East Tennessee Republicans Unite To Re-Elect Pody

On Monday, October 11th, Forty To Fifty Republicans Met For Breakfast At The Bearden Event Center In Knoxville To Commemorate The Reelection Campaign Of Senator Mark Pody (R-Lebanon).

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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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Campbell County GOP Event Features Fleischmann, Sexton, Yager And Powers

On Friday, August 20th, 2021 The Campbell County Republican Party And Campbell County Republican Women’s Club Will Be Hosting Their Lincoln Day – Reagan Day Dinner And Live Auction With Guest Speakers Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, House Speaker Cameron Sexton, Senator Ken Yager And Representative Dennis Powers.

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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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Who Is Your State Attorney General Working For?

With A Deluge Of Progressive Socialists Invading Our Governments, It Is Vital That Each Conservative State Has An Aggressive “Legal Beagle” To Fight Like A Mad Dog To Guard Their Sovereignty And State’s Rights. Electing The Attorney General Gives Us A Tenable Watch Dog To Support The Laws We Pass And Defend The Laws Our Voters Have Approved. This Is Critical To Isolate Us From Progressive Federalism.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $1 Million for Coal Industry

TN Legislators Passed A Bill That Will Allow The State To Regain Control Of A Coal Industry That Has Been Seriously Lacking In Production In Recent Years. Initial Agreements Showed That Oversight Of The Industry Would Come At No Cost To The State, But The New Bill Will Leave Tennessee Paying Nearly $1 Million Per Year.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Lee’s Top Criminal Justice Priorities

The Tennessee Senate Passed Two Criminal Justice Reform Bills Wednesday That Aim To Alter How Many Tennesseans Go To Jail For Minor Offenses And To Require Mandatory Supervision Once People Leave Prison.

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Two Bills That Could Affect Tennessee Sports Betting Put On Hold

In The Midst Of Tennessee’s Online Sportsbook Losing Their Betting License, State Legislators Have Put On Hold Two Bills That Would Change Online Betting.

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Senate Approves Constitutional Amendment To Change How Tennessee Attorney General Is Selected

Senate Joint Resolution 1 Calls For Both Chambers Of The General Assembly To Confirm The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Nomination For Attorney General Rather Than Allowing The High Court To Appoint The Attorney General Through A Secret Vote Of Justices.

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