More TN Senators Sign On In Support Of Special Session

Spearheaded By Senator Janice Bowling, More TN Senators Are Adding Their Names To A Growing List Requesting A Special Session Of The General Assembly.

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Conservative TN Lawmakers, Patriots Petition McNally & Left-Leaning Republican Senators For Special Session

Yesterday, A Sizable Group Of Patriotic Tennesseans Gathered On The Steps Of The Capitol In Nashville In Support Of The Calling Of A Special Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly To Address Mandates, Executive Orders And The Dangerous Edicts Coming From The Federal Government.

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Growing Numbers Of Concerned TN Senators & GOP Leaders Call For Special Session As McNally Stonewalls

Spearheaded By Senator Janice Bowling, More TN Senators Are Adding Their Names To A Growing List Requesting A Special Session Of The General Assembly. However, In A Statement Made By The Office Of The Lieutenant Governor, It Is Indicated That McNally’s Stance Has Not Changed.

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TN GOP Critical Of Lee’s Handling Of Covid By Executive Order

The Tennessee GOP Weighs In On the Prolonged State Of Emergency And The Sunsetting Of The Governor’s Emergency Powers, School Boards And Health Boards Who Defy The Will Of The Electorate, And Medical Freedom Abuses By Private And Public Organizations.

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Tennessee’s Jobless Claims Tick Up During Last Week Of Federal Benefits

Nearly 6,500 New Unemployment Claims Were Filed In Tennessee Last Week, The Final Week The State Participated In The Federal Supplemental Pandemic Relief Unemployment Program. 

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Gov. Lee’s Permitless Carry Law – And Why To Avoid It

The Tennessee Firearms Association Recommends That People Get Or Keep The Tennessee Enhanced Handgun Permit Rather Than Relying On The Governor’s New Permitless Carry Bill That Goes Into Effect On July 1, 2021.

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TN General Assembly Cuts Unemployment Eligibility Weeks By Over Half, Bumps Up Benefit Amount

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A Bill That Will Cut The Number Of Weeks Tennesseans Are Eligible For Unemployment From 26 Weeks To 12 Weeks. House Bill 1039 Also Increases The Weekly Benefit Amount.

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New Panel Approved To Hear TN Constitutional Complaints

Tennessee Legislators Have Passed A Plan To Alter The Way Judges Hear Constitutional Complaints Against State Laws. Legislation Creating New Panels Consisting Of Three Judges Made It Through The House And Senate With Strong Support.

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Bill Protecting Students From Shared Restrooms Powers Through Senate

The Tennessee Senate Passed A Bill On Wednesday That Will Protect Students, Teachers, And Other School Employees From Having To Share Restrooms And Locker Rooms With Transgender Students. The Bill Passed The Senate With A 21-7 Vote.

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