RINOs Allow Commercial Airline To Transport Illegal Aliens To Tennessee

On Monday Morning, KWAM Reported That A Jetliner “Filled With Illegals” Had Taken Off From New York City And Was Headed For Memphis. Tennessee Republicans Had A Chance During This Year’s Legislative Session To Ban The Mass Transportation Of Illegal Aliens Into The State. The RINO Lawmakers That Killed The Proposed Legislation Are Seeking Reelection.

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Bill Requiring Immigration Status Check For Voters In Tennessee Becomes Law

With The Signing Of A New Law, Tennessee’s Elections Now Have Greater Protections Against Illegal Aliens Being Registered To Vote In Them.

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Lee Signs Law Requiring Process For Reporting Complaints Of Divisive Concepts In Tennessee Higher Education

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed A New Bill On Monday That Is Aimed At Establishing A Process For Reporting Complaints About The Teaching Of Divisive Concepts In The State’s Colleges And Universities.

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12 Republican Senators Allow Gay Pride Flags in Tennessee Schools Ahead of Election (Update 4.25.24)

A Tennessee Bill That Would Ban The Display Of Pride Flags – And Other Flags That Are Ideological Or Political In Nature – Did Not Pass On The Senate Floor On Tuesday. The Roll Call Vote Of 13 To 6 Failed To Gain A Constitutional Majority Of 17 Votes.

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Tennessee Bill Allowing Law Enforcement To Assign SROs To Schools That Do Not Request One Signed By Governor Lee

Governor Lee Has Signed Legislation That Will Allow Law Enforcement Officials To Assign School Resource Officers To Schools That Have Not Entered Into An Agreement Between The Local School Board And Law Enforcement Agency To Obtain One.

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Bill That Potentially Protects Murderers Of Minors Passes In Tennessee Senate

A Bill That Could Potentially Shield Violent Perpetrators Who Have Murdered A Child From Receiving Just Consequence Has Passed In The Tennessee Senate With A Vote Of 28 To 3.

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Senate Passes Bill Requiring Immigration Status Check For Voters In Tennessee

Tennessee State Senators Voted To Pass Legislation That Will Require Election Coordinators To Compare The Statewide Voter Registration Database With The Department Of Safety Database To Ensure That There Are No Illegal Aliens Registered To Vote.

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Year-Round Board Schools Bill For Tennessee’s “At-Risk” Youth Placed Behind Governor’s Budget

A Bill To Create Year-Round Boarding Schools Or “Opportunity Public Charter Schools” For “At-Risk” Youth In Tennessee Has Been Placed Behind The Governor’s Budget In The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee After Passing On The Senate Floor Just Last Week.

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Bill Allowing Non-Lethal Weapon Carry On Public College Campuses Passes Tennessee Legislature In Response To Murder Of College Student By Illegal Alien

The Tennessee General Assembly Has Passed A Bill To Remove The Criminal Offense For Carrying A Non-Lethal Self-Defense Weapon Like Pepper Spray On A Public College Campus. The Legislation Is In Response To The Murder Of A College Student In Athens, Georgia Who Was Murdered On-Campus By An Illegal Alien.

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Tennessee Year-Round Boarding School Bill Passes Senate Despite Concerning Issues

Proposed Legislation That Would Allow Year-Round Boarding Schools To Be Created In Tennessee For “At Risk” Youth Passed In The Senate Yesterday Despite Concerning Issues With The Bill.

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