TennCon BIG 7 Fleischmann & Kustoff Vote Yes For $400M Federal V@X Database + More!

1) Fleischmann & Kustoff Vote Yes For $400M Federal V@X Database
2) Confederate Memorabilia In Jury Room Leads To New Trial For Tennessee Man
3) Bradley County Parents Notified Of Statewide Mask Mandates For Tennessee Head Starts
4) Lawmakers Approve $8M More For Education Contract Amid Commissioner’s Potential Conflict
5) Tennessee Business Roundtable Opposes Comptroller’s Decision To Suspend C0VID Exemptions
6) U.S. Senate Rejects Biden’s Mandate For Private Sector
7) Biden Banking Nominee Withdraws After Bipartisan Criticism Over Her Ties To Marxism, Socialist Policies
8) Bonus Story! Senator Gardenhire Pushes For Higher Salaries For School Board Members

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This Week’s Top Stories For Conservatives In Tennessee – Dec. 3rd Edition

1) Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Suspends Previously Issued C0VID Exemptions
2) TN Department Of Education Rejects Critical Race Theory Complaint
3) Tennessee Head Start Centers Mandate Masks for Two Year Olds
4) Taxpayers Pay Millions to Fund Program To Promote Critical Race Theory
5) What Would Happen In Tennessee If The U.S. Supreme Court Overturned Roe V Wade?
6) How The Illegal Immigrant Surge Fuels Massive American OD’s From Fentanyl
7) Tennessee Benefited By Leaving Federal Unemployment Program Early

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New Unemployment Claims Fall Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

New Federal Jobs Data Shows The Number Of First-Time Filers For Unemployment Benefits Dropped To The Lowest Level In Decades. The Number Of Ongoing Unemployment Claims And Overall Unemployment, Though, Still Remain Higher Than Levels Before The Pandemic.

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Legislature Passes Late Night COVID Omnibus Bill; Allows Ford To Require Masks

The Legislature Backpedaled On Covid-19 Bills Just Enough Early Saturday To Pass A Comprehensive Measure And Still Placate Companies Such As Ford, Which Is To Receive A $900 Million Incentive Package To Build An Electric Truck And Battery Plant In West Tennessee.

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End Of Federal Unemployment Raises Questions About Fraud, Joblessness

Federal Unemployment Benefits Ended Over The Holiday Weekend, Raising Questions About How The Payments’ Expiration Will Affect The Job Market And Whether Congress Will Renew The Benefits.

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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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Disaster Unemployment Available For TN Flood Victims In 4 Counties

Residents In Four Tennessee Counties Are Eligible For Federal Disaster-Related Unemployment After Last Weekend’s Deadly Flooding. After Biden Declared Humphreys, Dickson, Hickman And Houston Counties To Be Major Disaster Areas, The Assistance Became Available To Residents Whose Job Was Impacted.

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Biden Administration Plans Unemployment Benefits Beyond Deadline

The Biden Administration Is Working To Ensure That $300 Weekly Unemployment Payments From Federal Taxpayers Continue In Some Form Beyond Their Expiration Date Set By Congress.

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