A Veteran’s Perspective! Of-By-And-For The People Special! – Podcast

Special Of-By-And For The People Conversation!

Talking With 3 Veterans About Transitioning Out Of The Military, The Life Lessons And Perspective They Learned While Serving, The Afghanistan Withdrawal, And Their Feedback On The Headlines Of Today. Gerald Mccormick – Army (Former State Representative And TN House Majority Leader) Eric Buchanan – Navy (Attorney) John Ballinger – Army (Business Owner).

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Bill To Improve Transparency At Dept. Of Veterans Affairs Gains Momentum

The Bipartisan VA (Veteran’s Affairs) Quality Health Care Accountability And Transparency Act Passed The Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee With Unanimous Support.

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Anti-Gun Activist, Biden ATF Nominee Wants To Ban Tennesseans’ Hunting Rifles

Marsha Blackburn Rebuked Bureau Of ATF Nominee Chipman’s Agenda For Defying The U.S. Constitution During A Senate Judiciary Committee Confirmation Vote As Members Of The U.S. Congress Are Urging The Federal Government To Withdraw A Rule Change They Say Targets Veterans And Hurts Law-Abiding Gun Owners.

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Chattanooga To Honor Fallen Heroes With Flag Raising Ceremony

Chattanooga Veterans, Family, Mayor Kelly And City Officials Will Gather On Veterans Bridge At 1 PM EST On July 14th In A Bi-annual Flag Raising Ceremony To Honor Our Fallen Heroes.

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Group Sues SBA, Allege American Rescue Plan Institutes Racial, Gender Discrimination

The Texas Public Policy Foundation And America First Policy Institute Have Sued The U.S. Small Business Administration, Alleging A Provision In The America Rescue Act Requires The SBA To Prioritize Businesses Owned By Women And Minorities To Receive Nearly $30 Billion In Covid-19-Designated Relief Money Above Other Applicants.

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Tennessee Provided More Than $30 Million In Veteran Benefits For 2020

Tennessee Provided More Than $30 Million In Benefits For Military Veterans In Fiscal Year 2020, According To A New Report By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office.

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