Proposed Jail In Williamson County To Be Most Expensive In Tennessee Requiring Substantial Debt Or Property Tax Increase

According To Our Sources, If Williamson County Borrows The Money For The Juvenile Justice Complex, Which Includes An Adult Jail, It Will Require A Substantial Increase In Debt For A County That Has Seen Its Overall Debt Essentially Double Over The Last Five Years From $666 Million To $1.2 Billion.

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Passage Of Tennessee Grandparents Visitation Bill Is A Mere Tweak Of A 40-Year-Old Law That Remains Constitutionally Questionable

This Year The General Assembly Tweaked Tennessee’s Grandparent Visitation Statute Found In Tennessee Code. This Is Not New Nor Does It Make A Substantial Change To The Prior Law That Was First Passed In 1985 And Amended Nine Times Since. Although There Is Great Empathy, And Likely Social Value, In Children Being Able To Maintain A Relationship With Their Grandparents, The Question Remains When Should Grandparents Rights Trump The Inalienable Constitutional Right To Parent?

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Tennessee’s Family Rights Bill – The Great Deception

For Conservatives Who Believed That This Bill Was Going To Solidify Parental Rights In The State Of Tennessee And Protect Children From Predators Who Infringe Upon The Parent’s Right To Consent To Education, Medical Care, Mental Health Treatments, And More (The Bill Enumerated One Through Twelve), You Were Wrong.

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BONDAGE: This Is Not Parental Rights. HB2936

We Need To STOP The Tennessee General Assembly From Slicing And Dicing Parental Rights With HB2936 Sponsored By Rep. Jeremy Faison And Sen. Ferrell Haile’s SB2749. Their Legislation Is Directly Contrary To Parental Rights Granted Under The Fourteenth Amendment Of The United States Constitution.

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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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Tennessee DCS Slides By Again In Sunset Hearing, Disgraced Clover Bottom Compound Will Now House TN Kids

For Those Familiar With The Tortuous History Of The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services, The June 21 Sunset Hearing Before The Joint Government Operations Committee Sounded More Like Groundhog Day Than A Trumpet Of Success Since The Last Disastrous Report From December 2022.

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“Fake Felony” Charge Used To Disqualify Conservative Judge Candidate Overturned For Client

Connie Reguli Told The Tennessee Conservative That Her Conviction Was A “Fake” Felony Because Judge Joseph A. Woodruff Had Changed The Law To Secure The Conviction Against Her. None Of The Other News Outlets Touched This Subject. Reguli Believed That This Fake Conviction Would Be Overturned On Appeal, But Of Course, It Would Be Well Past The Election Which Was Set Two Weeks Away On May 3. And Now It Looks Like Reguli Was Right.

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Parental Rights Bill That Counteracts “Mature Minor Doctrine” Heading To Governor’s Desk

A Bill That Counteracts The “Mature Minor Doctrine” Passed The House Yesterday In A 74 To 25 Vote Split Almost Entirely Along Party Lines.

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DCS Caseworkers May Have 400% More Cases Than Approved, But Has A New Slogan: “Children First!”

As Heard In The Tennessee House Government Operations Committee Yesterday, Department Of Children’s Services (DCS) Caseworkers May Be Responsible For 400% Of The Approved Number Of Cases, But The Agency Has A New Slogan: Children First!

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