Special Session To Address Mutilation Of Kids, Nashville’s Pro-abortion Resolution, All-Girls School Admits Boys Who Identify As Girls, Drag Shows For Kids + More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) Concerned Tennesseans Call For Special Session To Address Mutilation Of Kids At Vanderbilt
2) Pro-life Groups Urge Metro Nashville City Council To Vote Against Pro-abortion Resolution
3) Nashville All-Girls School Ignores Parent Concerns, Enacts Gender Diversity Policy To Admit Boys Who Identify As Girls
4) American Classical Education Faces Misinformation And Dishonest Opposition In Quest To Open Tennessee Charter Schools
5) Chattanooga’s WanderLinger Brewing Company Promotes “Wildly Inappropriate” Drag Show For Kids
6) Pink Palace Drag Show Canceled At Last Minute By Memphis Museum
7) TN Supreme Court Denies Appeal for Nashville Taxpayer Protection Referendum For 2nd Time
Bonus Stories:
• TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors
• As Major Metro Schools Approach $30K Spending Per Student, Performance Plunges
• Savage Gulf Becomes Tennessee’s Newest State Park

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TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors, ‘Republicans’ Acting Like Democrats, Public Schools Bypassing TN Law + More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors – Now Leadership Reverses Course
2) Blount County Republican Women’s President Stands By Her Principles, Resigns After Ultimatum Issued By TN RINOs
3) Williamson County GOP Chair Claims Racism Is Cause For Critical Examination Of Special Nomination Convention
4) New LGBTQ School Club In Tennessee Middle School Includes Polyamory Flag
5) Resource Book Available In Tennessee High School Teaches Students How To Argue With “Homophobic Christians”
6) Banned Books Video Played In Class Suggests Parents Are Wrong For Wanting To Shield Kids From Sexually Explicit Content
7) Tennessee Citizens Push Back Against ETSU’s Request For Blanket Authority To Mandate Vaccines

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TN RINOs Killed Bill That Would Have Prevented Vanderbilt’s Mutilation of Minors – Now Leadership Reverses Course 

Representative Jason Zachary Is Calling Upon The Tennessee General Assembly To Pass Legislation That Will Prevent Minors From Receiving Radical Surgeries After Matt Walsh’s Investigation Of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Transgender Clinic.

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TennCare Bill Would Give Contract To Company Linked To Bid-Rigging Complaint

Lawmakers Held Up Legislation Wednesday That Would Create An Opening For A TennCare Contract To Be Given To A Massive Company Connected To A Bid-Rigging Lawsuit Filed Against The State.

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Nashville And Memphis Prevented From Mandating Masks

Leaders In Nashville And Memphis Are Once Again Eager To Mandate Masks For Their Cities, Despite Waning Numbers Of Cases, But Governor Bill Lee Says That A New Emergency Declaration Is Not Needed.

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Vanderbilt Hits Snag Over Plan To Build Hospital In Rutherford County

A Plan By Vanderbilt University Medical Center To Expand Its Rutherford County Footprint With A New 42-Bed, $144 Million Hospital Is Once Again Facing Opposition From Major Hospitals Already Serving Patients In The Fast-Growing Region.

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Vanderbilt Studying Ivermectin As Treatment For COVID-19

After Official Spokesperson William Schaffner, MD, Said That There Was No Proof That Ivermectin Was Helpful As A Treatment, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Is Now Conducting An Ongoing Study To See If Ivermectin And Other Drugs Can Be Used To Treat Covid-19.

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Tennesseans Get Mixed Message At Biomedical Ethics Lecture

Dr. Diekema Spoke About Overcoming Parental Objections To Care For Minor Children With Communication And Persuasion As Physicians Must Have Parental Consent To Treat Children.

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Tennessee Has Recommended Vaccinated Lose Access To Monoclonal Treatment

The TN State Govt Recommends That Residents Who Are Fully Vaccinated Be Denied Monoclonal Antibody Treatment. They Have Said It Is Being Done In An Effort To Preserve The State’s Limited Supply. Recent Caps Were Put On Federal Shipments Of The Drug.

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