Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) on Thursday made clear his support for ending the requirement that law-abiding citizens obtain a permit before being able to carry a gun for self-defense. More>>
Tennesse Gov. Bill Lee was under fire from Republicans and Democrats alike Friday after signing a proclamation designating Saturday, July 13 as Nathan Bedford Forrest Day, a state “day of special observance” honoring a Confederate general and early leader of the Klu Klux Klan. More>>
NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s GOP-led House Monday night voted 69-24 to send a controversial “trigger” abortion bill to Republican Gov. Bill Lee for his consideration. More>>
On Monday, Governor Bill Lee attended an event honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I know how hard it was for Gov. Lee to do what he did when the keynote speaker gave his address. In my eyes, he passed his first hard policy test as governor. And Dr. King might have understood the true nature of the test he passed. More>>
NASHVILLE, Tennessee, January 31, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Tennessee may join the growing list of states moving to protect babies as soon as their heartbeats can be detected, judging by the state’s new Republican Gov. Bill Lee.
GOP state Rep. James Van Huss introduced a bill in the General Assembly that would require abortionists to test for and document fetal heartbeats before abortion, and if one is found they would be barred from committing the abortion except in medical emergencies. Preborn babies’ hearts finish forming around seven or eight weeks into pregnancy. More>>