Former State Employee Indicted After Wrongfully Obtaining Grant Funds

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Resulted In The Indictment Of Gina Morton, A Former Employee Of The Tennessee Department Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services.

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Proposed TN Bill Would Prosecute Those Leaving Fake Reviews Online

Cancel Culture Has Spawned Many A “Retaliation Review” For Businesses That Refuse To Kowtow To Unreasonable Or Illogical Mandates Since 2020. This Petty Reality May Soon Be A Thing Of The Past As A Tennessee Bill Aims To Make Leaving A Fake Review Online A Misdemeanor.

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Vanderbilt Hits Snag Over Plan To Build Hospital In Rutherford County

A Plan By Vanderbilt University Medical Center To Expand Its Rutherford County Footprint With A New 42-Bed, $144 Million Hospital Is Once Again Facing Opposition From Major Hospitals Already Serving Patients In The Fast-Growing Region.

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Clarksville Residents Call Out Inconsistency With Halloween Event Cancellation

Last Week Dr. Anthony Fauci Said That Americans “Especially If They’re Vaccinated” Can “Go Out There And Enjoy Halloween.” This Guidance Came Too Late For The City Of Clarksville Though, Who Had Already Cancelled Their Annual Fright Of Franklin Event By The Time Dr. Fauci Was Reassuring Parents That Children Could Go Trick-Or-Treating In Small Groups.

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Nashville Nurses Denied Religious Exemptions At Saint Thomas Hospitals

Religious Exemptions Are Being Denied At Saint Thomas Hospitals In Nashville Despite Ascension’s Reassurance In July That They Would Provide Associates, Whose Strongly Held Religious Beliefs Prevent Them From Being Vaccinated, With A Process For Exemption.

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