Nashville Mayor Approves License Plate Readers And Limits Party Buses Amid Signing of New Legislation

Nashville Mayor John Cooper Signed Several Pieces Of Legislation On Monday That Will Bring Changes To Music City. New Laws Include The Installation Of New License Plate Readers, As Well As Ordinances Regarding Downtown Noise Levels And Entertainment Vehicles.

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MNPD And Nashville Mayor Say MNPS Will Get An SRO In Every Elementary School But Make No Commitments To A Timeline

This Past Week In A Shift From Prior Statements, Mayor John Cooper And MNPD Police Chief John Drake Stated That There Will Be An Armed Sro In Every Elementary School- Eventually.

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FAA Won’t Recognize New Nashville Airport Board Until State And City Resolve Lawsuit

The Federal Aviation Administration Has Informed Tennessee And Nashville Officials It Will Continue To Recognize The Current Airport Board Until A Court Rules On A Pending Lawsuit Over Its Makeup.

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Nashville Has A Conservative Running For Mayor, And Her Name Is Natisha Brooks

There Is A Candidate That Feels She Would Bring A Fresh Perspective To Governing, Her Name Is Natisha Brooks, And She Is Running For Mayor Of Nashville As A Republican. Considering Nashville Hasn’t Had A Republican Running The City Since 1860, Many Would Say It’s About Time.

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Metro Nashville Board Denies Coverage Of Gender Reassignment Surgery For City Employees

The Metro Nashville Employee Benefit Board Has Rejected A Proposal That Would Have Expanded Insurance Coverage To Allow For Funding To Pay For Gender Reassignment Surgeries For City Employees.

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Nashville Mayor Proposes Additional $100 Million For Metro Public Schools

While Nashville Mayor John Cooper Has Proposed A $100 Million Budget Increase For Metro Public Schools, Some Advocates Say That Still Is Not Enough To Provide The Pay That Some System Employees Deserve.

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Nashville Votes To Send Jones Back To Tennessee House

Metro Nashville Is Sending Justin Jones Back To Tennessee’s House Of Representatives. Without Objection, The Council Suspended Its Rules To Immediately Nominate And Approve Jones To Fill The District 52 Seat As Jones Sat In The Gallery.

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2 Tennessee Democrats Are Expelled From Office & 1 Is Spared: Was It All Worth It?

Yesterday, After A Nearly 11-Hour Session On The Tennessee State House Floor, Two Democrats, Justin Jones And Justin Pearson Were Expelled From Their Seats As Representatives Of Their Districts, And Only Gloria Johnson Remained. With Efforts Already Underway To Put Jones And Pearson Back In Office, Was It All Worth It?

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