Three Republicans In Senate Committee Vote Against Bill Banning Pride Flags In Tennessee Public School Classrooms 

Three Republicans On The Senate Education Committee Voted Against A Bill Yesterday That Would Ban Certain Flags, Including Pride Flags, From Being Displayed In Public School Classrooms.

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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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McNally, Sexton Announce Task Force To Determine If Tennessee Can Refuse Federal Dollars For Education

This Week Speaker Of The House For The General Assembly Of The State Of Tennessee, Cameron Sexton, And Lt. Governor Randy McNally, Announced The Creation Of A “Task Force” Or “Joint Working Group” To Study What Kind Of Impact The Rejection Of Federal Dollars Might Have On Education In The State.

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Bill Would Increase Tennessee Teacher Pay, Stop Payroll Collection Of Union Dues

A Bill To Both Raise The Minimum Tennessee Teacher Salary To $50,000 By 2026-27 And Eliminate The Option Of Districts Collecting Tennessee Education Association Dues From Paychecks Passed The Senate Education Committee Last Week.

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The Human Life Protection Act Is Now Under Attack!

The Human Life Protection Act Is Saving An Estimated 900 Children From Being Aborted In Our State Each Month. It Is One Of The Strongest Laws In The Nation To Protect Unborn Children And Is Working As Legislators Intended When They Passed It In 2019.

Senator Ferrell Haile And Representative Iris Rudder Have Filed A Bill To Weaken Tennessee Law That Is Protecting The Right To Life Of All Unborn Children.

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On The Tennessee Ballot In November: Constitutional Amendment To Address Governor’s Line Of Succession

Tennessee Is The Only State In The Union That Doesn’t Provide For A Temporary Acting Governor In Their State Constitution. A Constitutional Amendment Is Looking To Change That And Voters Will Get To Decide On The Issue On November 8th.

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Tennessee Mayors Say It’s Time For Tax Dollars To Stay In Their Cities

Local Tennessee Mayors Say It’s Time For Changes To Be Made To A 20 Year Old State Tax Policy That Siphons Off Sales Tax Dollars Raised In Their Communities.

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3 Republicans Sneak In Vaccination Without Parental Consent Amendment (Update 4.1.22)

On March 22nd In The House Health Subcommittee And On March 23rd In The Senate Health Committee, Two “Caption Bills” Were Snuck In Under The Radar With Amendments Added That Push The HPV Vaccine. One Of The Bills Allows Minors To Receive The HPV Vaccine Without Parental Knowledge Or Consent.

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Senate Education Committee Passes Bill To Remove Obscene Materials From School Libraries

The Tennessee Senate Education Committee Passed A Bill That Aims To Prohibit Educational Institutions From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students.

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TN Bill That Would Disqualify Congressional Candidates Ortagus & Starbuck Raises Constitutional Questions

A Bill That Would Put An Additional Residency Requirement On Candidates Seeking Congressional Seats In Tennessee Advanced Tuesday From A Senate Committee, But Its Constitutionality Was Questioned.

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