Governor Lee Signs Law Removing Public Access To Autopsies Of Minors Who Are Victims Of Violent Crime

Governor Bill Lee Has Signed A New Law That Will Prevent Autopsies For Minors Who Are Victims Of Violent Crimes From Becoming Part Of Public Record.

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TBI Partners With Knoxville Law Enforcement To Find Area’s Missing Children

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Announced That A Recent Rescue Mission In Knoxville Resulted In The Location Of 11 Missing Children.

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Newly Signed Law Removes Vaccine Requirements For Foster And Adoptive Families In Tennessee

Potential Foster And Adoptive Parents In Tennessee Will No Longer Be Subject To Vaccination Requirements After Governor Lee Signed Legislation On Thursday Removing Those Stipulations.

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Law Protecting Religious Rights Of Foster, Adoptive Parents Signed By Governor Lee

On Thursday, Governor Bill Lee Signed A Measure That Will Enact The “Tennessee Foster And Adoptive Parent Protection Act,” Designed To Protect The Religious Freedoms Of Families Within The State.

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Governor Lee Signs Law Expediting Parental Rights Termination For “Substantial Non-Compliance”

Governor Bill Lee Signed Legislation Thursday That Will Require The Department Of Children’s Services To Expedite The Termination Of Parental Rights For “Substantial Non-Compliance.”

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Tennessee Year-Round Boarding School Bill Passes Senate Despite Concerning Issues

Proposed Legislation That Would Allow Year-Round Boarding Schools To Be Created In Tennessee For “At Risk” Youth Passed In The Senate Yesterday Despite Concerning Issues With The Bill.

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Tennessee Bill That Would Have Undermined Recent Protections Against Mature Minors Doctrine Stalled In Senate

A Caption Bill That Would Have Undermined The Protections For Children Against A Legal Doctrine Called “The Mature Minors Doctrine,” Was Stalled In The Tennessee State Senate.

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Year-Round Boarding Schools Bill Undermining Parental Rights Continues To Gain Momentum In Tennessee House

A Bill That Would Create Year-Round Boarding Schools Serving “At Risk” Youth In Tennessee Continues To Gain Momentum Despite Concerns Over The Lack Of Involvement In Such Schools By Parents.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Protect Religious Rights Of Prospective Foster And Adoptive Parents

A Bill That Protects Tennessee Foster And Adoptive Families From Being Required To Adhere To Policies Regarding Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity That Violate The Moral Or Religious Beliefs Of The Family Was Passed By The House Of Representatives On Monday.

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