Bill Filed In TN Legislature For More Transparency On Food Labels About “Vaccine Materials”

Although Reading Food Product Labels Will Likely Still Require A Few Google Searches From The Average Consumer, Proposed Legislation Does Bring Attention To An Issue That Many Tennessee Residents May Not Previously Have Been Aware Of.

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Rep. Powers To Re-Introduce Bill To Combat Big Tech Censorship Of Tennessee Citizens

Representative Dennis Powers Plans To Reintroduce His Social Media Common Carrier Bill With Hopes That It Will Pass This Time Around. Powers Believes Social Media Is The Town Square Of Our Time And That Social Media Companies Are Common Carriers, Just Like A Phone Company Or Hotel Chain, And They Should Not Discriminate Based Upon Political Ideology.

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Election Integrity Patriot “Doxxed And Castigated” In Public By Williamson County Election Commissioner

During The Williamson County Election Commission Meeting On October 18th, Former Chair And Recently Reinstated Commissioner Robert D. “Bob” Brown Conducted A Mock Trial To Dispute Election Integrity Concerns Raised By Kathleen Harms In A Recent Interview With The Tennessee Conservative.

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Opinions Differ On Tennessee Constitutional Amendments On November Ballot

Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions. While The Amendments Are Presented In A Solely Positive Fashion By The Powers That Be, Some Concerned Tennesseans Have Voiced Concerns. Following Is What Some Proponents And Critics Say About Each Of The Four Amendments.

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TN Methodically Moves Toward Total Elimination Of Professional Privilege Tax

Tennessee Lawmakers Eliminated Another Sector Of Privilege Tax This Year With The Removal Of Physicians And Osteopathic Physicians From The $400 Annual State Licensing Tax.

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To Help Combat Illicit Drugs, New TN Legislation Requires Fatal Overdoses Be Reported To Police

A New Law In Tennessee Requires Hospitals To Report All Fatal Overdoses To Local Law Enforcement. The Intention Of The Bill Is To Help Police Determine Where People Are Obtaining These Drugs In An Effort To Stop Those Individuals Who Are Distributing Them.

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28 Political Endorsements For REAL Conservatives In Tennessee

***Update – We’ve added three more candidates to our Endorsement list!***

Tennessee Conservative’s List Of Endorsements For The 2022 Election Season. We May Add More Candidates To Our List Of Endorsements As Time Goes On.

We Are Endorsing Multiple Candidates That Are Running Against Republican Incumbents, Many Are RINO’s While Some Are Moderate Benchwarmers.

The Fact Is, We Never Truly Know How A New Individual Will Perform Once Elected To Office. But We Certainly Know How Those Who Have Held Office Have Performed And Their Track Records Demonstrate That It’s Time For A Change.

This List, In Our Opinion, Reflects The Candidates That We Believe Would Best Serve Conservative Principles Should They Be Elected Or Re-Elected To Office.

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Lee Signs Abortion Influence Education Act Into Law

Governor Lee Has Signed A Bill Into Law That Bans Tennessee Schools From Having Any Dealings With Those Who Provide Or Fund Abortion Services.

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