New Bills To Protect Tennessee’s Most Vulnerable Citizens [Interview with Rep. Clay Doggett]

In the past year, “family-friendly” drag shows have increased exponentially all across the Volunteer state.

Children have been repeatedly seen at these performances and even being allowed to stuff dollar bills down the undergarments of the adult “performers.”  

Representative Clay Doggett is looking to kick this damaging behavior to the curb with his bill that clearly defines what “Adult Cabaret Entertainment” is, creates a licensure component for performers who are compensated and age restricts the performances to 18 years of age and older. 

Doggett also talks about his bill to increase the severity of charges against illegal possession of fentanyl and his pro-life, tax reduction bill that Conservatives will surely be in favor of. 

He also shares his thoughts on new legislation in the General Assembly that seeks to eliminate due process for parents accused of child abuse and/or neglect.

All this and more makes for a can’t miss interview!

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