Legislators Push For Ballot Question Move On Marijuana

After Years Of Marijuana Bills Being Kicked Around The General Assembly, Only To Be Booted, Two Lawmakers Are Hoping To Find Out Exactly What The Public Thinks About The Weed With A Ballot Initiative.

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DesJarlais Secures Over $175 Million In National Defense Funds For Tennessee

Congressman Scott DesJarlais From Tennessee Voted In Support Of The National Defense Authorization Act For Fiscal Year 2022. DesJarlais Secured Over $175 Million For Tennessee Based Projects.

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Biden Banking Nominee Withdraws After Bipartisan Criticism Over Her Ties To Marxism, Socialist Policies

President Joe Biden’s Controversial Nominee For Comptroller Of The Currency Has Withdrawn Her Candidacy Over Concerns About Her Ties To Socialist Policies And Allegations She Joined An Online Marxist Facebook Group.

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Legislation Introduced To Help Prevent Future Supply Chain Disruptions

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Several Colleagues From Both Sides Of The Aisle Introduced The Bipartisan, Bicameral National Manufacturing Extension Partnership Supply Chain Database Act.

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Tennessee Prepares for Redistricting With Help From The Public

As Tennessee Prepares To Redistrict, Lawmakers Are Trying To Make It A Fair Process. The State House Select Committee On Redistricting Is Using The Latest Information From The Census To Draw New Maps. This Will Lay The Boundaries For New Political Boundaries For The Congressional, State Senate, And State House Districts.

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Hagerty Aims To Help Out Lower-Income Performing Artists With Tax Credit

United States Senator Bill Hagerty Joined Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) In Introducing Legislation To Provide Much-needed Tax Relief To Working Artists By Updating The Qualified Performing Artist (QPA) Tax Deduction, Which Allows Certain Performing Artists To Deduct The Cost Of Expenses Incurred In The Course Of Their Employment.

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Blackburn & Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Honor 13 American Heroes Killed In Afghanistan

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn, Steve Daines (R-Mont.), And Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Have Introduced A Bipartisan Bill To Award Congressional Gold Medals To The 13 American Service Members Who Lost Their Lives During The Terrorist Attacks In Kabul, Afghanistan On August 26th.

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Infrastructure Bill Faces Obstacles As House Returns

The Fate Of A Federal Infrastructure Bill Appears Uncertain After Comments By Representatives From Both Parties On The Legislation As The House Returns To Session This Week.

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Legislation Introduced To Counter China’s Dominance In Pharmaceuticals

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Robert Menendez Introduced The Securing America’s Medicine Cabinet Act Of 2021 To Reduce America’s Dependence on China For Pharmaceutical Manufacturing. The Legislation Aims To Develop And Increase Pharmaceutical Workforce And Manufacturing Within The U.S. By Partnering With Universities Across The Country.

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Bipartisan Call For New ‘Border Czar’ As Immigration Crisis Grows

U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, And Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Are Asking President Joe Biden To Appoint Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson To A Special Executive Position To Manage The Border Crisis.

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