Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House – May 4, 2021 TCN News Break

1) Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House
2) Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’
3) Smugglers Transporting 2,000 People Every Day Through Texas
4) Mayor Kelly Updates Chattanooga’s COVID Executive Order, Still Requires Masks In City Buildings

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Mayor Kelly Updates Chattanooga’s COVID Executive Order, Still Requires Masks In City Buildings

With The Expiration Of State And County Pandemic Restrictions, Mayor Tim Kelly Issued An Updated Executive Order On Friday To Modify The City’s Guidance On COVID-19 Precautions And Procedures.

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Protecting Kids from Critical Race Theory in Tennessee Schools – TCN News Break

1) Protecting Kids from Critical Race Theory in Tennessee Schools
2) Hagerty And Senate GOP Colleagues Introduce Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill
3) Texas Counties Declare Disaster Over Border Crisis, More To Follow
4) Three Largest Schools In Hamilton County Name New Principals

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Three Largest Schools In Hamilton County Name New Principals

Soddy-daisy High School, Ooltewah High School, And Ooltewah Elementary School Will Each Have A New Principal In The New School Year. HCS Has Also Announced Other Changes In Personnel To Be Made In The New School Year.

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Hamilton County Lifts Mask Mandate

As Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Promised, The County-Wide Mask Mandate Has Lifted As Of Today, April 29th.

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Governor Lee Signs Executive Order To End Public Health Orders

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Tuesday He Will End Statewide Public Health Orders Regarding The COVID-19 Pandemic And Shift The State Toward “Recovery.”

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Chamber Says Chattanooga “Systemically Racist” According to Coercive CEO Pledge

On Thursday, April 22nd, Christy Gillenwater, President And CEO Of The Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Sent An Email To Many Ceos And Managing Leaders In Chattanooga Urging Them To Sign The ‘CEO Pledge For Racial Equality.’

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No Hybrid Learning For Tennessee Schools Next Year

Tennessee Public Schools Will No Longer Have The Option Of Providing Both In-person And Remote Instruction As Of Next School Year. Students Who Want To Continue With Virtual Instruction Will Have To Enroll In A Specific Virtual School Instead Of A Regular Public School Option.

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Hamilton County And Chattanooga Unemployment Rates Inch Upward In March

Following A Slight Rise In The Statewide Unemployment Rate In March, Jobless Statistics Experienced Minor Increases In Most Of Tennessee’s 95 Counties, According To Newly Released Data From The Department Of Labor And Workforce Development.

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