Tennessee Legislators Move Forward With Alzheimer Respite Care Program

Tennessee State Legislators Are Considering A Bill That Would Provide Respite Care For Individuals Who Serve As Caregivers For Family Members With Alzheimer’s Or Dementia.

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Social Media Common Carrier Bill Is One Step Closer To Becoming Law (Update 3.25.22)

The “Common Carrier Bill” That Would Stop Social Media Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Passed The Full House Commerce Committee Yesterday (March 22nd) And Will Now Move Forward To The House Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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Ford Plant Squeaking Through Legislative Committees

Tennessee Lawmakers Treated A Proposed $5.6 Billion Ford Electric Truck Plant As If It Were Too Big To Fail, Passing Legislation Tuesday In Committees Through Gritted Teeth Before One Piece Stalled In The House Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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FBI Investigates Former Tennessee House Speaker Casada’s Involvement in Phoenix Solutions

The Federal Bureau Of Investigation Is Looking At Whether Former Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada Was The Owner Of A Group That Conducted A Number Of Non-Legislative Tasks For Several Republican Lawmakers, Bringing In Over $230,000 From The House Republican Caucus.

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