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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Tennessee ACLU Files Federal Lawsuit Over Transgender Bathroom Signs

The Tennessee Chapter Of The American Civil Liberties Union Filed A Federal Lawsuit Against The State’s New Transgender Bathroom Law On Friday, Claiming The Law Is “Unconstitutional” And That It Is A Violation Of First Amendment Rights “Against Compelled Speech.”

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Clarksville Among Country’s Fastest-Growing Metro Areas

A Recent Report Shows That While The Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin Metro Area Is One Of The Largest Growing Markets In The Country, It Is Clarksville That Ranks As The Fifth-Fastest Growing Housing Market In The U.S. In Terms Of New Housing Permits.

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Nashville DA Refuses To Enforce Transgender Bathroom Law

Despite Increased Pressure From Lawmakers, Davidson County District Attorney Glenn Funk Continues To Refuse To Enforce Tennessee’s New Law That Requires Businesses To Post Transgender-Friendly Bathroom Signs.

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Berry Season Begins, U-Pick Visits Return As Covid-19 Restrictions Lift

With Summer Officially Beginning On June 20 And Kids Soon To Be Getting Out Of School, Families May Be Looking For More Outdoor Activities To Participate In After A Year Of Staying At Home And Navigating School And Work With The Effects Of The Pandemic.

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FBI Investigates Former Tennessee House Speaker Casada’s Involvement in Phoenix Solutions

The Federal Bureau Of Investigation Is Looking At Whether Former Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada Was The Owner Of A Group That Conducted A Number Of Non-Legislative Tasks For Several Republican Lawmakers, Bringing In Over $230,000 From The House Republican Caucus.

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TN General Assembly Passes Measure To Expand Access To Quality, Affordable Healthcare

Before Leaving Nashville Last Week, Tennessee Lawmakers Passed Certificate-Of-Need (CON) Reform, Which Would Reduce The Requirements And Costs Associated With Opening, Reopening Or Expanding A Hospital.

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