Midterm Madness, Corporate Freeze-out, Protecting Kids From Mutilation, Abortion Increases, Surprises In TN & Much More – The TennCon Big 7!

• Bonus story: Control Of Congress At Stake: Red Wave Hits Florida, Stops There
• Lee Reelected, Ogles Wins District 5, Plus Statewide Election Results
• Four Tennessee Constitutional Amendments, Including Right-To-Work, Win By Large Margins
• 438 Voters Assigned Wrong Ballots In Davidson County Allowed To Cast Provisional Ballots
• Amazon Bails On Promised Job Creation In Nashville With Hiring Freeze Announcement
• Tennessee Bill To Limit “Gender Mutilation” Introduced By Republican Lawmakers
• Tennessee Abortion Numbers Drop As Neighboring States See Increase
• Tennesseans Can’t Rely On “No Surprises” In Medical Billing Due To Loopholes & Legislature Inaction

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Opinions Differ On Tennessee Constitutional Amendments On November Ballot

Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions. While The Amendments Are Presented In A Solely Positive Fashion By The Powers That Be, Some Concerned Tennesseans Have Voiced Concerns. Following Is What Some Proponents And Critics Say About Each Of The Four Amendments.

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Tennessee Right-To-Work Amendment Deserves A Bit Of Review Before You Head To The Polls (Op-Ed)

Let Me First Be Very Clear. I Fully Support The Fact That Tennessee Is A Right To Work State And Has Been Since 1947. I Do Believe That Our Statutes Declaring A Right To Work Have Been Part Of Tennessee’s Success Story Economically And I Believe That Those Statutes Appropriately Limit The Power Of Unions And Protect The Rights Of Individuals Against Discrimination As To Whether Or Not They Are Part Of A Labor Union.

I Am Also Aware That Democrats And The Current Administration In The White House Would Like To Further Solidify The Influence Of Unions Around The Country And Work To Abolish Right To Work Protections In 27 States.

Despite My Support Of Right To Work Protections And An Understanding Of The Threat Unions Pose To Pushing The Leftist Agenda, I Am Cautious When It Comes To Amending Our State Constitution For This Purpose.

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Tennesseans To Vote On Four Amendments That Would Change State Constitution In November

Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November. Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions, The Proposed Amendments Will Appear On The Ballot Below The Candidates Running For The Governor’s Race.

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TN’s 5th Congressional District Race Between Ogles, Campbell Will Take Spotlight on Nov. 8

Of Tennessee’s Nine Congressional Seats On The Upcoming Nov. 8 Ballot, The One Expected To Get The Most Attention Statewide Is The Newly Drawn 5th Congressional District Including Some Of Nashville. Republican Andy Ogles, The Maury County Mayor, Is Taking On Sen. Heidi Campbell, D-Nashville, In A Contest Of Contrasting Ideologies.

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What Does Roe v Wade Overturn Mean For Tennessee? – TVA pushes PRIDE – Disenfranchised Constituents And More! – The TennCon Big 7!

BREAKING – What Does Roe V. Wade Overturn Mean for Tennessee?

1) Curcio Disenfranchises Constituents By Abandoning Legislature Post To Become Lobbyist
2) TVA Live Streams Drag Queen Performance During Work Hours In Honor Of Pride Month
3) TN House Leadership Urges Lee To Block Health Department From Distributing, Promoting, Recommending COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5
4) Tennessee Attorney General Disputes Federal Directive to Withhold Nutrition Assistance For Schools That Don’t Adhere to New ‘Gender Identity’ Policy
5) Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution
6) State Funded Reentry Office Aligns With New Equity Movement Favoring Gay Population
7) Nashville Could Commission $200K Study On Titan’s Stadium Lease Obligations

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Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution

This November 8th, Tennessee Voters Will Get To Decide Whether To Add ‘Right To Work’ As A Permanent Component Of The State Constitution.

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