TN Health Agencies Offer Public Health Spending Proposals For Upcoming Fed Relief

Tennessee Agencies Made Their Pitches Last Week For Public Health Capital Projects That Would Qualify For Funding From Federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Relief.

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30 National Guardsmen Stationed At Erlanger

On September 2, The Tennessee National Guard Confirmed That 30 Members Had Completed Orientation For Their Two-Week Stint At Erlanger. After Orientation, The Guardsmen Were Split Among Both Hospitals For Further Assignments.

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Tennessee Officials Held Private Budget Meeting Over Federal Covid Funds

On Wednesday, September 1, Tennessee Officials Held A Private Budget Hearing Regarding New Federal Covid Aid. Different State Departments Pitched Ideas On How The $3.8 Billion In Funds Should Be Spent. A Second Private Meeting Was Held On Thursday But Neither Was Publicized.

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TN Says Lack Of Applications To Blame For Rental Relief Money’s Small Distribution

Tennessee Has Disbursed Only $17.2 Million Of The $383.4 Million Worth Of Emergency Rental Assistance Program Money The State Received In The First Wave Of Funding For The COVID-19 Relief Program.

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America Is A Country In Crisis: Blackburn Op-Ed

America Is A Country In Crisis. Democrats Have Yet Again Forced Their Unwilling Cash Cow — The American People — To Foot The Bill For Their Radical Tax-And-Spend Agenda. But Hidden Behind A Facade Of “Green” Energy And “Free” Benefits Lie More Dangerous Intentions. Democrats Are Using These Massive Spending Programs To Build The Gateway To Socialism. If They Succeed, They Will Transform America From A Nation With A Spending Problem Into A Country Whose People Have Lost Control Of Their Own Government.

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Tennessee Farmer Gets Another Win In Lawsuit Against USDA

A Federal Judge Has Ruled Union City Farmer Robert Holman’s Lawsuit Against The USDA Over COVID-19 Relief Funds Directed Toward “Non-White” Farmers Will Be Heard Instead Of Being Delayed Until There Is A Result In A Similar Case In Texas.

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Tennessee Schools Receive Additional $830 Million from U.S. Department of Education

The U.S. Department Of Education Has Approved Tennessee’s Plan For American Rescue Plan Elementary And Secondary School Emergency Relief Money And Distributed The Remainder Of The Funds.

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