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???? Download the latest TN 2023 Legislative Action Flyer (Updated April 27, 2023)


(Policy Summary)

Description: As introduced, prohibits a healthcare provider from performing on a minor or administering to a minor a medical procedure if the performance or administration of the procedure is for the purpose of enabling a minor to identify with, or live as, a purported identity inconsistent with the minor’s sex. 

ACTION: Ask them to vote to approve this bill to protect our minor children from sterilization and mutilation.


(Policy Summary)

Description: As introduced, makes permanent limitations on claims against a person for loss, damage, injury, or death arising from COVID-19 and the prohibition on COVID-19 vaccine mandates.   

ACTION: Ask them to vote for: 1. Permanent prohibition on COVID-19 vaccine mandates and masking. Informed consent should be the law for all medical products, which is in the AMA code of ethics. We have the right to choose whether to accept or reject medical treatment or products. No COVID-19 vaccine or masking mandates in TN. 2. Allow the liability limitations for the state to expire. Anyone in our state who coerces someone into any medical mitigation measure or prevents us from obtaining medical treatment, should pay for any resulting loss, damage, injury, and death. 


(Policy Summary)

Description: As introduced, creates an offense for a person who engages in an adult cabaret performance on public property or in a location where the adult cabaret performance could be viewed by a person who is not an adult.

ACTION: Ask them to vote to approve this bill and ensure that significant, enforceable penalties are included to discourage repeat offenders. The parents of any minor in attendance at said events (drag shows) as well as the venue should be subject to the same penalties or endangerment of a minor. In addition, this legislation should be loop-hole free and applicable to every county and city in the state of Tennessee without exception and should supersede any city ordinance.  


(Policy Summary)

Description: As introduced, requires a person to obtain an enhanced or concealed handgun permit to carry a handgun in certain counties.

ACTION: Ask them to vote against this bill. Tennessee has already passed legislation removing the requirement for carry permits. This bill serves no purpose but to attempt to infringe on our 2nd Amendment rights and collect fees from citizens.