One Year Into Biden’s Presidency: What Have Democrats Actually Accomplished?

Last Week, The Country Watched In Disgust As The White House Scrambled To Explain Away News Of Decades-High Inflation. True To Form, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Denied And Deflected Instead Of Addressing The Economic Pain Most Tennesseans Feel. This Rejection Of Reality, Paired With The Administration’s Nonstop Pivots To And Away From Hot-Button Issues, Begs The Question: “What Have Democrats Actually Accomplished?”

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TN Benefited By Leaving Federal Unemployment Program Early, Report Says

Tennessee’s Unemployment Insurance Spending Dropped From $9.6 Million Per Day In April And Early May To $4.2 Million Per Day After The State Dropped Out Of The Federal Supplemental Pandemic Unemployment Program July 3, According To A New Report.

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ORNL Employees Are Defending Their Rights In Federal Court [Interview]

Listen To The Story Of 3 Employees Of The Oak Ridge National Laboratory In Oak Ridge, TN As They Are Now On Forced Unpaid Leave And Defending Themselves In Federal Court. The Sad Thing Is That This Could Have Been Avoided. Tennessee Could Have Stood Up Against The Federal Government. But We Did Not. And Now These Tennesseans Are Left To Defend Themselves.

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Thanks To Biden’s “Build Back Broke” Agenda, Thanksgiving Just Got A Lot More Expensive

As We Gather Around The Thanksgiving Table This Week, I Encourage All Tennesseans To Pause For A Moment Of Gratitude Not Just For The Things We Do Have, But For Our Future Blessings. It’s True That, Until Joe Biden Adjusts His Priorities, Tennesseans Will Continue To Pay For His Mistakes; But I Find Comfort In The Knowledge That The Path Forward Is Clear. It’s Time For The Administration To Walk Down This Path, And Meet People Where They Are — Not Where They Think We Should Be Forced To Go By Their Increasingly Destructive And Out-Of-Touch Socialist Agenda.

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Tennesseans Get Mixed Message At Biomedical Ethics Lecture

Dr. Diekema Spoke About Overcoming Parental Objections To Care For Minor Children With Communication And Persuasion As Physicians Must Have Parental Consent To Treat Children.

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Tennessee K-12 Funding To Be Reviewed By 18 Subcommittees

The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced On Tuesday, October 12, That The Formula Used To Distribute Funds Into Public Schools Will Be Decided By 18 Subcommittees.

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Griffey Calls On TN Gen. Assembly To “Stand Up For The Freedoms Of Tennesseans We Swore An Oath To Protect”

The Following Is An Email I Sent To Every Member Of The Tennessee House And Several Conservative Members Of The Tennessee Senate. I Want Tennesseans To Know My Position On Vaccine And Mask Mandates As Well As My Efforts To Get Others In The General Assembly To Protect The Rights Of Tennesseans To Make Health Decisions For Themselves And Their Children.

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Tennessee Health Officials Issue Warning About Counterfeit Drugs

Tennessee Has Seen A Rise In Overdose Deaths And Counterfeit Pills. The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation, The Department Of Health, And Other Groups Held A News Conference On Monday, October 11, To Warn Tennesseans About This Epidemic.

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