Sexton postpones presser on unborn monument

Rep. Jerry Sexton (R-Bean Station) signals a vote on the House floor in Nashville on March 5, 2018. (Erik Schelzig/Tennessee Journal)

Rep. Jerry Sexton (R-Bean Station), the sponsor of the vetoed bill to make the Bible the official book of Tennessee, has postponed a Tuesday press conference on the creation of monument to the unborn on the grounds of the state Capitol. The official reason for the cancellation is “unforeseen circumstances.” Though one suspects that the fact that most of Nashville’s TV and print journalists are preoccupied with that little matter of the mayor’s resignation might have had something to do with it.

The event billed as the introduction of  an initiative to “recognize the men, women, and children affected by the tragedy of abortion and miscarriage” has been rescheduled for March 13.


One Response to Sexton postpones presser on unborn monument

  • Cannoneer2 says:

    Abortion will have to be fixed on the national level. Meanwhile, there are quite a few other pressing issues that the General Assembly CAN remedy. Get busy with them!

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