School Choice More Important To Tennesseans Than Ever Before

Expanding Options For School Choice Is Increasingly Supported By Tennessee Parents According To Polls, Especially After Seeing How Their Children’s Education Has Suffered During The Pandemic.

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Sen. Rand Paul Blames Pandemic Stimulus For Record Inflation

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Released A New Report Tuesday Detailing The Effects Inflation Has Had On Families And Businesses Around The Country And Calling It A “Hidden Tax” On Americans.

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Jury Finds Texas Law Firm Unlawfully Solicited Families of Deadly Chattanooga School Bus Crash

A Chattanooga Jury Unanimously Found A Texas Law Firm, Its Owner, And Agents Liable For Consumer Protection Violations And The Unauthorized Practice Of Law Arising Out Of Their Actions In Soliciting Families Of The Fatal 2016 School Bus Crash In Chattanooga.

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Holiday Donation Drive For Families Who Lost Jobs Due To Employer Mandates

The Sumner County Based Nurse Freedom Network Is Sponsoring A Holiday Drive For Christmas Gifts And Holiday Meals To Help Families In Need Due To The Loss Of Their Primary Source Of Income Resulting From Employer Mandates.

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Tennessee DHS Begins Pilot Program Process to Spend Excessive Reserve Of Federal Funds

The Tennessee Department Of Human Services Is Beginning The Process Of Giving Out Millions Of Dollars That Have Been Sitting In A Reserve Fund. The Money Will Eventually Go To Seven Different Partnerships Intended To Help Underprivileged Families.

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Winter Break Spectacular Coming For Hamilton County Students & Families

To Launch Into The Christmas Vacation Hamilton County Students And Families, EPB Fiber Optics And River City Company Have Partnered To Present The “Winter Break Spectacular”, A 6-Hour Event Of Holiday Themed Activities In Miller Park On Friday December 17th.

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Why I Voted Red For The Blue Oval City

Literally Changing The Local Landscape, The Blue Oval City Will Usher In Businesses Such As Hotels, Restaurants, Plus The New Construction Of Tennessee College Of Applied Technology (40m) To Train The Estimated Workforce (5,800) To Build Electric Trucks And The Batteries Needed To Operate These Electric Trucks. Who Wouldn’t Want This In Their District? Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, Why Would Anyone Vote “Red” No For The Blue Oval City? After Deliberate And Thoughtful Review Of The Facts Before Me Alongside With The Current Challenges Facing Tennessee’s Citizens, I Cast A “Red” No Vote For The Following Reasons…

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