TBI Raided D.A. Funk’s Offices By Warrant, Not Invitation

While Nashville District Attorney General Glenn Funk Claimed That A March Search Of His Officers Was By His “Invitation,” New Sources Reveal That It Was Actually A Raid By The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation That Was Authorized By A Search Warrant.

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Watchdog Group Wants Investigation Into Tennessee House Speaker’s Per Diem

The Campaign For Accountability Wants The U.S. Attorney In The Middle District Of Tennessee To Investigate Whether Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton Violated Any Laws By Accepting Per Diem Lodging Expenses During The Legislative Session While Living In Nashville.

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Incentives To Keep Kids In State Custody, Combating Big Tech Censorship, Protecting Kids From Mutilation, Keeping Taxpayers In The Dark & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

1 – Tennessee Incentivized To Keep Children In State Custody In Order To Keep Federal Funds
2. Rep. Powers To Re-Introduce Bill To Combat Big Tech Censorship Of Tennessee Citizens
3. Senator Bowling Reintroduces ‘Youth Health Protection Act’ To End Child Mutilation In Tennessee
4. Knoxville Mayor And Team Intentionally Kept Taxpayers In The Dark About Next Police Chief
5. Nashville District Attorney Funk Rejects State Funding For DUI Prosecutions
6. TN School Voucher Program Wins Court Approval To Proceed
7. Textbook Commission Members Oppose Conservative’s Push To Define What Is Age-Appropriate

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Nashville District Attorney Funk Rejects State Funding For DUI Prosecutions

According To A Former DUI Prosecutor, DUI Recidivism And Fatalities Have Never Been Higher In The Nashville Area, Yet Nashville District Attorney Glenn Funk Has Turned Down $354,000 In State Funds To Prosecute DUI Offenders.

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Tennessee Attorney General Working To Quickly Implement Abortion Ban

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Got To Work Within Hours Of The U.S. Supreme Court Overturning Two Abortion Rulings On Friday And Asked A Federal Appeals Court To Lift An Injunction Thereby Allowing Tennessee’s Heartbeat Law To Go Into Effect Immediately.

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Tennessee Abortion Laws Will Outlaw The Killing Of The Unborn In Thirty Days Or Less

Now That The U.S. Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe V. Wade, A 1973 Landmark Decision Related To Abortion And Casey V. Planned Parenthood, Another Abortion-Related Decision From 1992, Tennessee’s Trigger Law Could Go Into Effect And Outlaw The Procedure Statewide Sometime In July.

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