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Topic - Stacey Campfield
A proposal to dial back the implementation of Tennessee's Common Core standards has failed this session.
A proposal that would protect schools from lawsuits for allowing traditional winter celebrations, or religious displays, has passed the Senate.
A proposal that seeks to do away with local government's power to decide whether to allow firearms in public parks advanced to a full Senate vote on Tuesday despite opposition from the governor.
An 8-year-old girl fueled by her anti-welfare reform caretakers followed a lawmaker around the Tennessee Capitol on Thursday until he was shamed into dropping his bill that tied a portion of benefits to students' academic progress.
A state lawmaker in Tennessee has introduced legislation that would force school administrators to tell parents if their children are discovered engaging in homosexual acts.
Tennessee Republican state Sen. Stacey Campfield has introduced a bill that would cut welfare benefits to recipients whose children are doing poorly in school.
Republican Sen. Stacey Campfield of Knoxville said he doesn't believe the resolution will be successful in halting Sex Week on campus, and will pursue legislation to specifically limit which outside speakers can be invited to campus.
Campfield says some groups have threatened to sue over such displays and greetings, and his bill would protect schools.