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Every year, FACT and FACT’s legislative arm, Family Action of Tennessee, track and lobby legislation being debated by the Tennessee General Assembly. Tennessee’s annual legislative session runs from the second Tuesday in January through late April. Our goal is to educate you about what is happening at our state Legislature both in the Tennessee Senate (33 members) and the Tennessee House of Representatives (99 members) so that you can be informed and make your voice heard with your state legislators for a better Tennessee.

Bill Tracking

Find out about the bills making their way through the Tennessee General Assembly during legislative session that concern marriage, the family, life, religious liberty, and more.
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Committee Assignments

Each term, the Tennessee Senate and House speakers assign their respective members to various standing committees. The philosophy of the members who make up these committees is critical; they are the gatekeepers to any bill that would reach the Chamber floor.
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This Week at the Capitol

Find out what’s going on at the Tennessee General Assembly during the legislative session by following this new blog from FACT Director of Public Policy Will Burns.
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Contact Your Legislators

Protect your family by contacting your legislators directly with your views. Your communications with your legislators can be the difference between a bill passing or failing.
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Reclaiming Our Liberty

Learn about our lawsuit that asserts the sovereignty of our state under the Ninth and Tenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution that our federal courts, particularly the U.S. Supreme Court, have eroded by their tyrannical decisions. The focus is on the 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court ruling, which redefined marriage to include same-sex “marriage” and is being used to redefine parenthood.
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Tennessee’s Pro-Life Amendment 1

On Tuesday, January 9, 2018, the Sixth Circuit of Appeals voted 3-0 to uphold the people’s vote for Amendment 1, which removed the “right” to abortion the Tennessee Supreme Court “found” in the Tennessee Constitution in 2000. Learn more about the history of Amendment 1.
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