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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Tennessee Red Flag Gun Law Scheduled For House Floor Vote And Senate Committee Consideration

A Red Flag Gun Bill That Would Expand Mandatory Reporting Laws Is Scheduled To Be Heard In The Senate Health And Welfare Committee And Voted On In The Tennessee House Of Representatives This Week.

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Bill Prohibiting Hospitals From Restricting In-Person Visitation Deferred Again In Tennessee Senate Committee

This Wednesday, Tennessee’s Senate Health And Welfare Committee Deferred Action For The Second Time On A Bill That Prevents Hospitals From Restricting Visitation Rights Of Those Who Are Designated To Hold Power Of Attorney For A Patient.

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Tennessee Senator Proposes Bill To Prohibit Hospitals From Restricting In-Person Visitation Of Patients (Update 1.29.24)

Last Week, A Tennessee Senate Bill That Would Require Hospitals To Allow In-Person Visitation For The Entirety Of A Patient’s Hospital Stay Was Deferred. The Bill Now Appears On The Schedule To Be Heard In The Senate Health And Welfare Committee On 1.31.24.

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Senate Committee Passes Right-To-Life Approved Bill To Clarify TN Abortion Ban

The Senate Health And Welfare Committee Voted Overwhelmingly To Send Senate Bill 745 (As Amended By The House) To The Full Senate For The Final Vote Needed Before Sending The Legislation To The Governor’s Desk. Tennessee Right To Life Is Grateful For The Committee Passing This Legislation That Will Clarify But Not Weaken The Human Life Protection Act.

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Tennessee Abortion Exemptions Bill Amended To Remove Anti-Pro-Life Language

Tennessee Right To Life Applauds The Full House And The Senate Judiciary Committee For Passing TRL Approved Language On HB883 And SB745 That Will Keep The Human Life Protection Act Strong And Working As Intended.

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Governor Lee’s Office Pushes To Dissolve Commission On Children And Youth Amid Foster Care Woes

Despite A State Crisis In Which Foster Children Are Staying In Worker’s Offices, Gov. Bill Lee’s Office Wants To Dissolve The Independent Tennessee Commission On Children And Youth.

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TN Bill To End Child Mutilation Moves Forward Following Intense Debate

In A Hearing Room Crowded With Those Who Were Gathered To Argue Their Perspective On The Issue Of Transgender Medical Treatment On Children, The Full House Health Committee Heard Testimony In Preparation To Vote To Move The Bill Forward In The Next Step In The Process For The Bill To Become Law.

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Tennessee Senators Advance Bill To Outlaw Child Mutilation

Yesterday, Senate Bill 0001 Was Presented To A Crowded Hearing Room, With Several From Both Sides Of The Argument In Attendance And Was Eventually Passed On To The Next Stage Of The Committee Process.

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Proposal To Ban Gender Transitions For Children Is Heading To Committee

A New Bill To Ban Gender Transition Procedures On Children In The State Of Tennessee Has Been Assigned To Committees In The House And Senate And Is On The Schedule To Be Heard This Week.

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