A Move Is Afoot For A Constitutional Amendment Shifting Tennessee’s Judicial And County Elections To November From August, A Situation That Some Fear Is An Effort To Further Consolidate Power And Could Confuse Voters.Read more
All Four Constitutional Amendments On The Tennessee Statewide Ballot, Including A Proposal To Put Right-To-Work Legislation Into The Constitution, Passed On Tuesday By A Wide Margin.Read more
Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative, Joins The Alex Abernathy Podcast To Discuss Tennessee Constitution Amendment #3, And An Upcoming Rally To Push For An End To Child Mutilation In Tennessee.
They Go On To Discuss The Possibility Of Children In Tennessee Identifying As “Furries” Being Allowed To Use The Restroom In Litter Boxes At School.
They Close By Discussing An Upcoming Event To Train Regular Tennesseans How To Become Citizen Lobbyists.
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Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November. Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions, The Proposed Amendments Will Appear On The Ballot Below The Candidates Running For The Governor’s Race.Read more
The Committee Advocating For A Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Said A Recent Poll Shows 64% Of Tennesseans Will Vote “Yes” To Add The Amendment To The State Constitution.Read more
The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.Read more
Plaintiffs Claim A State Regulation Allowing Union Organizers To Access Private Property For The Purpose Of Soliciting Support Violates The Fourth And Fifth U.S. Constitution Amendments.Read more
Legislation that would add Tennessee’s right-to-work law to the state constitution was filed Thursday by Sen. Brian Kelsey, preparing the proposed constitutional amendment to advance through the Tennessee Legislature for the required second time.Read more