Tennessee Constitution Amendment #1
As proposed by SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 648 (111th) & SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 2 (112th)
Summary – This amendment would add a new section to article XI of the Tennessee Constitution to make it illegal for any person, corporation, association, or the State of Tennessee or its political subdivisions to deny or attempt to deny employment to any person because of the person’s membership in, affiliation with, resignation from, or refusal to join or affiliate with any labor union or employee organization.
A few thoughts on this amendment:
This amendment essentially is dictating to private companies that it cannot make decisions about the employment of individuals.
Consider this amendment against the backdrop of what this same body of government said that it couldn’t do anything about private companies and their vaccine mandates.
Who benefits from the vaccine mandate inaction, and this proposed amendment? Why is this needed now even though Tennessee is already a right to work state? Always ask the why, then follow the money.
Corporations and lawyers are the only people that benefit from this proposed amendment. Because just what is an “employee organization” as states in the final line of this amendment? Well, that will be for the lawyers and judges to interpret.
Remember, the constitution is supposed to limit government not people and private companies.
More thoughts in the other amendments to come. This is an unnecessary alteration in my opinion.
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