Legislature Passes Late Night COVID Omnibus Bill; Allows Ford To Require Masks

The Legislature Backpedaled On Covid-19 Bills Just Enough Early Saturday To Pass A Comprehensive Measure And Still Placate Companies Such As Ford, Which Is To Receive A $900 Million Incentive Package To Build An Electric Truck And Battery Plant In West Tennessee.

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Why I Voted Red For The Blue Oval City

Literally Changing The Local Landscape, The Blue Oval City Will Usher In Businesses Such As Hotels, Restaurants, Plus The New Construction Of Tennessee College Of Applied Technology (40m) To Train The Estimated Workforce (5,800) To Build Electric Trucks And The Batteries Needed To Operate These Electric Trucks. Who Wouldn’t Want This In Their District? Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, Why Would Anyone Vote “Red” No For The Blue Oval City? After Deliberate And Thoughtful Review Of The Facts Before Me Alongside With The Current Challenges Facing Tennessee’s Citizens, I Cast A “Red” No Vote For The Following Reasons…

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Ford Wines & Dines Lawmakers For Access To Your Tax Dollars

To Celebrate The Sweetheart $884 Million Deal Ford Motor Company Is Getting From Tennessee For The Construction Of The Ford Electric Truck Plant In Memphis, Members Of The Tennessee General Assembly Were Invited To Attend An Event On Monday Night, October 18th At The Hermitage Hotel In Nashville.

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Top 7 News Stories Of The Week For Conservatives In Tennessee!

1) Senator Shane Reeves Says Special Session On Medical Freedom Is Not Needed
2) Knox County Schools Only Allow Two Exemptions To Mask Mandate
3) Metro Nashville Public Schools Host Mandatory Transgender Training For School Administrators
4) Republicans Blast FBI For Targeting Outspoken Parents At School Board Meetings
5) Biden Ignores Border Crisis Meeting Request; GOP Governors Propose Their Own Solutions
6) New DHS Guidelines State Entering U.S. Illegally Is Not Enough To Be Arrested
7) Hamilton County Schools Recommended Reading Exposes Children To Damaging Content, Ideologies

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Is Tennessee Putting Its Values On The Altar Of Economic Growth?

Have You Heard The Mantra Regurgitated In Almost Every Press Release Of GOP Establishment Leaders? Or Take A Look At Their Twitter Feed Lately?
You’ll Find The Phrase, “We Are Pro-business.” And Honestly, That Sounds Good, Right? I Mean, What Conservative Would Be Against Business Growth Or Want To See Businesses Stifled Under Burdensome Government Regulation? So, In Those Terms, Pro-Business Makes Sense.
But Lately, That Phrase Is Beginning To Take On A Whole New Meaning For Me, And Not In A Good Way. Why? Because We Are Witnessing The Ever-increasing Power Of Large Global Corporations That Influence Policy In Our State That Do Not Necessarily Align With Tennessee Values.

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Sexton & McNally Call for Special Session on Medical Freedom! – TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest

1) Sexton & McNally Call for Special Session on Medical Freedom – Ford Corporate Welfare Plan Sets Stage
2) 26 Governors Call On Biden To End Border Crisis…
3) Knox Kids Isolated, Segregated For Refusing Masks
4) Right To Life Group Responds To Planned Parenthood Rally With Prayer
5) Segregated TN Kids In School Isolation Mistreated, Not Receiving Proper Education
6) Federal Judges Rule Against Lee’s Student Mask Order In Williamson, Knox Counties – Slatery Appeals
7) New Polling On Biden’s Federal Mandate Shows Majority Of Americans Think Non-Compliant Workers Should Not Lose Jobs

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Lee Calls Special Session For Ford Plant, Will Not Discuss Mask Mandates

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Thursday He Is Calling A Special Session Oct. 18 For Legislators To Discuss Planning For Ford’s Blue Oval City At The Memphis Regional Megasite. The Special Session, Lee Said, Will Not Discuss Mask Mandates In The State’s Schools.

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