House Subcommittee Passes Bill To Increase Time On Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry

A Bill That Would Extend The Length Of Time That An Individual Is On The Tennessee Sex Offenders Registry Was Heard By The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee On Tuesday And Will Be Moving On To The Full Committee.

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The Cat & Mouse Chase Of Parental Rights Bills In Tennessee’s 2024 Session – Freedom Or Control?

Op-Ed: For Parental Rights Aficionados, Tennessee’s Current Cat And Mouse Game Over Three Separate Parental/Family Rights Bills Is Dizzying. And If You Are An Unsuspecting-Easily-Excited Layman Who Still Believes Legislative Headliners, This Appears To Be Bait And Switch Tactic Which Is Now Seemingly Normal For Tennessee State Lawmakers.

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Bill To Extend Time Offenders Are Included On Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry To Be Heard In House Subcommittee (Update 2.16.24)

A Bill That Aims To Extend The Amount Of Time A Person Who Has Been Convicted Of A Sexual Offense Must Remain On Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee On February 13th.

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Bill To Prohibit Hospitals From Restricting In-Person Visits Passes Tennessee Senate

A Bill That Would Prohibit Hospitals From Restricting In-Person Visitation Of Patients Passed In The Tennessee Senate Yesterday Afternoon. Twenty-Nine Senators Voted For Senator Mark Pody’s Bill – All Of The Republican Senators And Two Democrats – And Three Democrats Voted No.

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Families Rights & Responsibilities Act Presentation Rolled To February After Sitting On Tennessee General Assembly Calendar For Over A Year (Update 2.13.24)

Tennessee Legislation With The Main Purpose Of Defining And Establishing Parental Rights Within The Context Of Government Interference Which Was Raised Last Session And Deferred To This Year Has Been Pushed Another Month Before Consideration.

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Tennessee Bill Prohibiting Hospitals From Restricting In-Person Visitation Passes Senate Committee

The Tennessee Senate Moved Forward With Legislation That Would Prevent Hospitals From Restricting Visitation Rights Of Those Who Are Designated To Hold Power Of Attorney For A Patient.

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Bill To Ensure Religious Freedom Protections For Tennessee Clergy Passes Committee, Heads To Senate Floor

A Bill That Ensures That The Religious Freedom For Clergy Is Protected In Tennessee Passed The Senate Judiciary Committee Yesterday Afternoon And Will Now Head To The Senate Floor For Discussion And A Final Vote.

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Bill To Ensure Religious Freedom, Protections For Tennessee Clergy Has Another Chance For Passage This Session (Update 2.2.24)

Legislation That Would Provide Protection For All Individuals Within Tennessee From Being Made To Perform Wedding Ceremonies They Are Not In Agreement With Due To A Conflict Of Beliefs Continues Its Legislative Journey This 2024 Session.

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