Senator Ferrell Haile Files Fake, Do-Nothing Illegal Immigration Bill

Critics Of Haile’s Bill Say That The Answers To The Illegal Immigration Crisis Are Already Clear And That The Last Thing Tennessee Needs At This Point Is More Data Collection, Especially When Considering The Said Data Is Not Slated For The Public-At-Large To View, But Is Meant For The Eyes Of The GOP Leadership, Who Have A Pathetic Track Record As It Relates To Illegal Immigration.

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Sexton, Jones Hold $1M In Cash, Plus More Notes From Campaign Filings

Heading Into The 2024 State Election Season, Only Two Tennessee State Lawmakers Hold Over $1 Million Combined In Their Campaign And PAC Accounts.

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Were These 16 GOP State Senators Wrong On The Covid-19 Vaccine?

Two And Half Years Ago, 16 Out Of 27 Tennessee GOP Senators Signed A Letter Endorsing And Pushing An “Emergency Use Authorized” Covid-19 Vaccine That Never Provided What Federal And State Officials Were Pitching At The Time – Immunity To The Virus.

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Tennessee Legislature Closed For Week Due To Cold Weather, Dangerous Roads

The Tennessee Legislature Called Off This Week’s Committee Meetings And Legislative Schedule Due To Cold Temperatures And The Risk Of Snow And Icy Conditions On The State’s Roads.

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Tennessee Legislature Opens With New House Gallery Policy Restricting Access

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Operating With New Access Rules That Restrict The Public’s Entrance Into Upstairs Galleries As The Legislature Opens The 2024 Session, Even As It Is Set To Take Up Several Critical Bills Such As The Governor’s School Voucher “Scholarships” Plan.

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McNally To Miss Opening Weeks Of Session After Ankle Surgery

Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Will Not Be Presiding Over The Senate When The Legislature Returns To Session Jan. 9. Speaker Pro Tempore Ferrell Haile, Along With Deputy Speakers Dawn White, Shane Reeves And John Stevens Will Preside Over The Floor Session.

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Tennessee Senate Education Chair Balks At Rejecting Federal Funds

The Tennessee Senate’s Education Committee Chairman Opposes Turning Down At Least $1.3 Billion In Federal Education Funds But Says The State Could Seek Some Sort Of Waiver On Federal School Requirements.

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Speaker Sexton Says Tennessee Senate’s Rush To Adjourn Special Session Partially To Blame For Shooting Of Belmont Student

The Speaker Of The Tennessee House Is Pointing A Finger At The Tennessee Senate, Expressing That The Senate Had The Opportunity To Pass Legislation During The Special Session That Would Have Kept Shaquille Taylor Off The Streets Of Nashville And, Subsequently, Prevented The Death Of Jillian Ludwig.

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Tennessee Contracted With 20 Firms For $415M Law Enforcement Training Project

Tennessee Is Hiring Nearly 20 Contractors To Build A Massive $415 Million Law Enforcement Training Center On State Property In Cockrill Bend.

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