Architect Of Biden’s Anti MAGA Speech Sits On UT’s Civics Institute Board

One Of UT’s Civics Institute Appointees, Jon Meacham, Who Is A Visiting Professor And Co-Chair Of Vanderbilt University’s Project On Unity And American Democracy, Is Also One Of The Architects Behind President Joe Biden’s Speech That Labeled MAGA Republicans As Being A “Threat” To America.

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Tennessee Counties, Cities Receive $38M In Federal Funds For Water Infrastructure Improvements

Six Tennessee Counties Are Receiving Federal Grants That Add Up To Nearly $38 Million For Water Infrastructure.

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Chattanooga City Council Unanimously Approves Mayor Kelly’s Budget

The Chattanooga City Council On Tuesday Approved Mayor Tim Kelly’s One Chattanooga Budget On Second Reading, With $10 Million In Additional Road Paving, $33 Million Toward Affordable Housing, And $2 Million Toward Homelessness Prevention And Rehousing Efforts — With No Tax Increase.

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Tennessee Has Given Out Six FastTrack Incentive Grants of $1Million Or Greater So Far In 2022

Tennessee Allocated Six Incentive Grants Worth At Least $1 Million To Companies This Year Who Are Either Building New Facilities Or Expanding Facilities In The State.

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Gov. Lee Announces Key Cabinet Leadership Transitions

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Announced The Appointments Of Deputy Governor Butch Eley To Also Serve As Commissioner Of The Tennessee Department Of Transportation (TDOT) And Jim Bryson To Serve As Commissioner Of The Tennessee Department Of Finance And Administration (F&A).

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Skeptical Tennessee Supreme Court Hears Knoxville Streaming Case

The City Of Knoxville Faced A Skeptical Tennessee Supreme Court Tuesday In Its Bid To Use The Judicial System To Try To Force Video Streaming Providers Netflix And Hulu To Pony Up Cable Television Franchise Fees.

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Chattanooga Gets $19 Million Loan For Water Improvements

Gov. Bill Lee And Commissioner David Salyers Of The Tennessee Department Of Environment And Conservation Announced A $19 Million Loan For The City Of Chattanooga To Improve Water Infrastructure.

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Tennessee Narrows List For Spending Final $600M Of COVID Stimulus

The Tennessee Financial Stimulus Accountability Group Has Categorized And Will Be Reviewing More Than 60 Applications For At Least $275 Million In Grants To Nonprofit Groups Or Public Service Organizations Affected By Covid-19.

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Lee Proposes $626M In Transportation Spending In TN Budget

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Includes $626.5 Million In Road Projects For The Tennessee Department Of Transportation.

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