Federal Court Halts Vaccine Mandate Impacting Air Force Service Members

A Federal District Court In Ohio Has Blocked The Department Of Defense From Imposing A Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate On All U.S Air Force Service Members Whose Religious Exemption Requests Were Denied Or Are Pending.

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Following Vanderbilt’s Denial, Baby August Has Now Been Approved For Heart Transplant (Update)

The Tennessee Conservative Reported On June 27th That The Transplant Team At Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Led By Dr. David Bearl, Had Denied Placing A 7-Month Old Baby Boy On The Transplant List Due To His Vaccination Status. The Transplant Team’s Decision Was Reversed Yesterday, June 29th, And August Stoll Has Now Been Approved For Placement On The Heart Transplant List.

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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.

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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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Tennesseans To Vote To Protect Religious Rights In Politics

This Fall, Voters In Tennessee Will Be Given An Opportunity To Remove Wording From The State Constitution That Bans Religious Leaders From Being Able To Serve In The State Legislature.

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Action Alert: End Big Tech Censorship, GOP & Illegal Immigration, Religious Freedom & More: TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Update!

1) Social Media Common Carrier Bill Is One Step Closer To Becoming Law
2) Parent Bill Of Rights Blocked By House Health Subcommittee
3) Lobbying Transparency Bill Dies Due To Lack Of Subcommittee Support
4) Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature
5) Some Senate Republicans Do Not Support Legislation To Ban Abortions In Tennessee
6) Senator Janice Bowling Speaks On The Tenth Amendment And States’ Rights
7) Survey Shows All-Time Low Consumer Outlook In Tennessee

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Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature

An Act That Prohibits A Public Official From Limiting The Lawful Operation Of A Church Or Religious Organization, Including Religious Services, During A Time Of An Emergency, Major Disaster, Or Natural Disaster Has Passed The Tennessee Legislature With Overwhelming Votes In Favor.

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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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TN Bill Prohibiting Unlawful Restrictions On Churches Passes Senate Committee

A Tennessee Bill That Seeks To Prohibit Unlawful Restrictions Being Placed On Churches And Religious Organizations Passed The Senate State And Local Government Committee Yesterday And Heads To The Senate Floor For A Vote.

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TN Bill Prohibiting Unlawful Restrictions On Churches Awaits Senate Committee Approval (Update 3/17/22)

A Tennessee Bill That Seeks To Prohibit Unlawful Restrictions Being Placed On Churches And Religious Organizations Is Set To Be Considered By The Senate State And Local Government Committee On March 15th, 2022.

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