Emergency Powers Bill Update: Changes Will Remove Governor’s Ability To Re-Issue Orders

New Legislation Filed Yesterday Replaces HB0189 With HB0422 That Removes The Governor’s Ability To Re-Issue The Same Order Once The Order Has Expired. Additionally, The New Version Of The Bill Changes The Process For Renewal To A House Joint Resolution, Versus The Passage Of Legislation.

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For Tennesseans, Joe Biden’s Blame Game Is Wearing Thin (Marsha Blackburn Op-Ed)

Last Week, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Proclaimed That, “The Economy Is In A Better Place Than It Has Been Historically.” This Statement Is The Last In A Parade Of Delusions That Joe Biden And The Democrats Have Been Peddling For Almost A Year. The Strategy Is Simple: Deny Their Own Disasters And, When All Else Fails, Shift The Blame Elsewhere. Unfortunately, Tennesseans Don’t Have The Benefit Of Living In The White House’s World Of Make Believe. They Know The Economy Is Failing And Feel Like They Have No Idea Who Is In Control Of The Country — Or Indeed If Anyone Is.

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U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Challenges To Biden Mandates In Early January

The Nation’s Highest Court Agreed To Hear Oral Arguments Jan. 7 On The Biden Administration’s Separate Executive Branch Mandates That Most Health Care Workers And Those Employed By Private Businesses With 100 Workers Or More Be Fully Vaccinated Against Covid-19, Be Tested Regularly, Or Face Losing Their Jobs.

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Tennessee Taxpayers Slapped With Legal Fees For Abortion Providers

Tennessee Taxpayers Are On The Hook For $249,000 Because Of A Lawsuit Against One Of Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Orders From April, 2020. Attorneys For A Group Of Five Abortion Providers Reached A Settlement With The Office Of Attorney General Herbert Slatery, III To Cover Legal Fees After A Federal Court And An Appellate Court Ruled That Lee’s Order Was Unlikely To Be Found Constitutional.

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Republicans Ram Spate Of Bills Through Medical Freedom Special Session

Giving Only A Few Minutes To Digest Massive Bills, Republicans Pushed Legislation Through Committees Thursday.

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House Republicans Tackle Medical Freedom Bill During Special Session On Ford Megasite

While Governor Bill Lee Ignored Lawmakers’ Requests For A Special Session Regarding Recent Covid-19 Related Mandates, He Called His Own To Ask Legislators To Consider The State’s Role In A Multi-Billion Dollar Ford Investment. House Members Took The Opportunity To Attempt To Move Forward With Their Own Proposal.

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Senator Shane Reeves Says Special Session On Medical Freedom Is Not Needed

In An Email To A Constituent, Senator Shane Reeves Stated That A Special Session On Mask Mandates In Schools, Biden’s Executive Orders And Governor Lee’s Executive Order Privileges Is Not Needed.

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Lee Plans Special Session For Corporate Welfare, Ignores V@x Mandates & Masking Kids

Governor Bill Lee Has Announced That He Will Call For A Special Session Of The Tennessee Legislature To Take Place This Fall To Address Funding, Buildout And Oversight For The Ford Motor Company Regional Megasite To Be Located In Memphis While He Continues To Ignore The Pleas Of Tennessee Patriots To Call A Special Session To Address Mandates, Executive Orders, And Dangerous Edicts Coming From The Federal Government.

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3M Employee Speaks Out For 1000’s Of Tennessee Workers

Following the Announcement On September 9th, 2021 Of Two Planned Executive Orders Mandating Injections Of Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines, A Message Was Distributed From Our Headquarters Stating 3M Would “Comply” With The Executive Orders Due To Having More Than 100 Employees And Because 3M Is A Federal Contractor (Thus Meaning No Option For Weekly COVID-19 Testing In Lieu Of Experimental Vaccination). There Was No Hesitation, No Gathering Of Employees’ Opinions, And No Other Steps Taken That Would Support 3m’s Claim Of Being “Inclusive”. It’s Simply Blatant Discrimination And Corporate Bullying.

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