Chamber Says Chattanooga “Systemically Racist” According to Coercive CEO Pledge

On Thursday, April 22nd, Christy Gillenwater, President And CEO Of The Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Sent An Email To Many Ceos And Managing Leaders In Chattanooga Urging Them To Sign The ‘CEO Pledge For Racial Equality.’

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Bill Granting TN School Boards Sole Authority To Close Schools Headed To Gov. Lee

A Bill That Will Give Local School Boards The Sole Authority To Close Schools Was Approved Thursday By The Tennessee House And Is On Its Way To Gov. Bill Lee.

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Sunshine Creates More Government Transparency

Any Reading Of The Constitution Gives The Impression That Coverage Of Government Should be Relatively Simple. The Operations Of Government Should be Open And Clear. Whether The Story Is Focused On The Municipal Animal Control Or The Office Of The President, Government Should Operate With Full Transparency. Our Representatives And Their Staff Should Be Interested In Explaining Their Activity To Those Who Fund It. But Any Average American Who Has Questioned The Activity Of Their Local Dog Catcher Or Their State Legislature Or The Federal Government Knows That’s Too Often Not The Case.

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COVID-19 Vaccines Possibly Stolen, Children Vaccinated In Shelby County

A Shelby County Health Department Volunteer May Have Stolen Multiple Doses Of The COVID-19 Vaccine While Another Volunteer Administered The Vaccine To Children.

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Mayoral Candidate Kelly Mocks Death of Limbaugh; Supports Radical Agendas, Personal Gains At The Expense Of Chattanooga

With His Mocking Of The Death of Rush Limbaugh, His Support Of UnifiED & The Moving Of His Car Dealership From Chattanooga To East Ridge For Personal Gain, It Appears Mayoral Candidate Tim Kelly May Not Be Looking Out For The Best Interests Of Chattanooga & Its Citizens.

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Congress Must Account For Unused COVID Funds

Congressional Republicans and Biden don’t see eye to eye on Biden’s proposed $1.9 trillion in COVID-19 related relief. Lawmakers are understandably reluctant to saddle each household with nearly $15,000 in added debt during a uniquely difficult time in U.S. history. Perhaps if lawmakers allowed the first allocation of funding to run its course, there wouldn’t be the need for additional funding.

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Lee Signs $110M Tennessee Education Package

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Has Signed Into Law A $100 Million Package Of Bills Aimed At Addressing Pandemic-Related Learning Loss & Low Student Literacy Rates. In Addition, The Bills Aim To Ensure Teachers & Districts Are Not Held Accountable For Standardized Testing Results This Year.

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Senator Schumer Calls For Trump’s Removal Via Constitution’s 25th Amendment

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Said That President Trump Is No Longer Fit To Hold Office And Blames Him For Instigating The Mob That Infiltrated The Capitol.

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HCSO Announces Full Oversight and Operational Control of Silverdale Detention Center Amidst Ongoing Criminal Investigations

One can only imagine where accountability lies within an office investigating themselves amidst so many other criminal allegations.

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