Emergency Powers Bill Update: Changes Will Remove Governor’s Ability To Re-Issue Orders

New Legislation Filed Yesterday Replaces HB0189 With HB0422 That Removes The Governor’s Ability To Re-Issue The Same Order Once The Order Has Expired. Additionally, The New Version Of The Bill Changes The Process For Renewal To A House Joint Resolution, Versus The Passage Of Legislation.

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Repealing “Emergency” Powers, Transparency Disappointment, Foreign Nationals As TN Cops, Fight Against Big Tech, Closing Primaries & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• New Bill Would Remove Governor’s Unilateral Ability To Extend Emergency Powers
• Tennesseans Hoping For More Transparency During Legislative Session May Be Disappointed
• Legislation Filed To Limit Foreign Ownership Of Tennessee Property
• TN House GOP Leader Files Bill To Remove Critical Criteria For Local Law Enforcement Applicants
• Tennessee Information Protection Act Would Guard Residents Personal Data From Abuse By Big Tech
• Social Media Common Carrier Bill Reintroduced In Tennessee Senate
• Bills Filed By Freshman Conservative Lawmaker Take Aim at Term Limits And Securing Primary Elections For Tennessee
• Tennessean’s Healthcare Options Limited By Certificate-Of-Need Laws Says New Report

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New Bill Would Remove Governor’s Unilateral Ability To Extend Emergency Powers

A New Bill Filed By Freshman Lawmaker Bryan Richey Will Attempt To Tackle The Issue Of Executive Powers By The Governor, And Their Use In The Case Of A State Of Emergency.

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Tennessee Independent Governor Candidate Arrested For Voter Interference In Chattanooga

Charles Van Morgan Of Knoxville, Who Is An Independent Candidate For Tennessee Governor, Was Arrested For Allegedly Harassing Early Voters At The Hamilton County Election Commission On Monday, October 24th.

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Tennesseans To Vote On Four Amendments That Would Change State Constitution In November

Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November. Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions, The Proposed Amendments Will Appear On The Ballot Below The Candidates Running For The Governor’s Race.

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On The Tennessee Ballot In November: Constitutional Amendment To Address Governor’s Line Of Succession

Tennessee Is The Only State In The Union That Doesn’t Provide For A Temporary Acting Governor In Their State Constitution. A Constitutional Amendment Is Looking To Change That And Voters Will Get To Decide On The Issue On November 8th.

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