Bill Shifting More Memphis Hotel Tax To FedExForum Headed To Governor

A Bill Allowing Memphis To Divert More Of The Shelby County Hotel-Motel Tax To Renovations At FedExForum Passed The Tennessee Senate And Will Now Head To Gov. Bill Lee For His Signature.

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FedExForum Renovation Funding Agreement Set With City, Memphis Tourism

Memphis And The City’s Convention And Visitors Bureau Came To An Agreement Over Hotel-Motel Tax Funds For The Renovation Of The FedExForum But Details Of The Agreement Were Not Released. Rep. Kevin Vaughn Said That The Agreement Means That The Funding Is In Place To Complete The Renovation.

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House Bill 2936 Secures Parental Rights In Tennessee (Op-Ed)

Never Before Have Government Actors Been More Aggressive About Driving A Wedge Between Parent And Child. School Officials Are Pushing Students Into “Secret Social Transition Plans” Where The Child Begins To Identify As A Different Sex—Even Changing Their Name And Dress. And This Process Is Willfully Hidden From The Parents. But The Problem Is Not Just Outside The Volunteer State’s Borders…

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Memphis Pushes More Hotel Tax Funding For FedExForum Renovations

Memphis Is Looking For More Funding For The Renovations At The FedexForum And Are Pushing A Pair Of Bills In The Tennessee Legislature To Get That Funding.

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Appeals Court Orders New Hearing In Suit Seeking Tennessee DCS Records Of 14-Year-Old’s Starvation Death

The Tennessee Court Of Appeals Has Set Aside A Lower Court’s Decision That Has Kept Records Related To A Shelby County Child’s Death From Being Released To The Public.

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Revealed: Language For Governor Lee’s School Voucher Plan

In The Form Of A 7-Page Amendment To A Caption Bill, The Language For Governor Lee’s “Education Freedom Scholarship Act” Has Been Revealed.

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