New School Year, New Vaccine Requirements In Tennessee

During The 2021-2022 School Year, Parents And Guardians Were Required To Have A Healthcare Provider Sign For Religious Exemptions To Vaccines But The New School Year Has Seen A Significant Change In That Requirement – The Student’s Parent Or Guardian Can Now Sign, With No Signature From A Healthcare Provider Necessary.

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Tennessee Medical Schools Fear Accreditation Issues From Ban on Abortion Training

While Some Medical Professionals Continue To Claim That Negative Effects Are Going To Continue To Trickle Down From The Supreme Court’s Recent Reversal Of Roe V. Wade, Tennessee’s Medical Schools Claim They May Not Be Able To Meet Accreditation Standards If Residents Are Unable To Receive Training In Providing Abortions.

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Op-Ed: Land Between The Lakes And The Communist Exchange Program

In Selecting Your Next School Board Member, Commissioner, State Official Or Federal Representative In The Upcoming Elections, Ensure There Are No Ties To China, Past, Present, Or Future. Ensure They Do Not Peddle Diversity Of Culture, Supporting All Students, Everyone’s Favorite Buzzword “Equity” While Also Touting Experience Gained, And Might I Say Intelligence Gathered, From A Communist Country Who Has Essentially Declared Ideological War On The United States Of America.

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Corporate-Owned Businesses Scramble For Ways To Sidestep Tennessee Abortion Ban

After The Announcement Last Friday That The U.S. Supreme Court Had Overturned Roe V. Wade, Corporate-Owned Businesses In Tennessee Have Been Working On Ways To Sidestep The Expected Upcoming Trigger Law Abortion Ban In Tennessee And The Heartbeat Law, Now In Effect After The Sixth Circuit Court Of Appeals Lifted The Injunction On The Law First Passed In 2020.

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State Funded Reentry Office Aligns With New Equity Movement Favoring LGBTQ Population

A Year Old State Office Created By Governor Bill Lee To Address Recidivism Rates In Tennessee Is Aligning Itself With A New Equity Movement That Says “Justice-Involved” Gay And Transgender People Need More Resources Than Other Formerly Incarcerated Individuals In Order For Them To Successfully Reenter Society.

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Vanderbilt Pushes Social Justice Resources To Help Students Deal With ‘Systemic Racism’

Vanderbilt University Has Launched A New Website That Lists The Parade Of Resources It Offers To Connect Students With Social Justice-Based Opportunities, Resources And Counseling. Research Shows That These Sort Of Pricey Diversity Initiatives Generally Do Not Work And Tend To Exacerbate Racial Tensions On Campus.

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Vanderbilt Professor Delivers ‘Dying Of Whiteness’ Lecture At Cornell

A Vanderbilt University Professor Delivered A Speech Called “Dying Of Whiteness: How The Politics Of Racial Resentment Shaped The American Pandemic” At Cornell University On March 29. Racist Whites Don’t Want Free Healthcare Because It Helps Minorities, Professor Says.

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State Pre-K Detrimental To Kids Says Vanderbilt Study

Researchers At Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College Collected Data On Almost 3 Thousand Low-Income Children In Tennessee For More Than A Decade Only To Find That Attending The State’s Voluntary Pre-K Program Resulted In Negative Effects By Third Grade That Continued To Get Worse Over The Following Three Years.

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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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State Exempts Four Universities From Medical Freedom Legislation

After Passing Legislation To Stop Forced Vaccination In Tennessee, The State Issued Exemptions To Four Universities. The Exemption Allows Them To Require Vaccination In Order To Allow Them To Continue To Receive Federal Funding.

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