Food Program Participants Receive Money Without Feeding Children

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Once Again Found Issues With Sponsors Participating In The State’s Two Federally-Funded Food Programs – The Child And Adult Care Food Program And The Summer Food Service Program For Children, Which Are Administered By The Tennessee Department Of Human Services (DHS). These Programs Most Commonly Provide Snacks And Meals To Children.

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Both U.S. Senators And Five Representatives From Tennessee Awarded High Marks In CPAC Report

Both U.S. Senators, Along With Five U.S. Representatives From The Tennessee Delegation Are Named In The Top 10% Of Conservative Lawmakers In Congress In The 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Report.

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Growing Number of Tennessee Seniors Will Increase Demand For State Services

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Released An Updated Version Of Its Report On Senior Long-Term Care In Tennessee. The Report Indicates The Number Of Tennessee Seniors Age 60 And Over Is Expected To Increase By 30% From 1.6 Million In 2020 To 2.1 Million In 2040. The Number Of Those Age 80 And Over In Tennessee Is Forecast To Double During This Time.

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GOP report: Teachers Unions Got ‘Unprecedented Access’ After Donating Tens Of Millions To Democrats

A Newly Released Report From Republican Lawmakers On The Select Subcommittee On The Coronavirus Crisis Alleges That Teachers Unions Had “Unprecedented Access” In Determining School Covid-19 Guidelines After Giving Millions Of Dollars To Democratic Candidates In 2020.

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“Economic Expansion” Results In Billions Of Dollars In Infrastructure Needs

Tennessee Has $61.9 Billion In Infrastructure Needs Across The State, According To A Report Presented On Tuesday From The Tennessee Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR).

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