Higher Ed Commission Tasked With Developing TN State Funding Plan

A Joint Legislative Committee Looking Into The State’s Historic Funding Of Tennessee State University Tabbed The Tennessee Higher Education Commission To Plot Out A Plan To Help The Institution Makeup For State Funding Issues Throughout The Years.

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FedEx Biggest Beneficiary Of TN Aviation Gas Tax Cut

A Tax Cut Is Going Into Effect Today In Tennessee, But The Largest Impact Will Be Felt By One Company. The Only Tennessee Company Hitting The Aviation Tax Cap Is FedEx.

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Hamilton County Seeks To Purchase McDonald Farm For Economic Development

In Yesterday’s Hamilton County Commission Meeting, The Commission Heard, On First Reading, Two Resolutions Regarding The Proposed Purchase Of McDonald Farms.

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SCOTUS Wades Into National Debate Over Pipelines

As Both Parties Debate The Construction Of New Oil And Gas Pipelines, The U.S. Supreme Court Has Weighed In, Saying States Cannot Overturn Federal Eminent Domain Permits For Those Projects.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Off To A Rocky Start

Less Than A Week After President Joe Biden And A Bipartisan Group Of Senators Came To An Agreement On An Infrastructure Package, There Is Already Uncertainty With The Terms Of The Deal As It Faces A Tough Battle In The Coming Weeks.

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Biden, Senators Reach Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework

The Biden Administration Said Thursday It Has Reached An Agreement On Infrastructure With A Coalition Of Senate Democrats And Republicans.

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Tennessee Locales Rank Poorly In Analysis Of Best-Run Cities

A New Report From Wallethub Ranks Chattanooga, Tennessee, As The Fourth-Worst Run Large City In The Country, Behind Washington, D.C., San Francisco And New York. Not Far Behind, At No. 133, Was Memphis While Knoxville Was 113th And Nashville Ranked 111th.

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