Tennessee Workers Fight for Religious Exemptions to COVID Vaccines

Individuals Working In Tennessee Have The Right To Ask For A Religious Exemption To Taking A COVID-19 Vaccine, But That Does Not Guarantee That The Exemption Will Be Granted By Employers.

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Law Safeguarding Church Services During Pandemic Advances

Tennessee House Republicans Passed Legislation Further Protecting Tennesseans’ First Amendment Right To Hold Religious Services During A State Of Emergency.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 14, 2021

1) TN Government Overreach Killed 24.4% of TN Small Businesses
2) Hagerty Condemns Biden For Allowing Border Crisis To Expand To Tennessee
3)Governor Bill Lee and Other State Representatives Speak Out About Knoxville Shooting
4) Tennessee Congressman Fleischmann And Colleagues Call On VP Harris To Visit Border Immediately
5) Biden Administration Puts Religious Freedom Programs On Hold
6) Kelly Takes The Chattanooga Mayoral Seat, Hill And Hester Win For City Council

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Border Crisis in Tennessee UPDATE!!! Taxpayers Come LAST…

1) Border Crisis in Tennessee UPDATE!!! Taxpayers Come LAST…
2) Rutherford County Mayor Campaign Audited to Find Source of Mystery Funds
3) Tennessee’s Teacher Shortage Addressed With Second Round Of Grants
4) School District Takeover Proposal Stalls – For Now – In Tennessee Legislature
5) U.S. Supreme Court Overturns California’s Restrictions On In-Home Religious Activities
6) 172,000 Illegal Immigrant Crossings In March, Situation ‘Horrific To See’
7) Biden’s $1.5 Trillion Budget Only Includes A 1.7% Increase For National Defense
8) Tennessee Collector Car Auction To Run During Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

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U.S. Supreme Court Overturns California’s Restrictions On In-Home Religious Activities

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled Late Friday That California’s COVID-19 Restrictions On In-Home Religious Gatherings, Limiting Worship To Families From A Maximum Of Three Households, Could Not Continue.

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How Tennessee’s Vaccine Medical Exemption Bill Was Amended To Only Apply To COVID-19

The Tennessee Conservative Newsbreak Special.
Gary Humble from Tennessee Stands explains how Tennessee Senate Bill 187, that was supposed to provide Religious Exemptions to all mandated vaccines to Tennesseans, was amended to only apply to the COVID-19 pandemic.
What can concerned Tennesseans do next???

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Vaccine Medical Exemption Bill Passes Senate Committee With Support From Across The State

Yesterday, Senate Bill 187 Was Passed With An 8-1 Vote In The Tennessee Senate Health And Welfare Committee Supported By Residents Across The State.

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We The People Rally Coming To Nashville In Support Of Individual Liberty

Tennessee Stands Has Organized A Rally On Wednesday At The Capitol In Nashville. Immediately Following, They Are Planning To Walk To The Cordell Hull Building For The Senate Health And Welfare Committee Hearing To Support Senate Bill To Secure Religious Exemptions To Vaccines.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 26, 2021

1)Senate Committee Rolls Religious Exemption Bill One Week
2) Conservative TN Rep Griffey Stripped of Committee Assignments By House Speaker Sexton
3) Bill Granting TN School Boards Sole Authority To Close Schools Headed To Gov. Lee
4) Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Level Playing Field For Small Businesses
5) Biden Sets New Vaccine Target, Faces Questions On Border Crisis, Senate Filibuster
6) Former Senator Bill Brock of Chattanooga Passed Away On Thursday

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