Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision

Rather Than Accepting The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Recent Decision To Allow The State’s Pilot Education Savings Account Program To Move Forward, Metro Nashville Is Asking The Court To Rethink Its Decision.

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NRA & Conservative Watchdogs Sound Alarm Over McNally’s Incumbent Protection Bill

The National Rifle Association (NRA) And Tennessee Conservative Watchdog Groups See Many Potential Issues That Could Arise Due To The Legislation And Have Voiced Their Concerns To The Tennessee Conservative And Lawmakers Alike.

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Tennessee Voters Support Right-To Work Amendment, Poll Finds

The Committee Advocating For A Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Said A Recent Poll Shows 64% Of Tennesseans Will Vote “Yes” To Add The Amendment To The State Constitution.

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Weary Of Social Media Prying, Lawmakers Delve Into Data Privacy

TN Legislators Plan To Push Forward With Legislation Designed To Let Tennesseans Know What Companies Are Doing With Their Data When They Sign A Contract.

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Battle Lines Drawn Over Governor’s Education Funding Review

Gov. Bill Lee And Supporters Call His Statewide Review Of Tennessee’s K-12 Funding Formula An Effort To Target Money To Fit Each Student’s Needs. Critics, In Contrast, Say It Is An Effort To Fast Track And Funnel State Dollars To Private Schools.

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Haslam Named Treasurer Of TN Right-To-Work Amendment Committee

Former Governor Bill Haslam Will Serve As Treasurer On The Newly Formed “Yes On 1” Committee That Was Launched To Put Right-To-Work Into The Tennessee Constitution.

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TN Jobless Claims Hits Pandemic Low As Federal Unemployment Benefits Come To End

Tennessee Had Its Lowest Number Of New Unemployment Claims In The Week Ending June 19th Since The Impact Of COVID-19 Began In March 2020.

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U.S. Senate Report Says Tennessee Economy Will Suffer From End Of Federal Unemployment Benefits

Critics Question A New Report From The U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee That Says Tennessee Will Miss Out On $486 Million Going Into Its Local Economy When Gov. Bill Lee Ends The State’s Participation In The Federal Unemployment Pandemic Relief Program.

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