State Rep. Dan Howell to Seek Re-Election In 2022

November 30, 2021

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — State Rep. Dan Howell, R-Cleveland, today announced he will seek re-election in 2022 to the Tennessee House of Representatives. “Serving the people of Meigs, Polk and Bradley counties has been the honor of a lifetime, and I am excited to renew my pledge to continue advocating and working on behalf of House District 22 residents,” Howell […]

COVID-19 Special Session: Safeguarding the Constitutional Rights and Liberties of Tennesseans

October 30, 2021

Vaccine mandates outlawed Government entities shall not mandate a person receive a COVID-19 vaccine or mandate a private business or school to require proof of vaccination to access the business facilities or services. A private business, government entity, school, or local education agency cannot compel proof of COVID-19 vaccination or take adverse action against a […]

COVID Special Session: Rep. Terry’s Take

October 29, 2021

While some hold the false and dangerous belief that mandates, and in particular COVID vaccine mandates, provide bulletproof benefits and are without risk to an individual, others, conversely, underestimate the value in prophylactic prevention of  disease while overestimating the risk of that treatment.  Unfortunately, society is often pitted against one another with a false dichotomous […]

Greg Vital takes oath of office

October 13, 2021

NASHVILLE-Tenn. – Newly elected State Rep. Greg Vital, R–Harrison, was officially sworn in today, Wednesday, Oct. 13, in the House chamber of the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville. Vital received 80 percent of the vote for the House District 29 seat, which includes part of Hamilton County, in a special election held Sept. 14. “I’m […]

Representative Terry Addresses Pressing Issues in District 48

September 14, 2021

This summer and fall have proven to be quite an active period for the office of District 48 in Tennessee, and Representative Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) has been working to address the various issues that have arisen.  With issues including unemployment, education, public safety, and COVID, there has been a diverse range of topics that […]

Why Rep. Faison is passionate about organ donation

June 8, 2021

Why Representative Faison is so passionate about organ donation   After a bad car crash in 1989, Faison’s parents declined to take his sister off life support to donate her organs — and Faison has struggled with that choice since Brad Schmitt Nashville Tennessean • * Becky Faison died at 16 years old, leaving her […]

Why we banned Critical Race Theory

June 7, 2021

Your Tennessee General Assembly makes laws that protect the integrity of our state and defend those of us who are the most vulnerable. This time, the group in desperate need of defense is our children. A dangerous theory of thought is sweeping through our schools. You may have heard of it: Critical Race Theory (CRT). […]

Why we banned Critical Race Theory

June 7, 2021

Why we banned Critical Race Theory My son Gage will not be taught that he is held back because of the color of his skin. Gage has every opportunity that anyone else in America has, and the only thing standing in the way of his success is himself. I voted to ban CRT because Gage […]

New laws expand opportunities for military service men and women

May 21, 2021

Nashville, Tenn. – Tennessee National Guardsmen will now have more opportunities to further their education thanks to a new law that expands eligibility for tuition reimbursement. State Rep. Jerome Moon, R-Maryville, successfully guided passage of Tennessee’s Support, Training, and Renewing Opportunity for National Guardsmen (STRONG) Act.  The STRONG Act provides eligible service members in the […]

State Rep. Scotty Campbell passes first bill

April 7, 2021

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – State Rep. Scotty Campbell, R-Mountain City, officially passed his first bill as a member of the 112th Tennessee General Assembly and the House Republican Caucus. House Bill 115 passed unanimously on Thursday, April 1. House Bill 115 changes the allowed weekly attendance time for a child participating in a Parents’ Day Out or […]