Tennessee Republican Representative Resigns To Become Lobbyist

Less Than Six Months Prior To Elections, Republican Representative Michael Curcio (Dickson-District 69) Has Resigned His Post In Favor Of A New Position As A Lobbyist With Talbert Government Relations.

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School Systems Battle Transportation Issues From Rising Gas Costs and Driver Shortage

School Districts Across The State Continue To Deal With Transportation Issues, Seeking Solutions For The Ongoing Bus Driver Shortage And Now Dealing With Rising Gas Prices.

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Tennessee Has Given Out Six FastTrack Incentive Grants of $1Million Or Greater So Far In 2022

Tennessee Allocated Six Incentive Grants Worth At Least $1 Million To Companies This Year Who Are Either Building New Facilities Or Expanding Facilities In The State.

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Tennessee Redistricting Plan To Split Up Nashville District

Tennessee Republicans Revealed Their Redistricting Plan On Wednesday. To The Dismay Of Those In The Democratic Party, The Plan Will Split Nashville, Previously One Seat, Into Three.

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IRS Extends Tax-Filing Deadline For Tennessee Tornado Victims

Victims Of The Recent Tornadoes In Parts Of Tennessee, As Well As Kentucky And Illinois, Will Have Until May 16th, 2022 To File Individual And Business Tax Returns And To Make Any Tax-Related Payments.

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Biden Approves Lee’s Request For TN State Of Emergency In Response To Tornadoes

Biden Declared A State Of Emergency In Tennessee On Tuesday After Tornadoes That Hit The State Overnight Friday Left Four Residents Dead. Gov. Bill Lee Asked Biden On Monday For The Declaration To Provide Assistance For Residents Of Cheatham, Decatur, Dickson, Dyer, Gibson, Lake, Obion, Stewart, And Weakley Counties.

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Governor Lee Seeks FEMA Assistance For Tennessee Counties Hit By Tornadoes

Yesterday, Governor Bill Lee Requested Aid From The Federal Emergency Management Agency For Nine Counties That Were Impacted By Tornadoes The Evening Of Friday, December 10th And Into Early Saturday, December 11th.

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Disaster Unemployment Available For TN Flood Victims In 4 Counties

Residents In Four Tennessee Counties Are Eligible For Federal Disaster-Related Unemployment After Last Weekend’s Deadly Flooding. After Biden Declared Humphreys, Dickson, Hickman And Houston Counties To Be Major Disaster Areas, The Assistance Became Available To Residents Whose Job Was Impacted.

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