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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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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TN Bill That Would Require Non-Profit Groups To Report Expenditures 60-Days Prior To Elections Passes Senate (Update 4.21.22)

An Amended Version Of A Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Been Passed By The Tennessee Senate With A 26 To 2 Vote In Favor.

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TN Lawmakers Aim To Raise Nashville Hotel Tax To Fund $2 Billion Stadium For Titans

A New 1 Percentage Point Hotel Tax In Davidson County Could Help To Pay For A New $2 Billion Tennessee Titans Domed Stadium In Downtown Nashville.

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Social Media Common Carrier Bill Placed “Behind Budget” But Continues To Move Forward

During The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee Meeting On March 30th, 2022, The “Common Carrier Bill” That Would Stop Social Media Censorship Of Tennessee Elections And Citizens Was Placed Behind The Budget Due To The Cost Of Implementing The Recommendations Of The Legislation.

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Bill To Restrict LGBTQ+ Promotion In TN Classroom Materials Passes House Subcommittee

An Amended Version Of House Bill 0800 That Seeks To Limit The Usage Of Textbooks And Materials That Promote Or Normalize The LBGTQ+ Lifestyle Passed The House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee Yesterday, March 2nd.

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House Bill Seeks To Restrict LGBTQ+ Promotion In Tennessee Classroom Materials

House Bill 0800 Would Protect Tennessee Students By Prohibiting The Promotion Of Certain Lifestyles In Classroom Materials. The Bill Is On The March 2nd Calendar For The House Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee.

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