Border Agents Apprehend Known Terrorists, Gang Members Entering U.S. Illegally

U.S. Customs And Border Protection Officers Are Apprehending Individuals On The Federal Terrorist Watch List, Those With Criminal Convictions And Wanted By Law Enforcement, And Gang Members Attempting To Enter The U.S. Southern Border Illegally.

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Former Special Agent Says Crime Will “Get Worse Before It Gets Better”

Former Supervisory Special Agent James A. Gagliano Joined Sen. Marsha Blackburn On Wednesday And Explained That There Is A “Huge Mistake” Being Made When It Comes To Policing.

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Metro Council Continues Push To Aid Residents In Bypassing State Abortion Ban

The Metro Council Is Forbidding Law Enforcement Officials From Using License Plate Readers To Enforce Laws Against Abortion. They Also Decided To Defer The Allocation Of $500,000 Of Metro Funds To Go Towards A Grant To Planned Parenthood.

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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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Tennessee School Safety Update

Yesterday, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Released An Update On Actions The Administration Has Taken To Enhance School Safety Following Executive Order 97, Which Directed State Agencies To Engage Parents, Increase Transparency And Collaborate With Local Law Enforcement And School Districts.

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Biden Is Putting States On Cleanup Duty (Marsha Blackburn Op-ed)

In Tennessee, The Increase In Illegal Immigration Has Put A Heavy Burden On Law Enforcement. Just This Month In Chattanooga, A McDonald’s Employee Called The Police After She Caught Illegal Immigrants Harassing Customers For Spare Change. Beyond Petty Crime, Deadlier Than Normal Drugs Have Made It Into The Hands Of Local Dealers, Courtesy Of Cartel Mules. Illegal Drugs Laced With Fentanyl Are Now Responsible For 79% Of Drug Overdose Deaths In Nashville. When I Talk With Sheriffs About The Impact Of Drug Trafficking In Tennessee, They Tell Me What They Used To Measure In Ounces, They Now Measure In Pounds.

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Nashville City Council Forbids License Plate Reader Data To Be Used For Immigration Enforcement

Metro City Council In Nashville Voted Tuesday Night To Prevent License Plate Reader Data From Being Used To Enforce Immigration Laws. The Measure Passed In A Vote Of 32-1 With Only Council Member Robert Swope Opposing.

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