Johnson City Police Department Faces Federal Suits Over Handling Of Sean Williams Assaults

As The Manhunt For An East Tennessee Businessman Suspected In More Than 50 Sexual Assaults Enters Its Third Week, Two Separate Legal Battles Seeking To Hold The Johnson City Police Department Accountable For Failing His Victims Are Gaining Steam In Federal Court.

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Tennessee Lawyer, Constitutional Expert Speaks About State Rights

I Attended The Meeting On October 19th In Greeneville In Which Tennessee Lawyer And Constitutional Expert Jeff Cobble Spoke At The Patriot Brigade Of Tennessee Monthly Meeting.

Cobble Covered All 11 Pages Of HB0726 (The Bill Number Will Likely Change In 2024) Sponsored By Rep. Bud Hulsey/Sen. Janice Bowling That Would Establish A Legally Binding Process In Which To Invoke Nullification.

I Can Tell You That Mr. Cobble Opened Some Eyes With His Vast Knowledge Of The US Constitution And The Tennessee Constitution.

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Tennessee Attorney To Speak In Favor Of The “Restoring State Sovereignty Through Nullification Act”

The Patriots Brigade Of Tennessee Would Like To Welcome And Encourage You To Attend Their Monthly Meeting This Month. Attorney Jeff Cobble Will Be Speaking On Behalf Of Tennessee’s HB 0726 – The “Restoring State Sovereignty Through Nullification Act.”

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20 Tennessee Small Businesses, Rural Companies Receive USDA Grants

Twenty Tennessee Companies Will Be Receiving Loans Or Grants Worth Anywhere From $4,000 To $240,000 As Part Of The United States Department Of Agriculture’s Support Of Agriculture Producers And Rural Small Businesses.

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Low-Performing Tennessee School Districts Speak Out Against New Accountability Model

With Many Tennessee Public School Districts Having A Very Low Percentage Of Their Students Testing At Grade Level Proficiency, It Is Highly Unlikely The Districts Would Want The Public To Gain An Even Clearer Picture Of The Subpar Education That Is Being Provided.

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More Than Half Of All Rural Tennessee Hospitals No Longer Deliver Babies

More Than Half Of All Rural Tennessee Hospitals No Longer Deliver Babies — A Trend That Shows No Clear Signs Of Reversal While Pregnant Patients Outside Major Metropolitan Areas Routinely Drive An Hour, Or More, In Order To Give Birth.

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Johnson City’s Struggling Broadband Program Should Be A Warning To Tennessee [Op-Ed]

There’s A New Trend Sweeping Across Tennessee, And It’s Not A New Dance High Schoolers Have Learned On Social Media. In Fact It’s An Even Bigger Waste Of Time And Could Negatively Affect You And Your Neighbors. I’m Talking, Of Course, About Government-Owned Internet.

To Some, It Sounds Nice On Paper. Who Doesn’t Want More Internet Offerings? Isn’t Increasing Internet Access Critical In An Increasingly Online Society? Yes, But Like Any Government Project, The Devil Is In The Details, And The Details Have Been Grim For Consumers. That’s Not Conjecture, It’s Fact: Just Look At The Numbers In Johnson City.

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TN Board Reviews $3.1B In ARPA Spending, Previews $6.2B In Infrastructure

The Tennessee Financial Stimulus Accountability Group Came A Step Closer Monday To Finalizing More Than $3.1 Billion In Federal Stimulus Spending While Getting A Preview Of An Estimated $6.2 Billion In Infrastructure Funding Related To The Infrastructure Investment And Job Funds Act.

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