AG Slatery Joins Efforts Opposing Federal Control Of State Elections

In A Letter To Congressional Leaders, TN Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III & 22 Other Attorneys General Warn That Legislation Under Consideration In Congress Would Allow The U.S. Dept. Of Justice To Federalize The Election System By Usurping The Authority States Rightly Possess Over The Administration Of Their Elections.

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End Of Federal Unemployment Raises Questions About Fraud, Joblessness

Federal Unemployment Benefits Ended Over The Holiday Weekend, Raising Questions About How The Payments’ Expiration Will Affect The Job Market And Whether Congress Will Renew The Benefits.

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Tennessee Man Faces Charges For Threats Against Biden, Trump, Other Officials

A Perry County Man Is Facing Federal Charges For Making Online Posts And Sending Emails Threatening President Joe Biden, Former President Donald Trump, And Other Officials.

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Supreme Court Ruling Allows New Texas Abortion Law To Remain

The U.S. Supreme Court Upheld A New Texas Law Banning Abortions Once A Heartbeat Is Detected In A Ruling Late Wednesday. The Law Went Into Effect Wednesday, Making Texas The First State To Effectively Ban A Majority Of Abortions From Being Performed In The State.

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Voting Legislation Heads To U.S. Senate, Would Expand Fed Control Over Election Rules

A New Bill To Significantly Expand Federal Power Over State Elections Is Headed To The U.S. Senate, The Latest In A Traffic Jam Of Controversial Legislation To Be Decided On By Congress.

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Biden Pitches Crime Plan As Urban Violence Rises

Biden Met Monday With Attorney General Merrick Garland And Other Law Enforcement And Community Leaders From Around The Nation As A Surge In Violent Crime Continues In The Nation’s Largest Cities.

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Former Interim Chief Of Staff On Paid Leave For Federal Investigation Accepts Job In Lee’s Administration

Holt Whitt, Interim Chief Of Staff For House Speaker Cameron Sexton Since January 2020, Will Be Joining Governor Bill Lee’s Administration, Even Though He Is Currently On Paid Leave As A Part Of An Ongoing Federal Investigation.

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Biden Pitches Gun-Control Measures: ‘This Is Just The Start’

Biden Announced A Series Of Controversial Gun Control Measures From The White House Thursday. The President Laid Out Several Executive Actions And Made Clear He Thinks More Gun Control Measures Are Needed And Coming Soon.

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Criminal Justice Subcommittee Approves Resolution to Block Legislation Allowing Recreational Drug Use

The Resolution States That The General Assembly Would Be Unable To Enact Laws That Would Authorize Rape, Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Or The Recreational Use Of Any Substance As Identified By The U.S. Department Of Justice Or The Drug Enforcement Agency.

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In Final Days, Trump Gave Up On Forcing Release Of Russiagate Files

Trump Relented To U.S. Intelligence Leaders In His Final Days Of Office, Allowing Them To Block The Release Of Critical Material In The Russia Investigation, According To A Former Senior Congressional Investigator Who Later Joined The Trump Administration.

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