New School Year, New Vaccine Requirements In Tennessee

During The 2021-2022 School Year, Parents And Guardians Were Required To Have A Healthcare Provider Sign For Religious Exemptions To Vaccines But The New School Year Has Seen A Significant Change In That Requirement – The Student’s Parent Or Guardian Can Now Sign, With No Signature From A Healthcare Provider Necessary.

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Air Force Service Members Sue Over COVID Vaccine Mandate

A Group Of Air Force Service Members Have Filed A Lawsuit Against The Department Of Defense And The Head Of The Air Force To Block Them From Discharging U.S. Service Members Who Refuse The Covid-19 Vaccine, The Latest In A Series Of Legal Challenges To Government Vaccine Mandates.

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Chattanooga Woman Denied Religious Exemption And Fired Sues BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

A Bio Statistical Research Scientist Who Worked For BlueCross BlueShield Of Tennessee (BCBST) For More Than 16 Years Is Suing The Company After Her Religious Exemption To Getting A Covid-19 Vaccine Was Denied And She Was Subsequently Fired.

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Airman Sues Biden Administration Over Vaccination Exemption Denial

A Senior Airman Stationed At Barksdale Air Force Base In Bossier Parish, Louisiana Is Suing Over The Biden Administration’s Military Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate After Officials Denied Her Religious Exemption.

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Criticism Mounts Of Federal Policies Tracking COVID Vaccine Religious Exemption Requests

Fifty-Five Federal Agencies Have Issued Rule Changes To Track Employees And Others Who Request Religious Exemptions For The Covid-19 Vaccine. Critics Of The Tracking Say The Practice Is Discriminatory Against People Of Faith.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 Sixth Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

1) Call To Action! – Higher Education Anti-CRT Bill Headed To Subcommittee Next Week
2) New Tennessee Bill Would Disqualify Congressional Candidates Ortagus And Starbuck
3) TN Legislation Seeks To Eliminate CRT From Workplaces Across The State
4) Sexton Introduces Bill To Protect College Students And Faculty from “Divisive Concepts”
5) Legislators and State Education Officials Skip Out on School Funding Meetings
6) Republicans Support Healthcare Workers Rights To Religious And Medical Exemptions During Committee Meeting
7) Kelsey Postpones ACT Requirement Bill After Backing Down On UT “Wokeism”
8) Human Trafficking Across U.S. Borders Results In Murders, Other Atrocities

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Republicans Support Healthcare Workers Rights To Religious And Medical Exemptions During Committee Meeting

During A House Civil Justice Committee Meeting Yesterday, Tennessee Republicans Affirmed The Rights Of Tennessee’s Healthcare Workers To Receive Religious And Medical Exemptions In Lieu Of Taking Covid-19 Vaccinations.

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TN Bill To Force Employers To Accept Employee Vaccine Exemptions Slated For Committee

A Tennessee Bill That Would Require Employers That Have Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination Policies To Accept Employee Exemptions Will Be Reviewed By Committee On Wednesday, February 9th.

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