Illegal Aliens, Foreign-Owned Land, SROs & Common Core: Conservative Bills That Failed In Tennessee This Legislative Session

The Tennessee General Assembly Officially Adjourned Their 2024 Legislative Session On Thursday, April 25th. Some Conservative Legislation Wasn’t ‘Killed’ Outright But Failed To Make Any Significant Progress In The Lawmaking Body This Year.

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Tennessee House Passes Bill To Improve Process Of Removing “Squatters” From Property

The Tennessee House Has Passed A Bill That Protects The Rights Of Property Owners Against “Squatters.”

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Tennessee House Passes Legislation Authorizing Retired Law Enforcement, Veterans As School Resource Officers

Tennessee House Representatives Passed A Measure On Tuesday That Will Allow Public And Charter Schools To Hire Retired Law Enforcement And Military Personnel As On-Campus Security In School Resource Officer Positions.

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Tennessee Bill To Authorize Retired Law Enforcement, Veterans To Serve As School Resource Officers Moves Forward

The Tennessee House Finance, Ways, And Means Committee Has Recommended A Bill For Passage That Would Allow Tennessee Public And Charter Schools To Hire Retired Law Enforcement And Military Personnel As On-Campus Security In School Resource Officer Positions.

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Tennessee House Subcommittee Passes Bill Authorizing Public Schools To Hire Retired Officers Or Veterans As SROs

The House Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee Moved Forward On Wednesday With Legislation That Will Allow Tennessee Schools To Hire Retired Police Officers And Veterans As School Resource Officers.

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Tennessee Bill That Blocks 3rd-Party Data Mining Of College Student Information Passes House, Senate Unanimously

A Tennessee Bill To Prevent Third-Party Vendors Who Enter Data For The State’s Colleges From Selling That Information Has Passed In Both Chambers Of The Legislature Unanimously.

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Bill That Will Enable Schools To Engage Retired Law Enforcement/Military To Work As SRO’s Rolled To This Week

Last Week In The Tennessee House K-12 Subcommittee, Members Rolled A Bill To This Week That Will Allow For Schools To Engage The Services Of Retired Law Enforcement And Military As SRO’s In Schools Who Currently Do Not Have One On The Premises.

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Tennessee Bill Would Change Absentee Ballot Application Deadline

Tennessee’s Senate Passed A Bill This Week That Would Require Voters To Request An Absentee Ballot 10 Days Before An Election Instead Of The Current Seven Days.

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Proposed Tennessee House Bill Would Allow Schools To Hire Retired Officers, Veterans As SROs (Update 2.13.24)

The House K-12 Subcommittee Is Set To Hear Potential Legislation That Would Allow School Systems To Hire Retired Law Enforcement Officers And Veterans To Fill School Resource Officer Positions.

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Tennessee Legislators File Bills To Change State Election Laws

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Considering Several Pieces Of Legislation That Would Bring Changes To Elections Laws In The State.

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