Tennessee Statewide School Voucher Plan Stalls As Legislature Enters Final Weeks

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Push To Create A Statewide School Voucher System Is Running Out Of Time As Republican Lawmakers Work To Reconcile Significantly Different Proposals And Iron Out Disagreements Over Student Testing Requirements.

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Year-Round Boarding Schools Bill Undermining Parental Rights Continues To Gain Momentum In Tennessee House

A Bill That Would Create Year-Round Boarding Schools Serving “At Risk” Youth In Tennessee Continues To Gain Momentum Despite Concerns Over The Lack Of Involvement In Such Schools By Parents.

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Proposal For Boarding Schools For “At Risk” Youth In Tennessee Makes A Comeback In Sneaky Caption Bill

If The Bill Becomes Law, “At Risk” Children As Young As 11-Years-Old Could Be Enrolled In “Opportunity Charter Schools” And Sent Across The State, Separating Them From Their Families And Communities.

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Will We Recognize Tennessee 10 Years From Now?

Our State Is Suffering Under Massive, Unchecked Illegal Immigration.

Sadly, Republican Leadership Condones It Through Inaction, While Having A Well-Documented History Of Making It Worse, At The State Level.

If This Continues, Do You Think We’ll Even Recognize Tennessee In 10 Years? I Have My Doubts…

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Tennessee Republican, Democrat Team Up To Move Harassment Investigations To New Liaison, Attorney General

An Unlikely Tennessee House Democrat And Republican Combo Is Joining Efforts To Move Sexual Harassment Cases From Control Of The Legislature Through A Third-Party Liaison To The State Attorney General’s Office.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill Barring Local Councils From Returning Expelled Lawmakers

Despite Constitutional Questions, Tennessee House Republicans Approved A Measure Monday That Would Stop Expelled Lawmakers From Being Reappointed To Office.

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Senate Judiciary Chair Todd Gardenhire Comes Down Hard On Bail Bill

Senate Judiciary Chairman Todd Gardenhire Blasted A Proposed Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution Regarding The State’s Bail Law Tuesday, Saying It Will Pack County Jails And Put Local Governments In A Financial Bind.

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Tennessee Constitution Allows Tickets To Legislative Session, Attorney General Says

A Ticketing System That Restricts Public Access To The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Allowable Under The State’s Constitution, According To A Legal Opinion From Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti.

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