Nashville Record Executive Files Second Lawsuit Against Transgender Bathroom Law

Independent Record Label Curb Records And The Mike Curb Foundation Filed A Federal Lawsuit Wednesday, Challenging Tennessee’s New Transgender Bathroom Law. This New Lawsuit Comes Swiftly On The Heels Of The Tennessee ACLU’s Initial Lawsuit Against Governor Bill Lee And Several Additional Parties.

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Thanks To Stalking Victim, Lifetime Order Of Protection Takes Effect July 1

A New Law Will Take Effect July 1st, Giving Victims Of Violent Crime An Option To Seek A Lifetime Order Of Protection. Tennessee Resident And Stalking Victim, Nikki Goeser, Testified Before Lawmakers Twice To Help Get This Bill Passed.

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GOP Leaders Warn TN Health Dept For Pushing Vaccines On Minors

Republican Lawmakers Threatened To Do Away With The Tennessee Department Of Health During A Meeting Last Week After Discussions About The Department’s Blatant Targeting Of Minors Receiving The COVID Vaccine Without Consent From Parents Or Guardians.

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Biden Tax Hikes In Flux As Infrastructure Negotiations Shift

The Collapse Of Negotiations Between The White House And Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, On An Infrastructure Deal Raised Concerns That Biden’s Proposed Tax Increases Could Regain Footing, But Lawmakers Wednesday Indicated That Likely Wouldn’t Be The Case.

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TN General Assembly Passes Measure To Expand Access To Quality, Affordable Healthcare

Before Leaving Nashville Last Week, Tennessee Lawmakers Passed Certificate-Of-Need (CON) Reform, Which Would Reduce The Requirements And Costs Associated With Opening, Reopening Or Expanding A Hospital.

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Republicans Debate Breaking Up Big Tech After Trump’s Facebook Suspension

Many Republicans In Congress Have Reignited Their Calls To Break Up The Big Tech Companies After Facebook Announced Last Week They Would Maintain The Suspension Of Former President Donald Trump’s Account.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $42.6B State Budget

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A $42.6 Billion State Budget Thursday For The Fiscal Year That Starts July 1.

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Republicans Push Back As Biden’s Proposed Spending Requests Top $6 Trillion

Republican Lawmakers Pushed Back Wednesday After The White House Unveiled A New $1.8 Trillion Spending Plan That Includes Free College Tuition Provisions And Up To 12 Weeks Of Paid Family Leave.

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Republican Lawmakers Testify At Senate Hearing Against Equality Act

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee This Week Heard Testimony On HR 5, The Equality Act, Which Passed The House Earlier This Month. Several Republican Lawmakers Testified Against The Bill, Including Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford, & Missouri Rep. Vicky Hartzler.

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