State Expects Chattanooga Illegal Alien Shelter’s License To Be Suspended Into Fall

The Closed Chattanooga Shelter Was The Focus For Much Of The TN Legislature’s Study Committee On Refugee Issues Meeting. TN Suspended The Baptiste Group’s License To Operate The Shelter After A Sexual Battery Arrest…

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Legislators Seek Answers Regarding Billions of Dollars In No-Bid Contracts

Lawmakers Are Questioning Billions Of Dollars Of Deals That The State Made After Lee’s Executive Order In Response To The Pandemic Gave Departments Permission To Enter Into Contracts Without Taking Bids.

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Study Committee Seeks Answers To Illegal Immigration In TN

On Tuesday July 15, 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Met Live For The Second Time In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN. They Heard Presentations From The Governor’s Office, Department Of Children’s Services And The Fiscal Review Committee.

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TN Spends Nearly $4M Per Year To Educate Unaccompanied Alien Minors

Tennessee Has Spent Nearly $60 Million Over 15 Years Educating Children Who Entered The State As Unaccompanied Minors, According To The State’s Fiscal Review Committee Estimates.

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TN Refugee Study Committee Outlines Mission Statement & Agenda

On Friday 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Gathered For Their Introductory Meeting In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN To Outline Their Mission Statement And To Prepare Their Agenda.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $1 Million for Coal Industry

TN Legislators Passed A Bill That Will Allow The State To Regain Control Of A Coal Industry That Has Been Seriously Lacking In Production In Recent Years. Initial Agreements Showed That Oversight Of The Industry Would Come At No Cost To The State, But The New Bill Will Leave Tennessee Paying Nearly $1 Million Per Year.

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