Conservative TN Lawmakers, Patriots Petition McNally & Left-Leaning Republican Senators For Special Session

Yesterday, A Sizable Group Of Patriotic Tennesseans Gathered On The Steps Of The Capitol In Nashville In Support Of The Calling Of A Special Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly To Address Mandates, Executive Orders And The Dangerous Edicts Coming From The Federal Government.

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TN GOP Critical Of Lee’s Handling Of Covid By Executive Order

The Tennessee GOP Weighs In On the Prolonged State Of Emergency And The Sunsetting Of The Governor’s Emergency Powers, School Boards And Health Boards Who Defy The Will Of The Electorate, And Medical Freedom Abuses By Private And Public Organizations.

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Legislative Committee Focuses On TN Vaccination Efforts For Minors

A Discussion On Tennessee’s Vaccination Policies And A Follow-Up On A Past Meeting With The Department Of Health Dominated The Tennessee Legislature’s Government Operations Committee Meeting Wednesday.

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Tennessee Department of Health Releases Reasons For Vaccine Chief’s Termination

A Letter Released Thursday By The Tennessee Department Of Health Indicates the Head Of The State’s Vaccine Program, Dr. Michelle Fiscus, Was Fired Over A Lack Of Leadership, Poor Working Relationships With The Members Of Her Team And An Unwillingness To Consult With Superiors.

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TN Dept Of Health’s Immunization Program For Children Continues

The Tennessee Department Of Health Said Wednesday It Has “In No Way Halted The Immunizations For Children Program” On The Heels Of The State Firing Its Top Vaccine Official And Discontinuing Adolescent Vaccine Outreach For Other Vaccines.

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TN Judge Closes Public Hearing On Illegal Alien Shelter While GOP Leaders React to License Suspension (Update)

Yesterday, An Administrative Law Judge Presided Over A Hearing Regarding The Suspension Of The License Of The Baptiste Group To Operate A Shelter Housing Illegal Alien Minors In Chattanooga. The DCS Filed Two Motions Prior To The Hearing, To Close Proceedings To The Media And Public.

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GOP Leaders Warn TN Health Dept For Pushing Vaccines On Minors

Republican Lawmakers Threatened To Do Away With The Tennessee Department Of Health During A Meeting Last Week After Discussions About The Department’s Blatant Targeting Of Minors Receiving The COVID Vaccine Without Consent From Parents Or Guardians.

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DCS Reports on Abuse Investigation at Chattanooga Immigrant Shelter

Allegations Of Child Abuse Have Surfaced From A Chattanooga Shelter That Is Housing Unaccompanied Immigrant Children. The Tennessee Dept Of Children’s Services Says Local, State, And Federal Authorities Are Investigating After A Report Of Abuse Was Made By A Child Staying At The Shelter.

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Thousands Of Tennessee Families, Teachers Benefit From Literacy Initiative

The Tennessee Department Of Education Said On Wednesday That They Have Been Able To Provide Reading Training, Support, And Resources To Thousands Of Families And Teachers Across The State In An Effort To Increase Literacy Rates In Students.

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Legislation Requiring Watermarks On Absentee Ballots Heads To Lee’s Desk

The Tennessee Legislature Nearly Unanimously Approved A Bill That Requires The Addition Of A Watermark On All Absentee Ballots.

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