Chattanooga Woman Denied Religious Exemption And Fired Sues BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

A Bio Statistical Research Scientist Who Worked For BlueCross BlueShield Of Tennessee (BCBST) For More Than 16 Years Is Suing The Company After Her Religious Exemption To Getting A Covid-19 Vaccine Was Denied And She Was Subsequently Fired.

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TN Immunization Information System And Software From Hosting Company Responsible For Incorrect Reports

With Many In The State Distrustful Of Government Messaging During The Pandemic, Whether Over Case Counts, Safety Of Vaccines, Or Covid-19 Medical Protocols, The Most Recent Bungling Of Numbers Does Little To Bolster Confidence Among Tennesseans.

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Acquired Immunity Bill Passes Into Tennessee Law Without Governor’s Signature

Legislation Which Recognizes Natural Or Acquired Immunity To Covid-19 As Being Equal To Getting Vaccinated Became Tennessee Law On Friday Without Governor Bill Lee’s Signature And Took Effect Immediately.

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Legislation To Criminalize Covid Vaccine Mandates & Passports In Subcommittee

On February 1st, 2022, TN House Rep. Bruce Griffey (R-Paris-District 75) Filed House Bill 2311, Which Would Make The Imposition Of A Covid Vaccine Mandate Or The Requirement Of A Covid Vaccine Passport A Criminal Offense In Tennessee. Griffey’s Bill Will Be Heard By The House Business And Utilities Subcommittee On March 9th, 2022.

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Criticism Mounts Of Federal Policies Tracking COVID Vaccine Religious Exemption Requests

Fifty-Five Federal Agencies Have Issued Rule Changes To Track Employees And Others Who Request Religious Exemptions For The Covid-19 Vaccine. Critics Of The Tracking Say The Practice Is Discriminatory Against People Of Faith.

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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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