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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VA Hospitals In Tennessee May Soon Provide Abortions, Counseling For Veterans

In Response To The Recent Overturn Of Roe V. Wade And Tennessee’s Trigger Law That Went Into Effect Shortly Thereafter, The U.S. Department Of Veterans Affairs (VA) Has Released A New Interim Rule That They Intend To Provide Abortions And Abortion Counseling For Pregnant Veterans And Their Beneficiaries In Cases Of Rape And Incest.

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State Focuses On Supporting Mothers And Families While Abortion Activists Funnel Resources To Send Women Out Of State

Now That Roe Vs. Wade Has Been Overturned And Tennessee’s Trigger Laws Are Going Into Effect, Governor Lee Says That The Focus Is Now On Supporting Mothers After Birth And Finding Ways To Support The Entire Family. Abortion Activists Meanwhile Are Funneling Resources To Help Send Women Out Of State To Obtain Abortions.

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Tennessee College Alumni Call For Removal of Justice Barrett From Hall of Fame

A Rhodes College Alumni Group Is Circulating A Petition Calling For The School To Strip Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett Of Her Place In The School’s “Hall Of Fame.” They Are Pushing For This Because Of Barrett’s Recent Vote To Overturn Roe V. Wade.

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Tennessee Medical Schools Fear Accreditation Issues From Ban on Abortion Training

While Some Medical Professionals Continue To Claim That Negative Effects Are Going To Continue To Trickle Down From The Supreme Court’s Recent Reversal Of Roe V. Wade, Tennessee’s Medical Schools Claim They May Not Be Able To Meet Accreditation Standards If Residents Are Unable To Receive Training In Providing Abortions.

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Op-Ed: The Case SCOTUS Should Never Have Ruled Upon

If The Supreme Court Hadn’t Intervened On Abortion, Healthy Political Debate Would Have Resulted In More Agreeable State Laws Passed By State Legislatures. Instead, The Court Assumed The Power Of The States And Pinned Them To A Wall Mandating They Accept Abortion Laws They Never Wanted. Anyone Who Thinks The Issue Is Over, Must Remember, What The Supreme Court Gives, It Can Always Take Away.

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Civil Rights Complaint Filed Against Dick’s Sporting Goods For Employee Abortion Benefits

After The Supreme Court’s Pivotal Decision To Overturn Roe Vs. Wade, Many Corporations Across The Country Began To Seek Out Ways To Get Around Abortion Bans That Were Expected In Many States. The Latest Business To Come Under Fire For Such A Practice Is Dick’s Sporting Goods After They Announced That The Company Would Provide Funding For Female Employees To Receive Abortions.

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Tennessee Democrats Introduce Strategy For Abortion Access

Calling Tennessee’s New Abortion Restrictions An “Abomination,” House And Senate Democrats Announced Tuesday They Plan To Try To Codify Roe V. Wade And Pass Other Measures In 2023 To Allow Access To The Procedure.

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The RINO Report, 98% Think Primaries Should Be Closed, Abortion Stymied, Medical Freedom, TN Sovereignty & More! – The TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest!

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2) Almost 98% Of Tennessee Republican Primary Voters Believe Open Primaries Should Be Closed
3) Tennessee Abortion Clinics Stymied After Injunction Against “Heartbeat” Law Lifted
4) TN-5 Candidates Give Their Views On The Rights Of Tennessee National Guardsmen
5) American Policy Center Sounds Alarm About Danger Of National Heritage Act To Tennessee Sovereignty
6) Tennessee Congresswoman Introduces Act To Halt USDA’s Woke Agenda In Public Schools
7) Athens, TN Teacher Of The Year Busted For Burglary, Drug Possession And Trespassing

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