TN Attorney General Believes COVID Shots Don’t Work, Are Dangerous But Defends Lee’s Unlawful Pandemic Response

In The Filing Of A Petition For Rulemaking, That Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Joined Along With 20 Other Attorney Generals, Calling For The Repeal Of The Federal Vaccine Mandate For Healthcare Workers, Skrmetti Also Claims That Shots For Covid-19 Don’t Work As They Do Not Prevent Transmission.

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TN Student Learning Loss Matches Nationwide Trend In Nation’s Report Card

Tennessee Mirrored The National Trend With Lower Test Score Results In Both Reading And Math As Shown In The Nation’s Report Card From The National Assessment Of Educational Progress.

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Pandemic Response Triggers 89% Increase In U.S. Food Stamp Spending

Spending On Food Stamps Has Increased By $53.5 Billion – An 89% Increase – In The Two Pandemic Years. By Comparison, That’s How Much The Entire Program Cost In 2009 During The Great Recession.

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Study Highlights High Costs, Limited Benefits Of Government Pandemic Restrictions

An Analysis From Johns Hopkins University Found Government Restrictions Intended To Slow The Spread Of Covid-19 Came With High Economic And Social Costs And Limited Public Health Benefits.

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TN Education Commissioner Permits At Least 7 School Districts To Go Virtual

The Tennessee Department Of Education, Led By Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn, Has Given Permission To At Least Seven School Districts To Shift To Virtual Learning For Up To Five Days In Response To Issues Related To Covid-19.

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Masks Not Mandated, Strongly Encouraged In Hamilton County Schools

Dr. Justin Robertson, The New Superintendent Of Hamilton County Schools, Has Shared The School District’s Virus Mitigation Strategies Going Into The Second Semester Of The 2021-22 School Year.

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Collierville School Board Calls Special Meeting On Short Notice To Discuss Masks

The Collierville School Board Held A Special Meeting Sunday Night With Less Than Three Hours Notice To Discuss Their Response To The Omicron Variant. No Livestream Option Was Made Available.

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Tennessee Sued Over Secretive Pandemic Report

The Public Citizen Litigation Group Helped File A Lawsuit In Davidson County Chancery Court Against The Tennessee Department Of Human Resources Last Week Over A Report That Outlined Recommendations On How To Respond To The Covid-19 Pandemic. The State Denied A Public Records Request, Filed By Plaintiff Thomas Wesley, A State Employee Who Requested The Document As A Tennessee Citizen.

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Biden Administration Rolls Out More COVID Measures, Says Vaccine Requirements For Domestic Flights Possible

“Nothing Is Off The Table, Including Domestic Travel,” Psaki Said. “But We Do Have Some Strong Protections In Place Already, Including Requirement Of Mask Wearing, Which Was Extended, Doubling Of Fines If People Are Not In Compliance.”

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