Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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Tennessee Medical Freedom Bills To Be Considered In Senate and House Committees

Next Week, The Tennessee Senate Commerce And Labor Committee & The House Business And Utilities Subcommittee Will Likely Be Voting On A Pair Of Bills Protecting The Medical Freedoms Of Tennesseans. Now Is The Time For Tennesseans To Contact The Senators And Representatives On The Committees To Voice Support.

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State Lawmakers Propose A Number Of Bills To Change Tennessee’s Response To Pandemic

Legislators Have Filed A Multitude Of Pandemic-Related Proposals, Including Bills That Would Make The State Pay For COVID-19 Victim’s Burials To A Slew Of Bills To Limit Powers Of The Executive Branch During A State Of Emergency.

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TennCare Block Grant Signed By Governor Lee Following Approval By Legislature

Lee Signed Legislation Friday Afternoon That Will Significantly Change The Way Tennessee’s Medicaid Program Receives Federal Funding.

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TennCare Block Grant Authorization Approved By Tennessee Senate

Senators Approve Block Grant Authorization On A Party Line Vote Of 25-6. The House Is Scheduled To Take Up The Authorization Proposal This Morning For A Likely Final Vote.

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TennCare Block Grant Passes Senate Committees, House Expedities Consideration

Republicans In Tennessee Legislature Are Working Quickly To Advance Resolution Approving Implementation Of The Proposal.

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