Tennessee Supreme Court Denies Nashville’s Request To Reconsider School Voucher Program

Tennessee’s Supreme Court Will Not Reconsider Its Prior Ruling On An Educational Savings Plan In Nashville And Memphis.

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Tax Breaks Total $280 Million Amid Sky-Rocketing Revenues

Considering The State’s Budget Hit $52.8 Billion For Fiscal 2022-23, Starting July 1, And Revenue For This Budget Year Continues To Soar Past Projections, Some Question Exists Whether The State Went Far Enough In Returning Money To Taxpayers.

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Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision

Rather Than Accepting The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Recent Decision To Allow The State’s Pilot Education Savings Account Program To Move Forward, Metro Nashville Is Asking The Court To Rethink Its Decision.

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Lee Says No Timeline Set For School Choice Voucher Initiative

After Receiving The News That The Tennessee Supreme Court Ruled In His Favor, Governor Bill Lee Says He Still Does Not Have A Set Timeline For The Initial Start Of His Long-Awaited School Voucher Program.

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Federal Appeals Court Rules That K-12 Mask Mandates Are Legal In Tennessee

The United States Court Of Appeal For The Sixth Circuit Has Ruled That Mask Mandates In K-12 Schools In Tennessee Are Legal, Contrary To A State Law Passed In November 2021.

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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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State Says TN’s Proposed School Funding Formula Will Not Increase Local Taxes

Local Taxpayers Should Not Be Worried About A Large Local Tax Increase In Four Years If A New Public School Funding Formula Is Enacted, Tennessee Department Of Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn Said.

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TN Legislature Prohibits Instant Runoff Voting Amid Lawsuit By Memphis Political Activists

Despite A New Lawsuit Against Tennessee Over Instant Runoff Voting, The Legislature Voted Monday To Prohibit The Method Of Rank Voting.

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