University of Memphis Cancels Plan To Bribe Professors To Teach “Woke Activism”

A Controversial Plan By The University Of Memphis’ “Eradicating Systemic Racism And Promoting Social Justice Initiative” To Offer A $3000 Incentive To Professors To Incorporate Teachings On Critical Race Theory In Their Courses Has Been Canceled.

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Middle Tennessee Man Recovered From Virus Facing Big Hospital Bill

A Middle Tennessee Man Who Needed Hospitalization In Order To Overcome Covid-19 Was Shocked At The Bill He Received After His Recovery. He Now Owes Williamson Medical Center More Than $4,000 – A Bill He Thought Covid-19 Relief Funds Were Supposed To Help Pay.

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Redistricting Bill Pushed Forward To Possible Thursday Senate Vote

Legislators Continue To Press On With Redistricting Of The State, A Process That Only Happens Once Every Ten Years. Updated Maps Are Expected To Be Presented To The Senate On Thursday.

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Tennessee Hospitals Plan To Reimplement Biden’s Healthcare Worker Mandate

Following The U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision To Uphold The Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate For Most Healthcare Workers At Providers That Receive Medicaid And Medicare Dollars, All Participating Tennessee Hospitals Plan To Adhere To The Court’s Ruling, Based On Current Information.

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Judiciary Committee Republicans Expand Inquiry Into Federal Policing Of School Board Meetings

Yesterday, January 18th, 2022, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) And Nine Of Their Senate Colleagues Expanded Their Ongoing Probe Into The Federal Government’s Policing Of School Board Meetings To Include The Department Of Education.

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Warner Introduces VOTE Act To Determine 2020 Election Accuracy

Should This Bill Become Law, It Would Require Tennessee County Election Commissions To Conduct A Thorough Investigation And Review Of Ballots And Equipment From The 2020 General Election. The Purpose Of The Bill Is To Determine The Accuracy Of Election Results For The United States Presidential And Congressional Elections In Tennessee.

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TN Legislature To Consider K-12 School Vouchers, Insulin Price Cap This Week

Two Bills Set To Begin The Committee Process This Week Include Senate Bill 1674 To Expand Student Eligibility For K-12 Education Vouchers And House Bill 451 To Limit The Cost Of A 30-Day Supply Of Insulin To $100.

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5 Education Issues To Watch In The Tennessee General Assembly

Tennessee Lawmakers Return To The Capitol This Week With Another Major Focus On Students: How To Fund Public Education.

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Casada, Former Aide, And Other Subpoenaed Regarding PAC Audit

Several Individuals, Including Former House Speaker Glen Casada And His Former Aide Cade Cothren, Will Be Subpoenaed After State Ethics And Campaign Finance Officials Decided Last Week To Reopen An Audit Of An Audit Of The Faith Family Freedom Fund Political Action Committee.

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