TENNESSEE (WJHL) — A renewed push is underway in Nashville to make the Holy Bible Tennessee’s official state book.
Sen. Mark Pody (R – Lebanon) and Rep. Jerry Sexton (R – Bean Station) introduced the legislation in their respective chambers last week.
You read about those bills by clicking the links below:
This is the first time since 2016 that lawmakers have proposed this type of legislation.
During that time, then-Governor Bill Haslam vetoed the proposal, saying it violates a clause in the First Amendment.
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