Will Legislators Act To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship In TN?

As We Head Toward The 2022 Midterms, Many Conservative And Republican Voices Have Been Banned From Social Media – Including Our Likely Presidential Candidate In 2024. Will Our Tennessee Lawmakers Propose Legislation To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship And The Harm It Will Cause Our Republican Party At The Federal And State Level?

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Top 7 News Stories Of The Week For Conservatives In Tennessee!

1) Senator Shane Reeves Says Special Session On Medical Freedom Is Not Needed
2) Knox County Schools Only Allow Two Exemptions To Mask Mandate
3) Metro Nashville Public Schools Host Mandatory Transgender Training For School Administrators
4) Republicans Blast FBI For Targeting Outspoken Parents At School Board Meetings
5) Biden Ignores Border Crisis Meeting Request; GOP Governors Propose Their Own Solutions
6) New DHS Guidelines State Entering U.S. Illegally Is Not Enough To Be Arrested
7) Hamilton County Schools Recommended Reading Exposes Children To Damaging Content, Ideologies

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Senator Shane Reeves Says Special Session On Medical Freedom Is Not Needed

In An Email To A Constituent, Senator Shane Reeves Stated That A Special Session On Mask Mandates In Schools, Biden’s Executive Orders And Governor Lee’s Executive Order Privileges Is Not Needed.

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TN General Assembly Passes Measure To Expand Access To Quality, Affordable Healthcare

Before Leaving Nashville Last Week, Tennessee Lawmakers Passed Certificate-Of-Need (CON) Reform, Which Would Reduce The Requirements And Costs Associated With Opening, Reopening Or Expanding A Hospital.

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TN Legislature Takes Steps To Lift Restrictions Limiting Access To Quality, Affordable Healthcare

The TN Senate Passed A Bill That Will Reform State Laws Surrounding Certificate Of Need For Healthcare Providers. According To The State Health Department, the CON Program Seeks To Deliver Improvement In Access, Quality And Cost Savings Through Orderly Growth Management Of The State’s Health Care System.

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Senate Committee Rolls Vaccine Religious Exemption Bill One Week

The Tennessee Senate Continues To Delay The Religious Exemption Protection Act, Allowing Action To Be Deferred To Next Week. This Delay Allows Additional Time For Individuals To Contact Committee Members To Support This Bill.

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Tennessee Medical Freedom Bills To Be Considered In Senate and House Committees

Next Week, The Tennessee Senate Commerce And Labor Committee & The House Business And Utilities Subcommittee Will Likely Be Voting On A Pair Of Bills Protecting The Medical Freedoms Of Tennesseans. Now Is The Time For Tennesseans To Contact The Senators And Representatives On The Committees To Voice Support.

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