Chamber Says Chattanooga “Systemically Racist” According to Coercive CEO Pledge

On Thursday, April 22nd, Christy Gillenwater, President And CEO Of The Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Sent An Email To Many Ceos And Managing Leaders In Chattanooga Urging Them To Sign The ‘CEO Pledge For Racial Equality.’

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Kelly Takes The Chattanooga Mayoral Seat, Hill And Hester Win For City Council

Yesterday, The Voters Took To The Polls To Cast Their Votes In Chattanooga’s Runoff Elections For City Mayor And For District 2 And 5 City Council Members.

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Mayoral Candidate Kelly Mocks Death of Limbaugh; Supports Radical Agendas, Personal Gains At The Expense Of Chattanooga

With His Mocking Of The Death of Rush Limbaugh, His Support Of UnifiED & The Moving Of His Car Dealership From Chattanooga To East Ridge For Personal Gain, It Appears Mayoral Candidate Tim Kelly May Not Be Looking Out For The Best Interests Of Chattanooga & Its Citizens.

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Two Nashville Natives Picked For Biden’s COVID Health Equity Taskforce

White House Announces COVID-19 Task Force That Includes Two Tennesseeans as Residents Question Vaccine Equity And State Begins Investigation Into Nearly 1,000 Lost Doses In Knox County.

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Council Unveils 2022 Chattanooga City Budget Recommendations

The Chattanooga City Council Has Presented Their Recommendations For The Focus Of 2022 City Budgeting. Some Of The Main Action Items For Almost Every District Included Road Maintenance, Speed Calming Efforts, Litter Pickup, Homelessness, Business Recruitment, More Jobs, Workforce Development, And Equity.

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2009 Redux? Biden Cites ‘Urgent’ Need For His $1.9 Trillion Stimulus

“I Know What I Just Described Will Not Come Cheaply,” Biden Said. “But Failing To Do So Will Cost Us Dearly – The Consensus Among Leading Economists Is We Simply Cannot Afford Not To Do It.” This won’t be his only spending plan either. He promised that this $1.9 trillion initiative is an opening bid to Congress with more spending to come later.

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District 7 Chattanooga City Council Candidates Finalized

Ken Hays announced his candidacy yesterday, January 4th, for the District 7 Chattanooga City Council Seat. Hays’ opposition for the District 7 City Council seat is Raquetta Dotley.

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Chattanoogans Fearful To Speak Out Against City’s Discriminatory Hiring Plan

New Plan has goal of awarding more City business based upon the race or gender of the business owner. Many local contractors feel that using race and gender as a determining factor for hiring is the very definition of racism and/or sexism.

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