Biden’s Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate Loses In Court Again

A U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals Agreed With A Lower Court Ruling That Imposed A Preliminary Injunction On The Proposed Mandate That Would Have Imposed The Covid-19 Vaccine On Federal Contractors And Also Required Tens Of Millions Of Americans To Wear Face Masks At Work.

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Tennessee National Guard Responds To Severe Flooding In Kentucky

Tennessee Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Jeff Holmes, Announced That Five Blackhawk Helicopters From The Tennessee Army National Guard Are Supporting State, County, And Local Emergency Responders Assisting Citizens Of Kentucky Impacted By Flash Flooding.

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Travel Nurse Leaves Fears Of Hospital Drug Tampering Across Three States

Health Officials In At Least Three States Are Investigating A Travel Nurse Suspected Of Tampering With And Potentially Contaminating Vials And Syringes Of Opioid Painkillers In Two Hospitals, Then Returning The Vials To Medication Cabinets Where They Could Be Unknowingly Given To Patients.

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Tennessee’s Convoy To Save America Journeys To Canadian Border To Support Truckers

The Tennessee Convoy Started Their Journey On Saturday Morning, Departing From Mt. Juliet And Traveling Through White House, TN, Kentucky And Ohio With Their Destination Being Buffalo, New York. The Convoy Carried Supplies To Truckers And Supporters To Help Them Peacefully Assemble In Celebration Of Freedom.

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IRS Extends Tax-Filing Deadline For Tennessee Tornado Victims

Victims Of The Recent Tornadoes In Parts Of Tennessee, As Well As Kentucky And Illinois, Will Have Until May 16th, 2022 To File Individual And Business Tax Returns And To Make Any Tax-Related Payments.

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Injunction Ordered Against Federal Contractor Mandates In Tennessee, Kentucky & Ohio

A U.S. District Judge In Kentucky Ordered A Preliminary Injunction Tuesday That Prevents The Enforcement Of President Joe Biden’s Federal Contractor Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate In Kentucky, Ohio And Tennessee.

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