Tragedy Breeds Unity In The Volunteer State: Blackburn Op-Ed

While The Flooding Caused Irreversible Damage, It Also Commanded A United Response From Across The Volunteer State. Tennesseans Didn’t Wait To Be Asked — They Were The First To Act. Local Law Enforcement And First Responders Were Immediately Joined By Residents From Neighboring Communities Who Drove Cars Full Of Food, Water, And Weather Gear To Humphreys County.

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2022 Chattanooga Budget Revealed By Mayor Kelly

At The Chattanooga City Council Meeting On Tuesday, August 10, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly And Chief Of Staff Brent Goldberg Presented An Outline Of The Goals Of The 2022 City Budget To The Council.

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TN Pandemic Stress Support Line Adds Texting Capability

Tennessee’s Emotional Support Line For Pandemic Stress Is Adding A New Method For People To Reach Out For Help. The Free And Confidential Line Now Has The Capability To Offer Assistance Via Text Message.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 25, 2021

1) Tennessee House Bill Seeks Exclusion Of LGBTQ Lifestyle Textbooks From Curriculum
2) House Republicans Push Legislation Forward to Protect First Responders
3) Tennessee Titans To Keep 50% Of East Bank Sales Tax Revenue Under Proposed Bill Amendment
4) Biden Touts American Rescue Plan & Affordable Care Act At Ohio State University
5) Chattanooga Tax Payers Could Get $690,000 Bill for Juneteenth “Day Off” For City Workers

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House Republicans Push Legislation Forward to Protect First Responders

Tennessee House Republicans Push Stringent Bills To Increase Penalties For Those Who Harm First Responders As They Perform Their Official Duties.

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New First And Second Dose Pfizer Vaccine Appointments Now Available Through Hamilton County Health Department

The Hamilton County Health Department Has Added 890 New First Dose And 4,068 New Second Dose Appointment Opportunities Into Their System For The Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine.

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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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Coronavirus Relief Funds May Lead To Increased Opioid Overdoses

Report shows that opioid overdoses spiked over 30% state-wide in the months of May and June 2020 following COVID-19 shutdowns, and the first coronavirus relief package.

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Grocery Store Workers Low Priority For COVID Vaccinations In TN

Despite CDC Recommendations, Grocery Store Workers Remain Far Down On The List To Receive The COVID-19 Vaccination In Tennessee.

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McConnell Touts Spending Bill Benefits For Kentucky; Trump Says It’s A Disgrace

Not All Items In The $900 Billion COVID-19 Relief Bill Were Universally Well-Received. On Tuesday Evening, President Trump Called Out Several Projects In The Bill, Including A $25 Million Allocation McConnell Inserted To Continue To Eradicate Asian Carp From U.S. Waters.

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