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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Tennessee Health Officials Issue Warning About Counterfeit Drugs

Tennessee Has Seen A Rise In Overdose Deaths And Counterfeit Pills. The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation, The Department Of Health, And Other Groups Held A News Conference On Monday, October 11, To Warn Tennesseans About This Epidemic.

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Tennessee Nears Settlement with Major Drug Companies

A $26 Billion Settlement With The Nation’s Three Largest Drug Distribution Companies And Drug Manufacturer Johnson & Johnson Is Finally On The Horizon After Governments Have Worked For Years To Push Companies In The Pharmaceutical Industry To Help Cover The Expenses Of Solving The Country’s Problem With Opioid Addiction And Overdose.

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TN Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Receives $53M In New Federal Funding

The Tennessee Department Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) Is Receiving More Than $53 Million In Additional Funding From The Federal Government To Address Post-Covid Mental Health And Substance Use Needs.

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Hagerty, Blackburn, Fleischmann Introduce Migrant Resettlement Transparency Act – TTC News Break

1) Hagerty, Blackburn, Fleischmann Introduce Migrant Resettlement Transparency Act
2) Border Officials Fear Spikes In Overdose Deaths With Increased Drug Traffic
3) Governor Lee Signs Off On Unemployment, Certificate-Of-Need Reform

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Border Officials Fear Spikes In Overdose Deaths With Increased Drug Traffic

Texas Officials Said Thursday They’re Worried About Dramatic Spikes In Drug Overdose Deaths In Some Areas Of The State As Illegal Border Crossings And Drug Trafficking Have Picked Up Since President Joe Biden Took Office.

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Tennessee To Receive $15.2M From Settlement With McKinsey Over Role In Opioid Crisis

Tennessee To Receive Part Of $573 Million Settlement Between Global Consulting Firm McKinsey & Company & 54 States & Territories Over Firm’s Role In Consultations With Opioid Manufacturers On How To Best Market & Profit From Opioid Drug Sales.

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