Jefferson County, Tennessee GOP Chairman Calls For State And National Response To Trump Assassination Attempt

David Seal, Chairman Of The Jefferson County TN Republican Party, Challenges Fellow Republican Chairs And State Republican Organizations Across The Country To Act In Getting The Vote Out In Response To The Attempted Assassination. “Do Not Believe For A Minute That You Can Not Make A Difference In The Aftermath Of The Recent Assassination Attempt On Former President Donald Trump.”

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New State Law Mandates One-Year Suspension For Students Who Assault Teachers

As Violent Incidents By Students Against Teachers In Tennessee Schools Increase, A New Law Also Increases Mandatory Consequences To Hold Those Students Accountable For Their Behavior.

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Vagueness In Law Meant To Deter Threats Of Mass Violence Leads To Pattern Of Arrests For Tennessee Kids

Sources Say That Multiple Middle And High School Students In Tennessee Have Been Accused Or Have Suffered Criminal Consequences Due To A Lack Of Specificity In A Law Meant To Deter Threats Of Mass Violence.

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Tennessee Attorney General Reaches Settlement With “Unscrupulous” Mobile Home Park In Ooltewah

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Reached A Settlement With Auburn Hills Mobile Home Park, Its Management, Owners And Operators, And Related Entities To Resolve The State’s Suit Alleging That The Ooltewah Park Took Advantage Of Vulnerable Residents In Violation Of State And Federal Law.

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18-State Coalition Backs Tennessee In Anti-Drag Law Ruling Appeal

Eighteen States Have Joined To File An Amicus Brief Supporting Tennessee In Its Appeal Of A Ruling On Its Drag Show Law. The Law Was Blocked By A Judge In The U.S. District Court For The Western District Of Tennessee After It Was Contested By Friends Of George’s.

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Williamson County Parents Compelled To Sue Board Of Education For Keeping Obscene Materials On School Library Shelves

Last Week, A Group Of Parents In Williamson County Filed A Petition To Have 5 Books That Sit On Middle And High School Shelves Removed Due To Their Inclusion Of What Is, According To The Law, Arguably Obscene Content. The Reason These Parents Were Forced To Resort To Such A Measure, Is Because The Policy Utilized By Williamson County Schools, According To The Petition, Is Inadequate And Falls Short Of What Is Required In Tennessee Law.

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New Parental Rights Law Goes Into Effect With Fall Semester At Tennessee Public Schools

As Public Schools Across The State Get Ready To Welcome Back Students After Their Summer Break, A New Parental Rights Law Essentially Goes Into Effect With The Beginning Of The Fall Semester.

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New Report Shows Many TN Hospitals Not Following Federal Pricing Laws

A Recently Released Report Shows That Many Tennessee Hospitals Are Not Following A Federal Law That Makes It Mandatory For Them To Notify The Public Of The Actual Cost Of A Hospital Stay.

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