Tres Wittum Causes Disturbance At GOP Event By “Standing Up And Speaking Out”

One Of The Republican Candidates For The New 5th Congressional District Was Removed From The Tennessee Republican Party’s Annual Statesman’s Dinner On Saturday. Tres Wittum Who Attended The Fundraiser At Music City Center Caused A Disturbance By Loudly Addressing Lt. Gov. Randy McNally And Speaker Sexton Cameron As They Took The Stage.

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Tennessee Civil Asset Forfeiture Brought $16M In Funds In 2021, But Transparency Lacking

In 2021, Law Enforcement In Tennessee Seized $16 Million Worth Of Cash And $15.8 Million Was Forfeited In Court. But According To Annual Reports From Tennessee’s Department Of Safety And Homeland Security, Departments Used Just $195,000 Of Those Funds.

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Vanderbilt Denies Heart Transplant To 7-Month Old Baby Because He Is Not Vaccinated

The Transplant Team At Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Led By Dr. David Bearl Has Denied Placing 7-Month Old August Stoll On The Transplant List Due To His Vaccination Status.

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Tennessee Legislators Send Campaign Finance Bill to Conference Committees

Tennessee State Senators Refused To Concur On Amendments That The House Made To A Controversial Campaign Finance Bill, Leading Both Chambers To Appoint Conference Committees In An Attempt To Work Out A Compromise.

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Four Republican Senators Send Obscene Books Bill To Summer Study

After Passing The Senate Education Committee Last Week, A Bill That Aims To Prohibit Educational Institutions From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students Was Stymied In The Senate Judiciary Committee When A Vote To Send The Bill To Summer Study Passed 6 To 3.

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Legislation Authorizing Local Law Enforcement To Enforce Federal Immigration Laws In TN Fails In Senate Committee

Legislation That Would Have Given Local Law Enforcement The Authority To Enforce Federal Law And Arrest Anyone Transporting, Harboring Or Facilitating The Transport Of Illegal Aliens Into Tennessee Was Scheduled To Be Heard By Both House And Senate Committees Yesterday. The Senate Version Of The Bill Failed In The Senate Judiciary Committee And The House Version Was Taken Off Notice In The Criminal Justice Committee Later.

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Rep. White’s Charter School Bill Unrelated To Gov. Lee’s Hillsdale Plan

Amid Uproar Over Gov. Bill Lee’s Plan To Bring 50 Conservative Charter Schools To Tennessee, Legislation Is Being Considered That Would Make It Easier For Charters To Run In Taxpayer-Funded Buildings.

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Divisive Charter School Bill Heads To Education Subcommittee Tomorrow

Representative Mark White Is The Sponsor Of A Bill Heading To The Education Instruction Subcommittee Tomorrow That Would Allow Charter Schools To Bypass The Input Of Parents Via Their Elected School Boards And Apply Directly To The State Charter School Commission Instead.

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Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity & 4 Other Bills To Follow

Republican-Led Bills With Subjects Ranging From Election Integrity, Employee Medical Freedom, Natural Immunity, Penalties For Sexual Predators To E-Verify, And Vehicle Sales Tax Exemption For Members Of The Tennessee National Guard Are All Soon-To-Be Up For Debate In The Tennessee General Assembly.

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