Tennessee Farmer Sues USDA Over Loan Forgiveness Program

A New Federal Lawsuit Claims a Tennessee Farmer Is Being Discriminated Against Because He Is Not Eligible For Federal Loan Forgiveness Available To Only “Non-Whites.”

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Homeland Security To Consider Concerns Over Govt Contract To House Illegal Immigrants In Hotels – June 8, 2021 TTC News Break

1) Homeland Security To Consider Concerns Over Govt Contract To House Illegal Immigrants In Hotels
2) Supreme Court Rules Illegal Immigrants With Temporary Protected Status Are Not Entitled To Green Cards
3) Department Of Justice Recovers $2.3M Ransom From Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack

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Wisconsin Election Results Won’t Change As U.S. Supreme Court Refuses Trump Challenge

The U.S. Supreme Court Has Declined To Take Up Former President Donald Trump’s Challenge To The Decision Of The Wisconsin Supreme Court That Ended Trump’s Original Legal Fight To Possibly Change The Outcome Of The Election.

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Court Rules Unions Can’t Force Non-Member Workers To Fund Lobbying

First Circuit Court Of Appeals Handed Victory To A Longtime Non-Union Nurse Who Objected To Being Forced To Pay For Union Lobbying Expenses.

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State Appeals School-choice Program Ruling To Tennessee Supreme Court

State officials are asking the Tennessee Supreme Court to allow a school-choice program to move forward after being ruled unconstitutional by lower courts earlier this year.

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Shakeup At Supreme Court Has Coney Barrett In Line To Hear Potential Elections Challenge

Newly appointed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett has been assigned the Seventh Circuit under new assignments. This could put Coney Barrett in a position to hear emergency requests for review in GOP-led challenges to election results in two Wisconsin counties.

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Pence, Harris Argue COVID Response, Economy, Supreme Court In Vice Presidential Debate

With the status of the final two presidential debates up in the air following President Donald Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis, Wednesday night’s lone vice presidential debate had far more importance than in previous election years.

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Appeals Court Rules Lee’s School-choice Program Unconstitutional; State Considers Appeal

A pilot program that would provide state-funded scholarships for low-income students in Shelby and Davidson counties to attend private schools is unconstitutional, a panel of three appeals court judges ruled Tuesday in upholding a lower court’s ruling.

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Trump Selects Amy Coney Barrett To Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg On U.S. Supreme Court Bench

Amy Coney Barrett was introduced Saturday as President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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