TNECD Granted $76.3M In Incentives At $5,895 Per Promised Job In ’23

Tennessee Gave Out An Average Of $5,895 In FastTrack Incentive Grants For Each Promised Job In 2023, Down From $7,385 In 2022, According To Data From Tennessee’s Department Of Economic And Community Development.

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Ford’s Blue Oval Projects In Tennessee, Kentucky Move Forward Despite Michigan Stoppage

Ford Has Halted Construction On An Electric Vehicle Battery Plant In Michigan But Construction Is Ongoing And Not Interrupted On Large-Scale Projects In Tennessee And Kentucky.

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Tennessee Has Committed To At Least $60M In Economic Incentive Grants This Year

Tennessee Has Committed To More Than $60 Million In FastTrack Economic Incentive Grants To Businesses This Year After Committing More Than $200 Million Of The Grants To Businesses In 2021.

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TN RINOs Weaponize Registry of Election Finance, Scott Golden Disenfranchises Voters, University Wokeism, Banning Books, VA Abortions + More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) GOP Leadership Disenfranchises Blount, Polk County Voters In “Childish Display”
2) Conservative Candidate’s Campaign To Be Audited With No Evidence, Complaints Filed Prior To Decision
3) State Rep Calls Out Publicly Funded Universities For False Statements Regarding LGBTQ Title IX Protections
4) Conservative Parents Say It’s Not About “Banning Books” But Protecting Children From Oversexualization
5) VA Hospitals In Tennessee May Soon Provide Abortions, Counseling For Veterans
6) “Catholic” Drag Queen Takes Money From Children During Show Hosted By Publicly Funded University
7) Tennessee Set To Approve 6 New Taxpayer-Funded, Million-Dollar Economic Incentive Grants

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Corporate Welfare Candy for Incumbents, The Woke Invasion of TN Public Schools, Taxpayer’s Burden, Blocking School Choice & More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) Large Business Economic Incentives Benefit The TN Politicians Who Approved Them, Report Says
2) Teacher’s Union And School Boards Continue To Fight Against Option For Students To Receive Classical Education In Tennessee
3) Conservative Teachers “Must Stand” As Changes To Title IX Threaten Education
4) Tennessee’s New Public Education Funding Formula Will Likely Increase Taxpayer Burden
5) TN Dept of Education Delays Plan To Score Public Schools For Fifth Straight Year
6) New School Library Structure Pushes Librarians To Become Political Activists
7) To Help Combat Illicit Drugs, New TN Legislation Requires Fatal Overdoses Be Reported To Police

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Large Business Economic Incentives Benefit The TN Politicians Who Approved Them, Report Says

In Tennessee, Ford Motor Company Was Approved For $884 Million In Incentives For Its $5.6 Billion Project A Year Ago. The State Has Given Out At Least Five Grants Of $1 Million Or More In 2022. A New Report States That The Economic Impact Reports Used To Support Incentive Decisions Are Consistently Inaccurate And Inflated.

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