Tennessee Granted $23.7M In Federal Funds For Short-Line Railroad Bridges

Tennessee Received $23.7 Million To Upgrade Or Replace 42 Railroad Bridges Across The State.

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Putnam County Judge Who Threatened Parents With Jail Time To “Crack Down On Truancy” Gets Reprimanded

A Putnam County Judge Who Threatened Parents With Jail Time At The Beginning Of August As Part Of His Plan To “Crack Down On Truancy Problems” Has Been Reprimanded By The State’s Board Of Judicial Conduct.

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2023 RINO Report On It’s Way! Special Session Officially Called, Campaign Promises / Campaign Lies, Jail Time For Truancy & Much More! The TennCon Big 7

2023 RINO Report On It’s Way! Special Session Officially Called, Campaign Promises / Campaign Lies, Jail Time For Truancy, No Commitments For SRO’s, Nashville’s Elections, Jumping On The Bandwagon, Supporting Bible Curriculum & More! All This & More On This Week’s Edition Of The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest!

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Tennessee Tech Professors First Amendment Case Against University Dismissed

A Federal Judge Upheld Disciplinary Action Taken Against Two Professors At Tennessee Tech After They Posted Fliers Around The Campus, Calling Another Professor A “Racist.” The Pair Attempted To Sue The University But Lost The Case Last Week.

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Putnam County ‘Independent’ Candidates Have Significant Democrat Voting Histories

Voting Records Indicate That Many Independent Candidates In Putnam County Have A Significant History Of Voting For Democrats And Some Have Made Contributions To Liberal / Democrat Political Action Committees.

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Bill Regulating Homeless Encampments On Public Property Becomes Law Without Governor’s Signature

Legislation That Would Make Camping On Tennessee Public Property A Misdemeanor Is Became Law Last Week Without Governor Bill Lee’s Signature. The New Law Will Go Into Effect July 1st, 2022.

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Judge Barred From Opioid Trial After Using Case To Boost His Reelection Bid

An Appellate Court Is Barring A Tennessee Judge From Presiding Over A Governmental Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers, Distributors And Pharmacies For Billing Himself On Facebook As A Warrior Against The Drugs And Using The Case To Bolster His Own Reelection Campaign.

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