Garnering Support For Special Session On Medical Freedom Is Not A Given

Republican Leaders In The House And Senate Are Still Working To Gain Two-Thirds Support And Signatures Among Members To Call A Special Session On COVID-19 Issues.

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Right To Work Committee Announces Leadership In All TN Counties

The Yes On 1 Committee Has Announced Its Regional And Local Leadership Team, Naming A County Chairman In All 95 Tennessee Counties. Yes On 1 Will Advocate For Amendment 1 To Place Right-To-Work In The Tennessee Constitution, Which Will Appear On The Ballot On November 8, 2022. Right-To-Work Says That Tennesseans Cannot Be Forced To Join A Union And Pay Dues In Order To Get Or Keep Their Job.

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Craft Brewer Distribution Bill Signed By Lee

Johnson City Brewing Owner Eric Latham Started The Process Four Years Ago To Get Small Craft Brewers The Right To Self-Distribute Outside Of County Lines In Tennessee. Latham Learned Monday His Efforts And The Efforts Of Many Others Have Led To The Bill Gov. Bill Lee Signed Into Law Last Week.

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TN General Assembly Cuts Unemployment Eligibility Weeks By Over Half, Bumps Up Benefit Amount

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A Bill That Will Cut The Number Of Weeks Tennesseans Are Eligible For Unemployment From 26 Weeks To 12 Weeks. House Bill 1039 Also Increases The Weekly Benefit Amount.

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TN Kids Now Can Transfer School Districts Easier With New Law

A Bill Was Passed By The Tennessee Senate That Would Give Families More Ease When Transferring Their Children To Schools Outside Their Zone. If The Bill Passes Into Law, All Local Education Agencies In The State Will Have To Adopt Policies That Make Intra-district Transfers A Smoother Process.

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Bill Limiting Unemployment Compensation Passes Tennessee House

The Tennessee House Passed Legislation Tuesday That Would Limit Unemployment Compensation From The State To 12 Weeks While Increasing The Weekly Pay For The First Time Since 2001.

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Tennessee Restitution Bill Moves Forward During Victim’s Rights Week

Tennessee’s Victims’ Rights Bill Continues To Advance Through The Legislature, After Passing In The Judiciary Committee On Tuesday, April 20. This Bill Aims To Put The Victims Of A Crime First.

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Tennessee Craft Brewer’s Distribution Journey Takes Another Step Forward

Another Win For Tennessee Craft Brewers Who Wish To Expand Their Distribution Network With The Passing Of House Bill 189 In Committee.

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Effort To Help Tennessee’s Craft Brewers Expand Passes Senate

The Tennessee Senate Unanimously Passed A Bill Wednesday That Would Expand Craft Breweries’ Ability To Distribute Their Beer On Their Own. The Legislation Was Aimed To Be A Gateway For Small Brewers To Grow On Their Own Throughout The State, Making Them Then More Attractive To Wholesalers.

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