Rhodes College Punishes Unvaccinated Students Financially

Rhodes Notified Students Via A Letter That They Will Be Charging $1500 To All Students Who Are Not Vaccinated. The College Claims The Fee Will Be Used To Cover The Expense Of Weekly Testing.

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Tennessee Workers Fight for Religious Exemptions to COVID Vaccines

Individuals Working In Tennessee Have The Right To Ask For A Religious Exemption To Taking A COVID-19 Vaccine, But That Does Not Guarantee That The Exemption Will Be Granted By Employers.

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Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill Into Law

President Joe Biden On Thursday Signed Into Law A $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill That Includes Extended Unemployment Benefits, Direct Funding To States And Municipalities, And $1,400 Checks For Most Americans.

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U.S. House Passes Controversial $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill, Sending Measure To Biden

The U.S. House Of Representatives Ratified Changes The Senate Made To A Massive $1.9 Trillion Relief Package That Critics Say Contains Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars In Wasteful Spending Unrelated To The COVID-19 Pandemic. The Measure Now Goes To Biden, Who Said He Will Sign It.

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Senate Narrowly Passes $1.9 Trillion Spending Package

After A Marathon Session That Lasted Through The Night, The U.S. Senate On Saturday Narrowly Passed A Massive $1.9 Trillion Relief Package That Critics Say Contains Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars Of Wasteful Spending Unrelated To The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Ohio Valley Economists Weigh In On Biden’s Recovery Plan For Region

The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Continuing To Cripple The Economy In The Ohio Valley And President Joe Biden And Congressional Democrats Are Pursuing His Plan For Economic Recovery.

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Tennessee Medical Non-Discrimination Business & Consumer Act Gets National Attention

Tennessee’s Medical Non-Discrimination Business And Consumer Act Is Now Getting National Attention. Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina And Other States Are Now Looking Into Ways To Propose A Similar Bill In Their States.

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Winter Storm Shuts Down Tennessee Legislature For Week

A Layer Of Ice And Snow Covered West And Middle Tennessee On Monday And Tuesday, Causing The State Legislature To Cancel Business For The Week.

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Tennessee Legislature Seeks To Prohibit Businesses From Requiring Masks, COVID Tests, Vaccinations

Representative Susan Lynn Has Filed A Bill In Tennessee House Of Representatives That, If Passed, Would Make It Unlawful For Businesses Of Public Accommodation To Create Policies Requiring Consumers To Wear Masks, Take COVID Tests, Or Vaccines, Or Any Other Type Of Medical Treatment.

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Republican Senators Propose Alternate Relief Bill: $618 Billion To Counter Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Plan

Ten Republican Senators Are Set To Meet With Biden On Monday To Discuss An Alternative Stimulus Package. Their COVID-19 Relief Package Comes In At $618 Billion, Countering The President’s $1.9 Trillion Plan.

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