Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution

This November 8th, Tennessee Voters Will Get To Decide Whether To Add ‘Right To Work’ As A Permanent Component Of The State Constitution.

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Oppression By The TN General Assembly On The Right To Keep, Bear & Wear Arms [Op-ed]

The Tennessee Legislature Refuses To Repeal Laws That Cause Infringements And It Is More Than Willing To Offer And Enact Laws That Create All New Categories Of Infringements, Such As As Governor Bill Lee’s 2021 “Permitless Carry” Law. Good Restorative Legislation Is Prevented From Being Considered Under Cover Of ”Doing Away” With New Restrictions Included In That Latest Version Of Tennessee Gun Laws.

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State Representative Explains Importance of Redistricting Process

Representative Gary Hicks (R-Rogersville-District 9) Explained The Importance Of Redistricting To Members Of The Hawkins County Chamber Of Commerce When He Spoke At Their May 26 Meeting.

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Lee Says No Timeline Set For School Choice Voucher Initiative

After Receiving The News That The Tennessee Supreme Court Ruled In His Favor, Governor Bill Lee Says He Still Does Not Have A Set Timeline For The Initial Start Of His Long-Awaited School Voucher Program.

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Tennesseans To Vote To Protect Religious Rights In Politics

This Fall, Voters In Tennessee Will Be Given An Opportunity To Remove Wording From The State Constitution That Bans Religious Leaders From Being Able To Serve In The State Legislature.

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Constitutional Flow Chart For Governance in Tennessee

The Original Tennessee Constitution Was Claimed By None Other Than Thomas Jefferson To Be The “Least Imperfect, And Most Republican” Of The State Documents He Had Seen. High Praise From One As Learned As He, And, It Should Be A Lesson To Tennesseans To Guard That Precious Jewel…

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Bill Prohibiting State Agencies From Lobbying For Or Against State Legislation Taken Off Notice

A Bill To Prohibit Taxpayer-Funded State Agencies From Lobbying For Or Against State Legislation Has Been Taken Off Notice For The House Public Service Subcommittee Due To A Likely Defeat Of The Companion Senate Bill In Committee And The Fact That The Practice The Bill Aims To Address Is Most Likely Already In Violation Of Tennessee Code And The State’s Constitution.

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Bills On Sexual Identity Change For Minors, Vaccine Discrimination & Right To Refuse Medical Treatment In TN Legislature

This Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly Has Been, And Continues To Be, A Whirlwind Of Activity With A Flurry Of Bills Being Introduced And Making Their Way Through The Legislative Process. Here Are Three Bills And/Or Resolutions That We Didn’t Write In-Depth Articles On This Week That We Believe Will Be Of Particular Interest To Conservatives In Tennessee.

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Pair Of Marijuana Laws Proposed In Tennessee Legislature

A Medical Cannabis Constitutional Amendment And A Recreational/Medical Cannabis Bill Have Been Proposed In Tennessee This Legislative Session.

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