Nearly 8,700 Criminals Arrested At Southern Border In Past 10 Months, Including Repeat Sex Offenders

Over The Past 10 Months, U.S. Customs And Border Patrol Agents Have Arrested 8,691 Known Criminals Who Have Entered The U.S. Illegally Through The Southern Border. Combined, They Have Committed 12,685 Crimes In The U.S., According To Federal Data.

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Critics Denounce New CDC Guidelines Urging Mask Usage, Vaccine Or Not

The CDC Changed Course Tuesday, Reversing Its Previous COVID-19 Guidance By Urging Americans To Wear Masks, Regardless Of Their Vaccination Status. Critics Quickly Denounced The Reversal, Saying It Undermines Vaccine Confidence.

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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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States Join Coalition To Stop California From Setting U.S. Automotive Standards

A Coalition Of 16 States Is Urging The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency To Not Reinstate A Waiver Allowing California To Implement Its Own Carbon Emissions Standards That Essentially Regulate The Automotive Industry For The Rest Of The U.S.

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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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Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge To Obamacare On Technicality

Supreme Court Ruled In Favor Of Upholding The Affordable Care Act In The Case, California V. Texas, Citing A Lack Of Legal Standing By Texas And The Other Plaintiffs.
The High Court, However, Did Leave The Door Open To Future Challenges.

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Tennessee Can Do More To Protect Medical Freedoms

Most People Know By Now That Our General Assembly Failed To Pass Sweeping Legislation To Protect The Liberties And Privacy Of Tennesseans From Vaccine Passports And Requirements. Largely Because Of Bill Lee’s Opposition, Effort After Effort To Secure Our Health Freedoms Failed To Gain Support In Our Legislature, Leaving Tennesseans Vulnerable To Vaccine Mandates By Businesses, Schools, And Non-Profits.

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