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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Voters Favor Congressional Republicans On Range Of Key Issues Heading Into Midterms

Voters Have Swung In Favor Of Congressional Republicans’ Handling Of Key Issues By A Significant Margin As The Midterm Elections Draw Closer, Newly Released Polling Shows.

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Tennessee To Incentivize Colleges For More STEM And Healthcare Graduates

Tennessee Is Looking At Providing Incentives For Community Colleges And Universities To Recruit And Graduate More Students For STEM And Healthcare Fields. Governor Bill Lee Asked The Commission To Adjust The Funding Formula To Meet Demand For Workers In These Fields Over The Next Ten Years.

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Maury County Mayor Refuses To Comply With OSHA Mandate To Force Vaccines

Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles Says He Does Not Plan To Force County Employees To Take The Covid Vaccine, Despite The Fact That The Federal Requirement May Become Law After The Supreme Court Completes Its Review.

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Blackburn Secures Major Wins For Tennessee In National Defense Bill

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, A Member Of The Armed Services Committee, Voted For The Senate-Passed 2022 National Defense Authorization Act And Secured Major Wins For Tennessee.

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Fleischmann & Kustoff Vote Yes For $400M Federal Vaccination Database

Two Republican U.S. House Representatives From Tennessee Have Voted To Pass The Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act Along With 78 Of Their Republican Colleagues. If This Bill Is Passed By The Senate And Then Signed Into Law It Will Appropriate Funds For A Federal Vaccination Database To The Tune Of $400 Million.

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Tennesseans Get Mixed Message At Biomedical Ethics Lecture

Dr. Diekema Spoke About Overcoming Parental Objections To Care For Minor Children With Communication And Persuasion As Physicians Must Have Parental Consent To Treat Children.

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TN Labor Commissioner Won’t Rescind OSHA COVID Rule

The Commissioner Of The Tennessee Department Of Labor & Workforce Development Said He Will Not Rescind An Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA) Rule Regarding Covid-19 Mitigation Efforts In Health Care Facilities.

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