Metro Nashville Council To Put an End to Unnecessary Emissions Testing

In Their Tuesday Night Meeting, Metro Council Members Voted Unanimously To Put A Stop To Vehicle Emissions Testing In Nashville.

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Holiday Donation Drive For Families Who Lost Jobs Due To Employer Mandates

The Sumner County Based Nurse Freedom Network Is Sponsoring A Holiday Drive For Christmas Gifts And Holiday Meals To Help Families In Need Due To The Loss Of Their Primary Source Of Income Resulting From Employer Mandates.

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Democrats’ Congressional District Map Draws Ice-Water Reaction

Tennessee Democrats Are Submitting A Congressional Redistricting Map That Keeps Davidson County Whole And Puts Communities Of Interest Together, But At Least One State Senator Is Pouring Cold Water On The Plan.

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Davidson County May Join Surrounding Counties In Ending Emissions Testing

Kevin Rhoten, Metro Councilman (District 14), Filed A Resolution On Tuesday To End Emissions Testing In Davidson County, Following The Lead Of Several Surrounding Counties.

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Unclear Guidelines Cause Sick Patients To Be Denied Antibody Treatments

Controversy Surrounds The Popular Monoclonal Antibody Treatment For COVID-19 As Hospitals In Tennessee Are Following Differing Protocols For Determining Who Is Provided With The Treatment, Resulting In Many Sick Patients Being Denied The Antibodies.

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Nashville Area’s Population Reaches Nearly 2M; State Redistricting Begins

The Nashville Metropolitan Area Was The 20th-Fastest Growing Statistical Area In The Country Since 2010, according To Data Released By The U.S. Census Bureau. Thursday’s Data Release By The U.S. Census Bureau Starts The Redistricting Process In The State.

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Hamilton County Vehicle Emissions Testing To End In 2022

TDEC Announced Yesterday That Vehicle Emissions Testing In Five Tennessee Counties Will End On Jan. 14, 2022 Now That The EPA Has Approved A Revision To The State’s Air Quality Plan.

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