Concerned Tennesseans Call For Special Session To Address Mutilation Of Kids At Vanderbilt

Concerned Tennesseans Are Voicing That They Are Not Content With Waiting Until 2023 For Legislation That May Or May Not Be Presented Or Be Passed And Are Calling For The Tennessee General Assembly To Have A Special Session To Address This Issue Now.

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Legislation To End Transgender Surgeries On Tennessee Minors Likely In 2023

Last Week, We Reported That Legislation Was Presented And Considered During The Last Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation Of Minors But It Was Killed In The Senate. Now, Some Republican Legislators Are Stating That New Legislation Is Likely In 2023 That Would Effectively Remove Vanderbilt’s Ability To Perform Transgender Surgeries.

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Blount County Republican Women’s President Stands By Her Principles, Resigns After Ultimatum Issued By TN RINOs

Following An Ultimatum Issued By The Tennessee Federation of Republican Women, The President Of The Blount County Republican Women’s Club Has Decided To Resign Her Post Rather Than Sacrifice Her Principles.

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Former Special Agent Says Crime Will “Get Worse Before It Gets Better”

Former Supervisory Special Agent James A. Gagliano Joined Sen. Marsha Blackburn On Wednesday And Explained That There Is A “Huge Mistake” Being Made When It Comes To Policing.

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Tucker Carlson Slams Governor Lee For Being Soft On Crime

Following The Kidnapping And Murder Of Kindergarten Teacher And Mother Eliza Fletcher Preceding The Gunning Down Of Four Victims And The Injuries Of Three In Mass Shooting Event, Fox Nation’s Tucker Carlson Laid Much Of The Blame At The Feet Of Tennessee Governor Bill Lee And His Soft-On-Crime Policies.

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Tennessee Lawmakers Say Memphis Teacher’s Death Was Preventable, Promise Tougher Criminal Justice

Tennessee Lawmakers Have Said Memphis Teacher Eliza Fletcher’s Violent Death Could Have Been Prevented If A New Law Had Existed When Her Murderer Was Previously Incarcerated. Thirty-Eight Year Old Cleotha Abston Had Been Recently Released Early From A State Prison For A Previous Crime And Was Not Under Supervision Or Parole At The Time Of His Attack On Fletcher.

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Lt. Gov. McNally Criticizes Metro Council’s Pro-Abortion Travel Plan

Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally Is Speaking Out Against A Proposed Half-Million Dollar Grant That Would Use Tennessee Taxpayer Money To Compensate Women Who Go Outside Of The State To Have An Abortion.

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TN Legislative Mailer Allowance Was At Center Of Casada, Cothren Arrests

Tennessee Law Allows For Incumbent Legislators To Spend Up To $3,000 Annually For Postage And Printing Of Items Sent To Constituents. The Representatives Are Then Allowed To Spend More Than That Out Of Their Own Political Campaign Funds. Those Rules Are At The Center Of Tuesday’s Arrest Of Former House Speaker Glen Casada And His Chief Of Staff Cade Cothren On Federal Charges Of A Political Mailer Conspiracy. The Indictment States That, Because Tennessee Receives More Than $10,000 From The Federal Government, That The Alleged Conspiracy Used Federal Funds.

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Tennessee Republicans Sidestep Issue As Abortion Rights Groups Plan To Push For Exceptions To New Abortion Ban

The New Total Ban On Abortions Is Scheduled To Go Into Effect In Tennessee On August 25. As That Date Approaches, Abortion Rights Advocacy Groups Are Gearing Up To Try And Push The General Assembly To Create Exceptions To That Ban While Republican Leaders Continue To Avoid Vocalizing A Firm Stance On The Issue.

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Tres Wittum Causes Disturbance At GOP Event By “Standing Up And Speaking Out”

One Of The Republican Candidates For The New 5th Congressional District Was Removed From The Tennessee Republican Party’s Annual Statesman’s Dinner On Saturday. Tres Wittum Who Attended The Fundraiser At Music City Center Caused A Disturbance By Loudly Addressing Lt. Gov. Randy McNally And Speaker Sexton Cameron As They Took The Stage.

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