More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

Twenty-Seven Republican Governors Or Attorneys General Have Vowed To Fight The Latest Executive Order issued By President Joe Biden Mandating That Over 80 Million Private Employees Receive COVID Vaccinations Or Undergo Weekly Testing, Or Their Employer Will Be Fined.

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New CDC Eviction Moratorium Will Not Apply In Tennessee

The Tennessee Court System Announced They Will Not Be Following The Centers For Disease Control’s New Eviction Moratorium After It Was Ruled Unconstitutional.

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May Jobs Report Falls Short Of Projections

Total Nonfarm Payroll Employment Increased By 559,000 In The U.S. In May, Short Of 650,000 Predicted By Economists, According To Data From The U.S. Department Of Labor.

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Lawsuit Seeks To Subject Google To Government Regulation

The Lawsuit Wants Google Declared As A Public Utility And Be Subject To Govt Regulation. It Also Says The California-Based Company Has A Duty To Offer Sources Or Competitors Rights Equal To Its Own, Claiming It Should Not Prioritize…

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Migration Study Shows Big Cities Continue Losing Population

Americans In The First Quarter Of 2021 Continued Their 2020 Pattern Of Moving From Expensive, Densely Populated Areas To Warmer, More Tax-Affordable States, According To A New Study From Updater Technologies.

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Price Tag To Clean Up Tennessee Mines $126M

The Federal Government’s Abandoned Mine Land Fee Is Set To Expire In September, And The National Mining Association Contends $12 Billion Already Paid Into The Fund By Mining Companies To Address Issues At Abandoned Mine Sites Has Been Misused. In Tennessee…

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Red States Unite In Rejecting Federal Unemployment Benefits

Red States Around The Nation Are Rejecting Supplemental Federal Unemployment Benefits, Saying The $300 In Additional Weekly Pay On Top Of State Benefits Has Made It Nearly Impossible For Employers To Hire.

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House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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8 States Have Enacted Laws Limiting Governors’ Emergency Powers Since Pandemic Onset

Since March 2020, 10 Bills In Eight States Have Been Signed Into Law That Are Aimed At Increasing Legislative Oversight Of Governors’ Emergency Powers.

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Landlords Struggle Under Extended CDC Eviction Ban

Landlords Are Struggling After The U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) Extended A National Ban On Certain Evictions Apparently To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19. The CDC Extended The Moratorium, First Enacted In Sept. 2020, Through June 30.

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