Tennessee Incumbents Use Taxpayer Dollars For Self-Promotion During Election Year

With 2022 Being An Election Year, Mailers That Appear To Be Focused Solely On Self-Promotion, With The Purpose Of Highlighting A Legislator’s Accomplishments, Essentially Work As Campaign Pieces Funded By Tennessee Taxpayers.

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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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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings In Universities Passes Senate

The Senate Companion Bill To House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Bill, That Would Impact How Public Institutions Of Higher Education Can Approach “Divisive Concepts” With Employees And Students, Passed On The Senate Floor Monday Evening 25 To 5 With One Republican Senator Joining His Democratic Colleagues In Voting No.

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TN Legislature Prohibits Instant Runoff Voting Amid Lawsuit By Memphis Political Activists

Despite A New Lawsuit Against Tennessee Over Instant Runoff Voting, The Legislature Voted Monday To Prohibit The Method Of Rank Voting.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 Sixth Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

1) Call To Action! – Higher Education Anti-CRT Bill Headed To Subcommittee Next Week
2) New Tennessee Bill Would Disqualify Congressional Candidates Ortagus And Starbuck
3) TN Legislation Seeks To Eliminate CRT From Workplaces Across The State
4) Sexton Introduces Bill To Protect College Students And Faculty from “Divisive Concepts”
5) Legislators and State Education Officials Skip Out on School Funding Meetings
6) Republicans Support Healthcare Workers Rights To Religious And Medical Exemptions During Committee Meeting
7) Kelsey Postpones ACT Requirement Bill After Backing Down On UT “Wokeism”
8) Human Trafficking Across U.S. Borders Results In Murders, Other Atrocities

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Kelsey Postpones ACT Requirement Bill After Backing Down On UT “Wokeism”

Senators Sent State Sen. Brian Kelsey Reeling Monday Over Accusations That The University Of Tennessee Was Trying To Be “Woke” By No Longer Requiring Students To Take The ACT Or SAT Entrance Exams.

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5 Education Issues To Watch In The Tennessee General Assembly

Tennessee Lawmakers Return To The Capitol This Week With Another Major Focus On Students: How To Fund Public Education.

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Under Indictment, Kelsey Resigns Education Post, Claims Lead Witness Was Given Federal Immunity

Facing A Five-Count Federal Indictment, Sen. Brian Kelsey Resigned His Education Committee Chairmanship Wednesday, Proclaiming His Innocence While Saying The Federal Government’s Lead Witness Received Immunity.

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