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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Should Tennessee Taxpayers Prop up a Dying Industry?

Tennessee’s Coal Mining Industry Has Declined In Both Production And Jobs By Over 80% In The Last Decade. In 2010, The Coal Industry Supported Nearly 550 Tennessee Jobs Each Quarter. In 2018, That Number Dropped Below 100. New And Continuing Permit Applications Have Dropped Precipitously In Recent Years As Demand For Tennessee’s Particular Type Of Coal Has Dwindled. Until The Primacy Act Is Repealed, Tennessee Taxpayers Will Be Propping Up An Unnecessary Program – To The Tune Of $2.5 Million Before 2025 – To Benefit A Shockingly Small Number Of Individuals.

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Tennessee To Set Up Electric Car Stations Across The State

There Were 11,000+ Electric Cars Registered In Tennessee At The End Of 2020. These Extra Charging Stations Should Give Motorists Who Use Electric Vehicles Plenty Of Places To Charge, Without Having To Worry About Where The Next Station Will Be.

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