Tennessee Senate Committee Hears Testimony On Mileage-Based Vehicle Tax Options

A Tennessee Senate Committee Heard Testimony On Wednesday On A Potential Mileage-Based User Fee To Replace The State’s Gas Tax.

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Lee And 24 GOP Governors Ask Biden To Hit Pause On Broader Clean Water Rule

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Along With 24 Other Republican Governors Oppose A Revised Federal Rule Regulating U.S. Waterways, Citing Uncertainty From An Undecided U.S. Supreme Court Case Related To The Rule.

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Juvenile Justice Recommendations From Legislature Lean Heavily On Institutions

A Legislative Committee Charged With Reviewing The State’s Troubled Juvenile Justice System Made More Than A Dozen Recommendations On Wednesday That Are Expected To Serve As A Blueprint For General Assembly Action This Year.

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Tennessee Airports Continue Request For $125M In Annual State Funding

Tennessee’s Airports Came To A Senate Committee Wednesday Again Asking To Receive $125 Million In Annual State Funding As The State Continues To Lower The Fuel Taxes That Once Funded Those Airports.

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Proposed Legislation Offers No Relief For Tennessee Children In State Custody

Proposed Legislation From The Tennessee General Assembly In This Year’s Legislative Session Offers No Relief For Children Says A Source That Spoke Confidentially With The Tennessee Conservative.

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Repealing “Emergency” Powers, Transparency Disappointment, Foreign Nationals As TN Cops, Fight Against Big Tech, Closing Primaries & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• New Bill Would Remove Governor’s Unilateral Ability To Extend Emergency Powers
• Tennesseans Hoping For More Transparency During Legislative Session May Be Disappointed
• Legislation Filed To Limit Foreign Ownership Of Tennessee Property
• TN House GOP Leader Files Bill To Remove Critical Criteria For Local Law Enforcement Applicants
• Tennessee Information Protection Act Would Guard Residents Personal Data From Abuse By Big Tech
• Social Media Common Carrier Bill Reintroduced In Tennessee Senate
• Bills Filed By Freshman Conservative Lawmaker Take Aim at Term Limits And Securing Primary Elections For Tennessee
• Tennessean’s Healthcare Options Limited By Certificate-Of-Need Laws Says New Report

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New Bill Would Remove Governor’s Unilateral Ability To Extend Emergency Powers

A New Bill Filed By Freshman Lawmaker Bryan Richey Will Attempt To Tackle The Issue Of Executive Powers By The Governor, And Their Use In The Case Of A State Of Emergency.

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Tennessee Legislative Preview: Key Education Issues To Watch As Lawmakers Return

Here Are Five Things To Watch For As The General Assembly Convenes: Expect A ‘Quieter Year’ From Lee’s Administration, Lee Pledged More Money For K-12 Education, School Voucher Program Could Expand, Efforts To Attract And Keep Teachers Grow…

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Wining, Dining & Refining Lawmakers, Sneaky Pete Bill Lee, Keeping Outside State Influences Away From Our Elections, Sexton Doesn’t Care & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• $750 Thousand Spent By Lobbyists On Receptions And Other Events For Lawmakers In 2022
• Lee Administration Abuses “Deliberative Process Privilege” To Block Tennessee Government Transparency
• Transparency Win For Taxpayers In The Tennessee Legislature
• “Tennesseans Need To Elect Tennesseans” – Bill Filed To Limit Out-of-state Campaign Contributions
• Proposed Legislation Would Prohibit Local Governments From Funding Out-of-State Abortions
• Lawmakers Hope To Eliminate Mandatory Bias Training For Educators In Tennessee
• House Speaker Sexton Shows Disinterest In Extension Of State School Voucher Program

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