TN Congressional Members Demand Answers About HHS Limiting Monoclonal Therapy

Biden’s U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services (HHS) Said It Is Imposing New Limits On States’ Ability To Access To COVID-19 Antibody Treatments Amid Rising Demand. This Has Resulted In Reduced Shipments And Delays Getting These Drugs To Providers In A Number Of States, Including Tennessee.

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Support For PROTECT Electoral Act Grows

Support Is Growing For United States Senator Bill Hagerty’s Protect Electoral College Act With House Election Integrity Caucus Co-Chair Congresswoman Claudia Tenney And Representatives David Kustoff And Jim Banks Recently Introducing Companion Legislation In The House Of Representatives.

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Democrats Block Bill That Would Help Keep Border Health Protection In Place

On Wednesday, July 28th, Democrats In The U.S. House Of Representative Blocked A Bill That Would Help Keep Health Protection At The Southern Border In Check.

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Tennessee Man Dies Of Heart Attack Due To Swatting

Last Week, A Teenager Was Sentenced After “Swatting” a 60-Year-Old TN Man Which Resulted In A Fatal Heart Attack. Swatting Is A Call To A Police Dept With A False Story Of A Crime In Progress With Intent To Draw A Large Number Of Officers To A Particular Address.

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Halting Of City Redefinition Gives Volunteer State The Chance To Rebuild

The United States Office Of Management And Budget (OMB) Has Decided To Hold On Changes That Would Have Taken Away Federal Funding Opportunities For Tennessee Cities Like Cleveland, Jackson And Morristown.

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Blackburn Leads Delegation In Support Of TN Disaster Declaration

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Led The Tennessee Delegation In A Letter To The White House Supporting Governor Bill Lee’s Request For A Major Disaster Declaration To Address The Deadly Storms That Occurred From March 25 Through April 3, 2021.

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DesJarlais Receives Top Honor As Most Conservative Congressman in Tennessee

Rep. Scott Desjarlais Holds The Top Spot Among Conservative U.S. House Lawmakers In Tennessee By Seven Percent. He Ranks Number One Alongside Sen. Marsha Blackburn Who Also Received A 96% Rating For Her Work In The Senate.

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Blackburn And Hagerty Reverse Their Objections To Electoral College Results

Blackburn And Hagerty Pledged Last Weekend To “Stand Against Tainted Electoral Results” But When Congress Reconvened Wednesday Night To Certify Electoral College Results, Neither Senator Offered Objections.

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Majority of Tennessee Congressional Republicans Say They Will Object To Electoral College Results

Only Three Republicans In Tennessee’s Congressional Delegation Have Not Yet Issued Support In The Effort To Stop The Certification of Electoral College Results.

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How Tennessee’s Congressional Delegation Voted On $2,000 Stimulus Checks

The Majority Of Tennessee’s Congressional Delegation Opposed The $2,000 COVID Stimulus Check “Blanket Approach” To Be Received By Every American, Regardless Of Financial Need.

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