Tennessee House Passes Bill To Ban Pride Flags In Public Schools

A Bill That Will Ban Certain Flags, Including Pride Flags, From Tennessee Classrooms Was Passed On The House Floor Yesterday With A 70 To 24 Vote In Favor.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill Barring Local Councils From Returning Expelled Lawmakers

Despite Constitutional Questions, Tennessee House Republicans Approved A Measure Monday That Would Stop Expelled Lawmakers From Being Reappointed To Office.

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Pair Of Tennessee Bills Impacting Running For 2 Offices, Reappointments Advance

A Pair Of Bills That Could Impact Three Tennessee Representatives Who Were The Subject Of Expulsion Hearings Last Year Continue To Advance Through The Tennessee Legislature.

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Tennessee House Committee Passes Bill Banning Expelled Lawmakers From Returning To Legislature

Republican Lawmakers Advanced A Bill Wednesday Banning Expelled Lawmakers From Returning To The Tennessee Legislature Despite A Legal Opinion Such A Move Would Be Unconstitutional.

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Sexton, Jones Hold $1M In Cash, Plus More Notes From Campaign Filings

Heading Into The 2024 State Election Season, Only Two Tennessee State Lawmakers Hold Over $1 Million Combined In Their Campaign And PAC Accounts.

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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 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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Tennessee Legislature Opens With New House Gallery Policy Restricting Access

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Operating With New Access Rules That Restrict The Public’s Entrance Into Upstairs Galleries As The Legislature Opens The 2024 Session, Even As It Is Set To Take Up Several Critical Bills Such As The Governor’s School Voucher “Scholarships” Plan.

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Statewide ESAs, Budget Priorities In Tennessee Legislative Session

Tennessee’s 2024 Legislative Session Will Begin Tuesday. January 9th With The Republican Party Looking To Pass A Budget, Statewide K-12 Education Savings Accounts, Business Tax Cuts, Enhanced School Safety Measures, Certificate-Of-Need Reform And Health Care Funding.

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Tennessee House Republicans Propose New Rules To Further Limit And Restrict Debate

Tennessee’s House Republican Supermajority Wants To Close Several Speaking Opportunities In Its Rules, Which In The Past Allowed Democrats To Slow Down The Legislative Process And, Ultimately, Garner Attention That Led To A Fundraising Bonanza.

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