Knox And Anderson County Overdoses Greatly Increased In 2021

According To The 2021 Drug-Related Death Report For Knox And Anderson Counties, Produced By The Knox County Regional Forensic Center, The Number Of Overdose Deaths In Knox County Increased By 29% And By 67% In Anderson County Last Year. These Percentages Are On Top Of A 41% Increase In Knox County In 2020 And A 81% Increase In Anderson County The Same Year.

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HUGE TN Supreme Court Ruling for School Choice, Down Enrollment, Starbuck, NFL Welfare, Drugs in Nashvegas – Big 7 Weekend Digest!

1) TN Supreme Court Says Governor Lee’s Voucher Program Not a Violation of Home Rule Protections
2) Sullivan County Schools Advertising To Try and Sway Students to Enroll
3) TN Law To Protect Students From Digital Obscenity & Pornography To Go Into Effect For Fall Semester
4) Federal Judge Denies Starbuck’s Request To Get Back On The Ballot In Tennessee Congressional Race
5) New Tennessee Titans Stadium Listed As $2.2B Expense In Nashville Budget Document
6) Semantics Allows Youth In Juvenile Detention Facilities To Endure Solitary Confinement Despite New Law
7) Three Nashvillians Plead Guilty To Smuggling Drugs For Mexican Cartel

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Three Nashvillians Plead Guilty To Smuggling Drugs For Mexican Cartel

Earlier This Month, Three People From Nashville Entered A Guilty Plea For Smuggling Millions Of Dollars Worth Of Drugs. The Trio Moved Fentanyl And Heroin Into Texas And Then On To Various Other U.S. Cities On Behalf Of A Mexican Drug Cartel. The Group Was Responsible For Making The Trip From The Border With The Drugs Multiple Times To Their Final Stop In Tennessee Before They Were Arrested.

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‘Shocking Discovery:’ Biden Knows Drug Cartels Control, Profit From Illegal Immigration, DHS Memo Shows

Border Patrol Agents Are Preparing For “A Possible Increase In Migrant Activity Due To An Increase In Large Group Activity” As A Result Of Biden Administration Immigration Policies, An Internal Department Of Homeland Security Document Released By Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Says.

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U.S. House Conservatives Ready Law-And-Order Agenda Ahead Of Midterms

Crime Is On The Rise Around The Country, The Midterm Elections Are Fast Approaching, And The Largest Bloc Of House Conservatives Is Preparing A Comprehensive Package Of Law-And-Order Legislation.

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AGs Push Back Against ‘Absurd Effort’ To Thwart Border Security Efforts In Texas

The Attorney Generals Of Texas And Missouri Are Pushing Back Against What They Say Is Another Attempt By The Biden Administration To Thwart Border Security Efforts In Texas, This Time Through The Endangered Species Act.

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‘Powder Keg About To Blow Up’ Says Border Town Mayor About The End Of Title 42

Instead Of Deporting Mostly Single Young Male Illegal Immigrants, Customs And Border Protection Agents Are Releasing Them Into Texas Communities, One Of Which Is The Border Town Of Uvalde, Located Roughly 80 Miles Southwest Of San Antonio.

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Texas Doing Federal Government’s Job, Holding Line At U.S. Border

The Number Of Illegal Immigrants Apprehended At The Southern Border By The Texas Department Of Public Safety In The Past Year Has Somewhat Mitigated What Is Otherwise A Huge Problem Because The Biden Administration Is Failing To Enforce U.S. Immigration Laws, A Former U.S. Border Patrol Executive Says.

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Attorneys General Ask Court To Require Biden To Finish Border Wall

As Texas And Missouri Attorneys General Ask A Federal Court To Require The Biden Administration To Immediately Resume Building The Border Wall With Funds Allocated By Congress, The Department Of Homeland Security Announced It Was Using The Funds On Environmental Projects Instead.

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