2nd Amendment Groups Send Legal Warning To California AG To Comply With Supreme Court Decision On Right To Carry

Two Groups Defending The Second Amendment Sent A Legal Warning To California Attorney General Rob Bonta Monday Demanding That He “Cease His Blatant Disregard For The Recent Supreme Court Decision Which Effectively Overturned California’s ‘May Issue’ Permitting Scheme.”

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Federal Judge Rules To Keep Tennessee Judicial Conference Meetings Closed

Following Testimony From An Attorney For The State, U.S. District Court Judge Waverly Crenshaw On Tuesday Ruled That The Tennessee Judicial Conference Meetings Would Remain Closed To The Public And Media.

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Tennessee Courts Administrative Office Sued To Open Judicial Conference Meetings

The Executive Editor Of The Center Square Is Suing The Director Of The Tennessee Administrative Office Of The Courts In An Attempt To Open Meetings At The Upcoming Tennessee Judicial Conference To Members Of The Public And The Press.

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Liberty Counsel Pushes Back Against Biden Administration’s Attempt To Have Navy SEAL Case Dismissed

The Orlando-Based Religious Freedom Organization, Liberty Counsel, Is Pushing Back Against The Biden Administration For Seeking To Dismiss Its Case Over Religious Exemptions For The Covid-19 Vaccine, Navy Seal 1 v Austin.

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Social Media Censorship Bill Dead For Lack Of Funding, Half Billion To Be Spent On Titan’s Stadium

Tennessee Legislation That Would Have Stymied Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections While Preserving The First Amendment Rights Of All Tennesseans In Today’s Online Public Square Is Dead For The Current Legislative Session.

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Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature

An Act That Prohibits A Public Official From Limiting The Lawful Operation Of A Church Or Religious Organization, Including Religious Services, During A Time Of An Emergency, Major Disaster, Or Natural Disaster Has Passed The Tennessee Legislature With Overwhelming Votes In Favor.

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Airman Sues Biden Administration Over Vaccination Exemption Denial

A Senior Airman Stationed At Barksdale Air Force Base In Bossier Parish, Louisiana Is Suing Over The Biden Administration’s Military Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate After Officials Denied Her Religious Exemption.

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Tennessee Social Media Bill May Face Legal Obstacles Similar To Florida, Texas

Tennessee Lawmakers Pushing A Social Media Oversight Bill That Would Prevent Users From Being Banned Or Shadow Banned Said It Is Not A First Amendment Issue But A Governmental Course Correction.

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ACTION ALERT! STOP TN Social Media Censorship! [Interview with Heartland Institute’s James Taylor]

Have you ever been censored on social media? If you are a Conservative, the answer is yes.
BIG TECH is waging war against Free Speech in our country. Right now, our Republicans in the Tennessee General Assembly have an opportunity to fight back.
Watch this eye-opening interview with James Taylor then email and call these committee members now. Tell them enough is enough!…

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