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Hartsville Vidette: Government can ease broadband barriers Hartsville Vidette: Government can ease broadband barriers

By Marsha Blackburn August 16, 2018 Participation in the 21st-century economy depends on access to affordable high-speed Internet. As I travel across the state, mayors, law enforcement officials, teachers, and residents identify broadband access as a top concern. It is a necessity for students to complete their homework. As a mom, I know how difficult […]

The Washington Times: Why ICE must not be abolished

By Marsha Blackburn July 12, 2018 Kate Steinle was shot and killed on a San Francisco pier three years ago this month. Her death came at the hands of an illegal alien who had been previously deported five times and was a convicted felon. It also ignited a national discussion about sanctuary city policies that […]

IJR: Strict Constitutional Justices Keep the Country on the Right Path

By Marsha Blackburn July 5, 2018 Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement last week. It had been anticipated, but no one was certain it would happen. Now, the speculation has begun: Who will next fill the seat of a justice, and what type of justice will they be? Tennesseans are very clear about […]


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