Lee Partners With Michigan College For Tennessee Charter Schools

Gov. Bill Lee Confirmed Thursday Hillsdale College, A Conservative Michigan Institution With Ties To Former President Trump’s Administration, Is Making A Big Push To Expand Its Influence In Tennessee With Multiple Charter Schools.

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Tennessee’s COVID Policies Limited Damage To Economy

Lee’s Approach To Pandemic Mitigation Efforts Helped Limit The Impact On TN’s Economy Without Having A Negative Effect On The State’s COVID-19 Metrics, A New Report from The Beacon Center Of Tennessee Says.

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New CDC Eviction Moratorium Will Not Apply In Tennessee

The Tennessee Court System Announced They Will Not Be Following The Centers For Disease Control’s New Eviction Moratorium After It Was Ruled Unconstitutional.

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Red States Have The Lowest Unemployment Rates

Republican-Led States And Vermont Reported The Lowest Unemployment Rates In April, According To A New Report by The U.S. Commerce Department. States Led By Democratic Governors Recorded The Highest Jobless Rates, According To The Report.

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House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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Economy Is Bouncing Back, But Proposed Tax Hikes Could Stifle Growth

Newly Released Economic Data Show The Economy Is Experiencing Accelerated Growth, Potentially Signaling A Rebound From The Economic Downturn Caused By The Pandemic, But Critics Warn Proposed Tax Hikes Could Stifle That Growth.

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46 Million Americans Can’t Afford Healthcare, Majority Of Hospitals Do Not Provide Pricing Transparency

Recent Polls Find 18% Of The Country Would Be Unable To Pay For Health Care If They Needed It And The Majority Of Hospitals In The U.S. Have Yet To Comply With A Transparency Ruling That Would Help Patients Shop Around For The Most Affordable Prices.

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Blue States Scramble To Loosen Restrictions After Red States’ Success

State Re-openings Around The Country Appear To Be Pressuring States – Particularly Northern States With Democratic Governors, To Soften Their Stances On Mitigations. Now, With Vaccines Promised To The Nation By May 1, Governors Who Had Dug In Are Relenting On Mitigations. Some More Slowly Than Others.

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Tennessee Pushes Ahead With In-Person Testing, Remote Learners Included, During Pandemic

While At Least Six States Are Seeking To Cancel Student Testing This Spring As The Pandemic Grinds On, Tennessee Isn’t Wavering In Its Plan To Give Tests In-Person To Most Of Its Nearly 1 Million Students.

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Biden’s Election Triggers Record Gun Sales

Due To Concerns About Biden’s Potential Restrictions On Firearm Purchases, A Record 4.3 Million People Bought Guns In January.

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