Tennessee Public School Omnibus Bill Narrowly Passes House Subcommittee, Moves Forward To Full Education Committee

After Over 2 Hours And Much Discussion, HB1183 – The School Voucher Legislation That Has Been Called “The House Public School Omnibus Bill,” Passed Out Of The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee With A Roll Call Vote Of 6 Yes, 2 No’s And 2 Present Not Voting.

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All Hands On Deck Call To Action To Stop Illegal Immigration In Tennessee

It Is Rare That I Will Give An “All-Hands-On-Deck” Call To Action To Get Your Full Support And Participation. This Is One Of Those Times… We Are Hosting A “Protect Tennessee’s Borders Rally” On March 20th On The Capitol Steps In Nashville Behind The Beth Harwell Plaza At 1PM Central. AND I NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE IT SUCCESSFUL! Here’s How You Can Make A Difference, Before It’s Too Late…

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Bill Allowing Unvaccinated Families To Foster & Adopt Passes In Tennessee House Subcommittee By Voice Vote

A Bill To Combat Current Vaccine Requirements By Allowing Moral And Religious Exemptions For Tennessee Families Who Want To Foster Or Adopt Children Under 18 Months Old And/Or Children With Significant Medical Needs Has Been Passed In The House Children And Family Affairs Subcommittee.

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Tennessee Bill That Seemingly Strips Power From Commission Passes Subcommittee In Voice Vote Led By Iris Rudder

A Bill That Seemingly Strips Power From A Representative Commission, Handing It Over To One State Employee, Passed The Tennessee House Public Service Subcommittee Yesterday Afternoon By A Voice Vote.

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Tennessee House Subcommittee Pushes Through Bill To Protect Hospital Visits For Patients

The House Health Subcommittee Moved Forward With A Bill That Would Prevent Tennessee Hospitals From Keeping Individuals Who Hold Power Of Attorney For A Patient From Visiting That Patient.

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House Subcommittee Passes Bill To Increase Time On Tennessee’s Sex Offender Registry

A Bill That Would Extend The Length Of Time That An Individual Is On The Tennessee Sex Offenders Registry Was Heard By The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee On Tuesday And Will Be Moving On To The Full Committee.

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Tennessee Bill Would Limit PSL Increases For 10-Year Seat Holders At New Nissan Stadium

Tennessee Rep. Larry Miller, D-Memphis, Plans To Push A Bill That Will Limit The Amount Of Increase For The Cost Of A Personal Seat License At The New Nissan Stadium That He Plans To Present To The House Business And Utilities Subcommittee On March 12.

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American Refugees – Will The Influx Of Blue State Refugees Into The Heartland Ruin The Country Or Save It?

America Is Badly Divided. Urban And Coastal Progressives Openly Loathe Traditional Americans Living In Rural Areas And “Flyover Country,” Hillary’s “Deplorables,” And The Scorn Is Reciprocated. At The Same Time, An Exodus Is Under Way From Blue States As Many Residents Flee High-Tax, Crime-Ridden Cities Plagued By Homeless Encampments, Open-Air Drug Dens, And Toxic Woke Policies, Seeking Refuge In Red States Such As Texas, Florida, And Tennessee. In These Tumultuous Times, Patriots Must Unite.

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Tennessee Needs Anesthesia Providers Who Are Highly Educated And Skilled! We Do Not Need A Lesser Option

Tennessee Conservatives Should Understand That There Is A Move Within The State Legislature That Aims To Introduce An Additional Anesthesia Provider To The State. This Provider Is Claimed To Be Available And Cost Effective. This Is Absolutely Not Accurate.

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Keeping Politics Out of the Courtroom – Interview With Tennessee’s 21st Judicial District Circuit Court Candidate David Veile

Join The Tennessee Conservative’s Kelly Jackson As She Sits Down With Current Candidate For Circuit Court Judge For The 21st Judicial District, David Veile, As They Discuss The Topic Of Judicial Activism, And The Role Of Politics In Our Courts (Spoiler Alert, It Shouldn’t Have One!).

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