Chattanooga Woman Denied Religious Exemption And Fired Sues BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

A Bio Statistical Research Scientist Who Worked For BlueCross BlueShield Of Tennessee (BCBST) For More Than 16 Years Is Suing The Company After Her Religious Exemption To Getting A Covid-19 Vaccine Was Denied And She Was Subsequently Fired.

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Mayor Kelly Disregards City Ordinances While Turning Chattanooga Into Homeless Magnet

The Decision To Create A Sanctioned Homeless Encampment In Chattanooga Comes On The Heels Of The City’s Poor Record Of Enforcing Existing Ordinances Regarding Panhandling, Trespassing, Loitering And Littering.

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Smedley Challenges Hamilton County Mayor Republican Primary Results

Hamilton County Commissioner Sabrena Smedley Has Filed A Challenge At The State Capitol Alleging That “Rampant Cross-Over Voting By The Democratic Left In Numbers Never Seen Before” Secured The Republican Primary Results For County Mayor Candidate Weston Wamp.

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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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Fentanyl Use And Overdoses On The Rise In Chattanooga

According To Chattanooga Police, Fentanyl Use Has Increased In A Significant Way Over The Last Few Years. This Means The Number Of Fatal Drug Overdoses Is Also On The Rise.

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Bill Regulating Homeless Encampments On Public Property Becomes Law Without Governor’s Signature

Legislation That Would Make Camping On Tennessee Public Property A Misdemeanor Is Became Law Last Week Without Governor Bill Lee’s Signature. The New Law Will Go Into Effect July 1st, 2022.

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