Tennessee Airports Continue Request For $125M In Annual State Funding

Tennessee’s Airports Came To A Senate Committee Wednesday Again Asking To Receive $125 Million In Annual State Funding As The State Continues To Lower The Fuel Taxes That Once Funded Those Airports.

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Nashville Council, Sports Authority Awaiting Final Documents On $2.2B New Titans Stadium

The Metro Nashville Mayor’s Office Is Completing What It Is Calling The Definitive Documents For A New Deal On A $2.2 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium And Plan To Present The Final Documents To Metro’s Council By March.

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State Lawmakers File Legislation To Cut Metro Nashville Council In Half

Two State Lawmakers Have Filed Legislation To Significantly Reduce The Size Of The Metro Nashville Council – By Half.

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Third Grade Retention Law Could Pit Republicans Against Each Other

Amid Statewide Complaints About Tennessee’s Third-Grade Retention Law, Legislative Republicans Are Likely To Butt Heads Over Efforts To Tweak The Measure In 2023.

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Metro Nashville Approves Pilot Program For License Plate Readers

Nashville Drivers Will Soon Find Themselves In Front Of The Camera Now That The Metro Council Has Approved A 6-Month Pilot Program Of New Automatic License Plate Readers.

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TBI Director Requests Funding For Better Salaries To Hire Employees To Deal With Rape Kit Backlog

State Law Enforcement Officials Have Requested $45 Million In New Funding From The State, Funding That They Say Is Imperative If They Are Going To Be Able To Cut Down On Processing Times For Rape Kits

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New Tennessee Titans Stadium Tax Fund Projected To Collect $2.9B Over 34 years

A Sales Tax Fund Set To Pay For Nashville Revenue Bonds On A Proposed New $2.1 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium Is Expected To Collect $2.9 Billion Through 2056, According To Projections From Metro Nashville.

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Metro Nashville Charter Schools Banned From Annual School Options Fair

Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) Held Its Annual School Options Parade And Fair On November 19th And Did Not Allow The District’s Public Charter Schools To Be Included As Part Of The Event.

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