New Bill Would Prohibit Cell Phones In School For Tennessee Students

Proposed Legislation Would Prohibit Tennessee Students From Having Electronic Devices In School.

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Three Republicans In Senate Committee Vote Against Bill Banning Pride Flags In Tennessee Public School Classrooms 

Three Republicans On The Senate Education Committee Voted Against A Bill Yesterday That Would Ban Certain Flags, Including Pride Flags, From Being Displayed In Public School Classrooms.

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Tennessee Bill To Ensure Compliance With Age Appropriate Materials Act Placed Behind Budget By Subcommittee Chairman Gary Hicks

Yesterday, In The Tennessee House Finance, Ways And Means Subcommittee A Bill Seeking To Add An Explicit, Standing Provision To The Age Appropriate Materials Act Of 2022 That Would Give Parents The Ability To File Claims To Enforce The Act Was Placed Behind The Budget.

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Bill That Will Terminate Tennessee Parents Rights After “Substantial Non-Compliance” Passes Senate Judiciary With Amendments

A Bill That Proposes The Ability For The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services (DCS) To Terminate Parental Rights Within 10 Business Days After A Court Has Found The Parents Of The Child/Children To Be “Substantially Non-Compliant,” Has Passed Through The Senate Judiciary Committee With Amendments Added.

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Bill Ensuring Compliance With Tennessee’s Age-Appropriate Materials Act Passes House Education Committee (Update 2.19.24)

Following A Line Of Questions And A Deferral Request From Democrats, A Bill That Clarifies The Age-Appropriate Act Of 2022 Passed The Tennessee House Education Administration Committee.

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Bill Filed to Terminate Tennessee Parent’s Rights After Six Months of “Substantial Noncompliance” (Update 2.16.24)

This Week Rep. Ed Butler (R-Rickman-District 41) Filed A Bill That Would Effectively Make It Easier To Funnel Children Away From Their Parents And Into State Custody.

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Bill That Would Ban Pride Flags In Tennessee Public School Classrooms Passes In House Committee

Following A “Contentious” Hearing In The House K-12 Education Subcommittee Earlier This Month, A Bill To Ban Pride Flags In Public School Classrooms Was Passed In The Full House Education Administration Committee This Week.

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2 New Tennessee Bills Advocating For Foster, Adoptive Parents Are Heading To Committee

Among The Stream Of New Legislation Filed For Consideration In The Tennessee General Assembly, Are Two New Bills With The Intended Purpose Of Fortifying The Individual Rights Of Those Who Wish To, Or Currently Participate In The Foster Care System As Either Foster Parents Or Even Those Who Are Looking To Adopt.

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New Bill Would Institute Felony Charges For Abortion Trafficking Of Pregnant Tennessee Minors (Update 2.9.24)

Newly Proposed Tennessee Legislation Would Make It A Felony Offense For Adults To Participate In “Abortion Trafficking” By Assisting Minors In Obtaining An Out-Of-State Abortion Without Parental Consent.

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Bill To Exclude All Flags From Classroom Settings Except For Tennessee & American Flags Will Be Heard Before House K-12 Subcommittee

This Week A Bill That Will Attempt To Politically Neutralize Classrooms In Tennessee Will Be Heard Before The House K-12 Education Subcommittee.

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