New DHS Guidelines State Entering U.S. Illegally Is Not Enough To Be Arrested

New Guidelines Issued By Department Of Homeland Security State That Entering The U.S. Illegally – Violating Immigration Laws Established By Congress – Is No Longer An Arrestable Offense.

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States Prepare For Limits On Key COVID Treatment, Criticize Federal Rationing

Demand For A Key COVID-19 Treatment Has Led To A Nationwide Shortage, And As President Joe Biden’s Administration Rations How Much Each State Receives, Many Governors Are Having To Decide How To Use Their Limited Supplies.

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More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

Twenty-Seven Republican Governors Or Attorneys General Have Vowed To Fight The Latest Executive Order issued By President Joe Biden Mandating That Over 80 Million Private Employees Receive COVID Vaccinations Or Undergo Weekly Testing, Or Their Employer Will Be Fined.

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Judge Rules Florida School Mandatory Mask Ban Is Unconstitutional

Florida Circuit Court Judge Has Essentially Upheld A Newly-Adopted Parental Rights Bill In Ruling That Gov. Desantis Violated The State Constitution – As Well As That Law – When He Issued An Executive Order Allowing Parents To Ignore School District Mask Mandates.

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DeSantis, Abbott Address Border Security Efforts

Desantis Said Texas And Florida Are “Sending A Clear Message To Washington: Our States Will Enforce The Law While The Biden Administration Neglects Its Duty. Law Enforcement From Across The Country Are Ready And Willing To Help Secure Our Border.”

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Largest Health Care Union To Fight Mandatory Vaccines For Workers

The President Of The Largest Union Of Health Care Workers In The U.S. Says It Will Fight Companies Requiring Its Members To Have Mandatory COVID-19 Shots As A Condition Of Employment.

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Supreme Court Rules Against NCAA On Student-Athlete Compensation

After Several Years Of Challenges To The NCAA’s Power Over Student Athlete Compensation, The Supreme Court Reached A Unanimous Decision Upholding A Lower Court’s Ruling That The Current NCAA Regulations Violate Federal Antitrust Laws. The NCAA Cannot Restrict Educational Benefits To Student Athletes.

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Tennessee Can Do More To Protect Medical Freedoms

Most People Know By Now That Our General Assembly Failed To Pass Sweeping Legislation To Protect The Liberties And Privacy Of Tennesseans From Vaccine Passports And Requirements. Largely Because Of Bill Lee’s Opposition, Effort After Effort To Secure Our Health Freedoms Failed To Gain Support In Our Legislature, Leaving Tennesseans Vulnerable To Vaccine Mandates By Businesses, Schools, And Non-Profits.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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Republican Senators Introduce Resolution Condemning Critical Race Theory

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) Along With Senators Rick Scott (R-Fla.) And Mike Braun (R-Ind.) Have Introduced A Resolution Condemning The Use Of Critical Race Theory In K-12 Schools And Teacher Training Programs.

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