End The Emergency

The Emergency Powers Of Gov. Bill Lee Need To Be Limited Immediately. The Extended State Of Emergency Which Now Governs The State Of Tennessee Is Unconscionable. Further, It Has Rendered The General Assembly Ineffective In Their Oath Of Office. The People Request The General Assembly To End The Current Emergency. Additionally, They Need To Further Constrain Both The Scope And Duration Of Emergency Powers Of The Governor By Requiring Approval By The House And Senate Before They Become Effective Or Extended.

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Ford Plant Squeaking Through Legislative Committees

Tennessee Lawmakers Treated A Proposed $5.6 Billion Ford Electric Truck Plant As If It Were Too Big To Fail, Passing Legislation Tuesday In Committees Through Gritted Teeth Before One Piece Stalled In The House Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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Constitutionality Of Tennessee Sex Offender Registry Questioned

Legislators Met On Wednesday To Take A Close Look At Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry After Nearly Thirty Lawsuits Were Brought Against The System.

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Tennessee Prepares for Redistricting With Help From The Public

As Tennessee Prepares To Redistrict, Lawmakers Are Trying To Make It A Fair Process. The State House Select Committee On Redistricting Is Using The Latest Information From The Census To Draw New Maps. This Will Lay The Boundaries For New Political Boundaries For The Congressional, State Senate, And State House Districts.

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Biden’s Poll Numbers Drop; Hearing Called For Afghanistan Withdrawal

After The Withdrawal Of U.S. Troops From Afghanistan Left Dozens Of Casualties, Lawmakers On Both Sides Of The Aisle Want Answers On What Went Wrong. The President’s Approval Rating Has Steadily Dropped As The Difficulties Of The Withdrawal Took Center Stage.

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Voting Legislation Heads To U.S. Senate, Would Expand Fed Control Over Election Rules

A New Bill To Significantly Expand Federal Power Over State Elections Is Headed To The U.S. Senate, The Latest In A Traffic Jam Of Controversial Legislation To Be Decided On By Congress.

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Biden Administration Plans Unemployment Benefits Beyond Deadline

The Biden Administration Is Working To Ensure That $300 Weekly Unemployment Payments From Federal Taxpayers Continue In Some Form Beyond Their Expiration Date Set By Congress.

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