INTERESTING: Washington Examiner: McConnell Favors Marsha Blackburn Over Bob Corker.
Tennessee Congresswoman and the Volunteer State’s next senator, Marsha Blackburn joined me this morning:
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THIS IS NOTHING TO BE PROUD OF: Tennessee’s Haircut Cops Bust Barbers Who Lack High School Diplomas. So we got some reform last year with legislation from State Sen. Mark Green (now running for Marsha Blackburn’s congressional seat) and Rep. Martin Daniel’s bill to make licensing boards justify their requirements. If it were up to […]
On the night before her Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act will face a vote on the floor of the U.S. Congress, Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is feeling humbled that her work for the cause of life continues to make waves. Show More Summary
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After the US FCC's Republican majority voted successfully to repeal net neutrality protections last week, Marsha Blackburn gleefully applauded the outcome, cheering what she called the beginnings of a "light-touch regulatory regime."...Show More Summary
True to her promise from last week, Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee has introduced net neutrality legislation that would allow Congress to pick up where the FCC left off when it repealed open internet regulations on December 14. Show More Summary
As we just got done saying, giant ISPs are well aware that last week's unpopular FCC vote to repeal net neutrality rests on very shaky legal ground. The agency will be facing all manner of lawsuits in the new year from competitors and...Show More Summary
A new poll conducted for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in Tennessee finds former Gov. Phil Bredesen (D) leading Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) in a U.S. Senate match up, 46% to 41% among likely voters, with 13% undecide...
A new bill proposed by Marsha Blackburn, a Republican representative from Tennessee, aims to "fix" net neutrality with a number of provisions. For example, the Open Internet Preservation Act proposes that there should be no blocking and no throttling of web traffic. Show More Summary
Republican Marsha Blackburn isn’t attempting to turn the Internet into a government run utility (Engadget) Last week, the FCC repealed net neutrality protections put in place in 2015 and returned
Last week, the Republican-dominated Federal Communications Commission and its Verizon-loving chair Ajit Pai rammed through a wildly unpopular decision to repeal Barack Obama-era open internet guidelines in the US, potentially opening...Show More Summary
SO PHIL BREDESEN IS RUNNING FOR THE CORKER SEAT IN TENNESSEE. He was a good governor, and I worked with him on a state commission and like him. But he’ll be running against a woman (Marsha Blackburn) in an election cycle where his own party is going to be going all Women Good, Men Bad.. […]
Songwriter Thomas Lee Miller is joining the race for the Republican nomination to succeed Rep. Marsha Blackburn in Congress. Blackburn is giving up her House seat representing suburban Nashville to … Click to Continue »
Republican U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn, a co-sponsor of legislation criticized as checking federal power to stop companies from distributing opioids, is calling it "absurd" to suggest she return contributions from … Click to Continue...
Republican U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn has named a southwestern Tennessee state Rep. Ron Gant as campaign treasurer for her bid for the Senate. Blackburn joined the race for Senate following … Click to Continue »
Three congresswomen — Tennessee Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Arizona Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, and Nevada Rep. Jacky Rosen — are strong contenders for Senate seats in 2018. Sinema and Rosen, both moderate Democrats, are challenging the most vulnerable...Show More Summary
U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn fought against the removal of her campaign ad from Twitter and won.
This morning, news is breaking that Rep. Tom Marino, President Trump’s choice for drug czar, has withdrawn his nomination in the wake of a damaging report produced jointly by the Washington Post and “60 Minutes.” But could the real target– or best-placed person caught in the crossfire– actually have been Rep. Show More Summary