Bill To Ban Drag Shows For Tennessee Kids Dies In Senate Committee (Update 3.23.23)

The Republican Supermajority In The Tennessee Senate’s State And Local Government Committee Killed A Bill Aimed At Banning Adult Performers From Performing “Adult Cabaret” That Is “Harmful To Minors” By Failing To Offer A Second For The Bill To Be Considered And Voted On.

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Senate Committee Kills Bill To Protect Tennessee’s Sovereignty

A Bill That Would Restore State Sovereignty In Tennessee Failed In The Senate State And Local Government Committee On Tuesday.

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Tennessee Right To Life Opposes Sen. Briggs’ Amendment To Abortion Exemptions Bill

Tennessee Right To Life Continues To Strongly Oppose SB745 By Senator Briggs As Amended With Amendment #6282 That Was Filed By The Sponsor And Is Set To Be Heard In Senate Judiciary Tuesday, March 21, At 1:00 CT. The Proposal Would Weaken The Human Life Protection Act And Goes Far Beyond The Simple Clarifications That Legislators Have Requested.

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TN House Bill Aimed At Censoring News Organizations, Advocacy Groups Amended To Conform To Senate Version Removing ‘Controversial’ Elements

According To Bill Sponsor Representative Sam Whitson, A House Bill That Has Received A Great Deal Of Pushback From Concerned Tennesseans Will Be Amended To Conform To The Current Senate Version Which Removes The Most ‘Controversial’ Elements, Most Notably The Proposed Redefinition Of What A Political Action Committee Is Under Law.

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Getting Kids Out Of Failing Schools, Refusing Fed’s Education Funds, Lee’s Bloated Budget, Censorship Gone Awry & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• School Voucher Expansion Bill Passes Senate Education Committee
• TN House Speaker Proposes A Refusal On Federal Funds For Education
• Governor Lee Proposes $55.6 Billion Budget Plan
• TN Senate Bill To Censor News Organizations, Advocacy Groups Amended To Remove ‘Controversial’ Elements
• TN Bill To End Child Mutilation Moves Forward Following Intense Debate
• Bill To Ban Drag Shows For Children Passes Senate
• Amazon Pauses on Construction of Office Complex in Downtown Nashville

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TN Senate Bill To Censor News Organizations, Advocacy Groups Amended To Remove ‘Controversial’ Elements

A Senate Bill That Received A Great Deal Of Pushback From Concerned Tennesseans Has Been Completely Rewritten To Address The Most ‘Controversial’ Elements, Most Notably The Proposed Redefinition Of What A Political Action Committee Is Under Law.

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The Human Life Protection Act Is Now Under Attack!

The Human Life Protection Act Is Saving An Estimated 900 Children From Being Aborted In Our State Each Month. It Is One Of The Strongest Laws In The Nation To Protect Unborn Children And Is Working As Legislators Intended When They Passed It In 2019.

Senator Ferrell Haile And Representative Iris Rudder Have Filed A Bill To Weaken Tennessee Law That Is Protecting The Right To Life Of All Unborn Children.

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Insidious Attack On Freedom Of The Press & Tennesseans! Taxpayer-Funded College For Illegal Aliens? & Much More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• Rep. Sam Whitson And Sen. Richard Briggs Want To Silence And Censor Conservative Grassroots Groups, Publications, Individuals And Even Small Businesses In Tennessee With New Legislation
• Gardenhire Joins With Democrats To Give Illegal Aliens Taxpayer-Funded College Perks
• Bill To Ban Drag Shows For Minors Passes First Hurdle In Nashville
• Rep. Carr Withdraws Bill That Prioritized Foreign Labor Over Native Tennessee Workers
• Bill To Prohibit Sex Change Procedures, Treatments On Minors One Step Closer To Becoming Tennessee Law
• Powers And Niceley Introduce Legislation To Curb Transportation And Harboring Of Illegal Aliens In Tennessee
• Bill To Cut Nashville City Center Funding Calls Into Question Tax Plan For New $2.2B Titans Stadium

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Whitson Doesn’t Deny That His Bill Is An “Insidious Attack On Freedom Of The Press”

Confronted By Opposition To His Bill That Has The Potential To Censor News Outlets And Advocacy Groups Across Tennessee, Representative Sam Whitson Chose Not To Deny Allegations That It Is An Insidious Attack On The Freedom Of The Press.

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Senator Briggs Fails To Withdraw Bill From Consideration That Would Censor News Outlets And Advocacy Groups

Instead Of Withdrawing A Bill That Has The Potential To Censor News Outlets And Advocacy Groups Across Tennessee, The Chair Of The Senate State And Local Government Committee Rolled It To Next Week To Be Considered After Amendments Are Made.

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