New Report Says Biden Energy Policy Is Misleading And Unattainable

Recent Experiences In Three States Provide An Insight Into How Problematic President Joe Biden’s Push For Renewable Energy Could Be For Electric Customers Nationwide.

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Red States Have The Lowest Unemployment Rates

Republican-Led States And Vermont Reported The Lowest Unemployment Rates In April, According To A New Report by The U.S. Commerce Department. States Led By Democratic Governors Recorded The Highest Jobless Rates, According To The Report.

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FBI Investigates Former Tennessee House Speaker Casada’s Involvement in Phoenix Solutions

The Federal Bureau Of Investigation Is Looking At Whether Former Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada Was The Owner Of A Group That Conducted A Number Of Non-Legislative Tasks For Several Republican Lawmakers, Bringing In Over $230,000 From The House Republican Caucus.

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New Mexico Attorney General Criticized For Not Joining Lawsuit Against Biden Oil And Gas Policy

An Advocate For The Oil And Gas Industry Is Questioning Why The State Of New Mexico Has Not Joined A Lawsuit Against President Joe Biden’s Leasing Moratorium On Federal Lands Filed By 14 Other States.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 17, 2021

-Constitutional Carry One Step Closer To Becoming Law
-New Legislation Aims to Increase Transparency of Foreign Influences on Colleges in Tennessee
-Lee Says Tennessee Doesn’t Need Its Share Of American Rescue Plan Funding
-American Rescue Plan Act To Provide States 116 Times Their Revenue Losses
-Biden’s Oil & Gas Ban Undermines New Mexico’s Ability To Safeguard Economy, Environment
-COVID-19 And Hamilton County Schools: One Year Later

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Biden’s Oil & Gas Ban Undermines New Mexico’s Ability To Safeguard Economy, Environment

New Mexico Governor Is Seeking An Exemption Or Waiver For New Mexico From Executive Order Issued By Biden Halting New Oil And Gas Leasing On Federal Land. The Order Has Resulted In On-the-ground Uncertainties That Undermine Ability To Safeguard State’s Economy And Environment.

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Biden Regulations Impact New Mexico Worse Than Texas In Permian Basin

On The New Mexico Side, Half Of The Oil And Gas Produced In The Permian Basin Occurs On Federal Land. On The Texas Side, Roughly 3 Million Barrels Of Oil Were Produced Daily, But On Private And State-Owned Land.

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U.S. Senate Confirms Deb Haaland Of New Mexico As Interior Secretary

Former U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland Of New Mexico, Who Opposes Fracking And Oil Drilling On Federal Lands, Was Confirmed As President Joe Biden’s New Interior Secretary Monday In A Narrow, 52-40, Vote.

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Almost A Year Ago, California Became The First State To Issue A Stay-At-Home Order

One Year Ago, As The Novel Coronavirus Spread Across The Country, California Became The First State To Order Residents To Stay Home Unless Engaged In Essential Activities.

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