State Senator Calls For Inquiry Into Tennessee No-Bid Contracts

Tennessee State Sen. Heidi Campbell Has Written Nashville District Attorney General Glenn Funk, Asking Him To Look Into No-Bid Contracts Issued By Gov. Bill Lee’s Administration During The Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Legislators Question State’s $75 Million Contact Tracing Expense With Inexperienced Company

Without Full Legislative Consideration – And Without Public Disclosure – Tennessee Health Officials Have Spent $75 Million To Date, Paying A Hendersonville Medical Company To Handle Contact Tracing.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 Weekend Digest!… August 13, 2021

1) Sexton Asks Lee For Special Session To Address School’s COVID Response
2) Lee’s Executive Order Opens Door For Construction Of Temporary Quarantine/Isolation Facilities In TN
3) State Expects Chattanooga Illegal Alien Shelter’s License To Be Suspended Into Fall
4) Legislators Seek Answers Regarding Billions In No-Bid Contracts
5) Concert Promoter Discriminates Against COVID-19 Survivors With Natural Immunity
6) Maryville Event Venue Closes Its Doors To Freedom Matters Tour
7) Hamilton County Curriculum Review Reveals Widespread CRT Ideologies

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Legislators Seek Answers Regarding Billions of Dollars In No-Bid Contracts

Lawmakers Are Questioning Billions Of Dollars Of Deals That The State Made After Lee’s Executive Order In Response To The Pandemic Gave Departments Permission To Enter Into Contracts Without Taking Bids.

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$26.5M No-Bid Contract For COVID Testing Supplies Questioned By Fiscal Oversight Committee

A No-Bid Contract For COVID-19 Testing Supplies That Turned Out To Be Unusable Questioned By Committee. Lawmakers Seek Method To Get Out Of Contract.

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