Senator Ferrell Haile Caught On Camera Defending Puberty Blockers

For Months Now, The Chris Spencer For State Senate Campaign Has Been Sounding The Alarm Against Sitting Senator Ferrell Haile’s Legislative Record, Especially His Support Of SB126, Which Allowed The Continued Application Of Hormone-Blocking Agents To Minors As Young As Nine Years Old.

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Bail Industry Gears Up For Battle Over Next Tennessee Constitutional Amendment

Tennessee’s Top Lawmakers And The Bail Industry Are On A Collision Course In 2025 As The Legislature Renews Debate On A Constitutional Amendment Designed To Keep More Criminal Suspects In Jail Until They Go To Court.

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RINOs Rally Behind Establishment Candidate Tom Hatcher

Based On Campaign Contributions, Establishment Republicans Have A Clear Favorite In The Pool Of Candidates For Tennessee’s District 2 Senate Seat.

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Tennessee Bill Preventing Credit Card Codes For Firearms Store Sales Signed Into Law

Credit Card Companies And Banks In Tennessee Cannot Use A Separate Code To Designate Sales At Firearms Retailers In The State After Gov. Bill Lee Signed A Bill Into Law.

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Death Penalty For Child Rape In Tennessee Advances To Becoming State Law

This Week, A Bill That Would Allow The Application Of The Death Penalty For The Crime Of Rape Of A Child In The State Of Tennessee Has Moved Closer To Becoming Law.

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As Tennessee Legislators Continue To Debate $1.5B Franchise Tax Rebate, Records Indicate Most Money Will Go Out-Of-State

New Records Indicate That The $1.9 Franchise Tax Change Being Finalized During The General Session Was Initiated By Requests From 24 Businesses, And, If Approved, Most Of That Money Would Not Even Stay In Tennessee.

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Governor Lee Voices Opposition To House GOP’s “Non-Negotiable” Franchise Tax Transparency Measure

As The General Assembly’s Attempt At A Franchise Tax Repeal And Rebate For The State Of Tennessee Awaits A Compromise Via Conference Committee, Gov. Bill Lee Has Voiced His Opposition To The House Version Of The Legislation.

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Governor Lee Signs Bill To Allow Super Bowl Contract To Remain Hidden For 10 Years

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed A Bill Into Law That Will Allow Tennessee’s Department Of Tourism To Hide Negotiated Contracts For A Potential Super Bowl And Other Events For Up To 10 Years.

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