TN General Assembly Passes New Public School Funding Formula

A Bill That Will Change The Funding Mechanism For Tennessee’s Public Schools Passed The Legislature On The Final Day Of Session On Thursday.

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Legislation Opens Door For Non-U.S. Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses In TN

An Amended Bi-Partisan Caption Bill In The Tennessee Legislature Seeks To Open The Door For Non-U.S. Citizens To Be Able To Receive Professional And Commercial Licenses.

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TN House Passes Bill To Withhold Funding If Athletes Compete Outside Birth Gender

Any Tennessee School District That Allowed A Student To Compete In Athletics Without Determining Their Gender Based On The Student’s Birth Certificate Would Lose State Funding Under A Bill That Passed Thursday In The State House.

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3 Republicans Support Taxpayer Funding Of Illegal Immigrant Education in TN (Update 3/28/22)

A Bill That Would Stop Taxpayers From Being Forced To Fund Education For Illegal Immigrants Died In The House K-12 Subcommittee On Tuesday With Three Republican Legislators Helping Put An End To It.

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TN House And Senate To Consider “Youth Health Protection Act” (Update 3.24.22)

A Set Of Companion Bills In The Tennessee General Assembly, Collectively Known As The “Youth Health Protection Act,” Will Be Heard In The House Health Subcommittee And Senate Health And Welfare Committee Next Week.

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Maw Maw’s Radio, The Wiggler & Nashville’s SWAMP [Brandon’s Brain – Issue #3]

Maw Maw’s Radio, Death Of The Protestant Work Ethic, The Swamp In Nashville, We Have Some Fighters, Why We Get Beat, “The Wiggler” And The Weekend Report…

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Expansion Of School Choice Program Bill Fails In House K-12 Subcommittee

A Bill That Would Further The Opportunity For Tennessee Parents To Exercise Choice In The Way Their Children Are Educated By Allowing Them To Use State Funds To Pay For Their Preferred Schooling Option Failed In The House K-12 Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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