Bill Allowing Lawsuits Against Anyone Taking Kids Out Of State Without Parental Consent For “Gender Affirming” Care Passes In Tennessee Senate

A Tennessee Bill Allowing Lawsuits Against Anyone Taking Minors Out Of The State Without The Consent Of Their Parents For “Gender Affirming” Care Passed In The Senate On Thursday.

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House Subcommittee To Consider Bill To Criminalize Abortion Trafficking Of Tennessee Minors

The House Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee Will Consider A Bill That Would Criminalize Abortion Trafficking Of Minors In The State Of Tennessee.

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Tennessee’s Last Chance For Passage Of Meaningful Voter Integrity Legislation This Session Killed By RINOs In Committee

This Week, A Bill That Would Have Been An Opportunity For Substantive Voter Roll Cleanup, Greatly Increasing Voter Integrity In The State Of Tennessee, Was Killed By The House Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee And Taken Off Notice For This Session, Ending Any Possibility That It Could Be Heard And Passed On The House Floor.

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Bill Restricting Foreign Ownership Of Property In TN Moving Forward Again In Finance Subcommittee

A Bill Protecting Tennessee Sovereignty That Was Placed Behind The Budget On March 8, 2023 – Action That Typically Means A Bill Is Dead For The Session – Is Moving Forward Once More.

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Bill To Keep Teachers From Being Forced To Use Preferred Pronouns Returns To House Subcommittee

Legislation That Would Protect Teachers From Being Forced To Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Has Been Brought Back To The Table And Will Be Heard By The House Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee On April 18th.

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TN House And Senate Committees To Hear Bill Requiring Immigration Status Check For Potential Voters

Companion Bills Requiring Potential Voters To Be Checked For Immigration Status Were Placed On The Finance, Ways, And Means Committees For Both The Tennessee House And Senate To Be Considered Next Week.

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Legislation To Ban Forced “Implicit Bias Training” For TN Teachers Stalls Out In Committee

Legislation That Would Have Prohibited Tennessee Schools From Requiring Teachers To Complete Or Participate In “Implicit Bias Training” Was “Placed Behind The Budget” In A House Committee This Week.

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Bill To Protect Teachers From Forced Usage Of  Preferred Pronouns Placed Behind The Budget

A Bill That Aims To Protect Teachers And Staff Of Schools In Tennessee From Being Forced To Use Preferred Pronouns Or Possibly Be Subject To Punitive Consequences Has Been Placed Behind The Budget In Its Final Step Before Heading To The House Floor For A Vote.

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