Nashville Airport Board Legislation Ruled Unconstitutional

Metro Nashville Has Control Of The Nashville Airport Authority Again. A Three-Judge Panel That A Tennessee Law To Create An Eight-Member Board With Two Appointees Each For The Mayor, Governor, House Speaker And Senate Speaker Is Unconstitutional And That New Board Is Now Vacated.

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Metro Nashville Council Accepts $3 Million Grant To Fund SROs For District Schools

The Metro Nashville Council Accepted A Grant On Tuesday That Would Provide More Funding For School Resource Officers. This Grant Will Cover The Cost To Place SROs In Every Middle And High School In The Metro Area.

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Jewish Community In Tennessee Responds To Events In Israel

Tennessee’s Jewish Community Responds To Events In Israel With Prayer, Mourning And By Beefing Up Security At Synagogues And Schools.

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Nashville Files Lawsuit Over Sports Authority Changes, Fourth Suit Filed Against State This Year

Metro Nashville’s Government Filed Its Fourth Lawsuit Against The State This Year, Challenging Lawmaker-Imposed Changes To Its Board Overseeing Sports Venues, Including The Bridgestone Arena, Geodis Park And Nissan Stadium.

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3-Judge Panel Rules Against State On Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Voting Law

Tennessee Republican Lawmakers Lost Another Legal Battle With Metro Nashville’s Lawyers.A Three-Judge Panel Ruled That State-Forced Changes Around The Votes Need To Approve Renovations At The Nashville Fairground Speedway Violated The City’s Right To Determine Its Own Laws.

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Taxpayers To Pay $1B In Interest On New Titans Stadium, As Team Value Spikes From Project

In The Span Of One Week, The Tennessee Titans Team Value Increased $900 Million, While The Finalizing Of Bond Documents Show Taxpayers Are On The Hook For Nearly $1.1 Billion In Interest Payments As Part Of The Team’s New Taxpayer-Funded Stadium.

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Nashville Mayor Approves License Plate Readers And Limits Party Buses Amid Signing of New Legislation

Nashville Mayor John Cooper Signed Several Pieces Of Legislation On Monday That Will Bring Changes To Music City. New Laws Include The Installation Of New License Plate Readers, As Well As Ordinances Regarding Downtown Noise Levels And Entertainment Vehicles.

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