Mo’ Money From Your Pocket 4 Corporations & Failed Public Education, “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Bias, Fascist Vanderbilt, Legislator Votes For Abortion Law He Didn’t Read & Much More – The TennCon Big 7!

1 – Tennessee Economic Development Agency Wants $202.5M In Additional Funds Mainly For Incentives
2 – Nashville Mayor’s Office Announces Tax Deal for $75M Fairgrounds Speedway Renovation
Bonus: Tax Fund Wouldn’t Pay For $116.3M In Tennessee Race Track’s Bonds
3 – Amazon Continues To Flake On Promised Returns For Taxpayer Money
4 -Tennessee’s Department Of Education Looking For $350M Budget Increase
5 – Attorney For Parents’ Choice Argues That Tennessee “Divisive Concepts” Appeals Process Is Biased
6 – Vanderbilt Ranks In Top Ten Of Most Fascist Universities In America
7 – Senator Richard Briggs Waffles On Commitment To Tennessee’s Anti-Abortion Law

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Senator Richard Briggs Waffles On Commitment To Tennessee’s Anti-Abortion Law

Senator Richard Briggs Who Voted ‘Yes’ On Tennessee’s Human Life Protection Act That Became Law On May 15th, 2019 Would Now Like To See The Law Changed To Offer Clear Exceptions.

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Tennessee Election Finance Reporting Lacks Transparency For Those Not “In-The-Know”

Political Candidates For Both State And Local Offices Must Now File Major Contributions And Expenditures That Occur During The Final Days Before An Election With The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance. However, For Those Wishing To Track Candidates And Their Associated PACs Campaign Contributions And Expenditures, There Is A Catch.

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On The Tennessee Ballot In November: Constitutional Amendment To Address Governor’s Line Of Succession

Tennessee Is The Only State In The Union That Doesn’t Provide For A Temporary Acting Governor In Their State Constitution. A Constitutional Amendment Is Looking To Change That And Voters Will Get To Decide On The Issue On November 8th.

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Non-Profit Report Gives Low Scores To Bottom 4 Tennessee GOP Senators

The Tennessee Legislative Report Card (TLRC) Has Given Senators Richard Briggs, Todd Gardenhire, Ken Yager, And Jack Johnson The Lowest Rankings Of All Republican Senators In The Tennessee General Assembly.

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Election Shenanigans, Teachers Unions And National Guard Medical Freedom With Lewis & Abernathy

Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative, Joins The Alex Abernathy Show To Discuss A Political Action Committee’s False Accusations Sent Out In A Mailer To Williamson County Voters Against Conservative Candidate For District 27, Gary Humble.

They Also Discuss The Mailer Sent By The Tennessee Education Association To Encourage Crossover Raiding By Democrats In The Republican Primary To Re-Elect Senator Richard Briggs.

In Closing, They Discuss Governor Lee’s Response To The Tennessee National Guard Member’s Plea For Protection Of Their Medical Freedoms.

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Parents Fear Gender Indoctrination As Vanderbilt Health Forces Mature Minor Doctrine

One Tennessee Health Organization Appears To Be Pushing The “Mature Minor” Doctrine, Allowing Patients To Effectively Prevent Their Parents From Seeing Their Medical Records Or Participate In Their Medical Treatment As Soon As They Turn 13.

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Tennessee Education Association Encourages Crossover Raiding By Democrat Voters Supporting Incumbent Senator Briggs

The Tennessee Education Association Has Sent Out A Mailer Supporting Republican Senator Richard Briggs (District 7-Knoxville) To Democrat Voters Alerting Them That They Can Vote In The Upcoming Republican Primary Election.

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Lawmakers To Hold Hearings On Bid Process For Community Corrections

Concerned That Longtime Community Corrections Providers Were Pushed Out Of The Bidding Process By Gov. Bill Lee’s Administration, Tennessee Lawmakers Are Set To Hold Hearings To Delve Into Changes That Circumvented The Legislature.

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Nashville Could Use State Law To Snuff Out 21-And-Up Smoking Bars

The Freedom To Light Up Could Disappear In Metro Nashville Clubs, Even For The 21-And-Up Crowd, After The Legislature Passed A Measure Enabling Local Governments To Outlaw Smoking In Age-Restricted Venues, Even Honky Tonks Where People Have Been Smoking And Jamming For Years.

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