Gun Control Lobbying Spending Rises As Biden Calls To End Mass Shootings

Lobbying Spending By Gun Control Groups Rose In The First Quarter Of 2021 Compared To The Same Period Last Year As A Return To Frequent Mass Shootings Turned Up The Pressure For Anti-Gun Violence Legislation.

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Economy Is Bouncing Back, But Proposed Tax Hikes Could Stifle Growth

Newly Released Economic Data Show The Economy Is Experiencing Accelerated Growth, Potentially Signaling A Rebound From The Economic Downturn Caused By The Pandemic, But Critics Warn Proposed Tax Hikes Could Stifle That Growth.

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Nashville Dem Representative Ready to Jump on Board with Amtrak Expansion

Airlines And Commercial Railroad Companies Have Issue With Amtrak’s Expansion Plans And The Majority Of Conservatives In Tennessee Consider It A Waste Of Taxpayer Money.

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New Proposal Could See Amtrak Lines Running Through Tennessee

President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Could See New Amtrak Routes Cutting Right Through The State Of Tennessee. Amtrak’s Proposal Will Specifically Build Tracks To Connect Chattanooga To Nashville, Tennessee, As Well As Atlanta, Georgia.

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TennCare Fraud Cases On The Rise

In March Alone, There Were Six Separate Cases Of Tenncare Fraud Reported In Tennessee. This Number Is Up From Only One Case In February And Another Single Case In January. The March Cases Involve Offenders All Across Tennessee And From Other States Including New Hampshire And Georgia.

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Voting Rights: Deep Philosophical Divide Underpins Policy Gulf

Republican Sen. Graham said, “They (Democrats) use the racism card to advance the liberalism agenda. H.R. 1 is sick, not what they’re doing in Georgia.”

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Democratic Groups Promote Biden Relief Package To Bolster 2022 Chances

After Biden Signed His $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Into Law On March 11, A Host Of Left-leaning Groups Launched Ad Campaigns Promoting His Legislative Efforts In Hopes Of Locking In A Sweeping Victory For Democrats In 2022.

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21 Attorneys General Fear American Rescue Plan Could Hijack State Tax Policy

The Attorneys General Sent A Letter This Week To Treasury Secretary To Confirm That Provisions In The American Rescue Plan Do Not Attempt To Strip States Of Their Sovereign Authority. They Argue Language In The Act Is Too Broad And Could Be Interpreted As A Blanket Policy.

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18 States Seek To Stop California From Establishing A Nationwide Climate Change Policy

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita And 17 Other States Want To Stop What Looks Like California’s Attempt To Establish A Nationwide Climate Change Policy, And They Hope The U.S. Supreme Court Will Help.

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