Airman Sues Biden Administration Over Vaccination Exemption Denial

A Senior Airman Stationed At Barksdale Air Force Base In Bossier Parish, Louisiana Is Suing Over The Biden Administration’s Military Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate After Officials Denied Her Religious Exemption.

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Amended Bill That Guarantees Healthcare Workers’ Exemptions In Committee Tomorrow

A Tennessee Bill That Would Guarantee Acceptance Of Healthcare Workers’ Religious Or Medical Exemptions Is On The Commerce Committee’s Calendar For Tomorrow.

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Bills On Sexual Identity Change For Minors, Vaccine Discrimination & Right To Refuse Medical Treatment In TN Legislature

This Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly Has Been, And Continues To Be, A Whirlwind Of Activity With A Flurry Of Bills Being Introduced And Making Their Way Through The Legislative Process. Here Are Three Bills And/Or Resolutions That We Didn’t Write In-Depth Articles On This Week That We Believe Will Be Of Particular Interest To Conservatives In Tennessee.

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Republicans Support Healthcare Workers Rights To Religious And Medical Exemptions During Committee Meeting

During A House Civil Justice Committee Meeting Yesterday, Tennessee Republicans Affirmed The Rights Of Tennessee’s Healthcare Workers To Receive Religious And Medical Exemptions In Lieu Of Taking Covid-19 Vaccinations.

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TN Bill To Force Employers To Accept Employee Vaccine Exemptions Slated For Committee

A Tennessee Bill That Would Require Employers That Have Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination Policies To Accept Employee Exemptions Will Be Reviewed By Committee On Wednesday, February 9th.

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Tennesseans Have A Say In Plans For 2 Billion Dollars Of American Rescue Plan Funds For Schools

Tennessee Has Received Almost 2.5 Billion Dollars In American Rescue Plan Elementary And Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) Funds After The Plan For How To Use The Money Was Approved By The U.S. Department Of Education.

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U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Challenges To Biden Mandates In Early January

The Nation’s Highest Court Agreed To Hear Oral Arguments Jan. 7 On The Biden Administration’s Separate Executive Branch Mandates That Most Health Care Workers And Those Employed By Private Businesses With 100 Workers Or More Be Fully Vaccinated Against Covid-19, Be Tested Regularly, Or Face Losing Their Jobs.

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Tennessee Healthcare Workers Fear Job Loss Over Federal Mandates

A Number Of Tennessee Healthcare Facilities Have Recently Stated That Vaccine Mandates Will Remain In Effect, Despite Governor Lee’s Signing Of The Sweeping Covid-19 Bill. Many Of Them Say That Federal Funding Requirements Make It Impossible For Them To Change Those Mandates.

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