Tennesseans Invited to TISA Public Rulemaking Hearing to Respond to Proposed Rules

The Tennessee Department Of Education Invites All Tennesseans To A Public Rulemaking Hearing To Respond To The Proposed Rules For The Tennessee Investment In Student Achievement (TISA) Act. The Hearing Will Take Place On Thursday, July 28th From 9 A.M. Ct – 12 Noon CT In Nashville, TN, And A Livestream Option Will Be Available For Attendees Statewide To Participate Virtually.

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Vanderbilt Denies Heart Transplant To 7-Month Old Baby Because He Is Not Vaccinated

The Transplant Team At Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt, Led By Dr. David Bearl Has Denied Placing 7-Month Old August Stoll On The Transplant List Due To His Vaccination Status.

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TN House Leadership Urges Lee To Block Health Dept From Distributing, Promoting, Recommending COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5

Speaker Cameron Sexton, Majority Leader William Lamberth And Republican Caucus Chair Jeremy Faison Signed Their Names To A Letter Penned By Representative Jason Zachary Urging Governor Lee To Block The Tennessee Department Of Health From “Distributing, Promoting Or Recommending” The Covid-19 Vaccine For Children Under Five Years Of Age.

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Curcio Disenfranchises Constituents By Abandoning Legislature Post To Become Lobbyist

Less Than Six Months Prior To Elections, Republican Representative Michael Curcio Resigned His Post In Favor Of A New Position As A Lobbyist, Donating The Majority Of The Funds Left In His Campaign Finance Account To His Own PAC And Leaving His Constituents Without An Elected Representative In The Position Until After The November Elections.

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Lawmakers Won’t Seek Hargett’s Resignation Following DUI Arrest

Tennessee’s Legislative Leaders Might Have Been Caught Off Guard By Republican Secretary Of State Tre Hargett’s DUI Charge After Bonnaroo Friday Night, But They Aren’t Calling For His Head.

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Tennessee’s Public And Community College Tuition Held Stable For 2022-23

Students Will Not Face A Tuition Or Fee Increase At Tennessee’s Public Community And Technical Colleges For The Upcoming Academic Year After The Tennessee Board Of Regents Voted Friday To Keep Rates Stable For The Second Time In Three Years.

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Tennessee Governor, Lawmakers Celebrate “Improved” Test Scores – Almost Two Thirds Of Students Below Grade Level

As Governor Bill Lee, The Tennessee Department Of Education (TDOE) And Republican Lawmakers Pat Themselves On The Back For A Job Well Done, Results From The 2021-2022 TCAP Assessments Show That Almost Two Thirds Of Students Are Below Grade Level In Almost Every Category For Which The State Conducts Testing.

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Federal Judge Rules To Keep Tennessee Judicial Conference Meetings Closed

Following Testimony From An Attorney For The State, U.S. District Court Judge Waverly Crenshaw On Tuesday Ruled That The Tennessee Judicial Conference Meetings Would Remain Closed To The Public And Media.

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Tennessee Republican Representative Resigns To Become Lobbyist

Less Than Six Months Prior To Elections, Republican Representative Michael Curcio (Dickson-District 69) Has Resigned His Post In Favor Of A New Position As A Lobbyist With Talbert Government Relations.

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