Lee Not Considering Mask Mandates, State Of Emergency For Now

During A Visit To Fall Creek Falls On Tuesday To Unveil A New Development, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Spoke About His Administration’s Current Plans Regarding The Omicron Variant And The Covid-19 Virus In General.

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School Board Members Who Disagree With Partisan Elections Connected To UnifiED

Several Hamilton County School Board Members Spoke Out Against Partisan School Board Races Back In October’s Special Session When The Tennessee General Assembly Voted To Pass A Bill That Allowed County Political Parties To Hold Primaries. These Same School Board Members Received Donations To Run For School Board From…

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Tennessee Has Collected $1.2B More Than Estimated Revenue This Fiscal Year

Tennessee Has Collected Nearly $1.2 Billion More Than Budgeted In Revenue So Far This Fiscal Year, According To Numbers Released Monday From Department Of Finance And Administration Commissioner Butch Eley.

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Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Suspends Previously Issued COVID Exemptions

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Is Suspending All Exemptions Issued Under The Provisions Of Public Chapter 6 Of The 2021 Third Extraordinary Session After Federal Court Judges In Kentucky And Louisiana Issued Preliminary Injunctions On Tuesday, November 30.

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This Week’s Top Stories For Conservatives In Tennessee – 11.12.21

1) Governor Lee Extends State of Emergency To Review New Medical Freedom Legislation
2) Republicans Vow To Fight White House Plan To Pay Illegal Immigrants
3) TN Illegal Immigration Legislation To Follow Final Study Committee Meeting
4) BCBS Of TN Mandates V@ccines Even For Remote Workers
5) CRT Proponent Rachael Maves Defended by Tennessee’s Education Elite
6) TN Lawsuit Over Lockdown Induced Losses Dismissed By Federal Court
7) Biden Nominee For Comptroller Of Currency Wants To Bankrupt Smaller Players In Oil & Gas Industry

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Federal Mandates Are Now A Reality

The Bill From The Special Session (HB 9077) Has Not Been Signed Into Law By The Governor, And Already, The Exemptions Handed Out Are In Play.

The Federal Government Has Called Our Bluff And Mandated Through CMS (Medicare) That All Healthcare Workers Be Vaccinated. Since Our Law Provides An Exemption For Federal Compliance, Our Tennessee Healthcare Workers Have No Protection From The State Against These Mandates.

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