TN Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Kingston Coal Ash Illnesses In Workers

With Workers Twice Rejecting Settlement Offers And Federal Court Judges Shooting Down Multiple Appeals, Jacobs Engineering Inc., Turned To The Tennessee Supreme Court In An Attempt To Escape Financial Responsibility For Its Role In The Alleged Poisoning Of The Kingston Coal Ash Disaster Workforce.

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6th Circuit Shoots Down Immunity For TVA Coal Ash Spill Contractor Jacobs Engineering

A Federal Appellate Court On Wednesday Struck Down A Last-Ditch Appeal By A Tennessee Valley Authority Contractor Accused In The Mass Poisoning By Radioactive Coal Ash Waste Of The Utility’s Kingston Disaster Workforce.

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Former Kingston Elementary PTO Treasurer Misappropriated Money

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Determined That The Former Treasurer Of The Kingston Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization Misappropriated PTO Funds Totaling At Least $19,363 Between October 2014 And August 2018.

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Stand Up For Freedom Peaceful Protest Planned In Kingston

A Peaceful Gathering Of Tennessee Patriots Is Planned To Take Place This Saturday, September 18th in Kingston To Protest Vaccine Mandates, Vaccine Passports And Medical Tyranny.

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Craft Brewer Distribution Bill Signed By Lee

Johnson City Brewing Owner Eric Latham Started The Process Four Years Ago To Get Small Craft Brewers The Right To Self-Distribute Outside Of County Lines In Tennessee. Latham Learned Monday His Efforts And The Efforts Of Many Others Have Led To The Bill Gov. Bill Lee Signed Into Law Last Week.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $1 Million for Coal Industry

TN Legislators Passed A Bill That Will Allow The State To Regain Control Of A Coal Industry That Has Been Seriously Lacking In Production In Recent Years. Initial Agreements Showed That Oversight Of The Industry Would Come At No Cost To The State, But The New Bill Will Leave Tennessee Paying Nearly $1 Million Per Year.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Lee’s Top Criminal Justice Priorities

The Tennessee Senate Passed Two Criminal Justice Reform Bills Wednesday That Aim To Alter How Many Tennesseans Go To Jail For Minor Offenses And To Require Mandatory Supervision Once People Leave Prison.

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Senate Approves Constitutional Amendment To Change How Tennessee Attorney General Is Selected

Senate Joint Resolution 1 Calls For Both Chambers Of The General Assembly To Confirm The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Nomination For Attorney General Rather Than Allowing The High Court To Appoint The Attorney General Through A Secret Vote Of Justices.

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Tennessee Power Companies To Look Outside TVA For Electricity Sources

Local Power Companies In Tennessee Are Looking To Find Outside Sources Of Electricity, After Using The Tennessee Valley Authority For Over 80 Years. Using Outside Sources Could Lead To Cheaper Electricity.

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