McNally, Sexton Announce Task Force To Determine If Tennessee Can Refuse Federal Dollars For Education

This Week Speaker Of The House For The General Assembly Of The State Of Tennessee, Cameron Sexton, And Lt. Governor Randy McNally, Announced The Creation Of A “Task Force” Or “Joint Working Group” To Study What Kind Of Impact The Rejection Of Federal Dollars Might Have On Education In The State.

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Gov. Lee Meets With Democrat Lawmakers Behind Closed Doors to Discuss Gun Control Legislation

As Tennessee’s Special Legislative Session To Address Gun Laws Quickly Approaches, It Has Been Discovered That Governor Bill Lee (R-TN) Has Been Discreetly Meeting With A Group Of State Lawmakers Throughout The Summer.

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Bipartisan Legislation Leads To New Law Allowing Private Universities In Tennessee To Open Public Schools

A New Law In Tennessee Sets Up Both Public And Private Colleges To Partner With Public School Districts To Create “Lab Schools” Within Their Local Communities.

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Newly Signed Legislation Means More Changes For Tennessee Schools

Over The Last Few Weeks, Governor Lee Has Signed A Number Of Laws Recently Passed By The Tennessee Legislature Regarding Schools And Education. With Issues Such As The Third-Grade Retention Law And School Vouchers Being Widely Discussed Recently, Other Bills Have Slipped Through Without Much Notice. Here Is A Run-Down Of Some Legislation Affecting Education That May Not Be As Well-Known

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TN Senate Education Committee Amends Maximum Class Size Bill And Sends To Calendar Committee

The Tennessee Senate Education Committee Considered A Bill That Would Potentially Allow School Districts To Increase Maximum Class Sizes In Tennessee Public Schools. An Amendment To The Bill Was Passed, And The Bill Was Referred To The Senate Calendar Committee.

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Pregnancy Resource Centers Honored With Proclamation From Tennessee General Assembly

On February 9th 2023, Representative Debra Moody Presented On The State House Floor Of The Tennessee General Assembly, HJR0133, Which Was Created To Honor The Pregnancy Resource Centers Across The State Of Tennessee. The Resolution Passed On Party Lines With 77 Aye’s And 22 Noe’s.

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Tennesseans Hoping For More Transparency During Legislative Session May Be Disappointed

The Tennessee Legislature Appears To Have Taken On Step Forward And Three Steps Back In Providing More Transparency For Tennessee Taxpayers.

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28 Political Endorsements For REAL Conservatives In Tennessee

***Update – We’ve added three more candidates to our Endorsement list!***

Tennessee Conservative’s List Of Endorsements For The 2022 Election Season. We May Add More Candidates To Our List Of Endorsements As Time Goes On.

We Are Endorsing Multiple Candidates That Are Running Against Republican Incumbents, Many Are RINO’s While Some Are Moderate Benchwarmers.

The Fact Is, We Never Truly Know How A New Individual Will Perform Once Elected To Office. But We Certainly Know How Those Who Have Held Office Have Performed And Their Track Records Demonstrate That It’s Time For A Change.

This List, In Our Opinion, Reflects The Candidates That We Believe Would Best Serve Conservative Principles Should They Be Elected Or Re-Elected To Office.

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Lawmakers Create Bureaucracy To Oversee Immigrant Child Care

The Ordeal At Chattanooga’s La Casa De Sidney With Unaccompanied Alien Minors Led To A Bill Being Passed This Year By Republican Sen. Dawn White Of Murfreesboro And Republican Rep. Dan Howell Of Cleveland Setting New Reporting Requirements For Child-Care Facilities.

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