Legislators Push For Ballot Question Move On Marijuana

After Years Of Marijuana Bills Being Kicked Around The General Assembly, Only To Be Booted, Two Lawmakers Are Hoping To Find Out Exactly What The Public Thinks About The Weed With A Ballot Initiative.

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Voters Favor Congressional Republicans On Range Of Key Issues Heading Into Midterms

Voters Have Swung In Favor Of Congressional Republicans’ Handling Of Key Issues By A Significant Margin As The Midterm Elections Draw Closer, Newly Released Polling Shows.

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Biden Approval Rating Drops To 33% As Inflation Surges, SCOTUS Weighs Mandates

President Joe Biden’s Approval Rating Has Declined Even Further Amid Higher Inflation, Vaccine Mandates And The President’s Push For New Voting Laws.

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97.3% Of GOP Primary Voters Want TN Health Committees To Restore Medical Freedom

The Tennessee Conservative Conducted A Poll Regarding The Health Committee’s Approach To Remedying Encroachments On Medical Freedom In The Volunteer State During This Week’s Special Session. On Average, 97.3% Of Respondents Want House & Senate Committee Members To Take Action Toward The Direction Of Restoring Freedom – Not Limiting It.

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Biden Administration Loses Public Support On Immigration Policies

A New Harvard/Harris Poll Found The Overwhelming Majority Of Voters Say Immigration Is A Serious Issue That Has Gotten Worse Under The Biden Administration And That More Should Be Done To Address It.

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Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled – June 24, 2021 News Break

1) Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled
2) TN Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phone May Now Face Felony Charges
3) Harris To Visit Border Months After Appointment As Border Czar
4) Biden Unveils Gun Regulation And Crime Prevention Plan

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New Poll Confirms Widespread Support For School Choice

A Majority Of Voters Support School Choice, A New Poll From Echelon Insights Shows.

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Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled

A Davidson County Judge Has Ruled That A July 27 Referendum Election On Six Proposed Changes To Nashville’s Metro Charter – Including One That Would Reduce Property Taxes – Will Not Happen.

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