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Constitutional Carry and Gun Law Reform HB 102 Passes Montana Senate

Constitutional Carry and Gun Law Reform HB 102 Passes Montana Senate

on February 11, 2021, 6:54 AM / in State News

by Dean Weingarten HB102  Passed the Montana Senate on 3 February, 2021, with a strong majority of 29 to 21 votes. The bill is scheduled for debate and a vote in the House on 4 February, 2021. This correspondent expects the bill to pass the House with the Senate amendments, and send the HB102 to Governor Greg Gianforte. Governor Gianforte has been […]

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Hendrell Remus elected chairman of Tennessee Democratic Party (Since equality is the aim we left the part where he is first Black chairman)

Hendrell Remus elected chairman of Tennessee Democratic Party (Since equality is the aim we left the part where he is first Black chairman)

on February 10, 2021, 9:35 AM / in State News

Last month, the Tennessee Democratic Party’s executive committee has elected Hendrell Remus as the new party chairman. Remus will serve a two-year term. He is currently the assistant director of the Tennessee State University Office of Emergency Management. His goal is to get more people out to vote. Remus says he also wants to change the minds and hearts of independents […]

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Legislation Proposes Mandating Price Transparency for Tennessee Healthcare Services

on February 10, 2021, 8:11 AM / in State News

Tennessee Star Legislators are proposing to make the prices for healthcare services and treatments available to patients up front. The legislation would require certain healthcare facilities and providers to post a list of all services provided with their cost. It would also mandate that any payments made in full within 30 days of services rendered be accepted if they match the listing […]

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Pro-Life ‘Rule of Law Life Act’ Banning Abortion Moves Through Tennessee General Assembly

Pro-Life ‘Rule of Law Life Act’ Banning Abortion Moves Through Tennessee General Assembly

on February 10, 2021, 8:04 AM / in State News

Corinne Murdock  |  Tennessee Star A new pro-life bill claims that constitutionally-protected life begins at conception, banning all abortions except in life-threatening emergencies. Dubbed the “Rule of Law Life Act,” the bill stated that the Fourteenth Amendment extends the right to life to the unborn, the legal precedents in existence allowing abortion derogate the Constitution, The bill expands upon the previous heartbeat […]

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Teachers Union Files Complaint After Teacher Dies Of COVID-19

Teachers Union Files Complaint After Teacher Dies Of COVID-19

on February 10, 2021, 7:58 AM / in State News

Story by ADAM BARNES The Washington Teachers Union alleged in a complaint filed Tuesday that D.C. public schools violated health protocols and failed to maintain a safe environment at a high school after a teacher died of COVID-19. The complaint claims that Ballou STAY Opportunity Academy did not inform students that a teacher was diagnosed with COVID-19 and failed to tell […]

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Victory! Washington State backs down, suspends free speech suppression policy at the Capitol

Victory! Washington State backs down, suspends free speech suppression policy at the Capitol

on February 9, 2021, 7:42 AM / in State News

Please go to the WEB PAGE to read and see the entire article.  Too many graphics to copy/paste for me. This is a MAJOR VICTORY here in Washington State and we all owe a big THANK YOU to Glen Morgan and those who stood there with him Jackie Juntti WGEN  idzrus@earthlink.net https://www.wethegoverned.com/victory-washington-state-backs-down-suspends-free-speech-suppression-policy-at-the-capitol/ Victory! Washington State backs down, suspends free speech suppression […]

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Tampa Mayor: Police Will Investigate “Bad Actors” Who Didn’t Wear Masks at Super Bowl

on February 9, 2021, 7:17 AM / in State News

Or how you can screw up a champion ship victory!!!!!!!!! Mayor Castor had issued an outdoor mask mandate for certain areas of the city at the end of January The Democrat Mayor of Tampa has said that the police will investigate and track down “bad actors” who didn’t wear masks while celebrating the Super Bowl. Super Bowl LV took place […]

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Paul Manafort cannot be prosecuted in N.Y. after Trump pardon, top state court rules

Paul Manafort cannot be prosecuted in N.Y. after Trump pardon, top state court rules

on February 9, 2021, 7:11 AM / in State News

By STEPHEN REX BROWN, MOLLY CRANE-NEWMAN, DENIS SLATTERY and CHRIS SOMMERFELDT | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS  Paul Manafort cannot face prosecution in New York for crimes that were pardoned on a federal level by former President Donald Trump, the state’s top court has ruled, ensuring the former Trump campaign chairman will remain a free man. The ruling from the Court of Appeals upheld a lower […]

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There is no lawful role for the federal government in education

There is no lawful role for the federal government in education

on February 9, 2021, 6:00 AM / in History, National News, State News

The General Education Provisions Act of 1965: No provision of any applicable program shall be construed to authorize any department, agency, officer, or employee of the United States to exercise any direction, supervision, or control over the curriculum, program of instruction, administration, or personnel of any educational institution, school, or school system, or over the selection of library resources, textbooks, […]

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Tennessee Democrats Call for $1B Investment in a ‘Path to Recovery’

Tennessee Democrats Call for $1B Investment in a ‘Path to Recovery’

on February 8, 2021, 8:27 AM / in State News

As George would say…. “Got to Do something for the poor people” by Vivian Jones | Tennessee Star Tennessee Senate Democrats are calling for a $1 billion investment in public health clinics, school renovation, clean energy jobs and broadband internet expansion ahead of Gov. Bill Lee’s State of the State address Monday. In a statewide address Friday aired virtually from […]

