Bill To Keep Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children Hidden From The Public Passes By Voice Vote In Committee Led By Chairman John Ragan

A Bill To Keep Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children Hidden From The Public Passed The House Government Operations Committee Yesterday Afternoon By A Voice Vote.

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House Subcommittee To Hear Legislation Prohibiting “Foreign Adversaries” From Conducting Business In Tennessee (Update 2.16.24)

The House Public Service Subcommittee Will Consider A Bill That Would Prohibit Certain Foreign Entities From Doing Business Within The State Of Tennessee.

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House Committee Passes Bill Requiring AI Policies For Tennessee Public Schools

The House Government Operations Committee Moved Forward With Legislation That Would Require Tennessee’s Public Schools And Universities To Create Policies For The Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Schools.

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Tennessee Bill Would Block Incentives To Companies From ‘Countries Of Concern’

A Bill Adding Tax Credits For Research And Development From Energy And Tech Companies Along With Banning Tax Credits And Incentives For Countries Of Concern Passed The Tennessee House Government Operations Committee On Monday. China, Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela And The Syrian Arab Republic Are Listed As Countries Of Concern.

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Tennessee House Education Committee Passes Bill Requiring Schools To Adopt AI Policy

Legislation That Would Require Schools In Tennessee To Create Policies Regarding The Use Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) By Students, Teachers, Faculty, And Staff Has Passed The House Education Administration Committee And Will Proceed To The Government Operations Committee.

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Tennessee Bill Filed To Enact “Restricted Access By Minors To Obscene Library Materials Act” (Update 2.5.24)

Tennessee State Representative John Ragan Has Filed A Bill That Aims To Establish A Petitioning Process For Obscene Library Materials.

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Tennessee House Federal K-12 Education Funding Report Filed Without 1 Signature

Tennessee Representatives Who Were Part Of A Joint Committee Examining The State Rejecting K-12 Federal Education Funding Submitted A Report On Their Findings Without The Signature Of One Democrat Member.

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2 New Bills Submitted By Tennessee GOP Lawmaker To Prohibit Business, Political Activity With Foreign Adversaries

Two New Bills Have Been Filed For The 2024 General Assembly That All But Prohibit The Ability Of Certain Foreign Entities To Do Business In Or With The State Of Tennessee. Additionally, Foreign Agents From Certain Countries Will Be Required To Register With The Attorney General’s Office.

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Tennessee House Adopts Rules To Punish Decorum Violators

The House Silenced One Member Wednesday For Disparaging Speaker Cameron Sexton And Found Out Democrats Are Dominating Debate Time As It Adopted New Rules Designed To Keep Lawmakers From Filibustering And Disturbing Proceedings.

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Rep. Ragan Introduces Bill To Mandate De-escalation Training For Teachers In Effort To Reduce School Shootings

Representative John Ragan Has Introduced A Bill Ahead Of The Upcoming 114th General Assembly That Would Mandate Annual De-Escalation Training For Teachers, Amending The Schools Against Violence In Education Act.

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