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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TN Senate Passes Bill To Reinstate SNAP Benefits Work Requirement

Tennessee Senators Passed A Bill That Would Reinstate A Work Requirement For Anyone Receiving Temporary Government Assistance.

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Tennessee Bill To Allow Cities To Set Their Own Minimum Wage Fails

A Tennessee Bill That Would Allow Cities And Counties To Set Their Own Minimum Wage Failed In A Senate Committee Tuesday, But A Separate Bill To Require Individuals With Disabilities To Receive The Minimum Wage Throughout The State Passed.

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TN Bill That Would Disqualify Congressional Candidates Ortagus & Starbuck Raises Constitutional Questions

A Bill That Would Put An Additional Residency Requirement On Candidates Seeking Congressional Seats In Tennessee Advanced Tuesday From A Senate Committee, But Its Constitutionality Was Questioned.

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TN Legislature Prohibits Instant Runoff Voting Amid Lawsuit By Memphis Political Activists

Despite A New Lawsuit Against Tennessee Over Instant Runoff Voting, The Legislature Voted Monday To Prohibit The Method Of Rank Voting.

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Legislators Push For Ballot Question Move On Marijuana

After Years Of Marijuana Bills Being Kicked Around The General Assembly, Only To Be Booted, Two Lawmakers Are Hoping To Find Out Exactly What The Public Thinks About The Weed With A Ballot Initiative.

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Carrying Handgun Without Permit Approved By Tennessee Senate

The Tennessee Senate Passed Legislation Thursday That Would Allow For The Carrying Of Handguns In The State Without A Permit. The Senate Bill’s Companion, House Bill 786, Still Is Working Its Way Through The Committee Process In The House.

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Bill To Allow Governor To Order Schools To Reopen Passes Tennessee Senate (Update)

The Tennessee State Senate Approved Legislation Monday Evening That Would Allow Governor Bill Lee To Order Schools To Offer In-Person Learning.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Advances In Tennessee Senate

Legislation That Would Add Tennessee’s Right-To-Work Law To The State Constitution Received A Positive Recommendation From Senate Judiciary Committee. The Legislation Would Prohibit Discrimination Based On Employee’s Membership, Affiliation, Resignation From, Or Refusal To Join Any Labor Union Or Employee Organization.

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Tennessee Democrats Call For $1B Investment Toward A ‘Path To Recovery’

Tennessee Senate Democrats Are Calling For A $1 Billion Investment In Public Health Clinics, School Renovation, Clean Energy Jobs And Broadband Internet Expansion Ahead Of Gov. Bill Lee’s State Of The State Address Today.

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