Republicans Push Back As Biden’s Proposed Spending Requests Top $6 Trillion

Republican Lawmakers Pushed Back Wednesday After The White House Unveiled A New $1.8 Trillion Spending Plan That Includes Free College Tuition Provisions And Up To 12 Weeks Of Paid Family Leave.

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Defund The Police Movement Contributed To Rise In Violence, Experts Say

Calls To Defund The Police Have Once Again Been Thrust Into The National Spotlight After A String Of High Profile Police Shootings, But Data Show The Rallying Cry For Police Reformers May Not Hold Water.

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Democrats Divided Over ‘Court-Packing’ Legislation; GOP Unified Against It

Republicans Quickly Unified Thursday Against A New Democratic Bill That Would Add Four Seats To The U.S. Supreme Court, And Before The Day Was Out, Democrats Had Already Begun Dividing Over The Issue.

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Biden Pitches Gun-Control Measures: ‘This Is Just The Start’

Biden Announced A Series Of Controversial Gun Control Measures From The White House Thursday. The President Laid Out Several Executive Actions And Made Clear He Thinks More Gun Control Measures Are Needed And Coming Soon.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 29, 2021

1)Foster / Adoption Exemption Bill To Be Heard In Committee
2) Tennessee Republican Leaders Divided on Medicaid Expansion Incentives
3) Nashville Judge Rules In Favor Of Reinstating Sportsbook Betting License
4) Senator Ted Cruz Tweets Photos, Post Videos Of Border Situation
5) Chattanooga Area Food Bank Launches Reimagined Online Auction To Fight Hunger

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More Than $4 Billion To Go To Illegal Immigrants Through Biden Stimulus Checks

The Center For Immigration Studies Estimates That 2.65 Million Illegal Immigrants Have Social Security Numbers And, Because Of Their Income Threshold And Number Of Children They Have, Are Eligible To Receive Federal Stimulus Checks.

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Texas Republican Leaders Vow To Fight ‘For The People’ Election Bill

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, The Texas Public Policy Foundation And Others Have Expressed Opposition To HR1, The “For The People” Act, Which Was Narrowly Passed By House Democrats To Alter Federal And State Election Processes.

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Democratic Relief Bill Includes $1,400 Checks To Non-Citizens, Incarcerated Felons

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz Of Texas Says The $1.9 Trillion Bill Passed By Democrats In The House And Senate Allocates $1 Trillion To Non-conoravirus-related Relief Spending, Including Payments To Noncitizens And Incarnated Felons.

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GOP Senators Propose Bill To Block Biden Energy Orders

Republican Senator From Wyoming Introduces A Bill, Cosponsored By 23 Republicans, To Prohibit Any President Or Federal Agency From Blocking Energy Or Mineral Leasing Permits On Federals Lands Without Congressional Scrutiny.

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