Wednesday of Holy Week
On Wednesday of Holy Week, the bill to nullify the federal health care abomination in Tennessee has passed out of its designated subcommittee and goes on to the full Commerce Committee of the Tennessee House:
Last week tea party activists jeered when the rules were applied to State Representative Mike Bell's bill, HR 3433-the Tennessee Health Freedom Act. The legislation had to wait one week before it got its hearing before the House Industrial Impact Subcommittee because it was amended to reconcile it with it's companion Senate bill. When the hearing came this morning, the bill wasn't pushed into irrelevance, as some has suspected. It passed the subcommittee and now goes before the full Commerce Committee.
Labels: Democrats, Republican Party, Tennessee politics