Knoxville Couple Sues Department Of Children’s Services For Religious Discrimination

A Knoxville Couple Is Suing The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services, Claiming Discrimination After A Christian-Based Adoption Agency Denied Them Services Because They Are Jewish.

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Lee Chairs Right To Work Amendment While Tiptoeing On Ford Question

Gov. Bill Lee Will Chair A Yes On 1 Campaign To Put The State’s Right To Work Law In The Tennessee Constitution, But When It Comes To Ford Motor Co., The Governor Won’t Say Whether He’ll Actively Campaign Against Unionization At The West Tennessee Plant Scheduled To Open In 2025.

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End The Emergency

The Emergency Powers Of Gov. Bill Lee Need To Be Limited Immediately. The Extended State Of Emergency Which Now Governs The State Of Tennessee Is Unconscionable. Further, It Has Rendered The General Assembly Ineffective In Their Oath Of Office. The People Request The General Assembly To End The Current Emergency. Additionally, They Need To Further Constrain Both The Scope And Duration Of Emergency Powers Of The Governor By Requiring Approval By The House And Senate Before They Become Effective Or Extended.

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Tennesseans Send Message To General Assembly Before Special Session

Williamson County Resident Kristin Benton Is Collecting The Signatures Of Tennesseans Through Her Website For A Petition That Will Be Delivered To The General Assembly Ahead Of The Special Session On Wednesday.

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Tennessee Attorney General Warns Against Requiring Legislators To Confirm Position

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery Criticized A Constitutional Amendment Proposing That The Position Of Attorney General Be Approved By State Legislators After Being Selected By The State Supreme Court.

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Right To Work Committee Announces Leadership In All TN Counties

The Yes On 1 Committee Has Announced Its Regional And Local Leadership Team, Naming A County Chairman In All 95 Tennessee Counties. Yes On 1 Will Advocate For Amendment 1 To Place Right-To-Work In The Tennessee Constitution, Which Will Appear On The Ballot On November 8, 2022. Right-To-Work Says That Tennesseans Cannot Be Forced To Join A Union And Pay Dues In Order To Get Or Keep Their Job.

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Lee’s Executive Order Opens Door For Construction Of Temporary Quarantine/Isolation Facilities In TN

Governor Bill Lee, With Little Fanfare, Signed A New Executive Order On Friday, August 6th Which May Be The Most Bombastic Yet, If Not Downright Nefarious. And That Is Saying A Lot Considering That Last Year, The Governor Signed Orders Issuing Lockdowns And Calling Workers Nonessential In Addition To “Encouraging” Churches To Remain Closed. But Executive Order 83 Seems To Fall Right In Line With The Plans Of The Biden Administration And Sets The Table In Tennessee For A Healthritocracy To Literally Take Over State Government And Completely Obliterate Individual Liberties Here In Our State.

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