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New Mexico Considering More Red Flag Laws, Ban on Homemade Guns

New Mexico Considering More Red Flag Laws, Ban on Homemade Guns

on February 8, 2021, 7:42 AM / in State News

On Tuesday, February 9, the House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee will meet at 1:30 pm (or upon final adjournment from the House floor) to hear two gun control bills and take testimony from the public virtually on the measures.  You can access the committee’s Zoom meeting and give testimony here.  Please call and email members of the committee and urge them to […]

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Nevada bill would allow tech companies to create governments

on February 7, 2021, 6:47 AM / in State News

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Planned legislation to establish new business areas in Nevada would allow technology companies to effectively form separate local governments. Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak announced a plan to launch so-called Innovation Zones in Nevada to jumpstart the state’s economy by attracting technology firms, Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Wednesday. The zones would permit companies with large areas of land […]

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L.A. DA Gascón Leaves Manson Victim Family Member Alone at Parole Hearing. Wants Double-murderer Freed

L.A. DA Gascón Leaves Manson Victim Family Member Alone at Parole Hearing. Wants Double-murderer Freed

on February 5, 2021, 7:07 AM / in State News

Los Angelenos just learned yet another of the consequences of electing a radical leftist as the district attorney. Neither DA George Gascón nor one of his deputies attended the parole hearing of Manson murderer Bruce Davis because one of the crackpot prosecutor’s new “mandates” is not opposing parole for “lifers.” Though Davis did not participate in the Manson-directed Tate-LaBianca murders in 1969, […]

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A San Francisco Murder Sets Leftists and Social Interest Groups at Odds

A San Francisco Murder Sets Leftists and Social Interest Groups at Odds

on February 4, 2021, 7:40 AM / in Opinion, State News

By Jack Cashill |  American Thinker On January 28, while attempting to take a photo of a suspicious vehicle cruising in front of his San Francisco home, 76-year-old private investigator Jack Palladino was grabbed by one of the two men in the car and dragged forty feet before falling over backward and lethally striking his head. Not since the Zebra […]

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Report ranks Tennessee 20th for transportation electrification (UPDATED)

Report ranks Tennessee 20th for transportation electrification (UPDATED)

on February 4, 2021, 7:31 AM / in State News

By Erik Schelzig |  TNJ While automakers with assembly plants in Tennessee are ramping up plans to churn out more electric vehicles, the state is receiving middling grades for policies promoting zero-emissions transportation. According to the report released by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Tennessee ranks 20th in the country. Top-rated California received 91 out of 100 possible points, followed […]

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Clarifying the Clarification on the Revolution Resolution

Clarifying the Clarification on the Revolution Resolution

on February 4, 2021, 6:57 AM / in State News

(Chuck Muth) – Last Thursday, Lyon County joined three other counties (White Pine, Elko & Eureka) in passing a “revolution resolution” cutting the legs out from under Nevada Emperor Steve von Sisolak’s COVID-related “emergency directives.” But on Friday the county posted a “clarification” statement on Facebook that actually caused more confusion…      “The passage of this resolution does not authorize […]

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Texas Lawmakers Introduce Pro-women Bills Against “Transgenders” in School Sports

Texas Lawmakers Introduce Pro-women Bills Against “Transgenders” in School Sports

on February 3, 2021, 7:25 AM / in State News

Texas lawmakers are taking a stand against the absurdity and unfairness of allowing biological males to compete against biological females in women’s school sports, making Texas the 10th state to address the controversy through the legislative process this year already. State Representative Valoree Swanson (R-Spring) has introduced a bill that would preserve “single-sex” sports for public K-12 schools, colleges, and universities, Breitbart reports. […]

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MEDIA BLACKOUT: Antifa Terrorists Armed with Hatchets Take Over Red Lion Hotel in Olympia, WA – Occupy 17 Rooms, Demand Shelter For Homeless

MEDIA BLACKOUT: Antifa Terrorists Armed with Hatchets Take Over Red Lion Hotel in Olympia, WA – Occupy 17 Rooms, Demand Shelter For Homeless

on February 2, 2021, 8:14 AM / in State News

By Cristina Laila | thegatewaypundit There is a virtual media blackout after Antifa terrorists forcefully took over and occupied a Red Lion Hotel in Olympia, Washington on Sunday. The Antifa group, armed with hatchets, knives, batons and other weapons, took over the Red Lion Hotel, forcing staff and guests to flee and shelter in place. The violent left-wing group, “Oly Housing […]

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From the Tennessee Star Feb. 2, 2021

on February 2, 2021, 8:09 AM / in State News

Between the new plan to combat Nashville crime, that new “Free speech” report, schools re-opening, breaking developments on the GameStop Revolt, a great commentary by Rep Mark Green, and so much more – I almost forgot to wish you all a very Happy Groundhog Day!  (Gosh, I love that movie!) Seriously though, we have a whole lot to cover today so grab the BIG […]

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Beginning of the end? Senate sets Feb. 11 bill-filing deadline

on February 2, 2021, 6:34 AM / in State News

By Erik Schelzig | TNJ The deadline to file bills in the Senate will be on Feb. 11, three days after Gov. Bill Lee delivers his third State of the State address. The House cutoff follows at close of business on Feb. 17. While the deadline should theoretically set the parameters for the proposals lawmakers will take up this session, the […]

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