Metro Nashville Officials Detail Taxpayer Funds Involved In New $2.2B Stadium Deal

Metro Nashville Wasn’t Ready To Say How Much, But Officials Hinted That A Tax Increment Financing District To Provide Further Public Funding To A New Titans Stadium District Could Be Discussed Starting In October.

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Save the Date, Turn On the Magnets, Incumbent Protection, Corporate Welfare & Mo’… TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest!

1) Governor Lee Signs Bipartisan Bill That Opens Door For Non-U.S. Citizens To Receive Professional Licenses In TN
2) Social Media Censorship Bill Dead For Lack Of Funding, Half Billion To Be Spent On Titan’s Stadium
3) TN Legislature Approves Davidson County Hotel Tax To Help Pay For New Titans Stadium
4) Tennessee Legislators Send Campaign Finance Bill to Conference Committees
5) Dissatisfaction With Biden Presidency To Blame For Poor Democratic Voter Turnout?
6) School Teacher Confirms On Camera That CRT Is Still Being Taught In Tennessee Schools
7) Tennessee Act Orders That Drunk Drivers Pay Child Support To Victims Children

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Possible Financial Reporting Change Could Make Government’s Fiscal Picture Less Accurate

State And Local Governments Could Have More Leeway in Reporting The Components Of Their Balance Sheets, Based On A Proposal Under Review. Critics, However, Say It Could Lead To A Less-Than-Accurate Description Of An Entity’s Financial Situation.

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Commission To Look Beyond Hamilton County For Budget Planning

County Commissioner Expresses That Hamilton County Government Officials Are Going Into Budgeting Season Blind.

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Taxes Increased On The Wealthy In Many Blue States By Federal Tax Overhaul

New Federal Government Data Reveals The 2017 Tax Cuts And Jobs Act, With The Aim Of Being A Handout To Wealthy Corporations, Turned Out To Be More Progressive In Practice While The Federal Tax Reform, Supported By Trump, Decreased Tax Burdens On The Middle Class.

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