K-12 Education Funding Has Doubled In Tennessee Since 1992

K-12 Education Is The Top Expenditure In Tennessee’s Budget And Has More Than Doubled, Adjusted For Inflation, Since The Current School Funding Plan Began In 1992, A Sycamore Institute Report Shows.

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To-Go Alcohol In Tennessee Remains, But With Added Tax

Of The Many Alcohol-Related Bills That Passed The Tennessee Legislature This Year And Were Signed By Gov. Bill Lee, One Maintains A Popular Pandemic Rule But Taxes Consumers For It.

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Study Finds Tennessee Collects $38M In Court Fines, Fees

A New Report From The Sycamore Institute Shows Tennessee Collects Nearly $38 Million Annually In Fines And Fees Through The Criminal Justice System, While County Governments Are Collecting A Shrinking Amount In Fines And Fees.

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Carrying Handgun Without Permit Approved By Tennessee Senate

The Tennessee Senate Passed Legislation Thursday That Would Allow For The Carrying Of Handguns In The State Without A Permit. The Senate Bill’s Companion, House Bill 786, Still Is Working Its Way Through The Committee Process In The House.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 17, 2021

-Constitutional Carry One Step Closer To Becoming Law
-New Legislation Aims to Increase Transparency of Foreign Influences on Colleges in Tennessee
-Lee Says Tennessee Doesn’t Need Its Share Of American Rescue Plan Funding
-American Rescue Plan Act To Provide States 116 Times Their Revenue Losses
-Biden’s Oil & Gas Ban Undermines New Mexico’s Ability To Safeguard Economy, Environment
-COVID-19 And Hamilton County Schools: One Year Later

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Spanish Auto Manufacturer To Locate New Operations In Chattanooga

Sesé industrial Services Has Announced They Will Open New Operations In Chattanooga. This Manufacturing Plant Will Assemble Axle Components For Volkswagen Chattanooga’s (VW) Electric Atlas And SUV.

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