As Holiday Break Ends, Some Schools Choosing To Return To Fully Remote Learning

With The Holiday Break Coming To An End Today, A Number Of School Districts Across The Country Are Deciding To Go Fully Remote To Start The New Year. These Decisions Come Despite Mounting Evidence That Pandemic Lockdowns And Other Restrictions Have Taken A Significant Mental And Emotional Toll On Children.

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Republican Lawmakers Continue Push For Partisan School Board Elections

Tennessee Legislators Worked To Advance Proposed Legislation On Thursday That Would Restore Personal Freedoms And Place Limitations On The Power Of School Officials, The Health Department, And Businesses To Force Covid Restrictions.

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Tennessee Organization That Represents Lee Co. Opposes Business Restrictions

Last Week As The Tennessee Legislature Closed One Special Session And Started Readying Itself For Another, The Tennessee Business Roundtable Announced That It Opposes All Efforts To Either Impose Or Restrict Company Policies Regarding Covid-19.

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TN Tourism Spending Drops More Than 30% In 2020

Tourism Spending In Tennessee Dropped In 2020 For The First Time In 10 Years, According To Data From The U.S. Travel Association And Tourism Economics.

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COVID-19 Regulations Make Businesses Inaccessible To The Disabled

Pandemic Reopening Guidelines Forced Businesses & Restaurants To Make A Number Of Changes To Their Normal Operations. Advocacy Groups For The Disabled Are Speaking Out Against Changes That Have Made These Businesses Less Accessible For Some Individuals & Have Pushed Businesses To Be Out Of Compliance With Federal Laws.

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Cities In Red States Show Best Economic Recovery From Pandemic

As The Country Continues To Climb Back From More Than A Year Of An Economic Downward Spiral During The COVID-19 Pandemic, Cities In States With Republican-Led Governors That Imposed Fewer Restrictions Are Experiencing A Faster And More Robust Comeback.

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Nashville To Host Post-Pandemic Southern Baptist Convention

After Over A Year Of The Response To The Pandemic Killing The Meeting Industry, Music City Will Welcome Thousands Of Southern Baptists For Their Annual Meeting In June.

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Chattanooga Mayor Kelly Lifts COVID Restrictions For Softball Tournaments

On Friday, May 7th, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Again Updated The City’s COVID-19 Executive Orders, This Time Specifically To Lift Restrictions On Tournament Usage Of Softball Fields.

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Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House – May 4, 2021 TCN News Break

1) Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House
2) Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’
3) Smugglers Transporting 2,000 People Every Day Through Texas
4) Mayor Kelly Updates Chattanooga’s COVID Executive Order, Still Requires Masks In City Buildings

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