South Nashville Homeless Camp Back To Being Nuisance For Area Businesses

A Homeless Camp In South Nashville Off Of Nolensville Road Has Popped Back Up After Being Cleaned Up In May. A Nashville Business Is Waiting On The Metro Council To Approve $50 Million Dollars Of Funding To Help Find A Long-Term Solution To This Problem.

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Americans Expect Beefed Up IRS To Target Political Opponents, Audit Lower And Middle Class Americans

More Americans Believe The Latest Legislation To Hire 87,000 Internal Revenue Service Agents Is Part Of A Plan To Audit Middle And Lower Class Americans And Small Businesses Than To Target Corporations And Wealthy Americans, According To A New Poll.

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U.S. Senate Passes Massive Tax And Spend Bill Targeting Carbon Emissions, Prescription Drug Costs, More

The U.S. Senate On Sunday Passed A $740 Billion New Taxing And Spending Bill That Seeks To Combat Climate Change And Allow The Government To Control The Price Of Prescription Medications, Among Other Things.

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Hagerty Files Amendment To Reverse IRS Snooping On Third-Party Payment Platforms

U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty Has Filed An Amendment To Democrats’ Tax-Increase Legislation To Strike The Provision Inserted By The Biden Administration That Requires Third-Party Payment Platforms To Report Businesses’ Gross Transaction Volumes Totaling More Than $600 To The IRS.

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Sidewalk Vendors Ban In Downtown Nashville Has Devastating Effect On Small Businesses

Mayor John Cooper Previously Wrote A Letter To The Metro Traffic And Parking Commission In Which He Called Street Vendors A “Blight For Pedestrians.” He Also Addressed Commissioners At A Meeting Where He Asked For A Complete Prohibition On Vendors Between Union Street And Korean Veterans Boulevard, And The Area Spanning From The Cumberland River To 8th Avenue.

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Economy Adds More Jobs Than Expected, Wages Can’t Keep Up With Inflation

Wage Gains Have Not Kept Pace With Inflation, Which Is Rising At The Fastest Rate In Decades. In Roughly The Last Twelve Months, Energy Costs Have Risen Roughly 30% And Food Prices Have Risen Almost 10%, With The Overall Inflation Rate Much Higher Than The 5.2% Wage Gains.

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Mayor Kelly Disregards City Ordinances While Turning Chattanooga Into Homeless Magnet

The Decision To Create A Sanctioned Homeless Encampment In Chattanooga Comes On The Heels Of The City’s Poor Record Of Enforcing Existing Ordinances Regarding Panhandling, Trespassing, Loitering And Littering.

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