Bill To Keep Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children Hidden From The Public Passes By Voice Vote In Committee Led By Chairman John Ragan

A Bill To Keep Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children Hidden From The Public Passed The House Government Operations Committee Yesterday Afternoon By A Voice Vote.

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Were These 16 GOP State Senators Wrong On The Covid-19 Vaccine?

Two And Half Years Ago, 16 Out Of 27 Tennessee GOP Senators Signed A Letter Endorsing And Pushing An “Emergency Use Authorized” Covid-19 Vaccine That Never Provided What Federal And State Officials Were Pitching At The Time – Immunity To The Virus.

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Bill To Remove Access For Autopsies Of Minors Who Are Victims Of Violent Crime Reintroduced With New Sponsors In Tennessee General Assembly

If Tennessee House Bill 1695 Passes Into Law, Certain Cases May Never Be Fully Known To The Public, Leaving Responsible Parties The Ability To Conceal Facts And Be Shielded From Accountability.

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McNally To Miss Opening Weeks Of Session After Ankle Surgery

Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Will Not Be Presiding Over The Senate When The Legislature Returns To Session Jan. 9. Speaker Pro Tempore Ferrell Haile, Along With Deputy Speakers Dawn White, Shane Reeves And John Stevens Will Preside Over The Floor Session.

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TN Lawmakers Push Updated Psychiatric Bed Registry To Cut Emergency Room Burden

Amid The Debate Over Mental Health Care Versus Gun Control, Two Rutherford County Lawmakers Are Hoping To Improve The Flow Of Mentally Unstable Patients To Psychiatric Hospitals From Emergency Rooms. Rep. Sparks Urges Action Before Another Mass Shooting Takes Place.

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Republican Senators Take Issue With Tennesseans Rights To Religious Exemptions Enshrined In State Constitution

A Bill Aimed At Codifying The Constitutional Rights Of Tennesseans To Decline Vaccines For Religious Reasons In The Private Sector Failed In The Senate Commerce And Labor Subcommittee Yesterday.

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Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Captures Vote Of Confidence By Secret Ballot Amid Instagram Scandal

Barely Two Weeks After Revelations That He Posted Comments Next To Risque Photos On Young Gay Men’s Instagram Sites, Lt. Gov. Randy McNally Won A Vote Of Confidence From The Majority Of His Republican Peers In The Tennessee Senate.

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Gardenhire Joins With Democrats To Give Illegal Aliens Taxpayer-Funded College Perks

Sen. Todd Gardenhire (R-Chattanooga-District 10) Is Sponsoring A Bill That Would Give Illegal Aliens Free College Tuition In Exchange For Teaching In A Tennessee Public School For At Least Five Years.

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Tennesseans Hoping For More Transparency During Legislative Session May Be Disappointed

The Tennessee Legislature Appears To Have Taken On Step Forward And Three Steps Back In Providing More Transparency For Tennessee Taxpayers.

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Buses Of Illegal Immigrants Sent To TN, Legislators Divided On School Choice, 1st Amendment, DEI & Transparency + Much More!- The TennCon Big 7!

• Illegal Immigrants Sent To Tennessee While They Wait Their Turn In Court
• Nashville Nonprofits And Churches To Help Illegal Immigrants Heading To Tennessee
• Tennessee Legislators Divided On Proposed Expansion Of Education Savings Accounts
• Tennessean Continues To Exercise First Amendment Rights On Public Square Despite Possibility Of Arrest
• Scholars Push Equity And Inclusion Agenda At Nashville Math Conference
• Jefferson School Board Ends Practice Of Tracking Citizens
• TN State Senator Files Legislation To Increase Transparency Of Government Meetings
• Memphis City Leaders: Increased Crime May Scare Away Potential Investors

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