Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Tennessee In ARPA Tax Mandate Lawsuit

A Federal Court Has Granted Tennessee And Kentucky Freedom On How To Distribute Funds From The American Rescue Plan Act.

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Nearly 8,700 Criminals Arrested At Southern Border In Past 10 Months, Including Repeat Sex Offenders

Over The Past 10 Months, U.S. Customs And Border Patrol Agents Have Arrested 8,691 Known Criminals Who Have Entered The U.S. Illegally Through The Southern Border. Combined, They Have Committed 12,685 Crimes In The U.S., According To Federal Data.

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Tennessee’s COVID Policies Limited Damage To Economy

Lee’s Approach To Pandemic Mitigation Efforts Helped Limit The Impact On TN’s Economy Without Having A Negative Effect On The State’s COVID-19 Metrics, A New Report from The Beacon Center Of Tennessee Says.

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New CDC Eviction Moratorium Will Not Apply In Tennessee

The Tennessee Court System Announced They Will Not Be Following The Centers For Disease Control’s New Eviction Moratorium After It Was Ruled Unconstitutional.

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States Join Coalition To Stop California From Setting U.S. Automotive Standards

A Coalition Of 16 States Is Urging The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency To Not Reinstate A Waiver Allowing California To Implement Its Own Carbon Emissions Standards That Essentially Regulate The Automotive Industry For The Rest Of The U.S.

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Plane Carrying Immigrant Children Lands In Knoxville

On Thursday Night, A Plane Carrying Unidentified Children Landed In Knoxville. Video Captured By WVLT News Shows People Leaving The Plane To Board Two Buses. The Video Appeared To Show Primarily Pre-Teen And Teenage Children.

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Price Tag To Clean Up Tennessee Mines $126M

The Federal Government’s Abandoned Mine Land Fee Is Set To Expire In September, And The National Mining Association Contends $12 Billion Already Paid Into The Fund By Mining Companies To Address Issues At Abandoned Mine Sites Has Been Misused. In Tennessee…

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At Least 7 States Amend Mask Requirements To Align With Updated CDC Guidance

At Least 7 States Amended Their Existing Mask Orders To Align With CDC Guidance And Exempt Fully Vaccinated Individuals From Most Indoor Mask Requirements, As Of May 14.

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Surveys Show Largest Expansion Of School Choice In U.S. History

More Children Are Likely To Have Increased Access To Educational Options After State Legislators Across The U.S. Advanced A Slew Of Bills This Year Expanding School Choice, According To Several State-By-State Surveys.

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