Tennessee’s Highest Court Hears Arguments On School Choice – June 7, 2021 TTC News Break

1) Tennessee’s Highest Court Hears Arguments On School Choice
2)Tennessee Announces Three Sales Tax Holidays
3) TN Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Receives $53M In New Federal Funding

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TN Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Receives $53M In New Federal Funding

The Tennessee Department Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) Is Receiving More Than $53 Million In Additional Funding From The Federal Government To Address Post-Covid Mental Health And Substance Use Needs.

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Metro Nashville Police To Partner With Mental Health Initiative

The Metro Nashville Police Department Is Gearing Up For A New Mental Health Pilot Program To Begin In June. The Long-Awaited Experimental Trial Will Begin On June 28 In Two Of The Department’s Eight Precincts, The North Precinct And The Hermitage Precinct.

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New Video Series Offers Emotional Support To Tennessee Teachers

On Thursday, May 6, The Tennessee Department Of Education Launched Their Educator Emotional Support Video Series, Which Provides Free Mental Health Resources To Tennessee Teachers.

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Mental Health Trust Fund For Tennessee Students Advances

Legislation Aimed At Addressing The Mental Health Needs Of Tennessee’s K-12 Students Is Advancing Through House Committees. The Bill Has Found Support With Many Mental Health Advocacy Groups, Despite Opposition From Some Lawmakers.

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Complete Breakdown Of Lee’s Proposed 2021-22 Fiscal Budget

Gov. Bill Lee Has Announced His Amendment To The Proposed 2021-22 Fiscal Year Budget Which Includes $580 Million In Available Funds.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 31, 2021

1) Small Businesses Finally Get Justice
2) Lee Acknowledges Mental Health Damage Caused By Government School Handling of Covid
3) TN Guardsmen Return Home
4) Voting Laws Changing
5) Hamilton County Schools Look for Ways to Resolve Failure to Teach Children Basic Literacy
6) Kids Learn Football Basics from Professional Athletes

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Governor Lee Reintroduces Mental Health Trust Fund Proposal

Governor Bill Lee Presented A Renewed $250 Million Proposal On Monday That Would Provide Mental Health Services For K-12 Students In Tennessee. This Push Comes As Concern Over Mental Health Has Increased Throughout The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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