Blackburn And Republican Colleagues Introduce Bill To Defund 1619 Project Curriculum

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, Republican Colleagues And Republican Leader Mitch Mcconnell Have Reintroduced The Saving American History Act To Prohibit The Use Of Federal Funds To Teach The 1619 Project By K-12 Schools Or School Districts.

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2009 Redux? Biden Cites ‘Urgent’ Need For His $1.9 Trillion Stimulus

“I Know What I Just Described Will Not Come Cheaply,” Biden Said. “But Failing To Do So Will Cost Us Dearly – The Consensus Among Leading Economists Is We Simply Cannot Afford Not To Do It.” This won’t be his only spending plan either. He promised that this $1.9 trillion initiative is an opening bid to Congress with more spending to come later.

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Federal Government Approves Tennessee’s Medicaid Block Grant Waiver

Tennessee Has Become The First State To Receive Federal Approval For A Medicaid Block Grant Waiver, However, Some Say The Incoming Biden Administration Is Likely To Reverse This Promptly.

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Objection To Electoral College Results To Be Supported By Tennessee Congressman

“On behalf of my constituents in Tennessee’s 7th District who sent me to Washington to be their voice, I will be supportive of an objection on January 6.” – Tennessee Republican Congressman Mark Green

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Georgia House Speaker Pushes For General Assembly To Elect Secretary Of State, Not Voters

Georgia House Speaker David Ralston Pushes An Amendment To The Georgia Constitution To Allow The General Assembly To Elect The Secretary Of State Instead Of Georgia Voters. Tennessee, Maine And New Hampshire’s Secretaries of State Are Already Elected By Their State Legislatures.

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Tennessee Veterans Services Commissioner And Deputy Resign After HR Investigation

A Human Resources Investigation has found evidence of abusive, racist remarks and an inappropriate relationship prior to the resignation of Tennessee Veterans Services Commissioner Courtney Rogers and Deputy Commissioner Tilman Goins.

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U.S. Sen. Cassidy Joins Group Pushing $908 billion COVID-19 Relief

U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy on Tuesday joined a “bipartisan, bicameral coalition” of lawmakers to announce a $908 billion COVID-19 aid package they hope can pass both chambers before the end of the year.

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