Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision

Rather Than Accepting The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Recent Decision To Allow The State’s Pilot Education Savings Account Program To Move Forward, Metro Nashville Is Asking The Court To Rethink Its Decision.

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Tennessee’s New Residency Election Law Is Unconstitutional

The New Residency Requirement Is Unconstitutional And Undemocratic. The U.S. Constitution Sets Forth Eligibility Requirements For The U.S. House. Under Article I, Section 2, A Representative Must Have Been A U.S. Citizen For At Least Seven Years, At Least 25 Years Old, And Must Live In The State They Represent. Neither Congress, Nor A State May Impose Additional Eligibility Office Requirements.
Considering The Law Is Notoriously Unlawful, Voters Can’t Help Wondering What Suddenly Inspired The Tennessee General Assembly To Add This Blatantly Illegal Requirement To The State’s Eligibility Rules For National Elections? The Answer Is More Obvious Than Finding Fleas On A Tennessee Hound Dog!

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Tennesseans To Vote To Protect Religious Rights In Politics

This Fall, Voters In Tennessee Will Be Given An Opportunity To Remove Wording From The State Constitution That Bans Religious Leaders From Being Able To Serve In The State Legislature.

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Senator Bill Hagerty Says DHS Disinformation Board Likely Illegal

U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty Says The Creation Of A Board Within The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) Tasked With Combating “Disinformation” Is Likely Illegal. Creating The Board And Hiring Its New Director Without Congressional Authorization Violates Several Federal Laws, Hagerty Argues. Knowingly And Willfully Violating One Of Them Carries A $5,000 Fine And Up To Two Years In Prison, He Adds.

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Starbuck Sues Tennessee GOP And Election Officials Over Removal From The District 5 Ballot

Conservative Republican Robby Starbuck, Who Was Barred By The Tennessee GOP From Running In The District 5 Republican Primary For The U.S. House, Has Filed Suit Against GOP Chair Scott Golden, Tennessee Secretary Of State Tre Hargett And State Coordinator Of Elections, Mark Goins.

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Governor Lee Signs Bipartisan Bill Opening Door For Non-U.S. Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses In TN

Recently, The House And Senate Voted To Pass An Amended Caption Bill That Paves The Way For Non-U.S. Citizens To Obtain Professional And Commercial Licenses In The Volunteer State. The Bill Was Transmitted To Governor Bill Lee On April 22nd And Obtained His Signature April 26th, Making The Legislation A Law.

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Conservatives Ask Gov. Lee To Veto Bill That Would Allow Non-US Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses

Recently, The House And Senate Voted To Pass An Amended Caption Bill That Would Pave The Way For Non-U.S. Citizens To Obtain Professional And Commercial Licenses In The Volunteer State And It Is Now Up To Governor Bill Lee To Sign The Legislation Into Law, Veto It, Or Allow It To Pass Into Law Without His Signature.

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Senate Republicans Caught Off Guard By Redistricting Ruling

Senate Republicans Who Rule The Roost In The Legislature Were Reportedly “Shocked” Last Week When A Three-Judge Panel Blocked Their Senate Redistricting Plan, Finding It Violated The State Constitution.

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Lawsuit Filed Against State Over Congressional Primary Residency Legislation

Shortly After Tennessee Legislators Passed A Bill That Would Enact New Residency Requirements For Candidates Of The Congressional Primary, A Federal Lawsuit Challenging The Constitutionality Of The Legislation Was Filed By Three Tennessee Residents.

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