Nashville Turns On Illegal Aliens Magnet, CMA Bans Rebel Flag, Mayor Cooper Shamed + The Big 7!

1) Metro Nashville City Council Creates Another Magnet For Illegal Aliens To Come To Tennessee
2) Country Music Association Bans Confederate Imagery For 2022 Festival
3) Tax Breaks Total $280 Million Amid Sky-Rocketing Revenues
4) Tennessee Stadium’s Proposed $1.5B Public Subsidy Far Surpasses Any Prior NFL Stadium
5) Nashville Group Publicly Shames Mayor Cooper For Refusing To Clean Up Homeless Encampment
6) Tennessee Slapped With Suit Alleging Failure To Give Veterans Employment Preferences
7) Governor Lee Introduces Executive Order To Appraise Safety At Public Schools

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Nashville Group Publicly Shames Mayor Cooper For Refusing To Clean Up Homeless Encampment

A West Nashville Grassroots Organization, Reclaim Brookmeade Park & Greenway, Is Publicly Shaming Nashville Mayor John Cooper With Digital Billboards For Refusing To Clean Up A Large Homeless Encampment That Is Plaguing The City.

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Mayor Kelly Disregards City Ordinances While Turning Chattanooga Into Homeless Magnet

The Decision To Create A Sanctioned Homeless Encampment In Chattanooga Comes On The Heels Of The City’s Poor Record Of Enforcing Existing Ordinances Regarding Panhandling, Trespassing, Loitering And Littering.

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TennCon BIG 7 Weekend News Update! The 2nd Annual Tennessee Freedom Summit!

1) Lobbyists For Titans Stadium Include Family Members Of Top Tennessee Officials
2) Conservative Model Legislation Group Urges Governor Lee To Veto Incumbent Protection Bill
3) Bill Regulating Homeless Encampments On Public Property Becomes Law Without Governor’s Signature
4) Senate, House Speakers Respond To Governor’s Refusal To Sign Truth-In-Sentencing
5) Tennessee Health Billing Firm Accused In Court Of ‘Cartel-like’ Behavior
6) Federal Appeals Court Rules That K-12 Mask Mandates Are Legal In Tennessee
7) Giles County Elementary Students Sent Home With Gender Identity Material

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Bill Regulating Homeless Encampments On Public Property Becomes Law Without Governor’s Signature

Legislation That Would Make Camping On Tennessee Public Property A Misdemeanor Is Became Law Last Week Without Governor Bill Lee’s Signature. The New Law Will Go Into Effect July 1st, 2022.

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