Lee Chairs Right To Work Amendment While Tiptoeing On Ford Question

Gov. Bill Lee Will Chair A Yes On 1 Campaign To Put The State’s Right To Work Law In The Tennessee Constitution, But When It Comes To Ford Motor Co., The Governor Won’t Say Whether He’ll Actively Campaign Against Unionization At The West Tennessee Plant Scheduled To Open In 2025.

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Ford Announces Mandate That Will Apply To Blue Oval City Employees

All Ford Motor Co. Salaried Employees Have Until December 8th To Get Fully Vaccinated For Covid-19. If A Medical Or Religious Exemption Is Not Granted Before That Date, They Will Be Placed On Unpaid Leave With Job Protection For Up To A Maximum Of 30 Days.

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Why I Voted Red For The Blue Oval City

Literally Changing The Local Landscape, The Blue Oval City Will Usher In Businesses Such As Hotels, Restaurants, Plus The New Construction Of Tennessee College Of Applied Technology (40m) To Train The Estimated Workforce (5,800) To Build Electric Trucks And The Batteries Needed To Operate These Electric Trucks. Who Wouldn’t Want This In Their District? Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, Why Would Anyone Vote “Red” No For The Blue Oval City? After Deliberate And Thoughtful Review Of The Facts Before Me Alongside With The Current Challenges Facing Tennessee’s Citizens, I Cast A “Red” No Vote For The Following Reasons…

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K-12 Education Funding Report Highlights Tennessee System Failures

A New Report From Tennessee Nonprofit State Collaborative On Reforming Education (Score) Shows The State Would Be One Of Nearly 40 Others To Adopt A Student-Based Funding Formula If That Is The End Result Of The State’s Review Of Its K-12 Public Education Formula, The Basic Education Program (Bep).

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee! – Oct 22 Edition

1) House Republicans Tackle Medical Freedom Bill During Special Session On Ford Megasite
2) Legislature Approves Ford’s Blue Oval City; Gov. Lee Added To Megasite Board
3) A Mother’s Plea For Justice For Students In Isolation At Williamson County Schools
4) Tennessee Doctors Who Challenge Consensus May Lose License
5) DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Bar Texas From Enforcing New Abortion Law
6) Holiday Blues? Economic Challenges Threaten Season With Delays, Shortages & Price Hikes
7) Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Will Not Seek Reelection

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Legislature Approves Ford’s Blue Oval City, Largest Investment In State History

With Some Members Calling It A “Metamorphic Moment” For West Tennessee, The Legislature Approved A $900 Million Incentive Package For Ford Motor Co. And, Despite Criticism, Created A Board With Broad Powers To Oversee The Project.

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TN House Announces Parameters For Medical Freedoms Special Session

Yesterday Afternoon, October 18, 2021, House Speaker Cameron Sexton Released The Parameters Of The Topics To Be Discussed At A Special Session On Medical Freedoms Slated To Follow Lee’s Special Session To Discuss The Funding Of The Ford Megasite In Memphis.

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Stockard On The Stump: Welcome To The Green New Deal, Tennessee

Lawmakers Across The State Are Cheering The Blue Oval City Plan For The Memphis Regional Megasite, A Ford-SK Innovation Project To Build Electric Trucks And Batteries That Will Transform Southwest Tennessee.

But The $5.6 Billion Project, Which Will Lead To 5,800 Jobs, Comes With Some Teeth Grinding And Eye Rolling As Well.

In Other Words, To Land This Deal For Another Auto Manufacturer, State Leaders Are Having To Play Friendly With A Company Clearly Embracing President Joe Biden’s Green New Deal And The United Auto Workers.

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Lee Calls Special Session For Ford Plant, Will Not Discuss Mask Mandates

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Thursday He Is Calling A Special Session Oct. 18 For Legislators To Discuss Planning For Ford’s Blue Oval City At The Memphis Regional Megasite. The Special Session, Lee Said, Will Not Discuss Mask Mandates In The State’s Schools.

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