TN Bill That Would Require Non-Profit Groups To Report Expenditures 60-Days Prior To Elections Passes Senate (Update 4.21.22)

An Amended Version Of A Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Been Passed By The Tennessee Senate With A 26 To 2 Vote In Favor.

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Action Alert: TN Republican Leadership Seeks To Censor Conservative Grassroots Groups 60-Days Before An Election!

1) Action Alert! – Sexton’s Bill Would Censor Conservative Groups 60 Days Before Elections!
2) Bill To Sneak In Vaccinations Without Parental Consent Taken Off Notice
3) Legislation Authorizing Local Law Enforcement To Enforce Federal Immigration Laws In TN Fails In Senate Committee
4) Legislation Limiting ‘Divisive Teachings’ In Universities Heads To Gov. Lee For Signature
5) Tennessee Mayors Say It’s Time For Tax Dollars To Stay In Their Cities
6) Waverly, TN Flood Survivors Sue CSX Rail Company For ‘Man Made Tidal Wave’
7) Lawsuit Filed Against State Over Congressional Primary Residency Legislation

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Bill To Sneak In Vaccinations Without Parental Consent Taken Off Notice

In The Last Scheduled Meeting This Session For The House Health Committee, A Caption Bill That Was Snuck In Under The Radar With An Amendment To Push The HPV Vaccine For Minors Was Taken Off Notice By The Bill Sponsor.

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Adhering To The Constitution And The Blurring Of Lines Between Branches Of TN Government (Interview with Deputy Speaker of the TN Senate, Janice Bowling)

In this unprecedented interview, Senator Janice Bowling (Deputy Speaker of The Tennessee Senate) openly speaks of issues in the Tennessee legislature that seem worse this year than ever before.

Bowling sounds off on the importance of practicing Constitutional guaranteed State’s Rights, how good Conservative legislation is being waylaid in subcommittees and committees, the misuse of ‘caption bills’, the suppression of medical freedoms, Governor Lee’s corporate-centric budget, lobbying and the blurring of lines between the branches of Tennessee Government.

All this and much more in this is an eye-opening interview that you absolutely do not want to miss!

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Action Alert: End Big Tech Censorship, GOP & Illegal Immigration, Religious Freedom & More: TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Update!

1) Social Media Common Carrier Bill Is One Step Closer To Becoming Law
2) Parent Bill Of Rights Blocked By House Health Subcommittee
3) Lobbying Transparency Bill Dies Due To Lack Of Subcommittee Support
4) Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature
5) Some Senate Republicans Do Not Support Legislation To Ban Abortions In Tennessee
6) Senator Janice Bowling Speaks On The Tenth Amendment And States’ Rights
7) Survey Shows All-Time Low Consumer Outlook In Tennessee

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Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature

An Act That Prohibits A Public Official From Limiting The Lawful Operation Of A Church Or Religious Organization, Including Religious Services, During A Time Of An Emergency, Major Disaster, Or Natural Disaster Has Passed The Tennessee Legislature With Overwhelming Votes In Favor.

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Parent Bill Of Rights Blocked By House Health Subcommittee (Update 3.25.22)

After Being Rolled Multiple Times Without Action By The House Health Subcommittee, The Parent Bill Of Rights Was Dealt The Killing Blow During Their March 22nd Meeting By Failing To Receive A Second.

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TN House And Senate To Consider “Youth Health Protection Act” (Update 3.24.22)

A Set Of Companion Bills In The Tennessee General Assembly, Collectively Known As The “Youth Health Protection Act,” Will Be Heard In The House Health Subcommittee And Senate Health And Welfare Committee Next Week.

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SCOTUS, Abortion, Consumer Outlook With Brandon Lewis Of The Tennessee Conservative

Following Abernathy Speaking About Senator Marsha Blackburn’s Response To The Nomination Of Ketanji Brown Jackson For The U.S. Supreme Court, Lewis Talks About A Survey That Shows An All-Time Low Consumer Outlook In Tennessee, Legislation To Ban Abortions In Tennessee, And Senator Bowling’s Speech On The Tenth Amendment And State’s Rights.

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