Tennessee Officials Won’t Say What Companies Benefit From $1.2B Tax Refund – Property Records Provide A Clue

Nissan, FedEx, Brown-Forman (The Owner Of Jack Daniels) And Eastman Chemical Each Control Over $500 Million Worth Of Assets In Tennessee, Making Them The Most Likely Beneficiaries Of Gov. Bill Lee’s Plan To Change The State’s Business Property Tax.

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Electric Vehicle Industry Expands In Tennessee

Dongwha Electrolyte, 6K Energy, Tritium, And Ultium Have All Recently Released Plans To Increase Business With The State, Working Alongside Car Manufacturers Nissan, GM, And Ford To Increase The Production Of Electric Vehicles.

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Corporate-Owned Businesses Scramble For Ways To Sidestep Tennessee Abortion Ban

After The Announcement Last Friday That The U.S. Supreme Court Had Overturned Roe V. Wade, Corporate-Owned Businesses In Tennessee Have Been Working On Ways To Sidestep The Expected Upcoming Trigger Law Abortion Ban In Tennessee And The Heartbeat Law, Now In Effect After The Sixth Circuit Court Of Appeals Lifted The Injunction On The Law First Passed In 2020.

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Stockard On The Stump: Welcome To The Green New Deal, Tennessee

Lawmakers Across The State Are Cheering The Blue Oval City Plan For The Memphis Regional Megasite, A Ford-SK Innovation Project To Build Electric Trucks And Batteries That Will Transform Southwest Tennessee.

But The $5.6 Billion Project, Which Will Lead To 5,800 Jobs, Comes With Some Teeth Grinding And Eye Rolling As Well.

In Other Words, To Land This Deal For Another Auto Manufacturer, State Leaders Are Having To Play Friendly With A Company Clearly Embracing President Joe Biden’s Green New Deal And The United Auto Workers.

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Tennessee House Bill Seeks Exclusion Of LGBTQ Lifestyle Textbooks From Curriculum

A Bill To Exclude LGBTQ Lifestyles From The Content Of Public School Books And Educational Materials Has Entered The Tennessee Legislature.

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Tennessee To Set Up Electric Car Stations Across The State

There Were 11,000+ Electric Cars Registered In Tennessee At The End Of 2020. These Extra Charging Stations Should Give Motorists Who Use Electric Vehicles Plenty Of Places To Charge, Without Having To Worry About Where The Next Station Will Be.

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