Tennessee Will Put $180 Million In Public-Private Welfare Program

Tennessee Officials Have Said They Will Be Allocating $180 Million In Grants For Public-Private Partnerships To Create Welfare Programs. The Funds Will Be Given Through 2025 For Programs That Help Low-Income Tennessee Families Become Self-Sufficient.

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Why Biden’s ‘Child Allowance’ Will Harm The Economy

For The Next Six Months, The Child Tax Credit, Claimed By Working Families Every Year At Tax Time To Keep More Of Their Hard-Earned Money, Will Be Transformed Into An Anti-Work Welfare Check. Parents Will Receive Monthly Payments Of $300 Per Child Under 6 And $250 Per Child Age 7 To 17. By Next Tax Season, Some Households With No Working Adults Will Receive More Than $10,000 In These Payments. No Work Required. Just Free Money On Top Of America’s Existing Safety Net.

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TN Welfare Reform Aims To Put More Money In Needy Families’ Pockets

The Tennessee Legislature, In Concert With Human Services And Gov. Lee Are Looking At Ways To Distribute $730 Million In Reserves In The State’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program.

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Biden’s Outrageous Budget A Chance For GOP To Regain Spending Credibility

Biden’s Proposed Budget Is A Gift For Congressional Republicans. This Is A Golden Opportunity For Republicans To Expose The Dangers Of Biden’s Agenda. While This Gift May Be Neatly Wrapped And Served Up On A Silver Platter, It Will Require Some Work First. Republicans Have To Present A Credible Alternative. It Is One Thing To Decry Wasteful Spending, And An Entirely Different Thing To Actually Work Out Solutions To Avoid It.

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“I Don’t See Any Children” Busloads of Illegal Aliens Disembark at Chattanooga Airport

Busloads Of Adult Illegal Immigrants Are Disembarking At Chattanooga’s Airport According To An Anonymous Tip From A Conservative Citizen Journalist who Captured Photographs And Conducted An Interview At The Scene.

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Bill Limiting Unemployment Compensation Passes Tennessee House

The Tennessee House Passed Legislation Tuesday That Would Limit Unemployment Compensation From The State To 12 Weeks While Increasing The Weekly Pay For The First Time Since 2001.

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Hawley Sponsors ‘Pro-Family’ Proposal Giving Tax Credits To Families With Children

U.S. Rep. Josh Hawley Is Sponsoring A New Measure That Would Give Unprecedented Tax Cuts To Parents With Children, And Says His Bill Is On The Front Line Of The Nation’s “Culture War.”

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What Can Government Do To Help The Poor?

Government Has A Poor Track Record Of Directing Assistance To The Poor. Even Before COVID-19, The Federal Government Spent More Than $4 Trillion Per Year. Only A Small Fraction Of That, However, Was Allocated To Those In Poverty. There Is A Wide Range Of Federal, State And Local Programs That Actively Harm The Poor That Should Be Reformed. Rather Than Asking The Government To Create New Programs To Help The Poor, Something It Has A Rather Poor Track Record Of Achieving, Let’s First Ask It To Stop Doing Things We Know Actively Hurt The Poor. Yes, Government Can Do Something To Help The Poor. It Should Get Out Of The Way.

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11 States File Motion To Intervene In Immigrant Public Charge Rule

Eleven States Have Filed A Motion To Intervene In A Ninth Circuit Court Of Appeals Case Over Challenges To A 2018 Public Charge Rule Change That Required Immigrants Coming To The U.S. To Prove They Could Financially Support Themselves.

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