Vanderbilt Denies Heart Transplant To 7-Month Old Baby Because He Is Not Vaccinated

The Transplant Team At Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Led By Dr. David Bearl Has Denied Placing 7-Month Old August Stoll On The Transplant List Due To His Vaccination Status.

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TN Law To Protect Students From Digital Obscenity & Pornography To Go Into Effect For Fall Semester

A New Act Signed Into Law By Governor Bill Lee On May 5th, 2022 Aims To Protect Students From Being Exposed To Obscenity And Pornography From Digital And Online Resources In Tennessee Schools.

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Tennessee Tele-Med Abortion Ban Becomes Law

The “Tennessee Abortion-Inducing Drug Risk Protocol Act”, A Bill That Would Penalize Physicians For Prescribing Abortion Inducing Drugs Via Telehealth Appointments, Has Been Signed Into Law With The Signature Of Governor Bill Lee.

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Tennessee Legislature Wraps Up Tempestuous Session

The Legislature Adopted An Ethics Reform Bill On The Final Day Of The 112th Session, One Supposedly Designed To Shed More Light On So-Called Dark Money.

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Tennessee Act Orders That Drunk Drivers Pay Child Support To Victims Children

A Republican-Sponsored Bill Has Been Passed By The Tennessee Legislature That Would Order A Person Convicted Of Killing A Child’s Parents As A Result Of Drunk Driving Pay Child Support To The Victim’s Children.

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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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Tele-Med Abortion Ban Bill Passes Tennessee Senate

The “Tennessee Abortion-Inducing Drug Risk Protocol Act”, A Bill That Would Penalize Physicians For Prescribing Abortion Inducing Drugs Via Telehealth Appointments, Passed A Senate Floor Vote 26 To 4 On Thursday. All 4 Of The Dissenting Votes Came From Democratic Senators.

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TN Bill That Would Require Non-Profit Groups To Report Expenditures 60-Days Prior To Elections Passes Senate (Update 4.21.22)

An Amended Version Of A Caption Bill That Seeks To Have 501c4 Non-Profit Groups Report Expenditures Of $5000 Or More Made 60-Days Prior To An Election Has Been Passed By The Tennessee Senate With A 26 To 2 Vote In Favor.

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