Study Committee Seeks Answers To Illegal Immigration In TN

On Tuesday July 15, 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Met Live For The Second Time In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN. They Heard Presentations From The Governor’s Office, Department Of Children’s Services And The Fiscal Review Committee.

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Roddey Coe Seeks Appointment To Hamilton County School Board

Former Vice President Of The Chattanooga Autism Center, Roddey Coe, Has Announced That He Is Seeking The Appointment To The Vacant District 9 Hamilton County School Board Seat.

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TN Judge Closes Public Hearing On Illegal Alien Shelter While GOP Leaders React to License Suspension (Update)

Yesterday, An Administrative Law Judge Presided Over A Hearing Regarding The Suspension Of The License Of The Baptiste Group To Operate A Shelter Housing Illegal Alien Minors In Chattanooga. The DCS Filed Two Motions Prior To The Hearing, To Close Proceedings To The Media And Public.

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Hamilton County Judge Honored As A Top Lawyer

Hamilton County General Sessions Judge Alex McVeagh Was Named By The American Bar Association As One Of The Top 40 Young Lawyers In The Country. McVeagh Was Honored In The On The Rise List That The ABA Releases Every Year.

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TN Refugee Study Committee Outlines Mission Statement & Agenda

On Friday 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Gathered For Their Introductory Meeting In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN To Outline Their Mission Statement And To Prepare Their Agenda.

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Chunk Of Tennessee’s Remaining CARES Act Money Going To Small Businesses

Tennessee Is Set To Spend Nearly $45 Million Of Its Remaining Federal CARES Act Money On Additional COVID-19 Pandemic Relief For Small Businesses Before The Spending Deadline Hits This Year.

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Governor Lee Signs Off On Unemployment, Certificate-Of-Need Reform

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Has Signed Bills To Lower The Number Of Weeks Residents Can Accept Unemployment Benefits And To Reform Hospital Certificates Of Need.

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TN General Assembly Cuts Unemployment Eligibility Weeks By Over Half, Bumps Up Benefit Amount

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A Bill That Will Cut The Number Of Weeks Tennesseans Are Eligible For Unemployment From 26 Weeks To 12 Weeks. House Bill 1039 Also Increases The Weekly Benefit Amount.

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Tennessee Legislature Budget Proposals Stray From Lee’s Plan

Tennessee Legislature State Budget Proposals Plan To Add $250 Million To The State’s Pension Fund While Cutting $100 Million From Gov. Lee’s $200 Million Proposal For Local Govt Grants And $100 Million From His $200 Million Broadband Expansion Proposal To Cover The Funds Allotted To The State Pension.

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