Caesar’s Whims, Sentencing Truth, FDA Knew, Transparent Intentions, MNPS Blocks School Choice + Big7

1) TN State Reps Blast Biden For Cutting Food Funding For Schools That Don’t Abide By LGBTQ+ Mandates
2) Tennessee’s Truth-In-Sentencing Law Goes Into Effect On July 1st
3) Tennessee Congresswoman Says FDA Knew Of Formula Shortage Possibility In November
4) Lee Signs Tennessee Campaign Finance Reform Bill Into Law With Reporting Requirements For Nonprofits
5) Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision
6) Lee Signs Budget Appropriations Bill That Includes $500M For New Tennessee Titans Stadium
7) TN Firefighter Suffering From PTSD Demoted And Dismissed 4 Years Before Retirement

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Tennessee Congresswoman Says FDA Knew Of Formula Shortage Possibility In November

At A Recent “Coffee With Your Congresswoman” Event At The Northeast State Community College In Blountville, Tennessee, U.S. Representative Diana Harshbarger (R- District 1) Stated The Food And Drug Administration Knew About The Potential For A Shortage Of Baby Formula As Far Back As November Of 2021.

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How U.S. Reps From Tennessee Voted On Baby Formula Shortage Bills In Congress

Two Democrat-Sponsored Resolutions Passed The U.S. House Of Representatives Last Week, Each Addressing The Nationwide Baby Formula Crisis With One Receiving All Negative Votes From Tennessee Republicans And The Other Receiving All Positive Votes For Passage.

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FDA Launches Investigation Into Baby Formula Crisis

The Head Of The U.S. Food And Drug Administration Said Monday The Agency Will Investigate The National Shortage Of Baby Formula That Has Left American Parents Concerned And Frustrated.

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Illegal Immigrants Getting Baby Formula While Americans Left With Empty Shelves

U.S. Rep. Kat Cammack And Other Republican Lawmakers Are Calling On The FDA And The Biden Administration To Take Immediate Action To Solve A Months-Long Baby Formula Shortage That’s Left Parents Scrambling To Find Healthy Food For Their Infant Children.

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Rep. Burchett Asks for Investigation of Price Gouging and Stockpiling of Baby Formula in TN

A Tennessee Congressman Is Pushing For Investigation Of Possible Stockpiling And Price Gouging As A Baby Formula Shortage Continues To Plague The State. With Tennessee Sitting At The Top Of The List For Most Empty Shelves, Families Are Struggling To Find The Formula They Need To Feed Their Babies.

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TN Criminal Justice Committee Discusses Hemp-Based Cannabinoids

Members Of The House Criminal Justice Committee Held A Hearing Last Week Regarding Hemp-Based Cannabinoids In Tennessee. Among Those Who Testified During The More Than Two-Hour Hearing Included Officials From The Public Safety And Business Communities.

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Vanderbilt Studying Ivermectin As Treatment For COVID-19

After Official Spokesperson William Schaffner, MD, Said That There Was No Proof That Ivermectin Was Helpful As A Treatment, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Is Now Conducting An Ongoing Study To See If Ivermectin And Other Drugs Can Be Used To Treat Covid-19.

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Children’s EUA Approved Despite Lack Of Long Term Studies

The FDA’s Center For Biologics Evaluation And Research Held It’s 170th Meeting Of The Vaccines And Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Virtually On October 26th, 2021 To Discuss Granting An Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) For Pfizer-Biontech mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine For Children 5-11 Years Old.

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