TN Labor Commissioner Won’t Rescind OSHA COVID Rule

The Commissioner Of The Tennessee Department Of Labor & Workforce Development Said He Will Not Rescind An Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA) Rule Regarding Covid-19 Mitigation Efforts In Health Care Facilities.

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TN Committee Unveils $1.3B In Proposed Federal Spending

Tennessee’s Financial Stimulus Accountability Group Released Its Plan To Spend The Final $1.3 Billion Of Federal American Rescue Plan Act Money Wednesday In What The Committee Called The Tennessee Resiliency Plan.

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Bipartisan Bill Introduced To Expand Urgent Health Care Access For Rural Citizens

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Re-introduced The Rural Health Innovation Act Along With Senator John Hickenlooper To Incentivize Communities To Prioritize Urgent Care Needs.

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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 Dept Of Health’s Immunization Program For Children Continues

The Tennessee Department Of Health Said Wednesday It Has “In No Way Halted The Immunizations For Children Program” On The Heels Of The State Firing Its Top Vaccine Official And Discontinuing Adolescent Vaccine Outreach For Other Vaccines.

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Nashville Tax Fight & Legislative Update With Grant Henry – Interview

Grant Henry with Americans for Prosperity talks about next steps in the Nashville tax fight AND gives legislative updates on a number of key health care, right-to-work and criminal justice laws enacted in the recent legislative session.

Grant also closes with a hopeful message for Conservatives in TN that you will not want to miss.

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