Tennessee Firearms Association Joins Amicus In SCOTUS 2nd Amendment Rights Case

The Tennessee Firearms Association Joined As An Amicus Party, Or “Friend Of The Court” With The Second Amendment Foundation In The Case Of New York State Rifle And Pistol Association, Inc.

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Tennessee Firearms Association Seeks To Intervene In Federal 2nd Amendment Case

Tennessee Firearms Association Seeks To Intervene In Federal Case Involving Overreach By ATF When It Redefined A Bump Stock As A Machine Gun.

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The Left Won’t Stop Until All Protections On Voting Are Removed

Last Month, Republicans In The Senate Blocked Efforts To Federalize The Entire Electoral Process. And Polls Show Most Americans Support The Republican View. The President Should Answer A Simple Question, “What Laws Should Exist To Protect The Vote?” He Won’t Answer Because He And All Of The Left Want Open Voting To Establish Permanent One-Party Rule. It Doesn’t Matter To Them Whether A State’s Voter Rolls Are Filled With Dead People, Noncitizens, Or Individuals Who Have Moved Away. Under The Democrats’ Plans, No Steps Can Be Taken To Identify And Remove These Names.

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Texas Joins Coalition Seeking SCOTUS Clarity On 2nd Amendment Rights

Texas Has Joined 21 States Led By The Attorneys General Of Louisiana, Arizona And Montana In An Amicus Brief Filed With The U.S. Supreme Court. The Multistate Coalition Is Asking The Court To Uphold Hawaiians’ Second Amendment Rights To Bear Arms…

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Supreme Court Upholds States’ Efforts To Ensure Voter Integrity

The Supreme Court On Thursday Correctly Concluded That States Could Enact Commonsense And Necessary Protections To Ensure The Integrity Of Their Electoral Systems. States Like Georgia, Iowa And Florida Can Rest Assured That Specious Challenges To Their Legitimate Efforts To Guarantee The Sanctity Of The Vote Will Not Be Supported By Activist Judges.

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SCOTUS Wades Into National Debate Over Pipelines

As Both Parties Debate The Construction Of New Oil And Gas Pipelines, The U.S. Supreme Court Has Weighed In, Saying States Cannot Overturn Federal Eminent Domain Permits For Those Projects.

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Supreme Court Rules Against NCAA On Student-Athlete Compensation

After Several Years Of Challenges To The NCAA’s Power Over Student Athlete Compensation, The Supreme Court Reached A Unanimous Decision Upholding A Lower Court’s Ruling That The Current NCAA Regulations Violate Federal Antitrust Laws. The NCAA Cannot Restrict Educational Benefits To Student Athletes.

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Fighting To Make Tennessee Inhospitable For Illegal Immigration With State Rep. Griffey

As Tennessee Continues To Struggle With Finding The Answers For How To Get The Flood Of Illegal Immigration In Our State Under Control, District 75 State Representative Bruce Griffey Offers Real-World Solutions To The Problem.

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Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge To Obamacare On Technicality

Supreme Court Ruled In Favor Of Upholding The Affordable Care Act In The Case, California V. Texas, Citing A Lack Of Legal Standing By Texas And The Other Plaintiffs.
The High Court, However, Did Leave The Door Open To Future Challenges.

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