Jefferson County Commission Calls on General Assembly to Give School Districts the Option of Elected School Superintendents

Jefferson County Commission Approved A Resolution Calling On The Tennessee General Assembly To Enact Legislation That Would Provide Local School Districts, Cities, Or Counties, The Option Of Electing Their School Superintendents.

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28 Political Endorsements For REAL Conservatives In Tennessee

***Update – We’ve added three more candidates to our Endorsement list!***

Tennessee Conservative’s List Of Endorsements For The 2022 Election Season. We May Add More Candidates To Our List Of Endorsements As Time Goes On.

We Are Endorsing Multiple Candidates That Are Running Against Republican Incumbents, Many Are RINO’s While Some Are Moderate Benchwarmers.

The Fact Is, We Never Truly Know How A New Individual Will Perform Once Elected To Office. But We Certainly Know How Those Who Have Held Office Have Performed And Their Track Records Demonstrate That It’s Time For A Change.

This List, In Our Opinion, Reflects The Candidates That We Believe Would Best Serve Conservative Principles Should They Be Elected Or Re-Elected To Office.

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Nashville Could Use State Law To Snuff Out 21-And-Up Smoking Bars

The Freedom To Light Up Could Disappear In Metro Nashville Clubs, Even For The 21-And-Up Crowd, After The Legislature Passed A Measure Enabling Local Governments To Outlaw Smoking In Age-Restricted Venues, Even Honky Tonks Where People Have Been Smoking And Jamming For Years.

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TN Congressional Residency Rule Becomes Law Too Late To Block Ortagus

A Bill That Would Require Congressional Candidates In Tennessee To Live In The State For Three Years Before Running In A Primary For A Federal Seat Will Become Law Without The Signature Of Gov. Bill Lee, However, The Legislation Will Not Achieve The Goal Of Some Tennessee Lawmakers To Block The Candidacy Of One Trump-Backed Candidate.

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Controversial Antiparasitic Drug To Be Sold Over-The-Counter In Tennessee

A Set Of Bills Has Passed That Will Allow Ivermectin To Be Sold Over-The-Counter In Tennessee Without A Prescription. The Legislation Authorizes A Version Of The Drug That Is Suitable For Human Use To Be Provided By A Pharmacist To Patients Who Are 18 Years Of Age Or Older Pursuant To A Valid Collaborative Pharmacy Practice Agreement.

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Legislation Authorizing Local Law Enforcement To Enforce Federal Immigration Laws In TN Fails In Senate Committee

Legislation That Would Have Given Local Law Enforcement The Authority To Enforce Federal Law And Arrest Anyone Transporting, Harboring Or Facilitating The Transport Of Illegal Aliens Into Tennessee Was Scheduled To Be Heard By Both House And Senate Committees Yesterday. The Senate Version Of The Bill Failed In The Senate Judiciary Committee And The House Version Was Taken Off Notice In The Criminal Justice Committee Later.

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Legislation Authorizing Local Law Enforcement To Enforce Federal Immigration Laws In TN Heads To Committees

Legislation That Would Give Local Law Enforcement The Authority To Enforce Federal Law And Arrest Anyone Transporting, Harboring Or Facilitating The Transport Of Illegal Aliens Into Tennessee Will Be Heard By Both House And Senate Committees Next Week.

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Super PAC Threatens Lawsuit To Save Ortagus’ Tennessee Congressional Bid

Fifth Congressional District Candidate Morgan Ortagus Is Playing It Cool In Light Of Legislation Passed Monday That Could Stall Her Campaign. But At Least One Group Is Threatening To Challenge The Measure.

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