Senator Bowling Reintroduces ‘Youth Health Protection Act’ To End Child Mutilation In Tennessee

Senator Janice Bowling Has Reintroduced Legislation For The 113th General Assembly That Aims To Put An End To Child Mutilations In Tennessee.

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TBI Warns Of Mexican Drug Cartels In Tennessee In Wake Of Ineffective Illegal Immigration Bills

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Says Drug Cartels From Mexico Are Making It Increasingly More Difficult To Do Their Jobs Safely. This Comes In The Wake Of Ineffective Legislation Passed In The Last General Assembly That Serves As More Of A Draw For Illegal Immigration Than A Deterrent And A Flurry Of Good Legislation Killed Before Reaching The Floor For A Vote.

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State Legislators Seem Poised To Extend Protections From Covid Mandates, But There Is A Catch. (Gary Humble Op-Ed)

Bills Have Begun To Be Filed For The Upcoming Legislative Session Here In Tennessee Due To Commence On January 11, 2023, Which Will Begin Our 113th General Assembly. One Of The First, SB 2 (Sen. Jack Johnson) And HB 2 (Rep. Jason Zachary) Will Remove The Termination Date On Protections From Covid Mandates, Currently Set To Expire On July 1, 2023. Many Tennesseans May Not Realize That Current Laws Restricting Employers From Mandating The Shot As A Condition Of Employment And Restricting Schools From Requiring Masks Are Due To Sunset. Your Legislature Passed Laws To Secure Your Liberties, With An Expiration Date. Go Figure. The Passage Of SB 2 And HB 2 Would Make These Protections Permanent. And That Is A Good Thing. However, There Is A Catch. With The Passage Of Title 14 In The Special Session Of October 2021, The Legislature Did More Than Protect Employees. They Also Protected Themselves.

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Midterm Madness, Corporate Freeze-out, Protecting Kids From Mutilation, Abortion Increases, Surprises In TN & Much More – The TennCon Big 7!

• Bonus story: Control Of Congress At Stake: Red Wave Hits Florida, Stops There
• Lee Reelected, Ogles Wins District 5, Plus Statewide Election Results
• Four Tennessee Constitutional Amendments, Including Right-To-Work, Win By Large Margins
• 438 Voters Assigned Wrong Ballots In Davidson County Allowed To Cast Provisional Ballots
• Amazon Bails On Promised Job Creation In Nashville With Hiring Freeze Announcement
• Tennessee Bill To Limit “Gender Mutilation” Introduced By Republican Lawmakers
• Tennessee Abortion Numbers Drop As Neighboring States See Increase
• Tennesseans Can’t Rely On “No Surprises” In Medical Billing Due To Loopholes & Legislature Inaction

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Tennessee In Favor Of Permanent Daylight Saving Time, But Clocks Still Fall Back This Year

Tennessee Supports The Establishment Of Year-Round Daylight Saving Time, Having Introduced Legislation That Addressed The Issue Earlier This Year But The State Must Now Wait Until The U.S. House Takes A Vote On Creating A Federal Law That Would Allow States To Observe Daylight Savings All Year Long.

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Hamilton County Elementary School Fails To Inform Parents About Child Sexual Abuse Program For Students

Parents Of Snow Hill Elementary School Students In Ooltewah Are Upset Over A Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program That Took Place At The School, Stating That They Were Not Given Prior Notification Or An Option To Not Have Their Children Attend.

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Deputy Speaker Bowling Says Tennesseans Must Be Vigilant To End Child Mutilation

Deputy Speaker Janice Bowling Sent A Letter To Constituents Yesterday That Offered A Review Of Previously Killed Legislation To End Child Mutilation And Visual Depictions Of The Surgeries And Hormonal “Therapies” That She Aims To Make Illegal In The Volunteer State.

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Help This Poor 2-Year Old In Tennessee?

Let Me Ask You This: If You Saw A Two-Year-Old That Needed Help, Would You Help? Or, Would You Just Ignore The Cries And Watch It Suffer? Did I Hear You Say You’d Help? That’s What I Thought You’d Say! You’re A Conservative After All. That’s Great News, Because There Is A Scrappy Little 2-Year-Old That Needs Your Help Now.

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TN Universities Refuse Comment On How They Will Implement New Intellectual Diversity Law

Public University Leaders In Tennessee Are Staying Silent On How And When They Plan To Follow A New State Law That Requires Them To Implement Intellectual Diversity On Their Campuses.

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