How I’m Voting & Why! Taxpayer Abuse, Drag Denied, Unreported Violations, Propaganda 4 Kids, Election Integrity Castigation, Failing Public Schools + More! – The TennCon Big 7!

In This Special Edition Of The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest, Brandon Lewis Talks About Who Is Getting His Vote For Governor And Why. He Also Reveals How He Is Going To Vote On Tennessee’s 4 Proposed Constitutional Amendments… Followed By Our Biggest 7 Stories Of The Week!

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Sexual Assault Cases At TN Elementary Schools Not Being Reported In Violation Of Title IX Law

According To Several Sources, 3 Separate Sexual Assault Cases That Occurred Within The Wilson County Schools District Were Not Reported To The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services Even Though Every Teacher And Administrator Is A Mandatory Reporter.

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Banned Books Video Played In Class Suggests Parents Are Wrong For Wanting To Shield Kids From Sexually Explicit Content (Update 10.5.22)

In What Is Described As “Blatant Disregard” For Parents, A Video Played Last Week In A Wilson County Classroom Suggests That Conservative Parents Are Wrong For Wanting To Shield Their Children From The Sexually Explicit Content Found In Books In Their School Libraries.

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Lebanon Attorney Misappropriated More Than $250,000 From Clients

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, Working In Conjunction With The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation And At The Request Of The District Attorney General Of The 15th Judicial District, Has Resulted In The Indictment Of Jennifer Porth.

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Family Values Organization Shares Back To School Checklist For Parents

Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) Has A Checklist For Parents With Children Heading Back To School For The Start Of A New Academic Year. CRI Is A Non-Profit Organization Working To Preserve And Advance A Culture Of Traditional Family Values.

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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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Parents Must Opt In To Allow Children Access To Mature Reading List After Parents Successfully Lobby School Board

Parents Registering Their Rising 9th Graders For The School Year In Wilson County Found That They Were Required To Opt-In If They Want To Allow Their Children To Access Sexually Explicit Material In The School Library Deemed To Be Mature Reading.

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Police Officer Shortage Affects School Safety in Middle Tennessee

A Police Officer Shortage Is Affecting School Safety In Middle Tennessee. Some Schools Will Not Have A Dedicated Resource Officer When The New School Year Begins, Which For Some Counties Is Next Week.

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