Representative Dennis Powers Plans To Reintroduce His Social Media Common Carrier Bill With Hopes That It Will Pass This Time Around. Powers Believes Social Media Is The Town Square Of Our Time And That Social Media Companies Are Common Carriers, Just Like A Phone Company Or Hotel Chain, And They Should Not Discriminate Based Upon Political Ideology.Read more
Tennessee Legislation That Would Have Stymied Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections While Preserving The First Amendment Rights Of All Tennesseans In Today’s Online Public Square Is Dead For The Current Legislative Session.Read more
Tennessee Legislation That Would Stymie Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Is Set To Be Heard On April 26th, 2022 In The Senate Finance, Ways And Means Committee And In The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee.Read more
Tennessee Legislation That Would Stymie Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Was Recently Placed Behind The Budget In A House Subcommittee But Has Begun Movement Again On The Senate Side Now To Be Heard April 19th, 2022 In The Finance, Ways And Means Committee.Read more
The “Common Carrier Bill” That Would Stop Social Media Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Passed The Full House Commerce Committee Yesterday (March 22nd) And Will Now Move Forward To The House Finance, Ways And Means Committee.Read more
Tennessee Lawmakers Pushing A Social Media Oversight Bill That Would Prevent Users From Being Banned Or Shadow Banned Said It Is Not A First Amendment Issue But A Governmental Course Correction.Read more
The “Common Carrier Bill” That Would Stop Social Media Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Took One More Step Toward Becoming Law Yesterday In The House Business And Utilities Subcommittee. The Bill Was Recommended For Passage If Amended And Referred To The House Commerce Committee On March 22nd.Read more
Senator Bo Watson’s Bill That Seeks To Designate Social Media Platforms As Common Carriers And Prescribe Fines For Deplatforming And Shadow-Banning Users Passed The Senate Commerce And Labor Committee Yesterday Evening (March 15th) And Now Moves On To The Senate Finance, Ways And Means Committee.Read more
Conservatives In Tennessee Are Being Targeted And Discriminated Against For One Reason: We Hold Strong Views On Traditional American Values Like Faith, Freedom And Capitalism.
In This Interview, Representative Dennis Powers Talks About Legislation That Would Restore Freedom Of Speech In Our State, But The Big Tech Lobbyists Are Working Overtime To Kill The Bill.
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Action was deferred this week on both the House and Senate versions of the bill. SB2161 is now on the calendar for the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee for March 15th. HB2369 is now on the calendar for the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee for March 16th.Read more