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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What Can Parents Do To Ensure Their Children’s Futures In TN? [Exclusive Interview With Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver]

In This Exclusive Interview With Representative Terri Lynn Weaver, We Discuss What Parents Need To Do About Learning Loss And Critical Race Theory Curriculum In Tennessee.
We Also Discuss School Choice And Weaver Gives An Interesting History Of The Failings Of ‘Progressive’ Education In Tennessee.

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Tennessee Man Dies Of Heart Attack Due To Swatting

Last Week, A Teenager Was Sentenced After “Swatting” a 60-Year-Old TN Man Which Resulted In A Fatal Heart Attack. Swatting Is A Call To A Police Dept With A False Story Of A Crime In Progress With Intent To Draw A Large Number Of Officers To A Particular Address.

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Conservatives Call For Penny Schwinn’s Removal As Commissioner Of Education

Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn’s Performance Has Many Tennesseans, From Average Citizens To School Superintendents To Legislators, Calling For Change. This Call For A Change At The Top Of Tennessee’s Public Education System Is A Long Time In The Making And Continues Today As We Learned By Surveying Our Readers.

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Thousands Of Tennessee Families, Teachers Benefit From Literacy Initiative

The Tennessee Department Of Education Said On Wednesday That They Have Been Able To Provide Reading Training, Support, And Resources To Thousands Of Families And Teachers Across The State In An Effort To Increase Literacy Rates In Students.

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New Panel Approved To Hear TN Constitutional Complaints

Tennessee Legislators Have Passed A Plan To Alter The Way Judges Hear Constitutional Complaints Against State Laws. Legislation Creating New Panels Consisting Of Three Judges Made It Through The House And Senate With Strong Support.

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Tennessee Counties Updating Mask Mandates

With The Start Of Spring, The Continuation Of Vaccinations, And The Approach Of Lee’s Executive Order’s End, Many Counties Are Clarifying Their Plans For Local Mask Mandates.

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