Dimming Electric Vehicle Market May Delay Start Of Full Production At Ford’s New West Tennessee Plant

Slowing Demand For Ford’s F-150 Lightning Electric Pickup Truck Is Delaying The Start Of Full Production At The Company’s New West Tennessee Factory And Pushing Vehicle Deliveries To Dealers Until Early 2026, According To The State Senator Representing The Community Home To The New Facility.

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Tennessee Voters In Multiple Districts Have No Opportunity To Vote For A GOP Challenger In Upcoming Election

Conservative Tennesseans Will Have No Opportunity To Vote For A Challenger In Several Republican Primaries Across The State This Year. In Multiple Districts, Incumbent GOP Lawmakers Have No One Running Against Them In The Primary In August And In Some Cases Are Also Running Unopposed In The Main Election In November.

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Governor Lee Signs Law Preventing Red Flag Gun Laws In Tennessee

Governor Bill Lee Signed A New Law On Tuesday That Prevents Cities And Municipalities In Tennessee From Creating Or Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws.

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Big Farms Draw Property Tax Break From Tennessee Lawmakers

The 2024 Legislative Session Turned Out To Be A Banner Year For Tennessee’s Largest Corporations And Biggest Farmers With A Measure That Critics Call ‘A Tax Break For Millionaires.’

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Tennessee Comptroller’s Property Reappraisal Bill Derailed By Tax Cap Argument

A Tennessee Bill Designed To Expedite Property Reappraisals And Keep Counties From Hemorrhaging Revenue Appears To Have Been Caught In A Battle Over A Measure To Tamp Down Large Property Tax Increases.

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Illegal Aliens, Foreign-Owned Land, SROs & Common Core: Conservative Bills That Failed In Tennessee This Legislative Session

The Tennessee General Assembly Officially Adjourned Their 2024 Legislative Session On Thursday, April 25th. Some Conservative Legislation Wasn’t ‘Killed’ Outright But Failed To Make Any Significant Progress In The Lawmaking Body This Year.

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12 Republican Senators Allow Gay Pride Flags in Tennessee Schools Ahead of Election (Update 4.25.24)

A Tennessee Bill That Would Ban The Display Of Pride Flags – And Other Flags That Are Ideological Or Political In Nature – Did Not Pass On The Senate Floor On Tuesday. The Roll Call Vote Of 13 To 6 Failed To Gain A Constitutional Majority Of 17 Votes.

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New Legislation Passed That Moves Up Date For Tennessee Candidates To File Petition For Public Office

A Caption Bill That Shifts The Date By Which Candidates For Public Office Must File A Petition Passed On The House Floor On Monday.

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Bill To Prevent Local Governments From Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passes In Tennessee Senate, Progresses In House

A Bill To Prevent Cities And Municipalities In Tennessee From Establishing Or Enforcing Red Flag Gun Laws Passed In The State Senate On Thursday And Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The House Criminal Justice Committee Early Next Week.

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Tennessee Bill That Blocks 3rd-Party Data Mining Of College Student Information Passes House, Senate Unanimously

A Tennessee Bill To Prevent Third-Party Vendors Who Enter Data For The State’s Colleges From Selling That Information Has Passed In Both Chambers Of The Legislature Unanimously.

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