The Border Crisis: A National Security And Policy Discussion

The Williamson County Republican Party Will Be Hosting A National Security And Policy Discussion On The Border Crisis On February 22nd With Representatives From The Center For Immigration Studies.

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Illegal Immigration In Tennessee Sparks Response From Lawmakers

With The News That Nearly 600 Illegal Immigrants From The Southwest Border Had Chosen Franklin, Nashville, Murfreesboro, And Davidson County As Their Destination Of Choice After Being Processed At The Border, Some Members Of Tennessee’s Congressional Delegation Are Making Their Concerns Known To DHS And DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

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U.S. Department Of Homeland Security Reports Potential For Influx Of Illegal Immigrants To Tennessee

According To The Us Department Of Homeland Security, Upwards Of 600 Illegal Immigrants From The Southwest Border Have Cited Middle Tennessee As Their Intended Destination When Questioned During Processing.

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Tennessee Awards Nearly $18M In Site Development Grants

Tennessee Has Committed To Hand Out $17.9 Million In Grants For The Development Of 12 Sites In Order To Prepare Those Sites For Potential Businesses.

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Williamson County GOP Fundraiser Hosts Record Breaking Crowd With Senator Ted Cruz As Featured Keynote Speaker

In A Ballroom At The Franklin Cool Springs Marriott About 400 People Gathered For The Reagan Day Gala, A Fundraiser For The Williamson County GOP. The Biggest Fundraiser Of The Year Featured Guest Speakers Senator Marsha Blackburn, Congressman Mark Green, Congressman Andy Ogles, And Keynote Speaker, Senator Ted Cruz.

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Tennessee GOP State Rep Wants To Return Medicaid Expansion Authority To Governor

Outgoing Republican Rep. Sam Whitson Is Mulling A Reversal Of State Law Requiring The Governor To Gain Approval From The Tennessee Legislature Before Expanding Medicaid.

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Pork Report: In-N-Out Subsidies, TPAC Move Are Wasteful Government Spending

Nearly $5 Million In Taxpayer Subsidies For In-N-Out Burger, $200 Million To Move The Tennessee Performing Arts Center And Large Property Tax Increases Were All Included In Beacon Center’s Annual Pork Report On Wasteful Taxpayer Spending In The State.

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Franklin Man Arrested At Pride Festival For Praying Sues City For Deprivation Of Religious Liberties

A Lawsuit Filed By A Franklin Man Alleges That His Arrest And Removal From The Franklin Pride Festival Was Prompted By His Religious Views Concerning Marriage And Sexuality, And Not From Any Violation Of The Law, Or Code Of Conduct Established By The Organizers Of The Event.

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The Voting Issue That Could Prevent Hand-Marked Paper Ballots In Tennessee Elections

The Ramifications Of The 2020 And 2022 National Elections Have Left An Indelible Mark On American Consumer Confidence In Elections. Problems Such As Machine Vulnerabilities, The Misconduct Of Vote Center Workers, Ballot Drop Boxes And Ballot Harvesting, As Well As Illegal Voting Law Revisions, All Caused A Deep Fissure In Citizen Trust In How Elections Are Run.

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