Ford Motors Settles Lawsuit With Tennessee Over Misleading Advertising

The Ford Motor Company, Whose Forthcoming Electric Truck Plant In West Tennessee Was Landed By State Leaders With $900 Million In Taxpayer Incentives, Has Just Settled A Lawsuit Brought By The State Over Claims The Auto Company Engaged In Misleading Advertising That Falsely Inflated Mileage Claims For Some Of Its Vehicles Over The Past Decade.

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TN House Adds Construction Reporting Requirement At Ford’s Blue Oval City

An Amended Bill Requiring The Review Of Any Construction Contracts With Companies Building At The Ford Blue Oval Megasite In West Tennessee Passed The House, 69-22, On Thursday.

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Scramble To House Ford Megasite Workers Begins

Celebrations For The $5.6 Billion Ford Motor Electric Truck And Battery Plant Are Over As State And Local Officials Run Headlong Into The Reality Of A Massive Construction Project.

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Lee Chairs Right To Work Amendment While Tiptoeing On Ford Question

Gov. Bill Lee Will Chair A Yes On 1 Campaign To Put The State’s Right To Work Law In The Tennessee Constitution, But When It Comes To Ford Motor Co., The Governor Won’t Say Whether He’ll Actively Campaign Against Unionization At The West Tennessee Plant Scheduled To Open In 2025.

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Ford Announces Mandate That Will Apply To Blue Oval City Employees

All Ford Motor Co. Salaried Employees Have Until December 8th To Get Fully Vaccinated For Covid-19. If A Medical Or Religious Exemption Is Not Granted Before That Date, They Will Be Placed On Unpaid Leave With Job Protection For Up To A Maximum Of 30 Days.

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Lee Opposes Extra Incentives For Union Labor To Build Electric Vehicles

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Was One Of 11 Governors Who Signed A Letter Sent To U.S. Congressional Leaders Opposing Legislation That Would Incentivize Electric Vehicle Manufacturers Using Union Labor.

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee! – Oct 22 Edition

1) House Republicans Tackle Medical Freedom Bill During Special Session On Ford Megasite
2) Legislature Approves Ford’s Blue Oval City; Gov. Lee Added To Megasite Board
3) A Mother’s Plea For Justice For Students In Isolation At Williamson County Schools
4) Tennessee Doctors Who Challenge Consensus May Lose License
5) DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Bar Texas From Enforcing New Abortion Law
6) Holiday Blues? Economic Challenges Threaten Season With Delays, Shortages & Price Hikes
7) Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Will Not Seek Reelection

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House Republicans Tackle Medical Freedom Bill During Special Session On Ford Megasite

While Governor Bill Lee Ignored Lawmakers’ Requests For A Special Session Regarding Recent Covid-19 Related Mandates, He Called His Own To Ask Legislators To Consider The State’s Role In A Multi-Billion Dollar Ford Investment. House Members Took The Opportunity To Attempt To Move Forward With Their Own Proposal.

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