Medical Freedoms Special Session Slated For Late October

The Tennessee Legislature Is Close To Finalizing A Second Special Session This Month, This One Concerning COVID-19 Matters, According To Information State Rep. Gloria Johnson Shared On Twitter.

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Biden Administration Opens Investigation Into TN Policy On Student Masking

The U.S. Department Of Education Informed The Tennessee Department Of Education On Monday It Would Be Investigating Whether The State’s Stance On Masks In Schools Is Violating The Rights Of Disabled Students.

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Former Disney Actress Joined Williamson County Anti-Mask Protest

The Controversy Surrounding Tennessee’s Mask Mandates In Schools Gained National Headlines After Ex-Disney Actress, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Joined Williamson County Parents In Challenging The School District’s New Mask Requirement.

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Building Commission Expected To Vote In Favor Of Removing Forrest Bust From Capitol (Update)

The State Building Commission voted on Thursday, giving final approval for the relocation of the bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest from the Capitol to the Tennessee State Museum.

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TN Dept Of Health’s Immunization Program For Children Continues

The Tennessee Department Of Health Said Wednesday It Has “In No Way Halted The Immunizations For Children Program” On The Heels Of The State Firing Its Top Vaccine Official And Discontinuing Adolescent Vaccine Outreach For Other Vaccines.

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Lee Declares Southern Border A ‘National Security Crisis’

Over The Weekend, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Traveled To The U.S. Southern Border To Meet With Tennessee National Guards Troops And Receive Briefings Regarding The Skyrocketing Rate Of Illegal Crossings And Criminal Activities.

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Federal Judge Blocks Tennessee Transgender Bathroom Law Temporarily

On Friday, A Federal Judge Placed A Temporary Block On Tennessee’s Newly Passed Transgender Bathroom Law. The Block Was Issued By Judge Aleta A. Trauger Of Tennessee’s Middle District. This Block Allows Law Enforcement Officials To Temporarily Halt All Enforcement Of The Law.

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Governor Lee To Visit Southern Border This Weekend

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Is Headed To The Southern Border This Weekend In An Effort To Determine The Needs Of The Tennessee National Guard There. He Will Be Accompanied On The Trip By Major General Jeff Holmes, Adjutant General Of The Tennessee National Guard.

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Criticism Continues For State’s $2.5M ‘Tennessee On Me’ Tourism Campaign

When The Promotions Featuring Gov. Bill Lee And Country Music Star Brad Paisley Began For The New “Tennessee On Me” Tourism Initiative, It Took Many Of Lee’s Republican Colleagues By Surprise.

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Mental Health Trust Fund For Tennessee Students Advances

Legislation Aimed At Addressing The Mental Health Needs Of Tennessee’s K-12 Students Is Advancing Through House Committees. The Bill Has Found Support With Many Mental Health Advocacy Groups, Despite Opposition From Some Lawmakers.

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