Chattanooga Chamber Continues Push For Business Members To Prioritize Vaccines

Several Months Ago And Prior To The Federal Mandate, The Chattanooga Area Chamber Of Commerce Launched Their Program “Healthy Chattanooga Coalition” To “More Strongly Incentivize Vaccine Use Among Workers And Increase Vaccination Rates” Across Chattanooga’s Employers.

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Kelly Unveils County-Wide Vaccine Incentive Program

Yesterday, August 5th, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Unveiled A New Vaccination Incentive Program For Area Residents. The “Vax 4 Cash Sweepstakes” Is A Weekly $1,000 Drawing That Is Limited To Only Fully Vaccinated Hamilton County Residents.

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Tennessee Education Commissioner Visits Chattanooga

On Thursday, June 17, Tennessee Department Of Education Commissioner, Penny Schwinn, Paid A Visit To Chattanooga To Host A Roundtable With School Officials And Community Leaders. The Roundtable Was Held To Discuss Ways The Hamilton County School System Can Be Improved.

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Outside Donations Outlawed in Tennessee Elections – May 14, 2021 News Break

1) Outside Donations Outlawed in Tennessee Elections
2) Lee Unveils Tennessee Partnerships To Combat Human Trafficking
3) Red States Rejecting Federal Unemployment Benefits, Citing Mass Job Openings
4) Hamilton County Commissioners Divided In Support Of Chamber’s Woke Agenda

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Hamilton County Commissioners Divided In Support Of Chamber’s Woke Agenda

Some Hamilton County Commissioners Support The Chamber’s Claims That The Area Is Systemically Racist; While Others Say The Area Is Not Racist, Does Not Need To Be Remedied And That The Chamber Has No Business Being Involved In Political And Racial Issues.

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Chamber Says Chattanooga “Systemically Racist” According to Coercive CEO Pledge

On Thursday, April 22nd, Christy Gillenwater, President And CEO Of The Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Sent An Email To Many Ceos And Managing Leaders In Chattanooga Urging Them To Sign The ‘CEO Pledge For Racial Equality.’

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Bill To Level Playing Field For Tennessee Small Businesses Heads To Lee’s Desk (updated April 8, 2021)

The Tennessee Legislature Has Discussed Many Policy Changes In Reaction To The Government’s Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic, Including How Restrictions Affected Small Businesses. To That End, The General Assembly Has Unanimously Passed Legislation To Level The Playing Field For Small Businesses.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Level Playing Field For Small Businesses

The Tennessee Senate Voted Unanimously Thursday To Approve A Bill Aimed At Levelling The Playing Field Between Small And Large Businesses During Required Closures Such As Those Surrounding The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Legislation Looks To Keep Government From Picking Winners & Losers Among Tennessee Businesses

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Considering Legislation That Would Prevent Government From Favoring Certain Businesses Over Others During A Health-related State Of Emergency.

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