Posts by Adrian

Health Care Freedom Act Resurrected!

Call/write your State Legislators on this one quickly! In a ninth inning push to protect Tennesseans from the penalty provisions of Obamacare, the state Senate made an unprecedented move to recall from committee SB2560, the companion bill to Rep. Susan Lynn’s Health Care Freedom Act (HB2622).  If passed, HB2622 will write into law a policy…

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Financial Reform Passes

With the help of Republicans Brown, Collins, and Snowe, Dodd received the 60 <http://www.votervoice.net/link/clickthrough/ext/108593.aspx>  votes he needed to move on to the finally vote on the ‘Financial Reform Bill.’  Tennessee Senators Alexander and Corker voted NO on cloture. New Hampshire’s Judd Gregg proposed an amendment <http://www.votervoice.net/link/clickthrough/ext/108594.aspx>  to prevent Washington from ever using federal funds to…

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Veto Over Ride

Please heed the information from John regarding the actions necessary to get the veto overridden. SB 3012   Restaurant Carry From John Harris: It will take, unless the rules are suspended, probably 2 hearings in each house. Senate, if it moves quickly, can do its override by next Wed. House would get it as soon as…

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Obama’s Carbon scheme set to by pass Congress

We need everyone calling Mike McDonald’s (to fight his amendment to ban coal mining in Tennessee ) office and Jimmy Eldridge’s office (since he is our Rep) to kill this “coal mining ban” amendment and ask that this anti-Cap and Trade bill be pushed through. Below is contact information for Mike McDonald and Jimmy Eldridge.…

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Cap and trade is coming back around in the Senate

Please get this out to  folks and get the phones ringing in Nashville. Be aware that Cap and trade is coming back around in the Senate and is currently also being developed in an APA implementation strategy. This Tennessee 10th Amendment Legislation could help. HB3287 by Rep. Susan Lynn will be going to the floor…

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Tennessee Firearms Association, Inc. Legislative Action Committee

Calendars Monday, March 22, 2010 House Consent — Monday at 5:00 pm — House  Chamber THIS IS THE OFFICIAL CALENDAR. HB  3968, HB 3973, HB 3974, HB 3975, and HB 3976 have been added. Item #28,  SJR 862, is item #55 on the state’s calendar. The House will take up the  following memorializing resolutions on…

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Cooperative Conservative Grass Roots Effort

Since it looks like the stars are aligning for the unconstitutional  passage of the progressives healthcare bill on Saturday, numerous groups  are calling for mass protests to be conducted at the Capital in DC and  State Capitals across the nation at high noon on Saturday.  This is the  first time in US history that a…

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Showdown brews over gun-in-bars

A new bill that would let handgun owners take their weapons into any bar or restaurant in Tennessee has started to make its way through the legislature, setting up another possible showdown over gun rights later this year. But critics are already taking aim at the measure, which its sponsors filed Monday — less than…

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Tennessee Firearms Association, Inc. Legislative Action Committee

Substantially all of the firearms related bills are assigned to the House Judiciary Criminal Practices subcommittee.  That committee has asked that all firearms related bills be set for a one (1) hour session on March 10, 2010, at 11:00 a.m. CST.  This is the preliminary calendar for that day. Wednesday, March 10, 2010  –  HHR31…

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Oppose the Freedom-Destroying Dietary Supplement Safety Act

New legislation targeting nutritional supplements would considerably broaden the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) already expansive regulatory authority by allowing the FDA to impose draconian restrictions on developers, manufacturers, and sellers of nutritional products and on the products themselves. The misleadingly titled Dietary Supplement Safety Act, introduced by Senator John McCain on February 4 as…

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