Republicans, Business Groups Bash Biden’s Employee Vaccine Mandate

President Joe Biden’s Executive Order Requiring Businesses With 100 Or More Employees To Require Vaccinations Against COVID-19 Received A Strong Response From Tennessee Republicans And Business Organizations.

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Southern Legislative Conference Begins In Nashville

Officials From 15 States Converged On Nashville Saturday To Kick Off The 75th Southern Legislative Conference, An Annual Conference Where Current And Former State Officials, Legislators, And Industry Leaders Meet To Share Policy Ideas. The Event Runs From July 10-14.

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State Representative Mike Carter Loses Battle With Pancreatic Cancer

Representative Mike Carter, A Republican From Ooltewah, Dies At Age 67 After A Short Battle With Pancreatic Cancer.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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Missing Elderly Citizens To Be Found Faster Through New TN Law (updated)

Under New Legislation, Law Enforcement Would Be Asked To Immediately Begin An Investigation, After Receiving The Appropriate Information About The Missing Person’s Physical & Mental Status, And Enter The Missing Person Into The National Crime Information Center Within 4 Hours Of Verifying The Incident.

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Governor Lee Speaks Out Against Vaccine Passports

Governor Lee And Other Tennessee Legislators Are Speaking Out Publicly In Opposition Of The Rumored “Vaccine Passports”, A Policy That Would Require Individuals To Provide Proof Of A COVID-19 Vaccination.

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Legislation Filed To Limit Power Of TN’s Metro Health Departments

A bill that would limit the power of Tennessee’s six metropolitan health departments has been filed for consideration by Knoxville Republican Rep. Jason Zachary, and it has gained the support of House leadership.

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