To Help Combat Illicit Drugs, New TN Legislation Requires Fatal Overdoses Be Reported To Police

A New Law In Tennessee Requires Hospitals To Report All Fatal Overdoses To Local Law Enforcement. The Intention Of The Bill Is To Help Police Determine Where People Are Obtaining These Drugs In An Effort To Stop Those Individuals Who Are Distributing Them.

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Biden Is Putting States On Cleanup Duty (Marsha Blackburn Op-ed)

In Tennessee, The Increase In Illegal Immigration Has Put A Heavy Burden On Law Enforcement. Just This Month In Chattanooga, A McDonald’s Employee Called The Police After She Caught Illegal Immigrants Harassing Customers For Spare Change. Beyond Petty Crime, Deadlier Than Normal Drugs Have Made It Into The Hands Of Local Dealers, Courtesy Of Cartel Mules. Illegal Drugs Laced With Fentanyl Are Now Responsible For 79% Of Drug Overdose Deaths In Nashville. When I Talk With Sheriffs About The Impact Of Drug Trafficking In Tennessee, They Tell Me What They Used To Measure In Ounces, They Now Measure In Pounds.

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Poll: Majority Of Americans Say U.S. Is Being Invaded At The Southern Border

More Than Half Of Americans Surveyed In A New NPR/Ipsos Poll, 54%, Say It’s Either Completely Or Somewhat True That The U.S. Is Being Invaded At The Southern Border.

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Tennessee Congresswoman Delivers Remarks About Biden’s Border Crisis On House Floor

Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger (TN-01) Spoke On The House Floor In Response To The Ongoing Crisis At The U.S./Mexico Border. In Her Remarks, Rep. Harshbarger Addressed How This Crisis At America’s Southern Border Is Impacting The Health And Safety Of Americans, Even Those In East Tennessee.

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Fentanyl Use And Overdoses On The Rise In Chattanooga

According To Chattanooga Police, Fentanyl Use Has Increased In A Significant Way Over The Last Few Years. This Means The Number Of Fatal Drug Overdoses Is Also On The Rise.

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Food City Seeks To Spread Blame In Opioid Lawsuit Brought By TN Attorney General

Tennessee Attorney General Accuses Food City Grocery Chain Of Padding Profits Through Sales Of “Massive Quantities” Of Opioids.

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TennCon BIG 7 Fleischmann & Kustoff Vote Yes For $400M Federal V@X Database + More!

1) Fleischmann & Kustoff Vote Yes For $400M Federal V@X Database
2) Confederate Memorabilia In Jury Room Leads To New Trial For Tennessee Man
3) Bradley County Parents Notified Of Statewide Mask Mandates For Tennessee Head Starts
4) Lawmakers Approve $8M More For Education Contract Amid Commissioner’s Potential Conflict
5) Tennessee Business Roundtable Opposes Comptroller’s Decision To Suspend C0VID Exemptions
6) U.S. Senate Rejects Biden’s Mandate For Private Sector
7) Biden Banking Nominee Withdraws After Bipartisan Criticism Over Her Ties To Marxism, Socialist Policies
8) Bonus Story! Senator Gardenhire Pushes For Higher Salaries For School Board Members

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This Week’s Top Stories For Conservatives In Tennessee – Dec. 3rd Edition

1) Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Suspends Previously Issued C0VID Exemptions
2) TN Department Of Education Rejects Critical Race Theory Complaint
3) Tennessee Head Start Centers Mandate Masks for Two Year Olds
4) Taxpayers Pay Millions to Fund Program To Promote Critical Race Theory
5) What Would Happen In Tennessee If The U.S. Supreme Court Overturned Roe V Wade?
6) How The Illegal Immigrant Surge Fuels Massive American OD’s From Fentanyl
7) Tennessee Benefited By Leaving Federal Unemployment Program Early

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Tennessee Continues To Wage War On Drug Use

While Tennessee Has Made Strides In The War On Drugs, The Problem Still Exists And The Use Of Synthetic Drugs Like Fentanyl Continues To Rise.

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