New State Law Mandates One-Year Suspension For Students Who Assault Teachers

As Violent Incidents By Students Against Teachers In Tennessee Schools Increase, A New Law Also Increases Mandatory Consequences To Hold Those Students Accountable For Their Behavior.

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Williamson County Commission Fails To Hold Williamson Inc Accountable For Breaches of Expired Contract; Issue Possibly To Be Revisited Due To Miscalculation From Vacated Seat

This Week, The Williamson County Commission Revived An Issue That Was Addressed And Not Concluded At Last Month’s Meeting: Whether To Renew A Contract With Williamson Inc For Economic Development Services.

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Williamson County’s Rogers Anderson “We Burnt The Biscuits” Mayor Explains Lapsed Contract Due To Negligent File Keeping

In A Williamson County Commission Meeting That Ran Into The Late Night, Items Were On The Agenda Dealing With Appropriations Of Several Items In The County Budget, Including Services Procured By Williamson County Through Mayor Anderson’s Office With Williamson Inc, A Chamber Of Commerce Affiliated Non-Profit.

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Williamson County Mayor Paid Chamber Of Commerce Affiliated Organization Hundreds Of Thousands In Taxpayer Dollars Under Expired Contract Without County Commission Approval

Williamson County Mayor, Rogers Anderson, Has Been Paying Williamson Inc., A Chamber Of Commerce Affiliated Organization On A $400,000 Contract That Had Apparently Lapsed, Without Anyone Noticing. The Contract Was Renewed In May Of 2022, And Expired On June 30th, 2023.

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Tennessee Senate Education Chair Says Voucher Agreement Is Needed By Week’s End For Passage This Session

The Tennessee Senate’s Education Committee Chairman Is Predicting The School Voucher Bill Won’t Pass This Year If An Agreement Isn’t Reached By The End Of The Week With The House And Senate Seemingly Unwilling To Budge On Conflicting Plans.

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5 Years Since Introduction Of Legislation To Give Tennesseans The Ability To Recall Elected Leaders, Citizens Are Still Stuck With No Recourse For Accountability

As The General Session Winds To A Close Likely In The Next Couple Of Weeks, The Opportunity For A Law That Will Allow For Tennesseans To Recall Elected Leaders They Feel Have Failed To Live Up To Promises They Made When They Were Campaigning Will Again Fail To Become A Reality.

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MTSU Board Chairman Pushes Legislation By Senator Shane Reeves To Close Meetings For “Sensitive” Topics

Middle Tennessee State University’s Board Chair Is Pushing Legislation, Sponsored By State Sen. Shane Reeves And Rep. Mark White, That Would Enable College Boards To Close Meetings To Discuss “Sensitive” Matters Such As Presidential Pay, A Move Critics Say Is Too “Broad” And Ripe For “Abuse.”

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Unveiling the Dark Money Influence: Prop 13 Initiatives Target Tennessee

In The Intricate Labyrinth Of Political Strategy, Tennessee Has Become Entangled In A Complex Network Of Undisclosed Funding And Covert Organizations. These Entities Are Advocating For The Implementation Of California’s Notorious “Prop 13” Tax Cap Initiatives.

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Bill To Keep Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children Hidden From The Public Passes By Voice Vote In Committee Led By Chairman John Ragan

A Bill To Keep Autopsy Reports Of Murdered Children Hidden From The Public Passed The House Government Operations Committee Yesterday Afternoon By A Voice Vote.

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