Inflation Causes TN Households To Spend Over $600 More Monthly Than Last Year

The United States Congress Joint Economic Committee Has Released A Report That Shows The Typical Tennessee Household Is Spending $616 More For The Same Goods And Services Than They Did Last Year At The Same Time.

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Tennessee Has Yet To Implement Strategies That Would Save Taxpayers Money And Reduce Trauma To Children

According To Sources, Tennessee Has Yet To Recognize Or Implement Strategies Of The Federal Family First Act Which Would Save Taxpayers Money And Reduce The Trauma Of Family Separation.

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TN Dept Of Education Releases 2021-22 School District Report Card

On Monday, November 28th, The Tennessee Department Of Education Released  The 2021-22 State Report Card, An Online Tool Designed For Parents, Families And Education Stakeholders To Understand How Tennessee’s Districts And Schools Are Serving Students.

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Moms For Liberty Williamson County To Host “Gender Ideology” Crash Course For Parents

Grassroots Organization Moms For Liberty – Williamson County Presents “Gender Ideology 101 (GENDER101),” Occurring On Monday, November 7th, At 6:00 PM, At Generations Church, 408 Church Street, In Downtown Franklin.

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President Trump Urges Tennesseans To Vote For Andy Ogles In 5th Congressional District

In A “Tele-Rally” Held By Phone Yesterday Evening, President Donald Trump Urged Tennesseans To Vote For Andy Ogles In The 5th Congressional District Race.

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Nearly 1,000 Families Applied, 350 Accepted Into Tennessee’s Education Savings Plan

Tennessee Has Seen Nearly 1,000 Families Apply And More Than 350 Have Been Accepted Into The State’s Pilot Educational Savings Account Program.

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TN Attorney General Leads Multi-State AG Coalition In Opposition To Proposed Title IX Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Objected To The U.S. Department Of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations In A Formal Comment Letter Joined By Nineteen Other State Attorneys General.

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