“Lesser Magistrate Blackmail,” Conservative Group Raises Concerns Over Tennessee Municipal Housing Bill

Under New Tennessee Legislation, Any City Or Metro Government That Does Not Adopt At Least Four Of The Proposed Strategies By July 1st, 2025, Will Be Deemed Ineligible To Receive A Whole Slew Of Grants “So Long As The Local Government Remains Out Of Compliance.”

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Tennessee Awards Nearly $18M In Site Development Grants

Tennessee Has Committed To Hand Out $17.9 Million In Grants For The Development Of 12 Sites In Order To Prepare Those Sites For Potential Businesses.

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Many Factors Paving Way For Education Savings Accounts, School Choice, And Public School Exodus

A Tidal Wave Is Under Way. Students And Teachers Are Leaving Public Education For A Variety Of Reasons, A Symptom Of Widespread Discontent That Is Fueling The Demand For Public Education Money To Follow The Student To A Non-Public School. The Education Establishment Has Created This Problem By Being Out Of Touch With Parents, Teachers, Students, And The Taxpaying Public.

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Custom Foods Of America Gets $1.5M, NewBasis $900K In TNECD Incentives

Custom Foods Of America In Knoxville Will Receive A $1.5 Million Incentive While NewBasis In Lebanon Will Get $900,000 From Tennessee’s Department Of Economic And Community Development As More Than $10 Million In Incentives Were Approved Unanimously Without Board Discussion At Thursday’s State Funding Board Meeting.

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Axle Logistics Gets $5M, Vonore Fiber Products $2.25M From TNECD

Tennessee’s Department Of Economic & Community Development Is Giving Axle Logistics A $5 Million Incentive For Its $37.9 Million Expansion In Knoxville. The Board Is Also Set To Approve $2.25 Million For Vonore Fiber Products In Monroe County, $1 Million For Florim USA In Clarksville And Yet-To-Be-Named $1.5 Million And $900,000 Incentives.

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TNECD Granted $76.3M In Incentives At $5,895 Per Promised Job In ’23

Tennessee Gave Out An Average Of $5,895 In FastTrack Incentive Grants For Each Promised Job In 2023, Down From $7,385 In 2022, According To Data From Tennessee’s Department Of Economic And Community Development.

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New Year Laws Related To Crime And Safety Go Into Effect In Tennessee

Several New Laws Passed By The 113th General Assembly Pertaining To Public Safety And Crime Went Into Effect At The Beginning Of This New Year.

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When Corporate Welfare Fails, Who Pays The Bill?

As Nashville Says Goodbye To SmileDirectClub, Tennessee Taxpayers Also Say Goodbye To $10.4 Million Of Their Hard-Earned Money That The State Invested In A Now-Failed Corporation.

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7 Big Tennessee News Stories That’ll Blow Your Hair Back! – TTC’s Big 7 Weekend Update!

Brandon Bringing You News You Can Use, That Is Not Meant To Confuse Conservative Republicans Into Thinking That Those Masquerading In Tennessee Media Actually Give A Rip About Your Republican Values!

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