Home Ownership In These 4 Tennessee Cities May Be Too Expensive In Next Few Years

According To A New Study, Several Tennessee Cities And Towns May Become Unaffordable Places To Own A Home In The Near Future. Coming At No Surprise, Tennessee’s Third Largest Population Center, Knoxville, Makes The List But A Few Others May Come As A Surprise To Many.

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Johnson City’s Struggling Broadband Program Should Be A Warning To Tennessee [Op-Ed]

There’s A New Trend Sweeping Across Tennessee, And It’s Not A New Dance High Schoolers Have Learned On Social Media. In Fact It’s An Even Bigger Waste Of Time And Could Negatively Affect You And Your Neighbors. I’m Talking, Of Course, About Government-Owned Internet.

To Some, It Sounds Nice On Paper. Who Doesn’t Want More Internet Offerings? Isn’t Increasing Internet Access Critical In An Increasingly Online Society? Yes, But Like Any Government Project, The Devil Is In The Details, And The Details Have Been Grim For Consumers. That’s Not Conjecture, It’s Fact: Just Look At The Numbers In Johnson City.

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Lee Signs Budget Appropriations Bill That Includes $500M For New Tennessee Titans Stadium

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Signed An Appropriations Bill That Includes $500 Million Toward A New Tennessee Titans Stadium On Wednesday.

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Chattanooga Agrees To Adopt World Economic Forum’s Smart City Technology Roadmap

Chattanooga, Tennessee Is One Of Only Two Cities Chosen In The United States That Have Agreed To ‘pioneer’ A New Roadmap For Adopting New Technology As Part Of The World Economic Forum’s G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.

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City Of Knoxville Forcing Netflix, Hulu Fee Case To Tennessee Supreme Court

The City Of Knoxville Is Leading An Effort In Tennessee To Use The Judicial System To Try To Force Video Streaming Providers Netflix And Hulu To Pay Local Governments The Same Operational Fees Assessed To Cable Television Firms, Court Records Show.

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Legislative Process Toward Broadband In TN Is A Mixed Bag

The Tennessee Legislature Has Made Positive Strides Cutting Red Tape To Aid Broadband Expansion, But The State Unfortunately Continues To Be Hostile To Taxpayers By Promoting Government-Run (Taxpayer-Funded) Networks.

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Blackburn, Hagerty Vote Against $1.2T Infrastructure Bill

The U.S. Senate Passed A $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Tuesday Despite The Objection Of Both Of Tennessee’s U.S. Senators. The Bill, Which Passed 69-30, Would Add $256 Billion To The Federal Debt, According To The Congressional Budget Office.

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Lee And General Assembly Deliver ‘Conservative Wins’ in 2021 Session

On May 5th, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Marked The Close Of The 2021 Legislative Session, Which Included The Passage Of His $42.6 Billion Budget And Full Agenda As Outlined During His State Of The State Address in February.

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New Report Shows Failure Of Biden-Proposed Heavy-Handed Internet Regulation

A New Report Debunks Claims That The Heavily Regulated Internet Of The European Union Has Resulted In A Superior Experience For Its Consumers. Instead, That Study Finds That The U.S. Bests The EU In Both Broadband Deployment And Adoption, Showing That The Lighter Touch Approach Has Yielded Better Results.

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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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