Study Committee Seeks Answers To Illegal Immigration In TN

On Tuesday July 15, 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Met Live For The Second Time In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN. They Heard Presentations From The Governor’s Office, Department Of Children’s Services And The Fiscal Review Committee.

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Criticism Continues For State’s $2.5M ‘Tennessee On Me’ Tourism Campaign

When The Promotions Featuring Gov. Bill Lee And Country Music Star Brad Paisley Began For The New “Tennessee On Me” Tourism Initiative, It Took Many Of Lee’s Republican Colleagues By Surprise.

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Tennessee Tourism Tab: $2.5M For Airline Vouchers

The New Tourism Campaign, “Tennessee On Me,” Paid For With $2.5 Million Set Aside For Tourism In The State’s New Budget, Gives A $250 Airline Voucher To Anyone Who Books A Two-Night Stay In One Of Four Tennessee Cities, With Some Stipulations.

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Online College In Tennessee More Expensive Than Attending In Person

College Students In Tennessee Pay More To Do Their Schooling Online Than They Do To Attend Courses In Person, A Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Showed.

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Tennessee Locales Rank Poorly In Analysis Of Best-Run Cities

A New Report From Wallethub Ranks Chattanooga, Tennessee, As The Fourth-Worst Run Large City In The Country, Behind Washington, D.C., San Francisco And New York. Not Far Behind, At No. 133, Was Memphis While Knoxville Was 113th And Nashville Ranked 111th.

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TN Dept Of Education To Support Teacher Endorsements

The Tennessee Department Of Education Will Be Providing Support To Current Educators So They Can Receive Additional Teaching Endorsements. Teachers Will Be Able To Earn Endorsement In English As A Second Language, Special Education And Secondary Mathematics.

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Clarksville Among Country’s Fastest-Growing Metro Areas

A Recent Report Shows That While The Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin Metro Area Is One Of The Largest Growing Markets In The Country, It Is Clarksville That Ranks As The Fifth-Fastest Growing Housing Market In The U.S. In Terms Of New Housing Permits.

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TN Public School Teacher Says He Will “Break The Law” And Teach Critical Race Theory To Children

In An Article Posted On The Paris Post-intelligencer, Humboldt High School Teacher Tony Kendall Wrote That He Would Continue Teaching Critical Race Theory, Even If It Is Illegal In The State Of Tennessee.

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Lee Joins Iowa Governor In Support Of Oversight Hearing On Border Crisis

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Along With Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Sent A Letter To The Ranking Member Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Charles Grassley, In Support Of His Continued Calls For An Oversight Hearing regarding the Border Crisis.

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Tennessee Baseball Heads To Super Regional

As The Overall Number Three Seed In The 64-team NCAA Tournament, The Vols Will Face LSU In The Knoxville Super Regional On Saturday, June 12, At 7 P.M. ET On ESPN2. Game Two Will Be Sunday At Noon Or 3 P.M. ET On ESPN2 Or ESPNU, And Game Three…

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