South Nashville Homeless Camp Back To Being Nuisance For Area Businesses

A Homeless Camp In South Nashville Off Of Nolensville Road Has Popped Back Up After Being Cleaned Up In May. A Nashville Business Is Waiting On The Metro Council To Approve $50 Million Dollars Of Funding To Help Find A Long-Term Solution To This Problem.

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TN Secretary Of State Warns Of New Scam Targeting Tennesseans

Secretary Of State Tre Hargett Is Warning Tennesseans About An Official-Looking Mailer From TN UCC Statement Service That Incorrectly Implies That Businesses Or Individuals Need A Copy Of The UCC-1 Financing Statement Filed Against Them.

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Abortion Tax Breaks, UT Wokeness And Harpeth Hall – Brandon Lewis On The Alex Abernathy Show

Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative, Joins The Alex Abernathy Show To Discuss How The City Of Nashville Is Offering Special Tax Breaks To Businesses That Provide Compensation For Their Employees To Travel Out Of State For Abortions. They Move On To Discuss How A Nashville All-Girls School Has Paused Their Gender Diversity Policy To Admit Boys Who Identify As Girls And The Anti-White Crisis In The University Of Tennessee System Of Schools.

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U.S. House Passes $740B Green Energy, Health Care Package That Also Expands IRS

The U.S. House Passed A $740 Billion Package Friday That Raises Taxes On Large Businesses, Funds Green Energy Initiatives, Allows The Federal Government To Set Caps On Certain Prescription Drugs, And Doubles The Size Of The Internal Revenue Service To Expand Audits.

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Tennessee’s Senators Strongly Opposed $740B Democrat Spending Bill Passed Sunday

Tennessee’s Two Senators Were Part Of The Bloc Of Republicans Who Voted Against A $740 Billion New Taxing And Spending Bill That Passed The U.S. Senate On Sunday.

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