Ford Motors Settles Lawsuit With Tennessee Over Misleading Advertising

The Ford Motor Company, Whose Forthcoming Electric Truck Plant In West Tennessee Was Landed By State Leaders With $900 Million In Taxpayer Incentives, Has Just Settled A Lawsuit Brought By The State Over Claims The Auto Company Engaged In Misleading Advertising That Falsely Inflated Mileage Claims For Some Of Its Vehicles Over The Past Decade.

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Spring Hill, Tennessee Is One Of The Fastest Growing Cities In The U.S.

Spring Hill Was The 10th Fastest-Growing City In The United States Between July 2020 And July 2021, According To New Data From The U.S. Census Bureau.

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TN Board Reviews $3.1B In ARPA Spending, Previews $6.2B In Infrastructure

The Tennessee Financial Stimulus Accountability Group Came A Step Closer Monday To Finalizing More Than $3.1 Billion In Federal Stimulus Spending While Getting A Preview Of An Estimated $6.2 Billion In Infrastructure Funding Related To The Infrastructure Investment And Job Funds Act.

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NOVONIX Plans $160 Million Expansion In Chattanooga Adding 290 Jobs

NOVONIX, A Battery Materials And Technology Company Headquartered In Brisbane, Australia, Announced A $160 Million Expansion That Is Expected To Create 290 New Jobs At Its Chattanooga Manufacturing Facility.

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Blackburn: For Tennesseans, Military Appreciation Starts At Home

While Biden Is Willing To Dole Out Trillions For Energy Efficient Cars And Blue State Bailouts, His Priorities Sideline Much Needed Defense Spending. Rather Than Providing Adequate Funding For Both Readiness And Modernization, Biden Is Pushing Military Leaders To Make The Tough Choices For Him. Without The Ability To Maintain Our Defense Capabilities, Our Troops Will Be At A Clear Disadvantage.

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