Amended Bill Blocking Incentives For ‘Countries Of Concern’ Heads To Tennessee Senate

A Tennessee Bill Banning Incentives For Companies From Countries Of Concern Advanced In Senate Committee After Another Costly Part Of The Bill Was Removed.

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Tennessee Bill Would Block Incentives To Companies From ‘Countries Of Concern’

A Bill Adding Tax Credits For Research And Development From Energy And Tech Companies Along With Banning Tax Credits And Incentives For Countries Of Concern Passed The Tennessee House Government Operations Committee On Monday. China, Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela And The Syrian Arab Republic Are Listed As Countries Of Concern.

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U.S. Department Of Homeland Security Reports Potential For Influx Of Illegal Immigrants To Tennessee

According To The Us Department Of Homeland Security, Upwards Of 600 Illegal Immigrants From The Southwest Border Have Cited Middle Tennessee As Their Intended Destination When Questioned During Processing.

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2 New Bills Submitted By Tennessee GOP Lawmaker To Prohibit Business, Political Activity With Foreign Adversaries

Two New Bills Have Been Filed For The 2024 General Assembly That All But Prohibit The Ability Of Certain Foreign Entities To Do Business In Or With The State Of Tennessee. Additionally, Foreign Agents From Certain Countries Will Be Required To Register With The Attorney General’s Office.

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Suspected Terrorism Funder Arrested After Being Released Into U.S. At Border

Another Foreign National Who Entered The U.S. Illegally And Was Released Into The Country By The Biden Administration Had An Extensive Criminal Record And Was Wanted In Venezuela For Financing Terrorism.

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Venezuela Deliberately Releasing Violent Criminals, Sending Them To U.S. Border

A Coalition Of House Republicans Led By U.S. Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, Is “Demanding Answers About Venezuela Releasing Violent Prisoners Early And Pushing Them To Join Caravans Heading Towards Our Southern Border” In A Letter Sent To Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

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Nearly 10,000-Person Caravan Heading To U.S. From Mexico, Saying Biden Will Give Them Asylum

A Caravan Of Thousands Of People Heading To The U.S. Has Reportedly Left From Tapachula, Mexico, A City Located Less Than 10 Miles From The Mexico-Guatemala Border.

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Border Patrol Apprehends Foreign Nationals From Multiple Countries

While Most Americans Were Legally Traveling To Visit Relatives And Celebrate Thanksgiving Enjoying A Few Days Off Of Work, Border Patrol Agents Were Hard At Work In Texas Inundated With Illegal Travelers Arriving At The U.S. Southern Border.

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