Harshbarger Introduces Bill Requiring Federal Agencies To Acknowledge COVID Natural Immunity

U.S. Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger (R-TN) Recently Introduced The Natural Immunity Is Real Act In The House Of Representatives. If Passed, This Bill Would Require Federal Agencies To Take Into Account Naturally Acquired Immunity From Previous Covid-19 Infection When Issuing Any Rules Or Regulations Aimed At Protecting From The Virus.

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Tennessee Congresswoman Introduces Bill To Prohibit V@x Mandates

Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger Has Introduced The Blocking Joseph Robinette Biden’s Overreaching Vaccine Mandates Act In The U.S. House Of Representatives.

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Tennessee Parks Could Be Impacted By Federal Government Shutdown

As Lawmakers In Washington Try To Avoid A Federal Government Shutdown, Tennessee Parks Are Worried About How They Could Be Impacted.

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Many TN Congressmen Oppose Federal Spending, Infrastructure Bills

As The U.S. House Of Representatives Moves Closer To Potential Votes On A $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill And Social Spending Bill Several Of Tennessee’s U.S. Representatives Are Pushing Back On The Proposals.

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DesJarlais Withdraws Nuclear “No First Use” Amendment From National Defense Authorization Act

During The House Armed Services Committee Meeting On September 1st, Congressman Scott DesJarlais (R-TN-04) Withdrew His ‘No First Use’ Amendment (Log 844) From The National Defense Authorization Act Due To A Conflict With The Majority In The House Foreign Affairs Committee Preventing It From Receiving An Up Or Down Vote From The House Armed Services Committee.

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Unemployment Fraud Scrutinized Ahead Of Debate Over Renewing Federal Benefits

Republicans In The U.S. House And Senate Are Demanding A Federal Investigation Into Unemployment Benefits Money Lost To Fraudsters, Calling It The “Greatest Theft Of American Tax Dollars In Our Nation’s History.”

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Speaker Sexton Announces Members Of Bipartisan Redistricting Committee

On Thursday, August 26th, Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton (R-Crossville) Announced The Creation Of A Bipartisan House Select Committee Focused On Redistricting.

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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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Infrastructure Bill Faces Obstacles As House Returns

The Fate Of A Federal Infrastructure Bill Appears Uncertain After Comments By Representatives From Both Parties On The Legislation As The House Returns To Session This Week.

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Nashville Area’s Population Reaches Nearly 2M; State Redistricting Begins

The Nashville Metropolitan Area Was The 20th-Fastest Growing Statistical Area In The Country Since 2010, according To Data Released By The U.S. Census Bureau. Thursday’s Data Release By The U.S. Census Bureau Starts The Redistricting Process In The State.

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