Tragedy Breeds Unity In The Volunteer State: Blackburn Op-Ed

While The Flooding Caused Irreversible Damage, It Also Commanded A United Response From Across The Volunteer State. Tennesseans Didn’t Wait To Be Asked — They Were The First To Act. Local Law Enforcement And First Responders Were Immediately Joined By Residents From Neighboring Communities Who Drove Cars Full Of Food, Water, And Weather Gear To Humphreys County.

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30 National Guardsmen Stationed At Erlanger

On September 2, The Tennessee National Guard Confirmed That 30 Members Had Completed Orientation For Their Two-Week Stint At Erlanger. After Orientation, The Guardsmen Were Split Among Both Hospitals For Further Assignments.

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Tennessee National Guard Responds to Hurricane Ida

On Monday, August 30, The Tennessee National Guard Announced They Will Send Over 300 Soldiers To Louisiana To Help With Hurricane Ida Relief Efforts.

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Governor Lee’s Office Releases Email Concerning ‘Conspiracy Theories’

On Thursday, August 12, Governor Bill Lee’s Office Cautioned Tennessee Lawmakers About “Conspiracy Theories” That Have Been Circulating. In These Theories Are Claims About “Quarantine Camps” And Forced Vaccinations.

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Study Committee Seeks Answers To Illegal Immigration In TN

On Tuesday July 15, 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Met Live For The Second Time In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN. They Heard Presentations From The Governor’s Office, Department Of Children’s Services And The Fiscal Review Committee.

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TN Spends Nearly $4M Per Year To Educate Unaccompanied Alien Minors

Tennessee Has Spent Nearly $60 Million Over 15 Years Educating Children Who Entered The State As Unaccompanied Minors, According To The State’s Fiscal Review Committee Estimates.

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TBI Arrests 18 Men, Including Pastor & National Guardsman, In Human Trafficking Operation

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Has Arrested And Charged 18 Men As Part Of A Human Trafficking Investigation In Spring Hill. The Group Includes A Man Listed As Youth Pastor Of A Church In Centerville And As A Tennessee National Guardsman.

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Lee Declares Southern Border A ‘National Security Crisis’

Over The Weekend, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Traveled To The U.S. Southern Border To Meet With Tennessee National Guards Troops And Receive Briefings Regarding The Skyrocketing Rate Of Illegal Crossings And Criminal Activities.

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Lee University Professor & Students Visit Southern Border

Lee University Professor Arlie Tagayuna Recently Visited The Southern Border With A Group Of His Students. The Trip Allowed The Students And Dr. Tagayuna To Get A First-Hand Look At The Situation.

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Governor Lee To Visit Southern Border This Weekend

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Is Headed To The Southern Border This Weekend In An Effort To Determine The Needs Of The Tennessee National Guard There. He Will Be Accompanied On The Trip By Major General Jeff Holmes, Adjutant General Of The Tennessee National Guard.

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