Lee Signs Abortion Influence Education Act Into Law

Governor Lee Has Signed A Bill Into Law That Bans Tennessee Schools From Having Any Dealings With Those Who Provide Or Fund Abortion Services.

Read more

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.

Read more

Gov. Lee Signs Act To Stop Illegal Aliens From Voting In TN Into Law

On Friday, April 29th, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed Legislation Into Law That Aims To Prevent Illegal Aliens From Voting In The Volunteer State.

Read more

Tennessee Legislature Wraps Up Tempestuous Session

The Legislature Adopted An Ethics Reform Bill On The Final Day Of The 112th Session, One Supposedly Designed To Shed More Light On So-Called Dark Money.

Read more

Lee Signs Bill to Penalize Schools That Allow Transgender Athletes to Play

Governor Bill Lee Has Signed Legislation That Will Penalize Public Schools That Allow Transgender Athletes To Participate In Girls’ Sports.

Read more

TN Senate Passes Bill Opening Door For Non-US Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses (Update 4.22.22)

In Their Regular Calendar Meeting On Thursday, Tennessee Senators Voted To Pass An Amended Caption Bill That Would Pave The Way For Non-Us Citizens To Obtain Professional And Commercial Licenses In The State.

Read more

Funding Package For Titans Stadium Hits Snag In Tennessee Senate Committee

State Funding For A New Tennessee Titans Stadium Hit Its First Roadblock On Wednesday When The State’s Senate Finance, Ways And Means Committee Removed Approval For $500 Million In Bonds From Its Budget Appropriations.

Read more

Tennessee Senate Passes Pair Of Bills Regarding Transgender Athletes

The Tennessee Senate Passed A Pair Of Bills On Monday Night That Would Prevent Athletes Who Were Born As Males From Competing In Female Athletics.

Read more

Four Republican Senators Send Obscene Books Bill To Summer Study

After Passing The Senate Education Committee Last Week, A Bill That Aims To Prohibit Educational Institutions From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students Was Stymied In The Senate Judiciary Committee When A Vote To Send The Bill To Summer Study Passed 6 To 3.

Read more