Centerville, Clifton and Clinton Accredited As Tennessee Main Street Communities

Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe Announced This Week That Centerville, Clifton And Clinton Have Achieved Tennessee Main Street Accreditation.

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TN Department Of Health Doctrine Allows Vaccinations, Medical Treatments Of Minors Without Parental Consent (Updated)

According To A Document Issued From The Tennessee Department Of Health, There Are Circumstances Where 7–14-Year-Old Children Can Receive A Vaccine With No Parental Consent. The Mature Minor Doctrine Also States That Children 14 Years Of Age And Older May Receive A Vaccine…

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Watermarked Absentee Ballots Coming To Tennessee In 2022

Gov. Bill Lee Signed The Tennessee Election Integrity Act, Which Was Passed By The TN Legislature Last Month And Will Put An Approved Watermark On All Absentee Ballots With The Goal Of Providing More Security To The Election Process.

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Senator Joey Hensley Faces Questioning About Alleged Unethical Prescriptions and Sex Scandal

State Investigators Testified That Hensley Wrote 47 Prescriptions For Opioids And Other Controlled Substances For His Second Cousin, With Whom He Was Having A Sexual Relationship, Between 2011 And 2018.

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What To Expect This Week From The TN General Assembly Regarding Your 2nd Amendment Rights

Last Week The Tennessee Legislature Passed Its Annual Budget For The State. That Signals For Practical Purposes That The Legislature Is In “Wind Down” Mode And Handling A Limited Number Of Matters. However, There Were Still Several 2nd Amendment Related Bills Dealt With Last Week And A Couple More On The Calendar For This Week.

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Measure Making Tennessee A Second Amendment Sanctuary State Passes Senate

The Tennessee Senate Voted Monday To Make The State A Second Amendment Sanctuary. Senate Bill 1335 Says The State Will Not Enforce Any Potential Federal Laws Or Orders That It Believes Violate The Second Amendment And Will Deem Them “Null, Void, And Unenforceable.”

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Mental Health Trust Fund For Tennessee Students Advances

Legislation Aimed At Addressing The Mental Health Needs Of Tennessee’s K-12 Students Is Advancing Through House Committees. The Bill Has Found Support With Many Mental Health Advocacy Groups, Despite Opposition From Some Lawmakers.

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Law Safeguarding Church Services During Pandemic Advances

Tennessee House Republicans Passed Legislation Further Protecting Tennesseans’ First Amendment Right To Hold Religious Services During A State Of Emergency.

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A Year Of Missed Opportunities – Good Tennessee Bills Being Rejected Again

Legislative Committees Are Closing Down. Soon, We Will Know What 2nd Amendment Related Issues Are Going To Be Enacted By The Republican Super Majority And Which Are Not. Never, Never Forget That With The Super Majority, The Failure To Enact Any Legislation Or The Enactment Of Legislation. Good Or Bad, Is Solely The Act Of The Legislature’s Republican Caucuses. Incrementalism And Half-steps May Seem Like Progress But The Fact That It Is A Half- Step By A Super Majority Is Significant And Must Be Noted For The 2022 Election Cycle.

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Bill Banning ‘Dark Money’ In Elections Passes Tennessee Senate

A Bill Intended To Keep Private Money From Funding Elections Passed The Tennessee Senate On Wednesday. Senate Bill 1534, Approved By A 26-4 Vote, Prevents An Individual Or Organization From Giving Money Or Equipment To The State Election Commission Or Those In Charge Of Local Elections.

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