New School Year, New Vaccine Requirements In Tennessee

During The 2021-2022 School Year, Parents And Guardians Were Required To Have A Healthcare Provider Sign For Religious Exemptions To Vaccines But The New School Year Has Seen A Significant Change In That Requirement – The Student’s Parent Or Guardian Can Now Sign, With No Signature From A Healthcare Provider Necessary.

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What Can Be Done To Advance Medical Freedom In Tennessee? (Interview with Kimberly Overton, Founder Of Nurse Freedom Network)

In This Interview With Kimberly Overton, Founder Of The Nurse Freedom Network, We Discuss What Needs To Happen With The Tennessee Healthcare System To Break Away From Unconstitutional Mandates, Unsafe Medical Protocols And Ridiculous Overpricing; And What Residents Can Do To Get Informed And Involved.

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TN House And Senate To Consider “Youth Health Protection Act” (Update 3.24.22)

A Set Of Companion Bills In The Tennessee General Assembly, Collectively Known As The “Youth Health Protection Act,” Will Be Heard In The House Health Subcommittee And Senate Health And Welfare Committee Next Week.

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Senate Committee To Consider “Youth Health Protection Act”

Senate Bill 2696, Entitled The “Youth Health Protection Act”, Would Prevent Healthcare Providers From Treating Minors Without Parental Consent, With Exceptions For Minors Seeking Treatment In Certain Situations. The Bill Has Been Placed On The Senate Health And Welfare Committee Calendar For February 23.

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NIH Hospital Protocol For COVID Treatment Presented At Hamilton County Commission Meeting

Members Of The Tennessee Neighbors For Liberty Spoke At Wednesday’s Meeting Of The Hamilton County Commission. Their Purpose Was To Address Hospital Protocol Used In The Treatment Of Patients With Covid-19.

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