End of TN Legislature 2021 Closing In, These Are The Bills That Need Action

The Tennessee Legislature Is Moving Toward The Point Where It Wraps Up Its Activities For The 2021 Part Of The Two-year Session. As That Day Approaches, Opportunities Are Ending To Enact Laws In 2021 Which Would Restore Your Rights, Which Would Remove Infringements On Your Rights And Which Would Require The State’s Administrative Branch To Zealously Defend Tennessee And Tennesseans Against The Orchestrated Attack On Our Rights And State Sovereignty That Is Swiftly Coming From The Biden-Harris Administration. These Are The Bills That Need Action Now!

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We The People Rally Coming To Nashville In Support Of Individual Liberty

Tennessee Stands Has Organized A Rally On Wednesday At The Capitol In Nashville. Immediately Following, They Are Planning To Walk To The Cordell Hull Building For The Senate Health And Welfare Committee Hearing To Support Senate Bill To Secure Religious Exemptions To Vaccines.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 10, 2021

– Tennessee Bill Could Allow Teachers To Permanently Remove Disruptive Students From Classroom
– Tennessee Historical Commission Votes To Move Nathan Bedford Forrest Bust Out Of State Capitol
– Tennessee State Constitution Transferred To A New Home
-Equality Act Erodes Religious Liberty And Is Dangerous To Women And Children
– Texas Will Do What Feds Under Biden Won’t To Secure Southern Border
– Chattanooga-Based Foundation Announces Automotive Project To Benefit Families Dealing With Pediatric Cancer

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Equality Act Erodes Religious Liberty And Is Dangerous To Women And Children

The Equality Act Is Being Touted As “Long Past-due Federal Legislation” By The LGBTQ Community. Opponents Argue That It Includes Requirements For Taxpayer-funded Abortion, And Forcing Hospitals, Health Care Providers And Pharmacists To Provide Abortions, Abortion Inducing Drugs And Devices, Hormone-blockers, Opposite Hormone Treatment, And Surgeries.

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Rep. Robin Smith, Lobbyists & 6 Republicans Kill Religious Objections Bill

House Bill 10, A Law Protecting Religious Objections To Compulsory Vaccination Or Medical Procedures In Employment And Other Situations, Died In A House Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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Supreme Court Expected To Rule On California’s Religious Liberty Case Any Day

All But Six States Have Abandoned Numerical Caps On Worship. Only California Continues To Completely Ban Indoor Worship.

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Why Communication, Not Cancel Culture & Censorship, Is The American Way

We Are In The Midst of A Crisis Of Civic Trust, And Our First Order Of Business Must Be to Squelch The Urge To “Cancel” Our Fellow Americans Who Have Different Views. Instead, We Must Engage With Them In The Public Discourse Necessary To Save Our Nation. In a word, it is critically important that we allow the expression and exchange of ideas to play out freely. This is not only how liberty is preserved but also how people learn to refine and broaden their views. It is how we live and govern together and build a healthy and vibrant political community.

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How Governor Lee Neutered the TN Legislature & Placed Kids at Educational Risk with Lawless Mandates

Since the pandemic began, the erosion of our personal, religious and economic liberties has become very apparent in Tennessee. Many frustrated citizens feel they have zero representation in the Tennessee legislature. In this interview with the founder and executive director of Tennessee Stands, Gary Humble, we discuss these topics, along with how the response to the Pandemic has affected our educational system and our children + more. What can we do as Citizens and Conservatives to influence a positive change?

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Maury County Mayor And ‘Tennessee Stands’ Challenge Legislators To Lead On Mandates

“We are debating masks when we should be discussing liberty, freedom and personal responsibility.” – Mayor Ogles

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