Lee Signs New Nashville Hotel Tax To Help Fund Titans Stadium Along With Two Other Bills

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed Several Bills Into Law On Wednesday That Include An Allowance For A 1% Hotel-Motel Tax Increase In Davidson County To Pay For A New Estimated $2.2 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium. Lee Also Signed A Bill That Will Allow The Chattanooga Lookouts To Collect 5.5% Of The State Sales Tax At The Stadium To Pay For A New Stadium And Another Bill That Would Require Restitution Be Paid By DUI Offenders Who Kill The Parents Of Minor Children.

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HUGE TN Supreme Court Ruling for School Choice, Down Enrollment, Starbuck, NFL Welfare, Drugs in Nashvegas – Big 7 Weekend Digest!

1) TN Supreme Court Says Governor Lee’s Voucher Program Not a Violation of Home Rule Protections
2) Sullivan County Schools Advertising To Try and Sway Students to Enroll
3) TN Law To Protect Students From Digital Obscenity & Pornography To Go Into Effect For Fall Semester
4) Federal Judge Denies Starbuck’s Request To Get Back On The Ballot In Tennessee Congressional Race
5) New Tennessee Titans Stadium Listed As $2.2B Expense In Nashville Budget Document
6) Semantics Allows Youth In Juvenile Detention Facilities To Endure Solitary Confinement Despite New Law
7) Three Nashvillians Plead Guilty To Smuggling Drugs For Mexican Cartel

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Semantics Allows Youth In Juvenile Detention Facilities To Endure Solitary Confinement Despite New Law

Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally Helped Pass A Law Last Year To Close A Loophole That Allowed Juvenile Detention Facilities In The State To Keep Kids In Solitary Confinement But According To A New Report, Nothing Has Changed.

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Action Alert: TN Republican Leadership Seeks To Censor Conservative Grassroots Groups 60-Days Before An Election!

1) Action Alert! – Sexton’s Bill Would Censor Conservative Groups 60 Days Before Elections!
2) Bill To Sneak In Vaccinations Without Parental Consent Taken Off Notice
3) Legislation Authorizing Local Law Enforcement To Enforce Federal Immigration Laws In TN Fails In Senate Committee
4) Legislation Limiting ‘Divisive Teachings’ In Universities Heads To Gov. Lee For Signature
5) Tennessee Mayors Say It’s Time For Tax Dollars To Stay In Their Cities
6) Waverly, TN Flood Survivors Sue CSX Rail Company For ‘Man Made Tidal Wave’
7) Lawsuit Filed Against State Over Congressional Primary Residency Legislation

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Bill To Sneak In Vaccinations Without Parental Consent Taken Off Notice

In The Last Scheduled Meeting This Session For The House Health Committee, A Caption Bill That Was Snuck In Under The Radar With An Amendment To Push The HPV Vaccine For Minors Was Taken Off Notice By The Bill Sponsor.

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3 Republicans Sneak In Vaccination Without Parental Consent Amendment (Update 4.1.22)

On March 22nd In The House Health Subcommittee And On March 23rd In The Senate Health Committee, Two “Caption Bills” Were Snuck In Under The Radar With Amendments Added That Push The HPV Vaccine. One Of The Bills Allows Minors To Receive The HPV Vaccine Without Parental Knowledge Or Consent.

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Bill To Remove Obscene Materials From School Libraries Slated For Senate Committee Hearing (Update 3/25/22)

A House Bill That Aims To Prohibit Educational Institutions From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students Will Soon Head To The House Floor For A Vote. The Senate Version Of The Bill Will Be Heard By The Senate Education Committee Next Week.

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House Bill Would No Longer Exempt Schools For Allowing Obscene Materials In School Facilities

House Bill 1944 Would Prohibit Schools From Making Materials That Are Considered “Obscene” Or “Harmful To Minors” Available To Students In Schools. The Bill Is On The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee Calendar For March 2nd.

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Senate Committee To Consider “Youth Health Protection Act”

Senate Bill 2696, Entitled The “Youth Health Protection Act”, Would Prevent Healthcare Providers From Treating Minors Without Parental Consent, With Exceptions For Minors Seeking Treatment In Certain Situations. The Bill Has Been Placed On The Senate Health And Welfare Committee Calendar For February 23.

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