The Tennessee Star Daily Wednesday, April 08

Good morning, everybody!

We’re starting off the day over at legislative Plaza again, where a bill is making its way through the Senate that prohibits vaccine passports. We’ll tell you what we know!

Next up, we’ll tell you about how groundbreaking reporter Andy Ngo was uninvited to a Christian conference.

Plus we have the latest on what the Border Patrol isn’t saying about the number of illegal immigrants that have been released into the country; more on what the Nation of Islam had to say about one their followers, Noah Green, after his attack on the Capitol last week; details on Gov. Andrew Cuomo repealing New York’s nursing home legal immunity measure; a must-read commentary discussing President Biden and the MLB; and much, much more!

Now here’s what’s making news today!

– Tennessee Senate Committee Approves Amended Bill Making County Health Boards Advisory Only, Prohibiting Vaccine Passports

– Christian Conference Cancels Antifa Investigative Journalist Andy Ngo After Former Speaker Doubts Veracity of Ngo’s Work

– Commentary: A Presidential Wild Pitch?

– CBP Won’t Say How Many Illegal Migrants Are Released Without Scheduled Court Dates

Nation of Islam Says Follower Who Mowed Down Capitol Police Officer Had ‘Such Great Potential’

– Cuomo Repeals His Nursing Home Legal Immunity Measure Amid FBI Investigation And Impeachment Probe

We have a whole lot more news and commentary waiting for you – and even more is on the way – so be sure to check in at The Tennessee Star early and often!

My best,


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