Watson Champions Bill Allowing Unvaccinated Families To Adopt Kids In Tennessee (Update 2.26.24)

A Tennessee Bill, Sponsored By Senator Bo Watson And Representative Ron Gant, Would End Current Vaccine Rules For Families Fostering Or Adopting Babies Under 18 Months Old And Kids With Significant Medical Needs, Based On The Families’ Moral Or Religious Objections.

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2 New Tennessee Bills Advocating For Foster, Adoptive Parents Are Heading To Committee

Among The Stream Of New Legislation Filed For Consideration In The Tennessee General Assembly, Are Two New Bills With The Intended Purpose Of Fortifying The Individual Rights Of Those Who Wish To, Or Currently Participate In The Foster Care System As Either Foster Parents Or Even Those Who Are Looking To Adopt.

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Bill Introduced This Session Expands Ban On Common Core Materials From Being Used In Tennessee Schools

New Legislation Introduced In The Tennessee General Assembly Endeavors To Remove All Vestiges Of Common Core From The State’s Education System.

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Divisive Concepts Bill Continues Its Progress Through TN General Assembly

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Voted Yesterday To Concur With A Senate Amendment To The ‘Divisive Concepts In Higher Education’ Bill With The Majority Of Representatives Voting In Favor.

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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings in Universities Up For Senate Vote On Monday (Update 3/18/22)

The Senate Companion Bill To House Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Bill, That Would Impact How Public Institutions Of Higher Education Can Approach “Divisive Concepts” With Employees And Students, Is Up For A Vote On The Senate Floor Monday, March 21st.

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