Legislation That Would Create A Process By Which Tennessee Could Nullify Actions Taken By The Federal Government Has Passed The House Public Service Subcommittee And Will Head On To The Full State Government Committee.Read more
Legislation Aiming To Require Governing Bodies In Tennessee To Allow Public Comments During Meetings Scheduled To Be Heard This Week In House And Senate Committees.Read more
A Bill Aimed At Requiring Public Comment At State Governmental Meetings Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The House Public Service Subcommittee On Tuesday February 14th, 2023.Read more
A House Joint Resolution With The Ultimate Goal Of Imposing Term Limits On Both Elected And Appointed Government Officials In The State Of Tennessee Is Advancing To Its Next Step In The Legislative Process.Read more
On March 18th, The Tennessee Lobbyist Association (TLA) Sent An Email To All Their Members Urging Their Action To Lobby Against ‘Transparency For Taxpayer-Funded Lobbying’ Legislation Currently Being Considered In The General Assembly.Read more
A Bill To Prohibit Taxpayer-Funded State Agencies From Lobbying For Or Against State Legislation Has Been Taken Off Notice For The House Public Service Subcommittee Due To A Likely Defeat Of The Companion Senate Bill In Committee And The Fact That The Practice The Bill Aims To Address Is Most Likely Already In Violation Of Tennessee Code And The State’s Constitution.Read more
Ok, please don’t just skim this. I need you to do two things that are in your best interest – and the best interest of Conservatism.
#1 – PLEASE watch this interview with Senator Mark Pody about the negative consequences and conflicts of interests involved when state agencies lobby against your interest – all while using YOUR tax dollars! It should surprise you and make you want to move on to #2.
#2 – PLEASE contact the members of the State and Local Government Committee by phone and email. You can find their information in this post…
Two Republicans In The Tennessee Legislature Have Introduced A Set Of Companion Bills That Would, In Effect, Negate The Statutory Guarantee That Tennessee Citizens Cannot Be Charged Fees To Review Public Records.Read more
Representative Robin Smith And Senator Mark Pody Are Sponsoring A Set Of Bills In The Tennessee General Assembly That, In Part, Would Prohibit A State Agency From Lobbying For Or Against State-Level Legislation.Read more
Two Tennessee Bills Of Interest To Conservative Voters Are Moving Forward And Have Been Placed On The Calendars Of Subcommittees. Now Is The Time To Contact Subcommittee Members If You Support The Bills.Read more