Tennessee Spending $350 Million To Bolster Liberty Bowl & FedEx Forum In Memphis

Head Over Heels For Big-Time Sports, The State Of Tennessee Is Pouring Hundreds Of Millions Into Stadium Projects In An Effort To Lure Big Events And Improve The Game-Day Experience For Fans, Including Those Attending Liberty Bowl And FedEx Forum Games In Memphis.

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Tennessee NIL Bill To Match AG’s Lawsuit Heads To Gov. Lee

A Bill To Change Tennessee’s College Athletics Name, Image And Likeness Rules To Match A Lawsuit Against The National Collegiate Athletic Association From Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Passed The House Late Tuesday And Will Next Head To Gov. Bill Lee For His Signature.

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Tennessee College Athlete NIL Bill Headed To Full House

A Bill To Change Tennessee’s Rules For College Athlete’s Name, Image And Likeness Passed Its Final Committee Hurdle Before Heading To The Full House.

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FedExForum Renovation Funding Agreement Set With City, Memphis Tourism

Memphis And The City’s Convention And Visitors Bureau Came To An Agreement Over Hotel-Motel Tax Funds For The Renovation Of The FedExForum But Details Of The Agreement Were Not Released. Rep. Kevin Vaughn Said That The Agreement Means That The Funding Is In Place To Complete The Renovation.

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Developer-Backed Bill To End Wetlands Protections Shelved By Tennessee Senate

A Controversial Bill To Roll Back Protections On More Than 430,000 Acres Of Wetlands In Tennessee Has Been Effectively Defeated, With A Senate Committee Voting Wednesday To Send The Measure To A Legislative Study Session Over The Summer.

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