Vanderbilt Denies Heart Transplant To 7-Month Old Baby Because He Is Not Vaccinated

The Transplant Team At Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Led By Dr. David Bearl Has Denied Placing 7-Month Old August Stoll On The Transplant List Due To His Vaccination Status.

Read more

Governor Lee Signs Law To Bring Harsher Penalties For Unlicensed Adult Care Facilities

On Tuesday, Governor Bill Lee Signed A Law That Will Create A Statewide Registry Of All Adult Care Facilities That Are Not Currently Licensed And Will Institute Tougher Penalties For Those Facilities That Continue To Operate Without Proper Licensure.

Read more

Bill Prohibiting Anti-Semitism In Tennessee Schools And Universities Passes Unanimously In Senate

A Bill Prohibiting The Teaching Of Anti-Semitic Concepts In Tennessee K-12 Schools, And Institutions Of Higher Learning, Passed The Senate Unanimously On Thursday.

Read more

Legislation Prohibiting Anti-Semitic Concepts In Tennessee Schools On Its Way To Senate

A Bill Prohibiting The Teaching Of Anti-Semitic Concepts In Tennessee Schools Passed The House On Monday And Now Heads To The Senate.

Read more

Senate Bills Surface For TN Special Session On Medical Freedom

Proposed Legislation Continues To Emerge In Advance Of The Tennessee Legislature’s Covid-19 Special Session, Including Six Senate Bills That Were Filed Tuesday.

Read more

Partisan School Board Elections Could Be Debated In Medical Freedom Special Session

Requiring Partisan School Board Elections In Counties Statewide Could Become A Fringe Topic This Week As The General Assembly Tries To Assert Its Authority Over Local Entities And Even Business In A Covid-19 Special Session.

Read more

Conservative TN Lawmakers, Patriots Petition McNally & Left-Leaning Republican Senators For Special Session

Yesterday, A Sizable Group Of Patriotic Tennesseans Gathered On The Steps Of The Capitol In Nashville In Support Of The Calling Of A Special Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly To Address Mandates, Executive Orders And The Dangerous Edicts Coming From The Federal Government.

Read more

Inmates In Possession Of Cell Phones May Now Face Felony Charges

Tennessee Inmates In Possession Of A Cell Phone, Or Any Telecommunications Device While Inside A Penal Institution, May Be Charged With A Class E Felony, Effective July 1st, 2021.

Read more

Proposed TN Law Protects Citizens from Violent Protesters

Final Budget Negotiations Have Tennessee Legislators Reviving A Bill That Will Upgrade Charges Against Protestors And Will Allow Immunity In Certain Situations For Drivers Who Run Over Protestors.

Read more