Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled

A Davidson County Judge Has Ruled That A July 27 Referendum Election On Six Proposed Changes To Nashville’s Metro Charter – Including One That Would Reduce Property Taxes – Will Not Happen.

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Nashville Schools Administrator Publicizes Support of Critical Race Theory

A Key Member Of Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Administration Took To Twitter Over The Weekend To Promote Critical Race Theory.

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Missouri Couple Pleads Guilty To Protecting Their Home From Rioters – What Would Happen In Tennessee?

A Missouri Couple Now Has Criminal Records For Brandishing Firearms To Protect Their Property During BLM Riots. Would Homeowners Face The Same Charges If This Happened In The State Of Tennessee?

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New Study Measures Nonprofit’s Impact On Nashville Economy

The More Than 1,100 Nonprofit Organizations In The 13-county Nashville Region Contributed $14.4 Billion To The Regional Gross Domestic Product, According To An Economic Impact Study By The Center For Nonprofit Management.

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Tennessee’s Highest Court Hears Arguments On School Choice

Tennessee’s Highest Court Heard Arguments On A Disputed School Choice Program Last Thursday, June 3rd.

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Tennesseans Feel Angered, Misled By Lee’s Misdirection, Handling Of Illegal Immigration

Many Tennesseans Are Confused By Governor Lee’s Recent Outspoken Denouncement Of Biden’s Immigration Policies When Held In Contrast To Lee’s Previous Statements And Policies Regarding “Refugee Resettlement” In Tennessee.

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Nashville Tax Referendum Tied Up In Court

A Referendum Election On Reforms To Limit Nashville’s Property Tax Rates, End Lifetime Benefits For Public Employees And Make It Easier For Officials To Be Recalled Is Again Held Up In Court.

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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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Bill Filed For Constitutional Amendment To Limit Emergency Powers Of Federal & State Officials in Tennessee

Senator Mark Pody Has Filed A Resolution With The Tennessee Senate To Add An Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution To Limit The Emergency Powers Of Federal And State Officials.

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New Petition Effort Seeks To Limit Nashville Metro Government’s Spending

After A Referendum Effort To Appeal Nashville’s 34% Property Tax Increase And Limit City Officials’ Spending Died In Court Last Fall, The Attorney Behind The Effort Has Launched A New Petition Aimed At Nashville Metro Government.

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