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and they deserve a quality education in a safe environment.

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No doubt, there are many opinions about wearing masks when it comes to COVID-19 and our response. Additionally, the debate gets pretty heated when it comes to mask mandates, and rightly so. But when that debate begins to trickle down to school boards making health policy decisions that run contrary to the wishes of parents and also rest on unsettled science, we believe that it’s time to step in.

Recall Williamson supports educating the public during times of a public health crisis and we also support providing resources and materials to the public to ensure safety. We also believe in liberty and the security of rights guaranteed to us by our United States and Tennessee constitutions. These two beliefs do not have to be mutually exclusive.

Williamson County Schools have gone too far. Contrary to what some might say, masks are medical devices, not clothing. Regulating a dress code and regulating the use of a medical device are two very different things. School boards draw their regulatory authority from state statute just like every other state agency and their scope of authority can be found in TCA §49-2-203.

State statute does give local school boards authority to have a child submit to a medical examination by a physician “whenever there is reason to believe” that the child is sick. But there is no statute that gives local school boards the authority to regulate medical care for the entire student population, much less a perfectly healthy student. A child’s overall health and wellbeing is and has always been understood to be under the care of a parent or legal guardian, not a school system.

Here are a few important things to consider.

Suggestions by a governor are not state statutes. Recommendations by the board of education or the board of health are not state statutes. Guidelines from the WHO and CDC are not state statutes. A school board’s regulatory authority is defined by state statute and in Tennessee, prescribed by the General Assembly.

We are fighting and we are asking you to fight with us.

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What Are We Doing


We are working to develop content to educate the public on their constitutional rights and understand how to hold our elected officials accountable to faithfully executing their office within the boundaries of their prescribed authority. Look for events and rallies to attend and gather with like-minded individuals who value liberty and constitutional integrity. You can also INVITE our founder, Gary Humble, to speak at your event. Just send a request by email.


We are committed to working with freedom-loving and constitutionally-minded citizens and parents across the state of Tennessee who seek to have a positive impact on our children’s future. School board members are some of the most important elected positions in the state, but often overlooked in local elections. We aim to change that and make sure that the best of us, are sitting on the board.


We will take the necessary legal action against a school board when and if they refuse to comply with demands for accountability and self-limiting their authority to existing and enacted state statute. Our parent organization, Citizens for Limited Government and Constitutional Integrity, Inc is focused on building a legal fund to help citizens of Tennessee fight the battles necessary to preserve our liberty and also cultivate a network of attorneys and legal experts ready to defend our rights.

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Enough Is Enough.

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