Lee And 24 GOP Governors Ask Biden To Hit Pause On Broader Clean Water Rule

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Along With 24 Other Republican Governors Oppose A Revised Federal Rule Regulating U.S. Waterways, Citing Uncertainty From An Undecided U.S. Supreme Court Case Related To The Rule.

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Tennessee Attorney General Opposes Veterans Affairs’ New Abortion Rule

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced Wednesday That He Joined A Coalition Of 17 Attorneys General In Filing An Amicus Brief In The Western District Of Texas In The Case Of Carter V. Mcdonough. “Rather than respect the Constitution and the Supreme Court’s ruling, President Biden’s Administration seeks to wrest control over abortion back from the people.”

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Biden Announces Border Visit As Illegal Crossings Surge, Expands ‘Legal’ Immigration

President Joe Biden Said Thursday That He Will Visit The Southern Border Sunday. The Announcement Came In A Speech On Illegal Immigration, Where Biden Promised More Border Security And Pushed For Increased ‘Legal’ Immigration.

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Republicans Hope SCOTUS Will Help Alleviate Border Crisis

Republicans Are Now Looking To The U.S. Supreme Court To Help Alleviate The Crisis At The Southern Border.

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Tennessee Attorney General Leads Coalition In U.S. Supreme Court To Hold Big Tech Accountable

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Announced That Tennessee, Joined By A Coalition Of 25 States And D.C., Has Filed An Amicus Brief At The United States Supreme Court To Ensure Technology Companies Remain Accountable To State Consumer Protection Laws.

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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case Considering State Legislatures’ Authority Over Elections Process

The U.S. Supreme Court On Wednesday Heard Oral Arguments In Moore V. Harper, A Case That Could Have Major Implications On State Legislatures’ Control Of Their Elections Free Of Federal Interference.

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U.S. Senate To Vote On Respect For Marriage Act; Several Groups Say It’s Unconstitutional

Several Groups Argue The Respect For Marriage Act (ROMA) Currently Before The U.S. Senate Is Unconstitutional, And If Enacted, Will Eventually Be Struck Down By The U.S. Supreme Court.

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U.S. Senate Advances Bill To Codify Same-Sex Marriage Protections

The U.S. Senate Voted Wednesday To End Debate On Legislation To Codify Same-Sex Marriage Protections. The Procedural Action Does Not Fully Pass The Bill Out Of The Senate, But Sets It Up For Likely Passage Later This Week With A Possible Vote Thursday.

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