House To Consider $250B For Subsidies, Research To Compete With China

The U.S. House Will Consider A Wide-Ranging Bill Aimed At Accelerating American Technological Innovation In An Effort To Keep Pace With China, But Critics Have Raised Concerns About How To Pay For It.

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Governor Lee Signs Executive Order To End Public Health Orders

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Tuesday He Will End Statewide Public Health Orders Regarding The COVID-19 Pandemic And Shift The State Toward “Recovery.”

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8 States Have Enacted Laws Limiting Governors’ Emergency Powers Since Pandemic Onset

Since March 2020, 10 Bills In Eight States Have Been Signed Into Law That Are Aimed At Increasing Legislative Oversight Of Governors’ Emergency Powers.

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Tennessee Congressman Has Concerns Over Potential Terrorist Threats At Southern Border

U.S. Congressman Scott Desjarlais, Representing Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District, Believes That One Of The Most Pressing Issues At Hand Is The Threat Of Foreign Terrorists Entering The United States Through The Southern Border.

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TN Rep Proposes Extension Of Business Tax Break Incentives For Low-Income Communities

Part Of A New Economic Policy Initiative By Tim Burchett Is The Opportunity Zone Extension Act Of 2021, Which Would Add Two Years To The Current Opportunity Zones Program, Giving More Time For Investment In Communities Impacted By The Coronavirus Pandemic.

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Texas Joins Growing List Of States To Ban ‘Vaccine Passports’

Gov. Greg Abbott Issued An Executive Order Tuesday Prohibiting Texas State And Local Governments And Agencies From Implementing A ‘Vaccine Passport’ Requirement. To Date, 18 States Have Initiated Legislation Or Issued Executive Orders Banning Or Severely Restricting The Use Of Vaccine Passports And Prohibiting Discrimination Based On Vaccine Status.

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Tennessee Offering Additional Pandemic Support To Child Care Agencies

The Tennessee Department Of Human Services Is Once Again Partnering With The Community Foundation Of Middle Tennessee To Provide Needed Support So Tennessee’s Child Care Agencies Can Remain Open And Operational During The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 23, 2021

1) Keeping Boys Out of Girls Bathroom Is Priority for Advancing TN Bill
2) Biden’s Immigrant Floods Cause Gov. Abbott to Direct More State Resources for Border Crisis
3) Missing Elderly Citizens to Be Found Faster Through New TN Law 4) Gov. Bill Lee Calls on Faith Community to Partner in Adoption
5) More than $4 Billion to Go to Illegal Immigrants through Biden Stimulus Checks
6) Low Literacy Rates & Academic Gaps In Hamilton County to Be Highlighted in Podcast

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