Proposed TN Constitutional Amendment Allows Prisoner Labor Without It Being Considered Slavery

The Tennessee House Has Approved A Proposed Constitutional Amendment That Would Change The State Constitution’s Wording To Allow For Prisoners To Work Without It Being Considered Slavery.

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Senate Committee Rolls Vaccine Religious Exemption Bill One Week

The Tennessee Senate Continues To Delay The Religious Exemption Protection Act, Allowing Action To Be Deferred To Next Week. This Delay Allows Additional Time For Individuals To Contact Committee Members To Support This Bill.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Passes Tennessee Senate A Second Time

A Proposal To Add Tennessee’s Right-to-work Law To The State Constitution Came One Step Closer To Passage Monday When It Passed The State Senate For A Second Time.

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Rep. Robin Smith, Lobbyists & 6 Republicans Kill Religious Objections Bill

House Bill 10, A Law Protecting Religious Objections To Compulsory Vaccination Or Medical Procedures In Employment And Other Situations, Died In A House Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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Proposed Tennessee Legislation Would Make Police Video Confidential

New Tennessee Legislation, Proposed By Representative Glen Casada And Senator Jack Johnson, Would Make All Police Videos Of An Arrested Individual Confidential. The Current Law On Public Records Makes These Videos Available To Anyone Who Wants Access, But This Legislation Would Add An Amendment To That Law.

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Tennessee House Bill 37 Prohibits Classification Of Workers As Essential Or Non-Essential

As States Are Now Deciding Priority For Vaccine Distribution, Classifications Of Essential And Nonessential Workers That Were Previously Used May Be Obsolete.

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Bill Filed For Constitutional Amendment To Limit Emergency Powers Of Federal & State Officials in Tennessee

Senator Mark Pody Has Filed A Resolution With The Tennessee Senate To Add An Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution To Limit The Emergency Powers Of Federal And State Officials.

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