What Tennessee’s Republican Leadership Doesn’t Want You To Know About Illegal Immigration (Update 2.27.24)

While Republican Leadership Takes To Social Media And The Campaign Trail, Pledging Their Promises To Combat Illegal Immigration, Their Actions In Committees And In Governance, Which We Will Reveal Here, Tells The TRUE Story They’d Rather You Did Not Know.

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Tennessee Constitution Allows Tickets To Legislative Session, Attorney General Says

A Ticketing System That Restricts Public Access To The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Allowable Under The State’s Constitution, According To A Legal Opinion From Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti.

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Feds Sue Tennessee Over Registering HIV Sex Workers As Violent Sex Offenders

The Federal Government Filed Suit Thursday Against Tennessee And Its Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Over Enforcement Of The State’s Aggravated Prostitution Statute.

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Tennessee AG Doubts Legality Of State Bill Limiting President’s Ability To Federalize National Guard

Tennessee’s Attorney General Issued A Rare Opinion, Questioning The Legality Of A Bill Sponsored By 13 TN Republicans To Limit The President’s Ability To Federalize The State National Guard. Skrmetti Argues That Restricting The President’s Authority Over National Guard Violates Federal Law And U.S. Constitution.

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Tennessee And Coalition Of States Criticize Biden’s Natural Gas Export Freeze

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti, Along With A Coalition Of About Two Dozen State Attorneys General, Sent A Letter To President Joe Biden Tuesday Blasting The President’s Recent Decision To Freeze The Approval Of New Export Sites For Liquefied Natural Gas.

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Tennessee And Multi-State Coalition Sides With Texas In Border Battle Against Biden

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Along With A Coalition Of State Attorneys General Sent A Letter Monday To Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Backing Texas In Its Border Battle With The Biden Administration.

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Tennessee Attorney General Joins Coalition In Defense Of Right To Free Speech

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined A Coalition Of 23 Attorneys General And The Arizona Legislature Tuesday In Filing An Amicus Brief In Support Of The National Rifle Association’s Case Against A New York State Official Who Trampled On The Organization’s First Amendment Right To Free Speech.

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