Nashville And Memphis Prevented From Mandating Masks

Leaders In Nashville And Memphis Are Once Again Eager To Mandate Masks For Their Cities, Despite Waning Numbers Of Cases, But Governor Bill Lee Says That A New Emergency Declaration Is Not Needed.

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Middle Tennessee Man Recovered From Virus Facing Big Hospital Bill

A Middle Tennessee Man Who Needed Hospitalization In Order To Overcome Covid-19 Was Shocked At The Bill He Received After His Recovery. He Now Owes Williamson Medical Center More Than $4,000 – A Bill He Thought Covid-19 Relief Funds Were Supposed To Help Pay.

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Narrative Manipulation And Awakening From The Fog of War

In 2021, Our Lives Dramatically Changed. The Deliberate Manipulation By The Media And “Experts” Across The Globe To Promote Fear And The Suppression Of Dissenting Opinions From The Approved Narrative, Can Be Clearly Seen For What It Is – The Fog Of War. Although It May Have Taken Two Years, The Momentum Is Swinging. Slowly You See Many People From All Walks Of Life, Awakening From The “Fog” They Have Been In All This Time. From The Media Backtracking And The Parents Recognizing The Programming Of Their Children In Government Run Schools, The Yearning Of The Return To Conservative Principles Is Palpable.

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Businesses Brace For Supreme Court Mandate Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court Is Expected To Rule On The Federal Vaccine Mandate For Private Employers As Early As This Week, But Until Then Businesses Are In Limbo, Expected To Enforce A Mandate That Could Be Overturned At Any Moment.

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Big Issues On The Table At The 2022 State Legislative Session

January 11 Marks The Return Of State Legislators To The Capitol For A General Assembly Session That Will Focus On A Number Of Big Issues. Following Is An Overview Of The Main Things Tennesseans Can Expect To See Discussed And Debated In This Session.

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Americans Less Concerned About Virus, More Concerned About Economy, Inflation

The Associated Press-NORC Center For Public Affairs Research Released New Polling Monday Showing That Only 37% Of Americans List Covid-19 As One Of Their Top Five Concerns That Government Should Work On, Compared To 68% Who Named An Economic Concern.

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Lee Not Considering Mask Mandates, State Of Emergency For Now

During A Visit To Fall Creek Falls On Tuesday To Unveil A New Development, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Spoke About His Administration’s Current Plans Regarding The Omicron Variant And The Covid-19 Virus In General.

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