TN Legislature To Consider K-12 School Vouchers, Insulin Price Cap This Week

Two Bills Set To Begin The Committee Process This Week Include Senate Bill 1674 To Expand Student Eligibility For K-12 Education Vouchers And House Bill 451 To Limit The Cost Of A 30-Day Supply Of Insulin To $100.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 Second Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

Tune in to the Second edition of The Tennessee Conservative’s BIG 7 for 2022!
1) Will Legislators Act To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship In TN?
2) Biden Approval Rating Drops To 33%
3) Maury County Mayor Refuses To Comply With OSHA Mandate
4) Parents Unhappy With Current School Choice Options In Tennessee
5) “Woke” Professors To Qualify For Tenure at University Of Tennessee
6) TN Bill Filed To Grant School Vouchers To Students Impacted By Virus Protocols
7) Left-leaning Groups Try To Stop Conservative Critical Race Theory Conference

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TN Bill Filed To Grant School Vouchers To Students Impacted By Virus Protocols

Parents In Tennessee Who Disagree With School Policies Regarding Required Masking Or Virtual Learning May Soon Get State Funding To Send Their Children To A Different School Of Their Choice, Including Private Schools.

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State Releases Draft For New Education Funding Model

As Legislators Hit Nashville For The 2022 General Assembly, The Tennessee Department Of Education Released A Draft Framework For The New Funding Formula. The Time Period For Public Comments Has Been Extended For Four Days, Now Ending On January 18.

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Parents Unhappy With Current School Choice Options In Tennessee

Parents Weighed In On A Statistic That The Tennessee Conservative Shared Regarding TCAP Test Scores From The 2020-2021 School Year And Overwhelmingly, The Response Was Disappointment In Tennessee’s Education Options.

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Details Straggling In On Education Funding Reform

Reforming Education Funding Is Set To Take Center Stage When State Lawmakers Convene Tuesday, Jan. 11 For The Second Year Of The 112th General Assembly.

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Tennessee Supreme Court Decides To Re-hear Arguments Regarding School Vouchers

The Tennessee Supreme Court Has Decided That It Will Re-Hear Arguments Regarding Governor Bill Lee’s School Voucher Program. Chief Justice Roger A. Page Signed An Order On Friday Announcing That The Court Would Sit Again On February 24th To Hear The Case.

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