Partisan School Board Elections Could Be Debated In Medical Freedom Special Session

Requiring Partisan School Board Elections In Counties Statewide Could Become A Fringe Topic This Week As The General Assembly Tries To Assert Its Authority Over Local Entities And Even Business In A Covid-19 Special Session.

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Preliminary Injunction Will Keep Lee’s Mask Order Unenforceable In Shelby County

A Federal Judge Granted A Preliminary Injunction Friday That Will Allow Shelby County Schools To Continue To Mandate All Students Wear Masks As A Way To Mitigate COVID-19.

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Families File Federal Lawsuit Against Governor Lee And Shelby County Mask Policies

Two Families In Shelby County Have Brought A Class Action Lawsuit Against Both Governor Lee And Shelby County, Claiming That The Governor’s Executive Order Allowing Parents To Opt Out Of School Mask Mandates Violates The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) And Section 504 Of The Rehabilitation Act.

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TN House Bill To Limit Health Board Power Heard In Committee

A New Bill Proposed By Tennessee Representative Jason Zachary Would Give County Mayors Across The State More Power Over Policies During A Response To Any Health Emergencies. In Doing So, It Would Also Limit The Authority Of Independent Health Departments.

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Potentially Expired COVID-19 Doses Administered In Shelby County

Tennessee Health Officials Are Working With Pfizer Scientists And Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Staff To Identify Whether Improperly Stored Or Expired Doses Of The COVID-19 Vaccine Were Administered In Shelby County.

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COVID-19 Vaccines Possibly Stolen, Children Vaccinated In Shelby County

A Shelby County Health Department Volunteer May Have Stolen Multiple Doses Of The COVID-19 Vaccine While Another Volunteer Administered The Vaccine To Children.

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State Investigation Uncovers 2,400 Wasted COVID-19 Vaccine Doses In Shelby County

Tennessee Will No Longer Send The COVID-19 Vaccine To The Shelby County Health Department (SCHD) For Allocation After A State Investigation Revealed Mismanagement And Waste Of More Than 2,400 Vaccine Doses This Month.

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