Program Provides Training, Financial Support To TN Volunteer Firefighters

The Program Recognizes Volunteer Firefighters And Encourages Them To Increase Their Training And Earn Additional Certifications In Order To Provide Greater Safety To Their Communities And Fellow Firefighters.

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It’s All About Liberty [Interview with Senator Janice Bowling]

In this interview, Bowling gives us updates on Corporate/Private Vaccine Mandates & Liability, Forced Masking of Children & Students in Government Schools/Colleges, and Separation of Powers.

Bowling also walks us through how many good bills with strong Conservative standing were killed or watered down to the point of being ineffective in the Tennessee Legislature.

Bowling also offers practical advice for Conservatives who want to help claw back the liberties and freedoms that have been taken over the past 18 months.

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Bipartisan Bill Aims To Improve Affordability Of Veteran’s Long-Term Care Options

United States Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Senator Kyrsten Sinema Have Introduced A Bipartisan Bill Entitled “Long-term Care Veterans Choice Act” — Legislation That Would Require The VA To Expand Veterans’ Access To The Medical Foster Home Program.

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Blackburn And Colleagues Introduce Comprehensive Afghanistan Legislation

In Response To The Botched Exit From Afghanistan, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Jim Risch (R-idaho), Led 20 Colleagues In Introducing The Afghanistan Counterterrorism, Oversight, And Accountability Act. The Legislation Was Introduced To Address The Outstanding Issues Related To The Administration’s Rushed And Disastrous Withdrawal From Afghanistan.

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Hagerty Aims To Help Out Lower-Income Performing Artists With Tax Credit

United States Senator Bill Hagerty Joined Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) In Introducing Legislation To Provide Much-needed Tax Relief To Working Artists By Updating The Qualified Performing Artist (QPA) Tax Deduction, Which Allows Certain Performing Artists To Deduct The Cost Of Expenses Incurred In The Course Of Their Employment.

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Proposed Legislation Would Prevent Anonymous Child Abuse Reporting

Legislators In Tennessee Are Considering A Change In The Way Reporting Of Child Abuse And Neglect Is Handled In The State By Requiring Reporters To Identify Themselves And Also Allowing Those Who Are Accused To Petition The Court For That Information.

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Republicans Call On Biden To Fix Border Crisis In Del Rio

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Is Urging Biden To Deploy The National Guard To Help Texas Personnel To Resolve A Humanitarian Crisis Resulting From Roughly 14,000 People Illegally Congregating Under The Del Rio International Bridge In The Border Town Of Del Rio, Texas.

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Tennessee Will Put $180 Million In Public-Private Welfare Program

Tennessee Officials Have Said They Will Be Allocating $180 Million In Grants For Public-Private Partnerships To Create Welfare Programs. The Funds Will Be Given Through 2025 For Programs That Help Low-Income Tennessee Families Become Self-Sufficient.

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AG Slatery Joins Efforts Opposing Federal Control Of State Elections

In A Letter To Congressional Leaders, TN Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III & 22 Other Attorneys General Warn That Legislation Under Consideration In Congress Would Allow The U.S. Dept. Of Justice To Federalize The Election System By Usurping The Authority States Rightly Possess Over The Administration Of Their Elections.

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