TN Approves $65M Incentive For Oracle’s Nashville Project

The Tennessee Comptroller State Funding Board Has Approved $65 Million In FastTrack Grants For Oracle’s New Nashville Campus.

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Austin Peay Denies Religious Exemption To Mask Mandate

Austin Peay State University In Clarksville, Tennessee Has Denied A Request For Religious Exemption For A Dual-Enrollment Student To Their Campus-Wide Mask Mandate And Now Seek To Deny An Appeal To The Family’s Religious Discrimination Case Against The School.

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Speaker Sexton Announces Members Of Bipartisan Redistricting Committee

On Thursday, August 26th, Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton (R-Crossville) Announced The Creation Of A Bipartisan House Select Committee Focused On Redistricting.

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Clarksville Among Country’s Fastest-Growing Metro Areas

A Recent Report Shows That While The Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin Metro Area Is One Of The Largest Growing Markets In The Country, It Is Clarksville That Ranks As The Fifth-Fastest Growing Housing Market In The U.S. In Terms Of New Housing Permits.

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Berry Season Begins, U-Pick Visits Return As Covid-19 Restrictions Lift

With Summer Officially Beginning On June 20 And Kids Soon To Be Getting Out Of School, Families May Be Looking For More Outdoor Activities To Participate In After A Year Of Staying At Home And Navigating School And Work With The Effects Of The Pandemic.

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Tennessee’s Teacher Shortage Addressed With Second Round Of Grants

The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Announced A Second Round To The Grow Your Own Grants In An Effort To Help Future Educators Across The State. This Next Round Consists Of $2 Million For Educator Preparation Programs. Any EPP In Tennessee Is Able To Apply Before The May 7 Deadline.

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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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