Year-Round Board Schools Bill For Tennessee’s “At-Risk” Youth Placed Behind Governor’s Budget

A Bill To Create Year-Round Boarding Schools Or “Opportunity Public Charter Schools” For “At-Risk” Youth In Tennessee Has Been Placed Behind The Governor’s Budget In The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee After Passing On The Senate Floor Just Last Week.

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Tennessee Bill That Would Have Undermined Recent Protections Against Mature Minors Doctrine Stalled In Senate

A Caption Bill That Would Have Undermined The Protections For Children Against A Legal Doctrine Called “The Mature Minors Doctrine,” Was Stalled In The Tennessee State Senate.

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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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Tennessee Caption Bill That Changes Definition Of “Informed Consent” Will Enable DCS To Vaccinate Foster Kids Without Parental Consent

The Tennessee General Assembly Has Advanced A Bill That Would Add Language To The State’s Clarification Act, Making Allowances For Someone Other Than A Biological Parent To Give Consent For Medical Procedures, Including Vaccinations, For Children.

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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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Senate Education Committee Defers Governor Lee’s School Choice Bill For One Week

The Senate Education Committee Was Presented With The Senate Version Of Governor Lee’s School Choice Legislation, Which Is Vastly Different From The Version Presented In The House This Week. The Committee Decided Not To Replicate The Issues From The Previous Day In The House Meeting And Deferred The Vote On The Bill For One Week.

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Revealed: Language For Governor Lee’s School Voucher Plan

In The Form Of A 7-Page Amendment To A Caption Bill, The Language For Governor Lee’s “Education Freedom Scholarship Act” Has Been Revealed.

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Lee’s “Unconstitutional” Red Flag Measures Likely To Be Voted On In Tennessee House Today

Governor Bill Lee Is Pushing “Extreme Risk” Order Of Protection (ERPO) Legislation Aimed At Substantially Changing Tennessee’s Criminal And Mental Codes And In Effect, Implementing A “Red Flag” Law In The Volunteer State. Lee’s Measure Is Likely To Be Voted On In The Tennessee House Today.

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TN House Committee Passes Legislation To Increase Teacher Salaries

Legislation That Would Increase The Annual Base Salary For Teachers In Tennessee Passed The House Finance, Ways, And Means Committee And Will Soon Head To The House Floor For A Vote.

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