Gov. Lee Responds To Call To Cancel Special Session On Gun Legislation

Last Week Rep. Bryan Richey Wrote A Letter Addressed To Gov. Bill Lee, Calling On Him To Cancel The Special Session On Gun Control Legislation. Even Though Lee’s Stance Is Clearly In Opposition To His Own Political Party, He Still Seems Quite Confident That By The Time August Rolls Around Republican Legislators Will Side With Him Or At The Very Least Compromise.

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Conservative Lawmakers Urge Governor Lee To Abandon Plans For Special Session To Enact Unconstitutional ‘Red Flag’ Laws

Tennessee State Rep. Bryan Richey Has Penned An Open Letter To Governor Lee Asking Him To Not Call Legislators Back To Nashville On August 21st To Enact An Unconstitutional ‘Red Flag’ Law. Reps Todd Warner And Ed Butler Along With Senator Janice Bowling Have Already Signed The Letter. More Conservative-Leaning Republicans Are Expected To Sign On In Time.

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TN Senate Rejects Conservative Lawmaker’s School Safety Bill Due To His Call For McNally’s Resignation

Last Week A Bill That Would Have Enhanced The Safety For Kids In Tennessee Schools Passed On The House Floor With Sweeping Bi-Partisan Support. However, According To The Bill Sponsor, Who Called For The Resignation Of Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Back In March, The Senate Refused To Run The Bill As Retribution.

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Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Captures Vote Of Confidence By Secret Ballot Amid Instagram Scandal

Barely Two Weeks After Revelations That He Posted Comments Next To Risque Photos On Young Gay Men’s Instagram Sites, Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Won A Vote Of Confidence From The Majority Of His Republican Peers In The Tennessee Senate.

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Conservative Lawmaker Calls For McNally’s Resignation Over Social Media Exploits

Representative Todd Warner Has Officially Called For The Resignation Of Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Following McNally’s Embarrassing Exploits On Social Media. In A Statement, Warner Called McNally’s Foibles “The Actions Of A Perverted 80-Year-Old Man Looking To Fulfill His Closeted Sexual Desires.”

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Bill To Expand School Vouchers Passes House K-12 Subcommittee

Legislation That Would Expand School Vouchers To Students In Hamilton County Passed The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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Bill To Limit Foreign Ownership Property In Tennessee Heads To Committee

After Deferring Action On Legislation To Limit Foreign Ownership Of Tennessee Property Last Week, The Bill Has Been Rescheduled To Be Heard This Wednesday.

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