House Passes Bill That Would Require Expense Reports From Non-Profits 60 Days Before Elections

In An 87 To 3 Vote, With 5 Representatives Abstaining, A Bill That Would Require Non-Profits To Report All Expenditures Of 60 Days Prior To Elections Was Passed By The Tennessee House.

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Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity & 4 Other Bills To Follow

Republican-Led Bills With Subjects Ranging From Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity, Penalties For Sexual Predators To E-Verify, And Vehicle Sales Tax Exemption For Members Of The Tennessee National Guard Are All Soon-To-Be Up For Debate In The Tennessee General Assembly.

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Status Of The 2nd Amendment And 2022 Legislative Session In Tennessee

Tennessee Firearms Association Is Releasing Interviews With State Legislative Members Regarding The Status Of The 2nd Amendment In Tennessee And The 2022 Legislative Session.

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Senate Bills Surface For TN Special Session On Medical Freedom

Proposed Legislation Continues To Emerge In Advance Of The Tennessee Legislature’s Covid-19 Special Session, Including Six Senate Bills That Were Filed Tuesday.

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Right To Work Committee Announces Leadership In All TN Counties

The Yes On 1 Committee Has Announced Its Regional And Local Leadership Team, Naming A County Chairman In All 95 Tennessee Counties. Yes On 1 Will Advocate For Amendment 1 To Place Right-To-Work In The Tennessee Constitution, Which Will Appear On The Ballot On November 8, 2022. Right-To-Work Says That Tennesseans Cannot Be Forced To Join A Union And Pay Dues In Order To Get Or Keep Their Job.

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Proposed Legislation Would Prevent Anonymous Child Abuse Reporting

Legislators In Tennessee Are Considering A Change In The Way Reporting Of Child Abuse And Neglect Is Handled In The State By Requiring Reporters To Identify Themselves And Also Allowing Those Who Are Accused To Petition The Court For That Information.

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Tennesseans Are Concerned About Mandates, Federal Actions & State Rights [ Interview with Representative Clay Doggett ]

In this interview with Clay Doggett, State Representative for District 70, we discuss how Conservatives feel about the current state of affairs in our state and what citizens can do to affect change.
We also discuss the 10th Amendment and nullification and delve into why state lawmakers are so willing to relinquish Tennessee’s powers to the Federal Government and why have we never seen nullification used when blatantly unconstitutional mandates or laws enacted.
In addition, we discuss the legal challenges the recent permitless carry bill is facing and the letter Doggett just released on ATF rule changes.

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TN GOP Asks Governor & Attorney General To Oppose New ATF Gun Law Rules

Over Forty Members Of The Tennessee Legislature Have Signed A Letter Requesting Governor Bill Lee And Attorney General Herbert Slatery Use Their Legal And Executive Power To Resist Two Proposed Rules From The Federal Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, And Explosives.

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