Nashville Could Use State Law To Snuff Out 21-And-Up Smoking Bars

The Freedom To Light Up Could Disappear In Metro Nashville Clubs, Even For The 21-And-Up Crowd, After The Legislature Passed A Measure Enabling Local Governments To Outlaw Smoking In Age-Restricted Venues, Even Honky Tonks Where People Have Been Smoking And Jamming For Years.

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Bill Protecting Teachers From Being Forced to Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Passes House

Although Deferred Again In The Senate, A Bill That Would Protect Tennessee School Employees From Backlash For Choosing Not To Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Has Passed In The House.

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TN House And Senate Consider Bill To Protect School Employees From Coerced Speech

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Considering A Bill That Would Protect School Employees From Repercussions For Refusing To Use Students’ Preferred Pronouns Instead Of The Ones That Match Their Biological Sex. It Will Appear Before The House On April 25 And In Senate Committee On April 26.

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