“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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Metro Nashville Council To Put an End to Unnecessary Emissions Testing

In Their Tuesday Night Meeting, Metro Council Members Voted Unanimously To Put A Stop To Vehicle Emissions Testing In Nashville.

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Vanderbilt Hits Snag Over Plan To Build Hospital In Rutherford County

A Plan By Vanderbilt University Medical Center To Expand Its Rutherford County Footprint With A New 42-Bed, $144 Million Hospital Is Once Again Facing Opposition From Major Hospitals Already Serving Patients In The Fast-Growing Region.

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Tyranny In Small Town Tennessee

The Genius Of Our Founding Fathers Was Not Just Three Co-Equal Branches Of Government, But Their Vision For A Government “For The People And By The People”. Their Vision For Citizen Participation In Government To Ensure Those Elected To Public Office, Are Meeting The Wants And Needs Of Those They Represent. However, Many Parents Across This Country Are Finding Significant Opposition To This Foundational Principle, Especially From Those We Have Elected To Educate Our Children. In One Parents’ Case, This Resulted In Law Enforcement Intervention To Prevent Such Participation In A Small Town In Rutherford County, Tennessee.

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Democrats’ Congressional District Map Draws Ice-Water Reaction

Tennessee Democrats Are Submitting A Congressional Redistricting Map That Keeps Davidson County Whole And Puts Communities Of Interest Together, But At Least One State Senator Is Pouring Cold Water On The Plan.

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Davidson County May Join Surrounding Counties In Ending Emissions Testing

Kevin Rhoten, Metro Councilman (District 14), Filed A Resolution On Tuesday To End Emissions Testing In Davidson County, Following The Lead Of Several Surrounding Counties.

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