Lee Declares Southern Border A ‘National Security Crisis’

Over The Weekend, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Traveled To The U.S. Southern Border To Meet With Tennessee National Guards Troops And Receive Briefings Regarding The Skyrocketing Rate Of Illegal Crossings And Criminal Activities.

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Tennessee Serves Provides Meals For Families In Distress

Tennessee Serves, An Initiative Led By The State’s First Lady Maria Lee, Has Provided Meals To Just Under Two Hundred Thousand Families In Need. The Initiative Is In Partnership With The Five Feeding America Affiliates In Tennessee And So Far Has Provided 191,713 Meals.

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Tennessee Fosters Hope Initiative Expands with New App

Governor Lee And First Lady Maria Announced A Plan In Which The Governor’s Office Will Team Up With The TN Department Of Children’s Services And Two Nonprofit Organizations In An Effort To Make The State A Leader In Helping Children In The Foster Care System.

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Governor Lee Emphasizes State Literacy Efforts on Read Across America Day

Governor Bill Lee And First Lady Maria Stopped By Paragon Mills Elementary School In Nashville On Tuesday To Celebrate Read Across America Day. The Governor Used The Opportunity To Draw Attention To The State’s Increased Efforts To Bolster Literacy Skills.

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Nashville Bombing Suspect Died In Christmas Morning Explosion

Law Enforcement Officials Stated Sunday A 63-Year Old Man Of Antioch, Tennessee Was Likely Responsible For The Bombing. FBI Found Tissue Samples Consistent With The Suspect At The Scene.

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Lee Limits Gatherings To 10; Health Official Says Christmas Surge Could ‘Break’ Hospitals

After Strong Words For Tennessee Citizens Last Week Regarding Choices Made Over The Thanksgiving Holiday, Lee Limits Indoor Public Gatherings In The State To No More Than Ten Individuals Through January 19th.

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