Governor Lee Signs Off On Unemployment, Certificate-Of-Need Reform

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Has Signed Bills To Lower The Number Of Weeks Residents Can Accept Unemployment Benefits And To Reform Hospital Certificates Of Need.

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TN General Assembly Cuts Unemployment Eligibility Weeks By Over Half, Bumps Up Benefit Amount

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A Bill That Will Cut The Number Of Weeks Tennesseans Are Eligible For Unemployment From 26 Weeks To 12 Weeks. House Bill 1039 Also Increases The Weekly Benefit Amount.

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House Passes Textbook Transparency Act And Expands Scholarship Eligibility To Home Schoolers

The Tennessee House Of Representatives Overwhelmingly Supported Legislation This Week That Ensures All Textbooks In The Hands Of Tennessee Students Are Accessible To The Public To View And Removed Restrictions On Home-Schoolers To Receive The HOPE Scholarship.

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Lee’s Criminal Justice Reform Focuses On Re-Entry, Imprisonment Alternatives

Gov. Bill Lee Has Promised Criminal Justice Reform In Tennessee, And Several Of His Proposed Bills That Are Set To Move Forward In Coming Weeks Could Have A Significant Effect On Those In The State’s Prison System.

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Tennessee House Passes Measure To Make COVID Relief Tax Deductible For Businesses

Some Tennessee Businesses Could Receive More COVID-19 Pandemic Assistance After A Bill That Would Exempt Relief Funds From State Taxes Unanimously Passed The House On Monday Night.

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Tennessee Bill Would Eliminate Privilege Tax For More Professions

The Tennessee Legislature Is Considering The Removal Of A $400 Annual “Privilege Tax” On Individuals Licensed Or Registered To Practice In Any Of Seven Professions: Attorneys, Securities Agents, Broker-dealers, Investment Advisers, Lobbyists, Doctors And Osteopathic Physicians.

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