Legislation To Safeguard Religious Services During Times Of Crises Passes TN Legislature

An Act That Prohibits A Public Official From Limiting The Lawful Operation Of A Church Or Religious Organization, Including Religious Services, During A Time Of An Emergency, Major Disaster, Or Natural Disaster Has Passed The Tennessee Legislature With Overwhelming Votes In Favor.

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Bill Prohibiting Unlawful Restrictions On Churches Slated For Committee (Update 2/14/22)

A Tennessee Bill That Seeks To Prohibit Unlawful Restrictions Being Placed On Churches And Religious Organizations During Disasters Or States Of Emergency Will Be Reviewed By Committee On Tuesday, February 8th.

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TN Legislation Would Codify Family Visitation Of Hospital Patients, But With “Certain Conditions”

A New Bill Undergoing The Legislative Process In The Tennessee General Assembly Seeks To Require Hospitals To Allow At Least One Family Member To Visit A Patient During An End-Of-Life Situation When A Disaster Or Public Emergency Has Been Called.

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Lee Not Considering Mask Mandates, State Of Emergency For Now

During A Visit To Fall Creek Falls On Tuesday To Unveil A New Development, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Spoke About His Administration’s Current Plans Regarding The Omicron Variant And The Covid-19 Virus In General.

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Biden Approves Lee’s Request For TN State Of Emergency In Response To Tornadoes

Biden Declared A State Of Emergency In Tennessee On Tuesday After Tornadoes That Hit The State Overnight Friday Left Four Residents Dead. Gov. Bill Lee Asked Biden On Monday For The Declaration To Provide Assistance For Residents Of Cheatham, Decatur, Dickson, Dyer, Gibson, Lake, Obion, Stewart, And Weakley Counties.

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Legislators Question State’s $75 Million Contact Tracing Expense With Inexperienced Company

Without Full Legislative Consideration – And Without Public Disclosure – Tennessee Health Officials Have Spent $75 Million To Date, Paying A Hendersonville Medical Company To Handle Contact Tracing.

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TN State Of Emergency Still In Place Despite Gov. Lee’s Move

A State Of Emergency Remains In Effect For Tennessee Even Though The Governor Recently Declined To Extend A 20-Month-Old Executive Order In Response To The Pandemic.

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Mayor Andy Ogles: Ask YOUR County Mayor to Stand Up for Medical Workers!

As you know, our medical systems in Tennessee are sorely understaffed. Yet our brave nurses and doctors, who led us through the pandemic pre-vaccine, recently had their medical rights sold for 20 pieces of federal and corporate silver in Nashville.

Mayor Andy Ogles, rightly judging how the labor shortage is affecting his county’s health care system, issued a state of emergency to protect his healthcare workers and preserve the ability of local hospitals to function properly for county residents. Will your county mayor stand on Conservative convictions for our brave medical workers?

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This Week’s Top Stories For Conservatives In Tennessee – 11.19.21

BREAKING: Kyle Rittenhouse NOT GUILTY on ALL CHARGES!

1) Maury County Mayor Issues State of Emergency, Vows To Protect Freedoms
2) Illegal Immigration Study Committee Confirms Feds Running Resettlement Program With Zero Transparency
3) Lee Signs Sweeping Medical Freedom Bill Into Law
4) New Legislation To Be Filed To Protect TN Election Integrity
5) Williamson County School Board Mutes Parents Reading From Graphic School Library Books
6) Not All Republicans In TN General Assembly On Board With Partisan School Board Elections
7) OSHA Halts Implementation Of Workplace Federal Mandate After Court Order

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