Lawsuit Seeks To Reinstate Federal Unemployment Benefits In TN

A Lawsuit Filed Friday In The Middle District Of Tennessee Is Asking The Court To Intervene And Allow Tennessee Residents Receiving Unemployment Benefits To Again Take Part In The Federal Supplemental Pandemic Relief Unemployment Program.

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Shelby County Schools Implement Mask Mandate For 2021-22 School Year

Following The Suggestion By The Pfizer-Backed American Academy Of Pediatrics That Children Should Be Wearing Masks In School, Shelby County Schools Have Issued A Mask Mandate For All Staff And Students For The 2021-22 School Year.

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Democrats Incite Fear of Violence Due to New Permitless Carry Gun Law

Democratic Leaders Claim New Gun Law In Tennessee Will Lead To A Spike In Gun Violence Once It Takes Effect On July 1. However, Statistics From Other States That Have Issued Similar Laws Do Not Back Up The Claim.

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Tennessee’s Open Border Problem

Did You Ever Believe Chattanooga, Tennessee – Touching Nine Other States And About 24 Hours Away From The Mexican Border By Car – Would Be Involved In An Ever-Changing Story Involving A Migrant Detention Center Housing Unaccompanied Alien Children Who Are In Federal Custody After Being Apprehended Crossing The Open Southern Border?

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Remains Of Nathan Bedford Forrest And Wife Removed From Memphis Park

The Remains Of Nathan Bedford Forrest And His Wife Have Been Taken To A Vault In West Tennessee After Being Exhumed From Health Sciences Park In Memphis.

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Tennessee’s Highest Court Hears Arguments On School Choice

Tennessee’s Highest Court Heard Arguments On A Disputed School Choice Program Last Thursday, June 3rd.

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Tennessee Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On School-Choice Program

Tennessee’s Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments Today On The Legality Of A State School-Choice Pilot Program, 16 Months After Two School Districts Filed A Lawsuit To Shut The Program Down.

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More Than 50% Of New Memphis Teachers Quit. Here’s What The District Is Doing To Reverse The Trend.

Local School Leaders Are Hoping That Higher Pay, More Classroom Support, And Aggressive Recruiting Will Help Bring In New Hires Who Will Stay.

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Students Vs. Systems In The Tennessee Supreme Court’s ESA Case

Students Take On The Educational Systems That Have Let Them Down For Decades When The Tennessee Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over The State’s Education Savings Account (ESA) Program. Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 At 9a CT.

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Tennesseans Feel Angered, Misled By Lee’s Misdirection, Handling Of Illegal Immigration

Many Tennesseans Are Confused By Governor Lee’s Recent Outspoken Denouncement Of Biden’s Immigration Policies When Held In Contrast To Lee’s Previous Statements And Policies Regarding “Refugee Resettlement” In Tennessee.

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