Red Flag Gun Bill To Expand Mandatory Reporting Passes In Tennessee House

A Red Flag Gun Bill To Expand Mandatory Reporting Laws For Mental Health Professionals Was Passed On The Floor Of The Tennessee House Of Representatives On Thursday By A 79-7 Vote.

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Bill Mandating Firearm Safety Training For Tennessee Public School Students Passes In Committee, Moves To House Floor (Update 2.23.24)

A Bill Mandating Firearm Safety Training For Tennessee Public School Students Passed The House Education Instruction Committee Yesterday 12-3 And Now Moves To The House Floor For A Vote.

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House Committee Passes Bill Requiring AI Policies For Tennessee Public Schools

The House Government Operations Committee Moved Forward With Legislation That Would Require Tennessee’s Public Schools And Universities To Create Policies For The Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Schools.

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House, Senate Committees To Hear Bill Requiring AI Policies In Tennessee Schools

The Tennessee House And Senate Are Both Scheduled To Hear A Bill Next Week That Would Require Schools In The State To Create Policies Regarding The Use Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) By Students, Teachers, Faculty, And Staff.

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Tennessee House Education Committee Passes Bill Requiring Schools To Adopt AI Policy

Legislation That Would Require Schools In Tennessee To Create Policies Regarding The Use Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) By Students, Teachers, Faculty, And Staff Has Passed The House Education Administration Committee And Will Proceed To The Government Operations Committee.

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House K-12 Subcommittee Passes Bill To Mandate AI Usage Policies For Tennessee Schools (Update 1.29.24)

Last week, Tennessee’s House K-12 Subcommittee voted to move forward with a bill that would require schools to institute policies regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI). This week the bill will be heard by the full House Education Administration Committee.

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Rep. Cepicky Introduces Bill Regarding AI Use In K-12 Schools And Universities

As Tennessee Universities Begin To Formulate Official Policies Regarding The Use Of AI In Coursework At The College Level, One State Representative Has Introduced A Bill That Will Require All K-12 School Districts And Public Institutions Of Higher Education To Adopt Rules Governing Its Use.

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Tennessee Legislature Opens With New House Gallery Policy Restricting Access

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Is Operating With New Access Rules That Restrict The Public’s Entrance Into Upstairs Galleries As The Legislature Opens The 2024 Session, Even As It Is Set To Take Up Several Critical Bills Such As The Governor’s School Voucher “Scholarships” Plan.

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Tennessee General Assembly Set To Reconvene Next Week

With Lots Of Work To Be Done, Tennessee’s 2024 General Session Begins At Noon On Tuesday, January 9th. Representative Scott Cepicky Didn’t Mince Words When He Said He Anticipates The Coming Session To Be “Contentious.”

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TN Health Department To Pay Ex-Vaccine Chief $150,000 In Lawsuit Settlement

After Two Years, Tennessee’s Former Top Vaccine Official Is Set To Receive $150,000 As Settlement In Her Lawsuit Against The State.

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