22 AGs Sue USDA To Stop Withholding School Lunches Over Gender, Sexual Orientation Rules

Schools Ordering Food For The Beginning Of The Fall Semester Could Be Facing Uncertainty Over Whether They’ll Receive Federal Assistance That’s The Center Of A Legal Battle For Being Tied To Sex Discrimination Rules. Twenty-Two Attorneys General Are Suing The Biden Administration To Prevent Any Loss Of Federal Nutrition Assistance For Failing To Obey The Funding Catch, Tying The Money To Other Issues.

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The RINO Report, 98% Think Primaries Should Be Closed, Abortion Stymied, Medical Freedom, TN Sovereignty & More! – The TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest!

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2) Almost 98% Of Tennessee Republican Primary Voters Believe Open Primaries Should Be Closed
3) Tennessee Abortion Clinics Stymied After Injunction Against “Heartbeat” Law Lifted
4) TN-5 Candidates Give Their Views On The Rights Of Tennessee National Guardsmen
5) American Policy Center Sounds Alarm About Danger Of National Heritage Act To Tennessee Sovereignty
6) Tennessee Congresswoman Introduces Act To Halt USDA’s Woke Agenda In Public Schools
7) Athens, TN Teacher Of The Year Busted For Burglary, Drug Possession And Trespassing

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Tennessee Congresswoman Introduces Act To Halt USDA’s Woke Agenda In Public Schools

U.S. Representative Diana Harshbarger Has Introduced The Stop Wrongs To Our Kids’ Educational (W.O.K.E.) Meals Act To Block Biden’s USDA From Stripping Federal Funding From Recipients Of The National School Lunch Program For Refusing To Comply With Radical Transgender Ideology Expansions.

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Tennessee Attorney General Disputes Federal Directive to Withhold Nutrition Assistance For Schools That Don’t Adhere to New ‘Gender Identity’ Policy

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Is Leading A Coalition Of 26 State Attorneys General Calling On President Joe Biden To Withdraw The U.S. Department Of Agriculture’s New Guidance On Sex Discrimination For Schools And Programs That Receive Federal Nutritional Assistance. The Attorneys General Say Recent Guidance From The USDA Imposes New—And Unlawful—Regulatory Measures On State Agencies And Operators Receiving Federal Financial Assistance From The USDA.

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26 Republican AGs Challenge New Sex-Based Discrimination Federal Guidance

In A Letter Originating From Tennessee AG Herbert Slatery III And Sent To President Biden, 26 Republican AGs Claim That The U.S. Department Of Agriculture’s Guidance Means States, Local Agencies And Programs That Receive Federal Food Dollars Through The Food And Nutrition Act And The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program Could Lose Funding If They Don’t Comply, Including In Their Hiring Practices.

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Tennessee Awarded Grant To Decrease Food Insecurity

Tennesseans Facing Food Insecurity Will Have Improved Access To Nutritious Foods Thanks To A Grant Awarded To The Tennessee Department Of Agriculture.

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Inflation Contributing To Price Increase Of Meals In Tennessee Schools

The Rutherford County School District Has Announced That School Meal Prices Are Increasing For The Upcoming 2022-2023 School Year. The Same Story Is Being Told All Across Tennessee With Weakley And Knox Counties Already Having Made Similar Announcements. The Increase Is Due To Inflation In Food Prices And Also Because A Federal USDA Program That Helped Provide Free Breakfast And Lunch To All Students Is Ending In August.

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TN State Reps Blast Biden For Cutting Food Funding For Schools That Don’t Abide By LGBTQ+ Mandates

The USDA, Under The Leadership Of The Biden-Harris Administration, Announced They Will Begin Reinterpreting Existing U.S. Code In Order To Force Schools To Allow Biological Males Into Females Restrooms, Changing Areas, Etc. If Schools Don’t Abide By The Order, Federal Funds Children’s Food At School Will Be Cut Off. Republican Members Of Education Committees In The Tennessee General Assembly Blast Back.

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New Biden Administration Rule Will Tie Federal Education Funding To LGBTQ+ Mandates

An Upcoming Biden Administration Rule Change Will Tie Billions Of Dollars In Federal Education Funding To An Array Of LGBT Policies, Forcing School Districts And Universities To Implement Controversial Rules On Issues Like Transgender Athletes In Order To Receive Federal Funding.

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How U.S. Reps From Tennessee Voted On Baby Formula Shortage Bills In Congress

Two Democrat-Sponsored Resolutions Passed The U.S. House Of Representatives Last Week, Each Addressing The Nationwide Baby Formula Crisis With One Receiving All Negative Votes From Tennessee Republicans And The Other Receiving All Positive Votes For Passage.

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