Republicans Debate Breaking Up Big Tech After Trump’s Facebook Suspension

Many Republicans In Congress Have Reignited Their Calls To Break Up The Big Tech Companies After Facebook Announced Last Week They Would Maintain The Suspension Of Former President Donald Trump’s Account.

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Gun Control Lobbying Spending Rises As Biden Calls To End Mass Shootings

Lobbying Spending By Gun Control Groups Rose In The First Quarter Of 2021 Compared To The Same Period Last Year As A Return To Frequent Mass Shootings Turned Up The Pressure For Anti-Gun Violence Legislation.

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House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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Protecting Kids from Critical Race Theory in Tennessee Schools

Tennessee House Republicans Are Using The Last Few Days Of This Legislative Session To Take Another Look At A Measure That Would Provide Guidelines On What Public Schools Can Teach Regarding Racism And Inequality.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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DesJarlais Receives Top Honor As Most Conservative Congressman in Tennessee

Rep. Scott Desjarlais Holds The Top Spot Among Conservative U.S. House Lawmakers In Tennessee By Seven Percent. He Ranks Number One Alongside Sen. Marsha Blackburn Who Also Received A 96% Rating For Her Work In The Senate.

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House Dems Pass Legislation That Would Make D.C. The Nation’s 51st State

Democrats In The House Of Representatives Passed Legislation Thursday That Would Make Washington, D.C. The 51st State In The Union, A Move That Would Almost Certainly Strengthen The Democrats’ Senate Majority And Bolster Their Ranks In The House.

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U.S. House Passes Cannabis Banking Reform Bill To Eliminate 3rd Party Compliance

The SAFE Act Would Prohibit Federal Banking Regulators From Penalizing A Depository Institute For Accepting A Legitimate Marijuana Business As A Client. It Would Also Prohibit Regulators From Denying Or Limiting Depository Insurance To Banks With Legitimate Marijuana Clients.

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Tennessee Congressman Has Concerns Over Potential Terrorist Threats At Southern Border

U.S. Congressman Scott Desjarlais, Representing Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District, Believes That One Of The Most Pressing Issues At Hand Is The Threat Of Foreign Terrorists Entering The United States Through The Southern Border.

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Democrats Divided Over ‘Court-Packing’ Legislation; GOP Unified Against It

Republicans Quickly Unified Thursday Against A New Democratic Bill That Would Add Four Seats To The U.S. Supreme Court, And Before The Day Was Out, Democrats Had Already Begun Dividing Over The Issue.

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