To-Go Alcohol In Tennessee Remains, But With Added Tax

Of The Many Alcohol-Related Bills That Passed The Tennessee Legislature This Year And Were Signed By Gov. Bill Lee, One Maintains A Popular Pandemic Rule But Taxes Consumers For It.

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Tennessee Unveils Plan To Spend $4.2B In Federal COVID-19 Education Relief

Tennessee Is Set To Receive Nearly $4.2 Billion In Taxpayer-supported Federal COVID-19 Relief To Help Schools, And The TN Department Of Education Announced Wednesday How That Money Will Be Spent.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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Measure Making Tennessee A Second Amendment Sanctuary State Passes Senate

The Tennessee Senate Voted Monday To Make The State A Second Amendment Sanctuary. Senate Bill 1335 Says The State Will Not Enforce Any Potential Federal Laws Or Orders That It Believes Violate The Second Amendment And Will Deem Them “Null, Void, And Unenforceable.”

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Bill Granting TN School Boards Sole Authority To Close Schools Headed To Gov. Lee

A Bill That Will Give Local School Boards The Sole Authority To Close Schools Was Approved Thursday By The Tennessee House And Is On Its Way To Gov. Bill Lee.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Passes Tennessee Senate A Second Time

A Proposal To Add Tennessee’s Right-to-work Law To The State Constitution Came One Step Closer To Passage Monday When It Passed The State Senate For A Second Time.

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Bill To Allow Governor To Order Schools To Reopen Passes Tennessee Senate (Update)

The Tennessee State Senate Approved Legislation Monday Evening That Would Allow Governor Bill Lee To Order Schools To Offer In-Person Learning.

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Memphis Considers Joining Area School Boards Asking State To Ease TNReady Test Requirements

Shelby County Schools Board Members Are Considering Signing A Joint Statement That Expresses Concern About Two State Laws Passed During The Recent Special Session On Education.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Advances In Tennessee Senate

Legislation That Would Add Tennessee’s Right-To-Work Law To The State Constitution Received A Positive Recommendation From Senate Judiciary Committee. The Legislation Would Prohibit Discrimination Based On Employee’s Membership, Affiliation, Resignation From, Or Refusal To Join Any Labor Union Or Employee Organization.

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Tennessee Legislature Convenes Today With Education Issues At Forefront

Tennessee Lawmakers Return To Nashville Today To Begin The 2021 Legislative Session And Soon Will Take Up Legislation On Key Education Issues.

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