CORRECTION: Retiring TN Rep Says “Lack of Transparency Major Issue in the Tennessee House”

Retiring Representative David Byrd (R-Waynesboro-District 71) Told The Tennessee Conservative That Many Legislators “Hide Behind” The Lack Of Roll Call Votes When They Don’t Want The Public To Know Their Stance On A Piece Of Legislation, Leading To Many Good Conservative Bills Being Killed In Subcommittees And Committees With No Official Record Made Of Who Was Responsible.

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Tennessee Education Association Pushes Crossover Raiding By Democrat Voters Supporting Incumbent Rep. Ramsey

The Tennessee Education Association (TEA) Has Sent Out A Mailer Supporting Republican Representative Bob Ramsey (District 20 – Maryville) To Voters Alerting Them That They Can Vote In The Republican Primary Election, Regardless Of Political Affiliation.

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Parent Bill Of Rights Blocked By House Health Subcommittee (Update 3.25.22)

After Being Rolled Multiple Times Without Action By The House Health Subcommittee, The Parent Bill Of Rights Was Dealt The Killing Blow During Their March 22nd Meeting By Failing To Receive A Second.

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Senate Education Committee Passes Parent Bill of Rights Act

While The House Deferred The Legislation Until Next Week, The Senate Education Committee Continued To Push A Bill Forward That Would Allow Parents To Have More Rights Within Their Local School Systems Through A Number Of New Requirements

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These Tennessee Bills Could Shape The Future Of Our State! – TennCon Big 7- 2022 Fifth Edition

1) 2 TN Illegal Immigration Bills Migrate to Subcommittee
2) Bill Prohibiting Unlawful Restrictions On Churches Slated For Committee
3) Study Committee Gives Zero Workable Recommendations To End Illegal Immigration In TN
4) Crawford Introduces TN Bill To Deny Voting Rights For Illegal Immigrants
5) Parent’s Bill Of Rights Act Introduced In Tennessee Legislature
6) Tennessee School Board Receiving Hundreds Of Threatening Calls A Day Over Maus “Ban”
7) Bill To Stop Social Media Censorship Of TN Elections & Citizens Gains Steam

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Parent’s Bill Of Rights Act Introduced In Tennessee Legislature

Representative Weaver And Senator Bowling Have Introduced The “Parent Bill Of Rights Act” In The Tennessee General Assembly To Codify The Rights Of Tennessee Parents In An Effort To Better Protect Children From Various Forms Of Harm Inflicted By Local Education Agencies.

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