Tennessee’s Highest Court Hears Arguments On School Choice

Tennessee’s Highest Court Heard Arguments On A Disputed School Choice Program Last Thursday, June 3rd.

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Tennessee Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On School-Choice Program

Tennessee’s Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments Today On The Legality Of A State School-Choice Pilot Program, 16 Months After Two School Districts Filed A Lawsuit To Shut The Program Down.

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Morality And Our Elected Officials

Morality Is A System Of Values And Beliefs, As Well As Principles Of Conduct. Moralistic Behavior Is Characterized By Such Traits As Honesty, Integrity, Humility, Courage And Compassion. Ideally, Elected Officials Embody These Traits. As They Are In A Position Of Power And Must Make Decisions That Affect Their Constituents. The Character Of An Elected Official Must Reflect Well The Character Of The Community From Which They Were Chosen.

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TN Resident Nikki Goeser Testifies Before U.S. Senate About Unintended Consequences Of Red Flag Laws And Other Gun Control Laws

Nikki Goeser Testified Before The U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee On The Constitution About Her Concerns With Red Flag Laws And How Gun-Control Laws Can Have Unintended Consequences That Can Impact Good People. Nikki Explains How Victims Of Violent Crime Could End Up Flagged And Unable To Protect Themselves, Compounding Their Fears And What Is Already A Very Difficult Situation For Them.

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Criminal Justice Subcommittee Approves Resolution to Block Legislation Allowing Recreational Drug Use

The Resolution States That The General Assembly Would Be Unable To Enact Laws That Would Authorize Rape, Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Or The Recreational Use Of Any Substance As Identified By The U.S. Department Of Justice Or The Drug Enforcement Agency.

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Tennessee State Constitution Transferred To A New Home

Tennessee’s Founding Documents Were Transported To The New Tennessee State Library And Archives In Nashville Last Week. Tennessee’s Constitutions Will Be On Display For A Limited Time In Their New Home, Opening April 13.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Passes Tennessee Senate A Second Time

A Proposal To Add Tennessee’s Right-to-work Law To The State Constitution Came One Step Closer To Passage Monday When It Passed The State Senate For A Second Time.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Advances In Tennessee Senate

Legislation That Would Add Tennessee’s Right-To-Work Law To The State Constitution Received A Positive Recommendation From Senate Judiciary Committee. The Legislation Would Prohibit Discrimination Based On Employee’s Membership, Affiliation, Resignation From, Or Refusal To Join Any Labor Union Or Employee Organization.

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Six Attorney Generals Warn Biden Administration Of Lawsuits Over Executive Orders

Attorney Generals Sent Letter To Biden Warning Him That Many Executive Orders He Issued In His First Week In Office Will Be Challenged On Constitutional Grounds.

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