Tennessee Certificate Of Need Reform Bill Passes House, Senate Committees

A Bill Set To Begin The Process Of Unwinding And Removing Many Of Tennessee’s Certificate Of Need Restrictions For Health Care Services Passed Both The Senate Health And Welfare Committee And House Health Committee This Week.

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“Red Flag Gun Bill” To Expand Mandatory Reporting Passes In Tennessee Senate

Legislation Flagged As A “Red Flag Bill” By Critics That Aims To Expand Mandatory Reporting Laws For Mental Health Professionals To Report The Possibility Of Potentially Violent Acts By Their Patients Passed On The Floor Of The Tennessee Senate On Thursday By A Vote Of 30-0.

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Tennessee Legislation Would Make Underage Porn Access A Felony For Adult Websites

A Tennessee Bill Would Make It A Felony For An Adult Content Website To Allow Access To A Minor Without Age Verification.

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Legislative Group Recommends More Tennessee Certificate Of Need Reform

A Joint Working Group On Tennessee Certificate Of Need Reform Has Recommended A Continued Rollback Or Restrictions And Changes To The Process Of Approving New And Expanded Health Care Facilities And Services In The State.

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Red Flag Gun Bill To Expand Mandatory Reporting Passes In Tennessee House

A Red Flag Gun Bill To Expand Mandatory Reporting Laws For Mental Health Professionals Was Passed On The Floor Of The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Thursday By A 79-7 Vote.

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Tennessee Red Flag Gun Law Scheduled For House Floor Vote And Senate Committee Consideration

A Red Flag Gun Bill That Would Expand Mandatory Reporting Laws Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The Senate Health And Welfare Committee And Voted On In The Tennessee House Of Representatives This Week.

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Were These 16 GOP State Senators Wrong On The Covid-19 Vaccine?

Two And Half Years Ago, 16 Out Of 27 Tennessee GOP Senators Signed A Letter Endorsing And Pushing An “Emergency Use Authorized” Covid-19 Vaccine That Never Provided What Federal And State Officials Were Pitching At The Time – Immunity To The Virus.

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Tennessee Bill To Expand Newborn Health Disorder Screenings Passes On First Consideration

This Week, A Bill To Expand The Number Of Disorders That Are Automatically Screened For In Newborns When They Are Born In The State Of Tennessee Passed On Its First Consideration.

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Software Overhaul Leads To Months Of Tennessee Families Being Unable To Access Food Stamps

Leaders Of The Tennessee Department Of Human Services Told Lawmakers On Wednesday That It Could Take Another Two More Months Before The State’s SNAP Program Is Running Smoothly Again.

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