Tennessee House Passes Franchise Tax Break Bill That Still Differs From Senate Version

The Tennessee House Passed A Franchise Tax Reduction That Amounts To $700 Million In Rebates And $400 Million Annually For The Next Few Years, Even Though Critics Said It Is Unnecessary.

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5 Years Since Introduction Of Legislation To Give Tennesseans The Ability To Recall Elected Leaders, Citizens Are Still Stuck With No Recourse For Accountability

As The General Session Winds To A Close Likely In The Next Couple Of Weeks, The Opportunity For A Law That Will Allow For Tennesseans To Recall Elected Leaders They Feel Have Failed To Live Up To Promises They Made When They Were Campaigning Will Again Fail To Become A Reality.

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Tennessee Set To Send 50 National Guard Members To Texas

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Congressman David Kustoff And Several Members Of The Tennessee Legislature Met Over The Weekend With 50 Tennessee National Guard Members Who Will Soon Be Deployed To Texas As Part Of Operation Lone Star.

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Tennessee House Passes Legislation Mandating Firearm Safety Course For Public School Students

A Bill That Will Require Tennessee Public Schools And Public Charter Schools To Provide Annual Firearm Safety Training For Students Was Passed By The House On Thursday.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Ban Pride Flags In Public Schools

A Bill That Will Ban Certain Flags, Including Pride Flags, From Tennessee Classrooms Was Passed On The House Floor Yesterday With A 70 To 24 Vote In Favor.

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The Cat & Mouse Chase Of Parental Rights Bills In Tennessee’s 2024 Session – Freedom Or Control?

Op-Ed: For Parental Rights Aficionados, Tennessee’s Current Cat And Mouse Game Over Three Separate Parental/Family Rights Bills Is Dizzying. And If You Are An Unsuspecting-Easily-Excited Layman Who Still Believes Legislative Headliners, This Appears To Be Bait And Switch Tactic Which Is Now Seemingly Normal For Tennessee State Lawmakers.

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Bill Mandating Firearm Safety Training For Tennessee Public School Students Passes In Committee, Moves To House Floor (Update 2.23.24)

A Bill Mandating Firearm Safety Training For Tennessee Public School Students Passed The House Education Instruction Committee Yesterday 12-3 And Now Moves To The House Floor For A Vote.

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Families Rights & Responsibilities Act Presentation Rolled To February After Sitting On Tennessee General Assembly Calendar For Over A Year (Update 2.13.24)

Tennessee Legislation With The Main Purpose Of Defining And Establishing Parental Rights Within The Context Of Government Interference Which Was Raised Last Session And Deferred To This Year Has Been Pushed Another Month Before Consideration.

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Legislation Introduced To Include Firearm Safety Training In Tennessee Schools

A Set Of Companion Bills Were Introduced In The Tennessee House And Senate On February 1st Regarding Firearm Safety Training In Tennessee’s Public Schools.

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Increased Protection For Victims Of Stalking, Harassment Bill Moves To Tennessee House Floor

A Bill That Would Provide Lifetime Protection For Victims Of Stalking And Harassment Was Passed By The Civil Justice Committee On Wednesday And Will Be Scheduled To Be Heard On The House Floor.

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