Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution

This November 8th, Tennessee Voters Will Get To Decide Whether To Add ‘Right To Work’ As A Permanent Component Of The State Constitution.

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TN House Adds Construction Reporting Requirement At Ford’s Blue Oval City

An Amended Bill Requiring The Review Of Any Construction Contracts With Companies Building At The Ford Blue Oval Megasite In West Tennessee Passed The House, 69-22, On Thursday.

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TN Woman Receives Settlement, Apology In Right-To-Work Case

A Former Employee From Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Received $10,000 And An Apology From A Union As A Result Of Her Lawsuit Regarding Union Dues.

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Milton Friedman’s Role Of Government In Education

Our Founders Promised A Quality Education For Every Youth In The Nation. But By The Time This System Was In Place It Was Run By Politicians, Not Parents. A Century Later The System Was In Such Disrepair Milton Friedman Realized That The Only Way To Repair It Was To Make It Competitive In The Free Market. Most Parents And Citizens Now Believe That More Choice Is Needed And Less Government And Union Control. Giving Parents The Information About The Deficiencies In Public Education And Other Education Choices Will Result In Better Educated Students.

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Scramble To House Ford Megasite Workers Begins

Celebrations For The $5.6 Billion Ford Motor Electric Truck And Battery Plant Are Over As State And Local Officials Run Headlong Into The Reality Of A Massive Construction Project.

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When the Feds Won’t Protect Workers, Tennessee Leaders Should Step Up

The Department Of Labor Has Made A Bold Move To Sweep Union Corruption Under The Rug. And Unless State Leaders Step In, Tennessee Workers May Pay The Price.

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This School Choice Week, Put Parents First

Marsha Blackburn Op-Ed: This Past Year, Schools Transformed Into Political Battlegrounds. The Goal Of Providing A Great Education Was Pushed Aside By Partisan Agendas And School Board Meeting Debates. As A New Semester Begins, An Already Cracked System Is Slowly Crumbling Under Pressure From Political Activists…

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TN Woman Sues Employer To Opt Out Of Union Dues For Religious Reasons

A Tennessee Woman Has Filed A Federal Lawsuit, Claiming She Should Not Have To Pay Union Dues And Calling Doing So Religious Discrimination.

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