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.

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TN Bill That Would Require Non-Profit Groups To Report Expenditures 60-Days Prior To Elections Passes Senate (Update 4.21.22)

An Amended Version Of A Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Been Passed By The Tennessee Senate With A 26 To 2 Vote In Favor.

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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.

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Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature

An Act That Prohibits A Public Official From Limiting The Lawful Operation Of A Church Or Religious Organization, Including Religious Services, During A Time Of An Emergency, Major Disaster, Or Natural Disaster Has Passed The Tennessee Legislature With Overwhelming Votes In Favor.

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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings In Universities Passes Senate

The Senate Companion Bill To House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Bill, That Would Impact How Public Institutions Of Higher Education Can Approach “Divisive Concepts” With Employees And Students, Passed On The Senate Floor Monday Evening 25 To 5 With One Republican Senator Joining His Democratic Colleagues In Voting No.

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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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Tennessee Senator Takes Issue With Taxpayer Funded Lobbying During Committee Meeting

Senator Kerry Roberts Had Stern Words For Two Representatives Of A State Agency Last Week. During A Meeting Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Jim Layman From Department Of Children’s Services (DCS) And Doug Diamond, General Counsel For DCS Provided Testimony Against Senate Bill 2098.

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TN Bill Seeks To Safeguard Elections & Citizens From Social Media Censorship (update 2/2/22)

Representative Dennis Powers Has Introduced A Bill That Seeks To Designate Social Media Platforms As Common Carriers And Prescribe Fines For Deplatforming And Shadow-Banning Users Based On Political Ideologies, Viewpoints Or Personal Opinions.

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Will Legislators Act To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship In TN?

As We Head Toward The 2022 Midterms, Many Conservative And Republican Voices Have Been Banned From Social Media – Including Our Likely Presidential Candidate In 2024. Will Our Tennessee Lawmakers Propose Legislation To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship And The Harm It Will Cause Our Republican Party At The Federal And State Level?

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