Tennessee Bill Would Put Illegal Immigrants Who Commit Violent Crimes Behind Bars For Life (Update 2.26.24)

A Proposed Tennessee Law Aims To Deter Those Who Are Coming Across The Southern U.S. Border And Making Their Way To Tennessee With The Intention To Engage In Drug Or Human Trafficking And Would Put Illegal Aliens Who Commit Violent Crimes Behind Bars For Life.

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Red Flag Gun Bill To Expand Mandatory Reporting Passes In Tennessee House

A Red Flag Gun Bill To Expand Mandatory Reporting Laws For Mental Health Professionals Was Passed On The Floor Of The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Thursday By A 79-7 Vote.

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Bill To Ensure Religious Freedom Protections For Tennessee Clergy Passes Committee, Heads To Senate Floor

A Bill That Ensures That The Religious Freedom For Clergy Is Protected In Tennessee Passed The Senate Judiciary Committee Yesterday Afternoon And Will Now Head To The Senate Floor For Discussion And A Final Vote.

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Bill To Ensure Religious Freedom, Protections For Tennessee Clergy Has Another Chance For Passage This Session (Update 2.2.24)

Legislation That Would Provide Protection For All Individuals Within Tennessee From Being Made To Perform Wedding Ceremonies They Are Not In Agreement With Due To A Conflict Of Beliefs Continues Its Legislative Journey This 2024 Session.

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Filing of Foreign Land Sale in Loudon County Prompts Investigation

Local And State Officials Are Investigating Some “Unusual Restrictions” Concerning The Sale Of An Almost 400-Acre Property In Loudon County To 125 Chinese “Tenants In Common.”

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Leftist Agendas, The Special Session & TN Politics – Representative Monty Fritts & Brandon Lewis On The Mill Creek View Tennessee Podcast

Join Steve Abramowicz And The Mill Creek View Tennessee Podcast As They Chat With Tennessee House District 32 Representative Monty Fritts And The Tennessee Conservative’s Brandon Lewis On The Leftist Agenda Being Pushed In The House, The Special Session, What’s Right And Wrong In Tennessee Politics, Upcoming Legislation To Preserve Tennessean’s Rights And More!

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New Parental Rights Law Goes Into Effect With Fall Semester At Tennessee Public Schools

As Public Schools Across The State Get Ready To Welcome Back Students After Their Summer Break, A New Parental Rights Law Essentially Goes Into Effect With The Beginning Of The Fall Semester.

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