Tennessee House Speaker Sexton Challenges Court Ruling On Protest Signs In House Chamber

House Speaker Cameron Sexton Is Seeking A Hearing Within 24 Hours To Challenge A Court’s Temporary Order Allowing Members Of The Public To Display Signs Of Protest In The Tennessee House Of Representatives During The Special Legislative Session On Public Safety This Week.

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“Emergency” Hearing Over TN House Sign Ban Set For Monday

A Davidson County Chancery Court Judge Has Set An Expedited Hearing For Monday In A Legal Dispute Over A Decision By The Tennessee House Of Representatives To Ban Protest Signs During A Specially Called Session On Public Safety.

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TN Judge Temporarily Blocks House Rule Prohibiting Signs, Lawsuit Filed Against Cameron Sexton And Others

Following The Removal Of Three Gun Control Activists From A House Subcommittee Meeting On Tuesday, A Lawsuit Was Filed Against House Leadership And A Davidson County Judge Has Now Temporarily Blocked A New House Rule Against The Usage Of Signs.

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Gender Surgeries Only Temporarily Paused Says Memphis Hospital

In Response To A Letter From The American Civil Liberties Union Of Tennessee Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare In Memphis Has Said That Gender-Affirming Care Is Only Temporarily Paused While Such Services Are Reviewed.

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ACLU Threatens Memphis Hospital Over Canceled Transgender Surgery

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare In Memphis Has Been Issued An Ultimatum By The American Civil Liberties Union Of Tennessee After The Hospital Canceled Surgery For A 19-Year-Old Transgender Patient.

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