Bill Protecting Teachers From Being Forced to Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Passes House

Although Deferred Again In The Senate, A Bill That Would Protect Tennessee School Employees From Backlash For Choosing Not To Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Has Passed In The House.

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TN’s Public School Funding Overhaul Passes Key Committees, Heads To Full House And Senate

A Bill That Would Rework How Tennessee Funds Its Public Schools Passed Two Key Committees On Tuesday And Will Now Head To The Full House And Senate.

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TN House And Senate Consider Bill To Protect School Employees From Coerced Speech

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Considering A Bill That Would Protect School Employees From Repercussions For Refusing To Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Instead Of The Ones That Match Their Biological Sex. It Will Appear Before The House On April 25 And In Senate Committee On April 26.

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TN Social Media Common Carrier Bill Scheduled For Committee Hearings Next Week

Tennessee Legislation That Would Stymie Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Is Set To Be Heard On April 26th, 2022 In The Senate Finance, Ways And Means Committee And In The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee.

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Truth In Sentencing, K-12 Funding, Titans Stadium Part Of Talks In $52.8B State Budget Plan

A Truth-In-Sentencing Bill Pushed By The House And Senate Speakers, Along With A K-12 Funding Plan And $500 Million In State Bonds For A New Titans Stadium Are The Focal Points Of Negotiations As The Two Chambers Prepare To Consider Different $52.8 Billion Budget Plans.

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Governor’s School Funding Plan Not Likely To Avert State Lawsuit

Two Democratic Legislators Predicted Tuesday The Governor’s K-12 Funding Plan Won’t Persuade Metro Nashville Or Shelby County School Districts To Drop A Lawsuit Over Education Funding.

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Funding Package For Titans Stadium Hits Snag In Tennessee Senate Committee

State Funding For A New Tennessee Titans Stadium Hit Its First Roadblock On Wednesday When The State’s Senate Finance, Ways And Means Committee Removed Approval For $500 Million In Bonds From Its Budget Appropriations.

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Social Media Common Carrier Bill Heads To Senate Committee

Tennessee Legislation That Would Stymie Social Media’s Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Was Recently Placed Behind The Budget In A House Subcommittee But Has Begun Movement Again On The Senate Side Now To Be Heard April 19th, 2022 In The Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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Bill That Would Require Conservative Non-Profit Groups To Report As PACs Progresses In TN Legislature

An Amended Version Of A Tennessee Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Passed The House Local Government Committee And Now Moves On To The House Finance, Ways And Means Committee.

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Bill To Reinstate SNAP Benefits Work Requirement Passes House Committee

A Bill That Would Reinstate A Work Requirement For Anyone Receiving Temporary Government Assistance Passed Through The House Finance, Ways, And Means Committee On Tuesday.

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