Many TN Congressmen Oppose Federal Spending, Infrastructure Bills

As The U.S. House Of Representatives Moves Closer To Potential Votes On A $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill And Social Spending Bill Several Of Tennessee’s U.S. Representatives Are Pushing Back On The Proposals.

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TN Congressional Members Demand Answers About HHS Limiting Monoclonal Therapy

Biden’s U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services (HHS) Said It Is Imposing New Limits On States’ Ability To Access To COVID-19 Antibody Treatments Amid Rising Demand. This Has Resulted In Reduced Shipments And Delays Getting These Drugs To Providers In A Number Of States, Including Tennessee.

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Conference To Address How Local & World Issues Effect Children’s Futures & Christian Culture

Truth Be Told Tennessee Conference Offers An Opportunity To Learn About Current Local And World Issues As They Pertain To Our Children, Their Future, And The Rapidly Changing Judeo-Christian Culture In America.

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Austin Peay Denies Religious Exemption To Mask Mandate

Austin Peay State University In Clarksville, Tennessee Has Denied A Request For Religious Exemption For A Dual-Enrollment Student To Their Campus-Wide Mask Mandate And Now Seek To Deny An Appeal To The Family’s Religious Discrimination Case Against The School.

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TN Conservatives Host 9/11 Event With Conservative Speakers, Panelists, Patriotic Music

The Tennessee Conservative Convention Will Be Hosting A 9/11 Event On September 11, 2021 Featuring Guest Speakers Newt Gingrich, Oliver North, Eric Trump, Governor Bill Lee, Congressmen Scott DesJarlais, Mark Green And John Rose. In Addition, Dr. Alan Keyes, Ricky Skaggs And Dan Austin Will Also Be Speaking At The Event.

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Tennessee Firearms Association Event Receives Support From TN GOP

The Tennessee Firearms Association Annual Fundraising Dinner Auction Has Already Received Notable Support From Several Elected Officials In Tennessee As Sponsors Of The Event.

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Death Toll From Tennessee Flood Rises As Biden Approves Disaster Relief

The Death Toll From Recent Flooding In Middle Tennessee Has Continued To Rise Since Saturday, August 21. On Tuesday Afternoon, Chief Grant Gillespie Of The Waverly Department Of Public Safety Confirmed There Were 18 Dead And 3 Missing In Humphreys County. Biden Approved Governor Lee’s Major Disaster Declaration On Tuesday To Aid In Recovery.

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Representative DesJarlais Stands Against Vaccine Mandate For Military

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Is Set To Implement A Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate For Active-Duty U.S. Armed Forces Members Soon. Congressman Scott DesJarlais Released A Statement In Opposition To Any COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For Military Service Members.

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Tennessee’s Open Border Problem

Did You Ever Believe Chattanooga, Tennessee – Touching Nine Other States And About 24 Hours Away From The Mexican Border By Car – Would Be Involved In An Ever-Changing Story Involving A Migrant Detention Center Housing Unaccompanied Alien Children Who Are In Federal Custody After Being Apprehended Crossing The Open Southern Border?

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