TWRA Decides Not To Appeal Ruling That Will Stop Searches Without A Warrant

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Will Not Appeal To The Tennessee Supreme Court Regarding A Recent Court Decision That Will No Longer Allow For Searches To Take Place Under The “Open Field Doctrine.” TWRA Officers Must Now Obtain Explicit Permission From Landowners Or A Court-Ordered Warrant In Order To Go On Private Property.

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Incumbent Rep. Patsy Hazlewood Misrepresents Votes, Biden’s Title IX Changes Averted! Tennessee’s Pro-Israel Students Blocked! & More…

🗳️Incumbent Rep. Patsy Hazlewood Misrepresents Votes On Sanctuary Cities…

⚧️Biden’s Title IX Changes Averted!

✡️Tennessee’s Pro-Israel Students Blocked!

🏗️ Unwelcome Industrialization of Tennessee Farmland 🚜

💰 Cost Of Living Crisis In Tennessee Continues 💰

⚡️ Dimming Electric Vehicle Market 🔌

& More on The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest!

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Dimming Electric Vehicle Market May Delay Start Of Full Production At Ford’s New West Tennessee Plant

Slowing Demand For Ford’s F-150 Lightning Electric Pickup Truck Is Delaying The Start Of Full Production At The Company’s New West Tennessee Factory And Pushing Vehicle Deliveries To Dealers Until Early 2026, According To The State Senator Representing The Community Home To The New Facility.

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Developer-Backed Bill To End Wetlands Protections Shelved By Tennessee Senate

A Controversial Bill To Roll Back Protections On More Than 430,000 Acres Of Wetlands In Tennessee Has Been Effectively Defeated, With A Senate Committee Voting Wednesday To Send The Measure To A Legislative Study Session Over The Summer.

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TVA Customers Experience Power Outages As System Reaches Record Power Demand

Despite Talks Over The Last Few Months About Upgraded Systems And Rate Increases For Customers In An Effort To “Ensure The Region Has The Energy It Needs To Meet Growing Demand”, The Tennessee Valley Authority Proved Unable To Keep Up With The State’s Power Demands During Recent Extreme Winter Conditions.

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Tennessee Parents Left With Limited TCAP Data Now That Letter Grades Are Out Until Sometime This Year

The Tennessee Department Of Education Says That TCAP Scores For Each School Will Be Available Through Their Website When They Release The 2023 Scores Sometime “In Early 2024.” For Now, This Leaves The Public With A Limited Amount Of Information Pertaining To Each School’s TCAP Scores Through The New Letter Grades System.

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Human Trafficking A Real Concern For Tennesseans

A 2023 Report Has Been Released Highlighting Human Trafficking Risks In The State Of Tennessee. Every Region Has Counties That Are More Vulnerable To Human Trafficking Than Others, With West Tennessee And Upper East Tennessee Regions Both Falling Into The “Severe Risk Of Human Trafficking” Category.

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