Conservative Senator Frank Niceley Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Senator Frank Niceley (R-Strawberry Plains-District 8) Is Running For Reelection In The Republican Primary Slated For August 1st, 2024. Niceley, Who Assumed Office In 2012, Faces A GOP Challenger In The Primary. Here Is An In-Depth, But By No Means Exhaustive, Look At His Voting Record…

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Wilson County School Board Once Again Votes To Keep Pornographic Materials In School Libraries

Last Week The Wilson County School Board Once Again Voted To Keep Explicit Materials In School Libraries, Simply Adding Them To The High School Mature Reading List Which Parents Must Opt Into For Their Students To Gain Access.

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Williamson County Parents Speak Out Against Displaying Pride Flags In Classrooms

The Most Recent Meeting Of The Williamson County Board Of Education Was Highly Attended By Many Parents Wishing To Publicly Speak Out About Pride Flags In Local Classrooms.

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Public Comments Now Open For Tennessee School Letter Grades

Throughout The Fall, The Tennessee Department Of Education Is Inviting All Tennesseans To Participate In Public Engagement Opportunities On Best Practices For Determining School Letter Grades, Which Will Measure How The State’s K-12 Schools Are Serving Students And Helping Them Succeed Academically.

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Rep. Elaine Davis’ Bill To Require Public Comments At Government Meetings To Begin July 1st

Starting July 1st, Government Meetings Will Be Required To Have A Period Of Public Comments Thanks To House Bill 448, By State Representative Elaine Davis, R-Knoxville.

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Jefferson County School Board To Consider Committee Recommendation To Squelch Public Speech At Voting Meetings

As The Ink Was Drying On Governor Lee’s Signature On Public Chapter 300 (2023) Requiring A Period Of Citizen Comment At All Public Meetings Of Governing Bodies In Tennessee, The Policy Committee Of The Jefferson County School Board Was Constructing A Recommendation To Eliminate Public Comment At School Board “Voting” Meetings With Director Of Schools, Dr. Tommy Arnold Concurring.

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TN Attorney General’s Office Investigating Social Media Effects On Children

On Behalf Of Tennessee Consumers, The Tennessee Attorney General’s Office Is Investigating Social Media Companies For Providing And Promoting Social Media Platforms To Children And Young Adults Despite Knowing That Social Media Use Is Associated With Mental Health And Various Other Serious Harms.

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Gov. Lee Sets Special Session For Late August In Response To School Shooting

Five Months After A Shooter Killed Six People At The Covenant School In Nashville, Gov. Bill Lee Will Bring Lawmakers Back To Nashville To Cobble Together A Solution To The Mass Murder.

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