Patients’ Rights Bill Introduced In TN For Second Year In A Row

Last Year, Despite The Support Of Many Tennesseans, A Patients’ Rights Bill Introduced By Rep. Todd Warner Died In Committee. However, The Residents Of Tennessee May Actually Get The Opportunity To Share Their Testimony This Year, As Warner Has Now Introduced This Legislation Again, As HB0377.

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Are Pharmacies In Tennessee Breaking The Law By Not Dispensing Ivermectin?

The Tennessee Conservative Has Received Multiple Reports That Corporate-Run Pharmacies Are Either Not Carrying Ivermectin Or Telling Customers That A Prescription Is Required Before They Will Dispense The Medication, Contrary To The Original Intent Of A Bill Passed In The Last Session Of The General Assembly.

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Candidates In Contested Races In Williamson County Given Opportunity To Debate

The Williamson County Republican Party Sponsored The Tennessee House Williamson County Joint Debate That Was Held On July 12th, 2022. The Debate Featured Candidates Running For State House In Districts 61, 63, And 92 Which Are All Contested Races.

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28 Political Endorsements For REAL Conservatives In Tennessee

***Update – We’ve added three more candidates to our Endorsement list!***

Tennessee Conservative’s List Of Endorsements For The 2022 Election Season. We May Add More Candidates To Our List Of Endorsements As Time Goes On.

We Are Endorsing Multiple Candidates That Are Running Against Republican Incumbents, Many Are RINO’s While Some Are Moderate Benchwarmers.

The Fact Is, We Never Truly Know How A New Individual Will Perform Once Elected To Office. But We Certainly Know How Those Who Have Held Office Have Performed And Their Track Records Demonstrate That It’s Time For A Change.

This List, In Our Opinion, Reflects The Candidates That We Believe Would Best Serve Conservative Principles Should They Be Elected Or Re-Elected To Office.

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Registry Board Seeks Order On Cothren’s Subpoena Objection

The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance Is Requesting A Court Order Requiring Cade Cothren To Explain Why He Refused To Show Up When Subpoenaed To Testify About A Political Action Committee.

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House Passes Bill That Would Require Expense Reports From Non-Profits 60 Days Before Elections

In An 87 To 3 Vote, With 5 Representatives Abstaining, A Bill That Would Require Non-Profits To Report All Expenditures Of 60 Days Prior To Elections Was Passed By The Tennessee House.

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Tennessee Public School Funding Formula Passes House Committee

A New Funding Formula For Tennessee’s Public Schools Continued To Wind Its Way Through Legislative Committees On Monday.

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Taxpayer-Funded Lobbyists, Firearms Legislation & The Importance Of Successful Educational Outcomes In TN (Interview w/ Rep. Todd Warner)

In this interview, Representative Todd Warner (R-Chapel Hill-District 92 ) speaks candidly about his biggest disappointment with his experience in the Tennessee Legislature – the influence of taxpayer-funded lobbyists and the good legislation aimed at limiting their influence that has been killed this session.

Warner also discusses his firearms bill that would grant 18 year-olds the right to bear arms along with the importance of the state’s educational system to produce literate individuals, if for no other reason than to lower the chances of them turning to crime.

All this and more in an interview that you do not want to miss!

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TN Rep Bud Hulsey Confirms He Was Served With Federal Subpoena

Only One State House Member Other Than Speaker Cameron Sexton Admitted Wednesday To Being Subpoenaed This Week To Testify Before A Federal Grand Jury.

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