Rep. Powers To Re-Introduce Bill To Combat Big Tech Censorship Of Tennessee Citizens

Representative Dennis Powers Plans To Reintroduce His Social Media Common Carrier Bill With Hopes That It Will Pass This Time Around. Powers Believes Social Media Is The Town Square Of Our Time And That Social Media Companies Are Common Carriers, Just Like A Phone Company Or Hotel Chain, And They Should Not Discriminate Based Upon Political Ideology.

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Senator Richard Briggs Waffles On Commitment To Tennessee’s Anti-Abortion Law

Senator Richard Briggs Who Voted ‘Yes’ On Tennessee’s Human Life Protection Act That Became Law On May 15th, 2019 Would Now Like To See The Law Changed To Offer Clear Exceptions.

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State Legislators Seem Poised To Extend Protections From Covid Mandates, But There Is A Catch. (Gary Humble Op-Ed)

Bills Have Begun To Be Filed For The Upcoming Legislative Session Here In Tennessee Due To Commence On January 11, 2023, Which Will Begin Our 113th General Assembly. One Of The First, SB 2 (Sen. Jack Johnson) And HB 2 (Rep. Jason Zachary) Will Remove The Termination Date On Protections From Covid Mandates, Currently Set To Expire On July 1, 2023. Many Tennesseans May Not Realize That Current Laws Restricting Employers From Mandating The Shot As A Condition Of Employment And Restricting Schools From Requiring Masks Are Due To Sunset. Your Legislature Passed Laws To Secure Your Liberties, With An Expiration Date. Go Figure. The Passage Of SB 2 And HB 2 Would Make These Protections Permanent. And That Is A Good Thing. However, There Is A Catch. With The Passage Of Title 14 In The Special Session Of October 2021, The Legislature Did More Than Protect Employees. They Also Protected Themselves.

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Vanderbilt Agrees To “Pause” Transgender Surgeries On Tennessee Kids

Apparently In Response To 62 Tennessee State House Members Asking That Gender Transitioning Surgeries Being Performed On Minors Be Halted, Vanderbilt Pediatric Transgender Clinic Has Agreed To “Pause” The Procedures.

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Concerned Tennesseans Call For Special Session To Address Mutilation Of Kids At Vanderbilt

Concerned Tennesseans Are Voicing That They Are Not Content With Waiting Until 2023 For Legislation That May Or May Not Be Presented Or Be Passed And Are Calling For The Tennessee General Assembly To Have A Special Session To Address This Issue Now.

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TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors – Now Leadership Reverses Course 

Representative Jason Zachary Is Calling Upon The Tennessee General Assembly To Pass Legislation That Will Prevent Minors From Receiving Radical Surgeries After Matt Walsh’s Investigation Of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Transgender Clinic.

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Tennessee Abortion Laws Will Outlaw The Killing Of The Unborn In Thirty Days Or Less

Now That The U.S. Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe V. Wade, A 1973 Landmark Decision Related To Abortion And Casey V. Planned Parenthood, Another Abortion-Related Decision From 1992, Tennessee’s Trigger Law Could Go Into Effect And Outlaw The Procedure Statewide Sometime In July.

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TN House Leadership Urges Lee To Block Health Dept From Distributing, Promoting, Recommending COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5

Speaker Cameron Sexton, Majority Leader William Lamberth And Republican Caucus Chair Jeremy Faison Signed Their Names To A Letter Penned By Representative Jason Zachary Urging Governor Lee To Block The Tennessee Department Of Health From “Distributing, Promoting Or Recommending” The Covid-19 Vaccine For Children Under Five Years Of Age.

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Senate, House Speakers Respond To Governor’s Refusal To Sign Truth-In-Sentencing

A Day After Gov. Bill Lee Declined To Sign Strict Truth-In-Sentencing Legislation, But Allowed It To Become Law Despite His Disagreement, The Bill’s Sponsors Fired Back.

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Acquired Immunity Bill Passes Into Tennessee Law Without Governor’s Signature

Legislation Which Recognizes Natural Or Acquired Immunity To Covid-19 As Being Equal To Getting Vaccinated Became Tennessee Law On Friday Without Governor Bill Lee’s Signature And Took Effect Immediately.

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