Gov. Lee Endorses 2024 GOP Candidates For Tennessee House & Senate

As The 2024 Election Season Continues To Unfold, Gov. Bill Lee Has Taken The Time To Endorse Several GOP Candidates Which, In The Opinion Of Some Conservatives, Helps Them Know Exactly Who Not To Vote For.

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Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance Finds No Wrongdoing By Gary Humble For Senate Campaign And Closes Inquiry

After An 18-Month Inquiry By The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance As To Whether Gary Humble Coordinated With Advocacy Group, Tennessee Stands In His Campaign For State Senate, The TREF Found No Wrongdoing And Yesterday, The Board Voted Unanimously To Cease Its Formal Inquiry.

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Conservative Tennessee State Sovereignty Bill Pushed Off For 3rd Year In A Row

For The Third Year In A Row, A Conservative Tennessee Bill, That Would Allow State Legislators To Impose Nullification If The Federal Government Tries To Impose Unconstitutional Laws Or Regulations, Has Been Scuttled.

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Bill To Combat Executive Branch Overreach In Tennessee Dies In House Subcommittee

A Bill That Would Have Helped To Prevent Executive Branch Overreach In The State Died In The Tennessee House Public Service Subcommittee After Not Receiving A Second On The Motion To Hear The Bill.

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Bill To Combat Tennessee Executive Branch Overreach To Be Heard In House Subcommittee

Tennessee House Bill HB1615, Which Was Likely Written In Response To The Government Overreach That Occurred In Relation To Covid-19 On The Part Of Gov. Bill Lee, Is Scheduled To Be Reviewed By The House Public Service Subcommittee On March 5th.

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Tennessee Looks To Ban Geoengineering And Weather Modification

Representative Monty Fritts And Senator Steve Southerland Have Introduced Legislation To Prohibit The Federal Government From Engaging In Geoengineering Experimentation. Specifically, The Legislation Would Prohibit Activities Involving The Intentional Release Or Dispersing Of Chemicals Or Chemical Substances Into The Tennessee Atmosphere.

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Alternative Tennessee Sovereignty Bill Undermines Stronger Nullification Bill That Has Grassroots Support

A Bill Scheduled To Be Heard In The Senate State & Local Government Committee Today At 10:30AM May Be A Ploy To Undermine A Stronger Bill That Conservative Tennessee Lawmakers Have Been Attempting To Get Passed For Two Years.

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GOP Lawmakers Edge Closer To Opening Tennessee’s Incorporation Of Central Bank Digital Currency, Other Currencies Vulnerable To Centralized Control

Last Year, A Bill Was Passed That Changes The Definition Of Money And What Kinds Would Be Able To Be Used In Tennessee Without The Necessity Of Currency Exchange. This Year, New Legislation Has Been Introduced That Critics Warn Will Make The State Vulnerable To Being Forced To Participate In A Central Bank Digital Currency.

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Bills Filed To Combat Executive Branch Overreach In Response To Gov. Lee’s Use Of Emergency Powers

Sen. Mark Pody Has Filed A Bill To Effectively Restrain The Governor From Renewing Or Extending A State Of Emergency Without The Tennessee General Assembly’s Approval. Another Bill On Emergency Orders Has Been Filed For This Session By Rep. Bryan Richey.

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Gary Humble & Brandon Lewis Unpack School Choice, Illegal Immigration, Corporate Welfare & Emergency Powers in Tennessee

Gary Humble, Executive Director Of Tennessee Stands, Joins Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative For A Discussion On School Choice, Illegal Immigration, Corporate Welfare & Emergency Powers In The Volunteer State!

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