House Passes Bill That Would Require Expense Reports From Non-Profits 60 Days Before Elections

In An 87 To 3 Vote, With 5 Representatives Abstaining, A Bill That Would Require Non-Profits To Report All Expenditures Of 60 Days Prior To Elections Was Passed By The Tennessee House.

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Controversial Antiparasitic Drug To Be Sold Over-The-Counter In Tennessee

A Set Of Bills Has Passed That Will Allow Ivermectin To Be Sold Over-The-Counter In Tennessee Without A Prescription. The Legislation Authorizes A Version Of The Drug That Is Suitable For Human Use To Be Provided By A Pharmacist To Patients Who Are 18 Years Of Age Or Older Pursuant To A Valid Collaborative Pharmacy Practice Agreement.

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Violation Of Prohibited Concepts Law Reported In East Tennessee High School

In A Social Media Post Last Week, Representative Susan Lynn (R-Old Hickory-D57) Reported On An Apparent Violation Of The Prohibited Concepts Law That The Tennessee General Assembly Passed Last Year.

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House Republicans Favor Businesses Over Employees By Sidelining Anti-CRT Bill

Representative Bruce Griffey’s Bill To Eliminate Required Critical Race Theory And Associated Training From Tennessee Workplaces Was Relegated To A Summer Study By The House Banking And Consumer Affairs Subcommittee Yesterday, February 23rd.

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Tennessee House Republicans Ready To Fight For Individual Choice!

In A Twitter Post Last Night, Tennessee House Republicans Declared, “COVID Special Session Starts Tomorrow And House Republicans Are Ready To Fight For Your INDIVIDUAL CHOICE.”

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Tennessee Organization That Represents Lee Co. Opposes Business Restrictions

Last Week As The Tennessee Legislature Closed One Special Session And Started Readying Itself For Another, The Tennessee Business Roundtable Announced That It Opposes All Efforts To Either Impose Or Restrict Company Policies Regarding Covid-19.

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Proposed TN Constitutional Amendment Allows Prisoner Labor Without It Being Considered Slavery

The Tennessee House Has Approved A Proposed Constitutional Amendment That Would Change The State Constitution’s Wording To Allow For Prisoners To Work Without It Being Considered Slavery.

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