Proposed TN Constitutional Amendment Would Allow State To Own Banks, Equities In Private Companies

Passing This Constitutional Amendment Here In Tennessee Would Be Disastrous And Puts Tennesseans That Much More In The Crosshairs Of The Global Cabal. The Unintended Consequences On This Would Be Unending And Would Most Certainly Introduce External And Global Pressures Not Only To Our Economic Future But To The Actions Our Legislature Might Take Under Duress To Further Erode The Liberties Of The People.

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Tennessee Legislature Wraps Up Tempestuous Session

The Legislature Adopted An Ethics Reform Bill On The Final Day Of The 112th Session, One Supposedly Designed To Shed More Light On So-Called Dark Money.

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TN Legislature Reaches Agreement On Campaign Finance Reporting Bill

Tennessee’s Legislature Came To A Compromise On A Campaign Finance Reporting Bill That Will Add Requirements For Political Action Committees, Political Candidates And Some Nonprofits.

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Tennessee Legislators Send Campaign Finance Bill to Conference Committees

Tennessee State Senators Refused To Concur On Amendments That The House Made To A Controversial Campaign Finance Bill, Leading Both Chambers To Appoint Conference Committees In An Attempt To Work Out A Compromise.

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NRA & Conservative Watchdogs Sound Alarm Over McNally’s Incumbent Protection Bill

The National Rifle Association (NRA) And Tennessee Conservative Watchdog Groups See Many Potential Issues That Could Arise Due To The Legislation And Have Voiced Their Concerns To The Tennessee Conservative And Lawmakers Alike.

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TN Senate Passes Bill Opening Door For Non-US Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses (Update 4.22.22)

In Their Regular Calendar Meeting On Thursday, Tennessee Senators Voted To Pass An Amended Caption Bill That Would Pave The Way For Non-Us Citizens To Obtain Professional And Commercial Licenses In The State.

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TN Bill That Would Require Non-Profit Groups To Report Expenditures 60-Days Prior To Elections Passes Senate (Update 4.21.22)

An Amended Version Of A Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Been Passed By The Tennessee Senate With A 26 To 2 Vote In Favor.

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Senate Republicans Caught Off Guard By Redistricting Ruling

Senate Republicans Who Rule The Roost In The Legislature Were Reportedly “Shocked” Last Week When A Three-Judge Panel Blocked Their Senate Redistricting Plan, Finding It Violated The State Constitution.

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Senate Education Committee Passes Bill To Remove Obscene Materials From School Libraries

The Tennessee Senate Education Committee Passed A Bill That Aims To Prohibit Educational Institutions From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students.

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Ethics Bill Designed To Clamp Down On Legislative Corruption Still In Works

Amid Local And Federal Probes Into Lawmakers And Shady Campaign Vendors, State Rep. Sam Whitson Is Planning To Introduce Legislation That Could Tighten Disclosure Requirements And Do Much More, An Effort To Cut Out Criminal Activity.

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