Bill Mandating Firearm Safety Training For Tennessee Public School Students Passes In Committee, Moves To House Floor (Update 2.23.24)

A Bill Mandating Firearm Safety Training For Tennessee Public School Students Passed The House Education Instruction Committee Yesterday 12-3 And Now Moves To The House Floor For A Vote.

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Legislation Introduced To Include Firearm Safety Training In Tennessee Schools

A Set Of Companion Bills Were Introduced In The Tennessee House And Senate On February 1st Regarding Firearm Safety Training In Tennessee’s Public Schools.

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Tennessee House Republicans Push For Delay Of TennCare’s Main Contracts

House Speaker Cameron Sexton Opposes Extension Of TennCare’s Primary Contracts As Part Of A Continued Effort To Award A Separate Health-Care Company, That Spent At Least $1 Million Trying To Influence Tennessee Politics Over The Last 15 Years, A Contract After TennCare Lost A Bid.

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McNally Will Go For Tennessee Senate Speaker Post At Least One More Time

Senate Speaker And Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Confirmed He Plans To Run For Re-Election To The Post In 2024, Guaranteeing He Wants To Finish This Four-Year Term In Office.

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Cameron Sexton Announces $2 Million State Grant to Fix Cumberland County Courthouse

Cumberland County Recently Received $2 Million From The State In Order To Fix Water Damage That Put The County Courthouse At Risk Of Possible Collapse. Gov. Bill Lee Signed Off On Tennessee’s Annual Budget Which Included A $2 Million Appropriation Meant To Go Specifically Towards Structural Support Repairs For The Historic Courthouse.

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Gov. Lee Signs Bill Into Law That Could Criminalize Parents Based On Anonymous Allegations Of Abuse Or Neglect

Legislation To Make It A Criminal Offense For Families To Hide Children Outside Of The State When That Child Is In DCS Custody Was Signed Into Law By Governor Lee. Since DCS Is Not Required To Verify The Credibility Of Anonymous Sources Making Accusations Of Child Abuse Or Neglect, This Legislation Could Possibly Make It Easier To Criminalize Parents Who Have Not Committed Such An Offense.

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TN House Passes Bill That Could Criminalize Parents Based On Anonymous Allegations

The Tennessee General Assembly Has Just Passed A Bill To Amend Current Law, Making It A Criminal Offense For Families To Hide Children Outside Of The State When That Child Is In Custody Of The Department Of Children’s Services.

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Tennessee House Education Committee To Hear Bill Allowing Teachers to Be Armed

The Tennessee House Education Administration Is Scheduled To Consider A Bill That Would Allow Teachers And Staff Members At Tennessee Public Schools To Carry Guns To Provide Greater Protection For Students.

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Bill That Could Criminalize Tennessee Parents Based on Anonymous Allegations Passes in Senate, Heads To House Committee

A Bill That Could Criminalize Tennessee Parents Based On Anonymous Allegations Of Abuse Or Neglect Was Passed On The Senate Floor Yesterday By A Vote Of 29-0.

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