Governor’s Tourism Campaign Pays Thousands To Social Media Influencers

Tennessee Invested Thousands Of Dollars For Social Media Influencers To Promote The State’s New “Tennessee On Me” Tourism Campaign. The New Program, Funded With $2.5 Million Dollars Of Taxpayer Money, Provides Flight Vouchers To Individuals Flying Into One Of Several Major Tennessee Cities.

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Tennessee Stands Launches The ‘Freedom Matters’ Tour

Tennessee Stands Is Launching The Freedom Matters Tour To Promote Constitutional Values And To Encourage Tennesseans To STAND UP For Their Personal Liberties.

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More Tennessee Schools To Be Designated As ‘Trauma-Informed’

The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced That They Would Be Adding More Schools To The State’s Trauma-informed Schools Cohort. A Trauma-informed School In Tennessee Means The School Has Received Designation For Their Emphasis On Trauma-informed Strategies To Support Students.

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Tennessee Teacher Job Initiative Connects With More Than 2000 Educators

The Teacher Jobs Connection Is A Way For Educators To Be Connected With School Districts In The State. It Was Launched In May Of 2020 As A Way To Fill More Roles In Tennessee Schools.

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Missing Child Legislation Pushes Through to TN House Committee

“Evelyn Boswell’s Law” Passed Through The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee On Wednesday And Will Go Before Full House Committee Next Week.

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Tennessee Republicans Speak Out Against Trump Impeachment

All East Tennessee republicans voted against the impeachment. “Every single thug who rioted last week acted of their own free will and is personally responsible for their crimes. They were not forced by President Trump to do what they did, and the President should have called his supporters off long before he did,” Tim Burchett said.

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