The Cat & Mouse Chase Of Parental Rights Bills In Tennessee’s 2024 Session – Freedom Or Control?

Op-Ed: For Parental Rights Aficionados, Tennessee’s Current Cat And Mouse Game Over Three Separate Parental/Family Rights Bills Is Dizzying. And If You Are An Unsuspecting-Easily-Excited Layman Who Still Believes Legislative Headliners, This Appears To Be Bait And Switch Tactic Which Is Now Seemingly Normal For Tennessee State Lawmakers.

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Speaker Sexton Sidesteps “Cyberstalking” Investigation Question

A Federal “Cyberstalking” Investigation Into Three People Critical Of House Speaker Cameron Sexton Could Make It Appear The State’s Third In Command Had Something To Do With The Confiscation Of Their Cell Phones… But Sexton Says Not So Fast.

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Former Tennessee State Rep Claims He Was Forced To Resign Amid Harassment Complaint

Former State Rep. Scotty Campbell Is Suing The State Legislature’s Top Administrator, Saying He Was Forced Out Amid A Workplace Harassment Complaint Filed By An Intern In 2023.

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Tennessee House Select Committee On Rules Kills Rule Change That Would Have Provided More Transparency In Government Operations

Representative Bryan Richey Proposed A Rule Change That Would Require All Votes In House Committee Hearings Be A Roll Call Vote, Instead Of The Current Voice Vote, Which Doesn’t Keep A Record Of How Representatives Vote In A Committee Hearing. Not One Democrat Or Republican On The Committee Voted In Favor.

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Heavy Issues Pushed Aside By Sex – Yet Again

Ah Yes, Nothing Like Opening The New Year With Reports Of An Alleged Sexual Harassment Complaint, Followed By Denials, Of Course. It’s Deja Vu All Over Again.
Forget Private School Vouchers, Abortion Regulations And Transgender Issues. It’s All About Sex, At Least Until They Start Beating Each Other Over The Head In The House Chamber, Where Love Is Not In The Air.
The Latest Hoopla Stems From What Else? Efforts To Cover Up Wrongdoing, All Disguised As Attempts To Protect Victims.

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Complaint Against Rep. Faison Noted In Judge’s Public Records Ruling

State Documents In An Open Records Lawsuit Dealing With The Sexual Harassment Case Of Former Rep. Scotty Campbell Contained Notes Dealing With An Alleged Victim Complaint Filed Against House Republican Caucus Chairman Jeremy Faison, A Court Ruling Shows.

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Tennessee Democrats Argue Rejecting Federal Education Funding Undermines Public Schools

Critics Of A Plan To Consider Rejecting Upwards Of $1.9 Billion In Federal Education Funds Say The Idea Would Undermine Public Schools In Favor Of Private And Charter School Operators.

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Bill Lee Can’t Understand Why People Don’t Trust His New COVID Promises

Bill Lee Can’t Figure Out Why People Don’t Trust Him When He Promises No Lockdowns, Mask Mandates Or Forced Vaccination.
Let Me Explain Why Awake Tennesseans Are Rightfully Worried…

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East TN Lawmakers Address Citizens At Americans For Prosperity Event

The Reignite The American Dream Dinner And Summit Was Held At The Meadowview Conference Center On Thursday. The Americans For Prosperity Group Hosted Community Members To Hear What Lawmakers Are Planning For In The Fight For The American Dream In Tennessee.

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Democrat Senator Thanks Anti-Gun Protestors As Tennessee’s Special Session Continues

On Monday, Tennessee’s State Legislature Continued On With The Special Session, Despite Multiple Attempts To Adjourn Proposed By Some Conservative Lawmakers Last Week. This Means The General Assembly Has Tacked On Another $58,576 Taxpayer Funded Legislative Workday, Despite The Senate Session Only Lasting About Twenty Minutes.

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