Beacon Center’s 2021 Pork Report Highlights Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars Of Waste, Fraud & Abuse In TN

The Beacon Center Of Tennessee Has Released This Year’s “Pork Report” In An Appropriately-Themed “Recipe Book” Entitled 12 Recipes For Government Waste, Fraud And Abuse. The Tongue-In-Cheek Recipes Lay Out The Problems And Offer Up Workable Conservative Solutions.

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Public Policy Experts Call Out Hamilton County For $16 Million McDonald Farm Deal

In The 2021 Pork Report By The Beacon Center Of Tennessee, The Organization Calls Out Hamilton County Government For Spending $16 Million In Taxpayer Dollars For 2,170 Acres Of The McDonald Farm With The Hope Of Converting It Into A Center Of Economic Development.

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Nashvillians Continue To Push For Taxpayer Protection Act Amidst Lawsuit

Metro Nashville Has Issued A Lawsuit Against Davidson Election Commission In Response To Putting The Anti-tax Referendum Before Voters On July 27. The Court Has Called The Initiative To Roll Back A Raise In Property Taxes Unconstitutional. Another Lawsuit Was Filed Against The Commission By The Nashville Business Coalition.

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Grassroots Organization Calls For Elimination of Stadium Funding in Lee’s Budget Amendment

Following Reports That Governor Bill Lee’s Budget Amendment Includes A $13.5 Million Dollar Grant For A Minor League Stadium Americans For Prosperity-Tennessee (AFP-TN) Urged Legislators To Eliminate Politically-Driven Handouts.

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New Petition Effort Seeks To Limit Nashville Metro Government’s Spending

After A Referendum Effort To Appeal Nashville’s 34% Property Tax Increase And Limit City Officials’ Spending Died In Court Last Fall, The Attorney Behind The Effort Has Launched A New Petition Aimed At Nashville Metro Government.

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Beacon Center Names Nashville’s Property Tax Hike As Top Government Abuse Of The Year

“Cooper and the city council seem hell-bent on making sure Nashville’s growth comes to a screeching halt so that we end up like another Chicago,” the report states.

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