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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Bill To Limit Divisive Teachings in Universities Passes Both House and Senate Education Committees

A Proposal That Would Prohibit Higher Education Institutions In Tennessee From Forcing Students And Employees To Embrace Divisive Concepts Passed The House And Senate Education Committees On Wednesday.

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TN Subcommittees To Discuss Bill On ‘Divisive Topics’ In Public Higher Education

A Bill To Address Requirements Related To “Divisive Concepts” At Tennessee’s Public Colleges And Universities Is Set To Be Discussed In Both Tennessee’s Senate And House On Wednesday.

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Right To Work Committee Announces Leadership In All TN Counties

The Yes On 1 Committee Has Announced Its Regional And Local Leadership Team, Naming A County Chairman In All 95 Tennessee Counties. Yes On 1 Will Advocate For Amendment 1 To Place Right-To-Work In The Tennessee Constitution, Which Will Appear On The Ballot On November 8, 2022. Right-To-Work Says That Tennesseans Cannot Be Forced To Join A Union And Pay Dues In Order To Get Or Keep Their Job.

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Tennessee Businesses Find Relief In COVID Tax Deductions

As Tennessee Prepares To Send Out An Additional $45 Million In Federal Coronavirus Relief To Small Businesses Before The End Of The Year, Those Businesses Should Know They Won’t Be Taxed On Any Relief That Comes As Part Of The State’s Supplemental Employer Recovery Grant (SERG) Program.

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Proposed TN Law Protects Citizens from Violent Protesters

Final Budget Negotiations Have Tennessee Legislators Reviving A Bill That Will Upgrade Charges Against Protestors And Will Allow Immunity In Certain Situations For Drivers Who Run Over Protestors.

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Tennessee House Passes Measure To Make COVID Relief Tax Deductible For Businesses

Some Tennessee Businesses Could Receive More COVID-19 Pandemic Assistance After A Bill That Would Exempt Relief Funds From State Taxes Unanimously Passed The House On Monday Night.

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House Republicans Push Legislation Forward to Protect First Responders

Tennessee House Republicans Push Stringent Bills To Increase Penalties For Those Who Harm First Responders As They Perform Their Official Duties.

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