Tennessee Bill Would Implement Statewide Text to 911 Program

If Approved By The Tennessee House of Representatives And Signed By Governor Lee, New Legislation Would Bring The Text To 911 Program To All Counties In Tennessee By January 1, 2023.

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Breaking Down Lee’s $42B State Budget Proposal

After A Year Of Economic Uncertainty Because Of The COVID-19 Pandemic, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Proposed a $41.8 Billion Budget In His Annual State Of The State Address.

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FCC Section 230, A Shield For Censoring Free Speech

For the past four years, Section 230 transmuted from a harbor for free speech into a gift for big tech companies to circumvent the first amendment, and censor “free speech” for political gain. What legally is the privilege to expurgate lascivious content “only” has been judicially contorted by the courts to unintentionally provide Big Tech bulletproof immunity from all arbitrary censorship. Section 230 is a gift that keeps on giving to Big Tech-owned social media platforms to engage in viewpoint discrimination at an unprecedented rate. Mega broadband corporations openly and freely abuse Section 230 daily, by determining what news, information and perspectives we can access, read, hear and post.

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Senators Introduce Bill To Amend Rule Over Third-party Internet Content

In the wake of allegations of big tech companies suppressing political speech and news stories on their platforms, Republican senators and congressmen introduced legislation to amend Section 230, part of a federal code that regulates third-party content on the internet.

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