Giving the Power Back to the People – Bills Filed to Fight Vaccine Mandates in Tennessee (Update 1.27.23)

Rep. Bryan Richey Has Introduced Two Immunization Bills In The Tennessee House Of Representatives That Would Effectively Put Certain Medical Freedoms And Decisions Back Into The Hands Of Tennesseans.

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Legislation That Could Make Term Limits A Reality In TN Receives Senate Sponsor Just Days Before Filing Deadline

Due To The Strident And Overwhelming Call For Term Limits By Those Who Voted For And Sent Representative Richey To The Hill That He Has Endeavored To Obtain The Sponsorship Our State Laws Require For Any Bill To Move Through The Legislative Process. Fortunately, Richey Found A Willing Partner In Senator Pody, And The Legislation Will Have An Opportunity To Possibly Become Law.

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Emergency Powers Bill Update: Changes Will Remove Governor’s Ability To Re-Issue Orders

New Legislation Filed Yesterday Replaces HB0189 With HB0422 That Removes The Governor’s Ability To Re-Issue The Same Order Once The Order Has Expired. Additionally, The New Version Of The Bill Changes The Process For Renewal To A House Joint Resolution, Versus The Passage Of Legislation.

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Repealing “Emergency” Powers, Transparency Disappointment, Foreign Nationals As TN Cops, Fight Against Big Tech, Closing Primaries & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• New Bill Would Remove Governor’s Unilateral Ability To Extend Emergency Powers
• Tennesseans Hoping For More Transparency During Legislative Session May Be Disappointed
• Legislation Filed To Limit Foreign Ownership Of Tennessee Property
• TN House GOP Leader Files Bill To Remove Critical Criteria For Local Law Enforcement Applicants
• Tennessee Information Protection Act Would Guard Residents Personal Data From Abuse By Big Tech
• Social Media Common Carrier Bill Reintroduced In Tennessee Senate
• Bills Filed By Freshman Conservative Lawmaker Take Aim at Term Limits And Securing Primary Elections For Tennessee
• Tennessean’s Healthcare Options Limited By Certificate-Of-Need Laws Says New Report

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New Bill Would Remove Governor’s Unilateral Ability To Extend Emergency Powers

A New Bill Filed By Freshman Lawmaker Bryan Richey Will Attempt To Tackle The Issue Of Executive Powers By The Governor, And Their Use In The Case Of A State Of Emergency.

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Bills Filed By Freshman Conservative Lawmaker Take Aim at Term Limits And Securing Primary Elections For Tennessee

Newly Elected Lawmaker To The Tennessee House Of Representatives Bryan Richey Has Filed New Bills And A House Joint Resolution To Tackle The Key Issues Of Term Limits For Local Officials And Official Party Registration To Help Secure Primary Elections In Tennessee.

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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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Mayor Glenn Jacobs & Gary Humble To Speak At Fundraising Kickoff For Candidate Bryan Richey

A Fundraising Kickoff Event Will Be Held In Maryville On September 27th To Support The Campaign Of Bryan Richey For The Tennessee House, District 20. Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs And Gary Humble From Tennessee Stands Are Slated As Guest Speakers.

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Blount County Residents Make Amends [Op-Ed]

Parents And Community Members Quickly Realized We Had Been Apathetic In Protecting The Interests Of Our Students And Community In And Around The Spring Of 2021. Small Groups Were Forming, And Those Seeking Truth And Community Found Affirmation Among Them.
Residents Were Passive And Guilty Of Believing We Were Beyond The Reach Of The Neo-Liberal Agenda And Propaganda. We Didn’t Make Time To Exercise Our Civic Duty. Some Of Us Didn’t Comprehend The Consequences Of Our Quiescence. We Are Making Amends For Our Naiveté At The Polls And Will Continue To In 2024.

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