

Critics Question A New Report From The U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee That Says Tennessee Will Miss Out On $486 Million Going Into Its Local Economy When Gov. Bill Lee Ends The State’s Participation In The Federal Unemployment Pandemic Relief Program.

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Migration Study Shows Big Cities Continue Losing Population

Americans In The First Quarter Of 2021 Continued Their 2020 Pattern Of Moving From Expensive, Densely Populated Areas To Warmer, More Tax-Affordable States, According To A New Study From Updater Technologies.

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Border Officials Fear Spikes In Overdose Deaths With Increased Drug Traffic

Texas Officials Said Thursday They’re Worried About Dramatic Spikes In Drug Overdose Deaths In Some Areas Of The State As Illegal Border Crossings And Drug Trafficking Have Picked Up Since President Joe Biden Took Office.

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Lee Hosts Live Town Hall With Hannity And GOP Governors

As A Part Of The Republican Governors Association Conference, Governor Bill Lee Hosted Town Hall Forum With Fox News Host Sean Hannity. Joining Them At The J.W. Marriott Hotel For The Live Taping Were Five Other GOP Governors From South Dakota, Iowa, New Hampshire, Arizona, And Florida.

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