November 20, 2023 9:09AM

Case Status: Complaint filed on November 17, 2023. Food trucks rushed to help Mt. Juliet residents in March 2020 after the city was ravaged by a tornado. The city and its residents welcomed food trucks with open arms in the wake of the tornado and the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The residents still want... READ MORE

September 26, 2023 2:33PM

Current Status of Lawsuit: Federal First Amendment lawsuit filed on September 25, 2023 The Story  Particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more Americans use the internet to buy goods, conduct meetings, and even consult with their doctors. As one form of e-commerce, online auctions have grown significantly in popularity over the past decade. Consumers,... READ MORE

March 13, 2023 10:52AM

Roxanne Glass, a single mother in Memphis, is able to send her daughter Nicole to the school of her choice because of the education savings account program. Roxanne says, “she’s going to be great,” and we couldn’t agree more. To learn more and apply for the ESA program to give your child life-changing educational opportunities,... READ MORE

August 9, 2021 4:27PM

In 2018, Mark Janus took on AFSCME, a powerful workers union, in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, and he prevailed, protecting workers’ rights to free speech nationwide. Today, he joins Taylor to talk about why it’s important to protect worker freedom, specifically through Right to Work laws. READ MORE