Bill To Prevent Local Governments From Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passes In Tennessee Senate, Progresses In House

A Bill To Prevent Cities And Municipalities In Tennessee From Establishing Or Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passed In The State Senate On Thursday And Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The House Criminal Justice Committee Early Next Week.

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Were These 16 GOP State Senators Wrong On The Covid-19 Vaccine?

Two And Half Years Ago, 16 Out Of 27 Tennessee GOP Senators Signed A Letter Endorsing And Pushing An “Emergency Use Authorized” Covid-19 Vaccine That Never Provided What Federal And State Officials Were Pitching At The Time – Immunity To The Virus.

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Bill Filed To Prohibit Foreign-Party-Controlled Business From Owning Land In Tennessee

Last Year, Tennessee Legislators Passed A Bill Into Law That Attempted To Restrict Foreign Ownership Of State Property. This Year, Senator Art Swann Is Bringing A Bill To Take This A Step Further.

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Tennessee Legislature Opens With New House Gallery Policy Restricting Access

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Operating With New Access Rules That Restrict The Public’s Entrance Into Upstairs Galleries As The Legislature Opens The 2024 Session, Even As It Is Set To Take Up Several Critical Bills Such As The Governor’s School Voucher “Scholarships” Plan.

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Republican Senator Wants Special Session To Restrict Military-Type Firearms

State Sen. Art Swann Reportedly Considers Himself A Gun Enthusiast, But He Believes This Special Session Of The Legislature Should Be Used To Restrict Heavy Firepower.

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Bill To Give Party Chairs The Power To Certify Presidential Candidates In Tennessee According To Bona Fide Standard Moves To Floor

Yesterday In The House Local Government Committee, A Bill That Would Transfer A Power Never Had Before By A State Political Party’s Chair – Certifying The Party’s Candidate For President – Was Passed By A Practically Unanimous Vote.

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Bill To Transfer Secretary Of State Power To State Party Chair Heads To House Committee

This Week, A Bill That Would Transfer A Power Never Wielded Before By A State Political Party’s Chair Will Be Heard Before The House Local Government Committee.

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Republican Senators Take Issue With Tennesseans Rights To Religious Exemptions Enshrined In State Constitution

A Bill Aimed At Codifying The Constitutional Rights Of Tennesseans To Decline Vaccines For Religious Reasons In The Private Sector Failed In The Senate Commerce And Labor Subcommittee Yesterday.

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Blount County Conservative Coalition Pushes For Tennessee Law To Define Gender By Biological Sex

On November 21st, The Largest Conservative Grassroots Organization In Blount County, TN Adopted A Resolution Asking The Tennessee Legislature To Officially And By Law Define Gender By Biological Sex.

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Conservative Republican Mark Pulliam To Be Write-In For SEC District 2

Conservative East Tennessean Mark Pulliam Filed As A Write-In Yesterday For The District 2 Tennessee Republican Party’s State Executive Committee (SEC) And His Name Will Appear On The Ballot On August 4th, 2022.

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