A Battle Is Brewing In The General Assembly Over Caps On County Property Taxes. Economist Art Laffer, An Advisor To Multiple Republican Presidents, Is Pushing Lawmakers To Prevent Large One-Time County Property Taxes Increases That He Says Stunt Growth.Read more
A Tennessee Bill Would Cap Property Tax Increases In The State At 2% Plus Inflation Each Year And 6% Plus Inflation Over A Three-Year Span.Read more
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Illegal Immigration, Property Tax Relief, Voice Votes, Kevorkian Bill & MORE in the BIG 7!Read more
With Many Veterans Across The Country Struggling To Find Affordable Housing And Dealing With Various Disabilities, Senator Rusty Crowe (R-Johnson City-District 3,) A Veteran Himself, Has Introduced A Bill Designed To Assist Disabled Veterans In Tennessee.Read more
A New Poll Shows Tennessee Residents Believe The State Should Be Involved In Capping How High Property Taxes Can Rise.Read more
While Tennessee Boasts Low Per Capita Debt And A Commendable Commitment To Tax Cuts, Many Local Governments Across The State Are Failing To Manage Their Finances Responsibly. This Mismanagement Is Directly Contributing To Rising Property Taxes, Placing A Significant Burden On Homeowners And Hindering The State’s Economic Growth.Read more
In Tennessee’s Thriving Counties, Growth Is More Than A Statistic; It’s A Living, Breathing Force Reshaping Communities. But Behind These Impressive Growth Numbers Lies A Complex Narrative About Fiscal Responsibility, One That Demands Closer Examination.Read more
Tennessee Has Two Of The Four Among The Largest 50 Metro Cities That Doesn’t Have Set Tax Funding For Transit Agencies, According To A New Report.Read more
Brandon Bringing You News You Can Use, That Is Not Meant To Confuse Conservative Republicans Into Thinking That Those Masquerading In Tennessee Media Actually Give A Rip About Your Republican Values!Read more
Since 1949, Tennessee Government Has Relied On Sales Tax As The Primary Source Of Funding. Prior To 1949, The State Also Relied On A Statewide Property Tax. The State Property Tax Went Away But The Empowering Legislation Did Not. A Proposed Amendment To The Tennessee Constitution Will Address This By Forever Banning A Statewide Property Tax In The Volunteer State.Read more