Despite Parent’s Protest, Hamilton County School Board Votes To Keep Masks Required For Children – May 17, 2021 News Break

1) Despite Parent’s Protest, Hamilton County School Board Votes To Keep Mask Requirement For Children
2) Lee Signs Slew Of Bills, Including Tax Deals For Titans & Smokies
3) Palestinian Supporters March in Downtown Memphis
4) Critics Of BIden’s Proposed Oil And Gas Industry Taxes Fueled By Gas Shortages

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Proposed TN Law Protects Citizens from Violent Protesters

Final Budget Negotiations Have Tennessee Legislators Reviving A Bill That Will Upgrade Charges Against Protestors And Will Allow Immunity In Certain Situations For Drivers Who Run Over Protestors.

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Controversial ‘Anti-Mob’ Bill Racing Through Florida House

Florida’s Proposed “Combating Public Disorder Act” Is One Step Away From House Approval And Transfer To The Senate, Where The Controversial “Anti-mob” Bill Is Likely To Be Adopted And Signed Into Law.

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Tennessee Lawmakers Urging Universities To Put More Restrictions On Student Protests

On Monday, Universities Across Tennessee Were Put On Notice After A Protest At East Tennessee State University. During A Men’s Basketball Game, The Players Chose To Kneel During The National Anthem. This Sparked Republican Lawmakers To Ask Universities To Put Tighter Restrictions On Student Protests.

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Ongoing National Guard Presence To Cost Taxpayer’s Minimum Of $100 Million

The Plan To Keep At Least 5,000 Guardsmen On The Ground For The Next 6-8 Weeks Will Be Valued Upwards Of One Hundred Million Dollars.

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U.S. Representative’s Bill Would Ban Capitol Rioters, QAnon Supporters From Getting Security Clearances

U.S. Representative From Florida Plans To Introduce A Bill Revising Federal Background-Check Process Barring QAnon Believers And U.S. Capitol Protestors From Holding Government Positions.

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Impeachment Vote Leaves GOP Lawmakers’ 2022 Chances Uncertain

Republicans Who Voted To Impeach President Donald Trump On Jan. 13 May Face Consequences Of Their Vote In 2022.

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