Bill Allowing Lawsuits Against Anyone Taking Kids Out Of State Without Parental Consent For “Gender Affirming” Care Passes In Tennessee Senate

A Tennessee Bill Allowing Lawsuits Against Anyone Taking Minors Out Of The State Without The Consent Of Their Parents For “Gender Affirming” Care Passed In The Senate On Thursday.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Ensure Compliance With Age-Appropriate Materials Act

The Tennessee Senate Passed A Bill On Thursday That Would Allow Parents To File Civil Suits In Order To Ensure Compliance With The Age-Appropriate Materials Act.

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City Of Franklin BOMA Votes Unanimously To Allow Pride Festival In Public Park Amid Multi-Million Lawsuits Against City Due To Events From Last Year’s Festival

This Week, The City Of Franklin BOMA (Board Of Mayor And Alderman) Voted Unanimously To Grant A Permit To Franklin Pride For Them To Hold Their Annual Pride Festival In Harlinsdale Park, A Public Park Owned And Managed By The City Of Franklin.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Enforce Inferior Court Boundaries

A Bill To Prevent The Lower Courts From Taking Up Cases Concerning Or Interfering With Tennessee House And Senate Rules Was Passed In The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Monday By A 59-30 Vote.

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Tennessee State Senator Proposes Law To Prevent Outside Interference In Public Records Cases

Proposed Tennessee Legislation To Change The State Law To Limit Who Is Allowed To Intervene In Lawsuits Regarding Public Records Has Been Filed In Response To Litigation Involving Records Related To The Covenant School Shooting.

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Effectiveness Of Process For Challenging Tennessee Laws Questioned

A Law Passed In 2021, Changing The Way State Laws Are Challenged, Has Some Concerned That The Door Has Been Opened For Partisan Redistricting In Tennessee And Dissension Among Panel Judges.

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