Florida Officials Push Back Against Biden Plan To Relinquish U.S. Health Sovereignty To WHO

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis And U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio Are Pushing Back Against A Biden Administration Plan To Give The World Health Organization Authority To Dictate Global Lockdowns And Mandates, Superseding U.S. And State Laws.

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Semantics Allows Youth In Juvenile Detention Facilities To Endure Solitary Confinement Despite New Law

Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally Helped Pass A Law Last Year To Close A Loophole That Allowed Juvenile Detention Facilities In The State To Keep Kids In Solitary Confinement But According To A New Report, Nothing Has Changed.

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TN Law To Protect Students From Digital Obscenity & Pornography To Go Into Effect For Fall Semester

A New Act Signed Into Law By Governor Bill Lee On May 5th, 2022 Aims To Protect Students From Being Exposed To Obscenity And Pornography From Digital And Online Resources In Tennessee Schools.

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U.S. House Conservatives Ready Law-And-Order Agenda Ahead Of Midterms

Crime Is On The Rise Around The Country, The Midterm Elections Are Fast Approaching, And The Largest Bloc Of House Conservatives Is Preparing A Comprehensive Package Of Law-And-Order Legislation.

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Bill Prohibiting State Agencies From Lobbying For Or Against State Legislation Taken Off Notice

A Bill To Prohibit Taxpayer-Funded State Agencies From Lobbying For Or Against State Legislation Has Been Taken Off Notice For The House Public Service Subcommittee Due To A Likely Defeat Of The Companion Senate Bill In Committee And The Fact That The Practice The Bill Aims To Address Is Most Likely Already In Violation Of Tennessee Code And The State’s Constitution.

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TN Rep Griffey Files Legislation To Protect Unborn Children From Drug Exposure

Unless You Are A Law Enforcement Officer, A Prosecutor, A Healthcare Worker Or Work For DCS Or A Child Advocacy Center Such As Carl Perkins, You May Not Be Aware That There Is A Loophole In Tennessee’s Law Resulting In The Failure To Protect Unborn Children From Drug Exposure In Utero.

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HB2011 Fills Accountability Gap In Tennessee’s Election Laws

Tennesseans Deserve To Have Their Concerns About Election Commissioners Heard In A Public Form And Be Given Fair Consideration. Without HB 2011, SEC Members Can Continue To Ignore Violations Of The “Code Of Conduct” When Such Violations Are Brought To Their Attention By Citizens, And Likewise Disregard Their Obligations Under Tennessee Law. This Is A Recipe For Corruption, Arrogance And Abuse On The Part Of An Entity That Oversees Tennessee Elections.

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Metro Nashville School Board Refuses To Update Transgender Athlete Policy To Comply With State Law

The Metro Nashville School System Says It Is Not Making Any Changes To The District’s Transgender Athlete Policies Yet, Even Though Their Current Policy Is Not In Compliance With A New State Law That Regulates On Which Teams Those Students Can Play.

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