New Legislation Mandating Fetal Development Videos Be Shown As Part Of School Curriculum Signed By Tennessee Governor

Governor Bill Lee Signed New Legislation Last Week Requiring Fetal Development Videos Be Added To Family Life Curriculum In Tennessee Public Schools.

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End-Of-Session Burnout Enables East Bank Bill Passage

Delays In An East Bank Authority Bill That Pushed It Until The End Of The Tennessee Legislative Session Allowed The Measure To Pass Without Debate, Averting Potential Rancor That Could Have Derailed It.

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Bill To Ensure Compliance With Tennessee’s Age-Appropriate Materials Act Stymied Because Of Perceived Fiscal Impact

A Bill That Ensures Compliance With The Age-Appropriate Materials Act Was Stymied On Wednesday Because Of Its Perceived Fiscal Impact, According To Its Sponsor.

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“Bible Of The Revolution” Officially Made A State Book Of Tennessee

Governor Bill Lee Signed Legislation On Tuesday Making The Aitken Bible, As Well As Nine Other Works, Tennessee’s First Officially-Designated State Books.

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Bill Allowing Non-Lethal Weapon Carry On Public College Campuses Passes Tennessee Legislature In Response To Murder Of College Student By Illegal Alien

The Tennessee General Assembly Has Passed A Bill To Remove The Criminal Offense For Carrying A Non-Lethal Self-Defense Weapon Like Pepper Spray On A Public College Campus. The Legislation Is In Response To The Murder Of A College Student In Athens, Georgia Who Was Murdered On-Campus By An Illegal Alien.

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Patriots Are Preparing To Protect Tennessee’s Borders!

The Momentum Is Building…

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Enforce Inferior Court Boundaries

A Bill To Prevent The Lower Courts From Taking Up Cases Concerning Or Interfering With Tennessee House And Senate Rules Was Passed In The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Monday By A 59-30 Vote.

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Another Tennessee Legal Battle Brews Over Bill Preventing Challenge Of House Rules In State Court

A Tennessee House Committee Passed Legislation Wednesday Removing State Courts From Challenges Of House Rules. Allison Polidor, Lead Plaintiff In A 2023 Case Against The House’s Special Session Sign Rules, Said She Would Sue Again If It Becomes Law.

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Tennessee State Government Committee Passes Bill Enforcing Boundaries Of Inferior Courts

The House State Government Committee Passed A Bill That Would Prevent The Judicial Branch From Interfering With Tennessee House And Senate Rules On Wednesday.

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