Tennessee Incentivized To Keep Children In State Custody In Order To Keep Federal Funds

According To Sources Who Have Decades Of Experience With Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services, The State Of Tennessee Is Incentivized To Keep Children In State Custody In Order To Keep Federal Funding At The Same Level Each Year.

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State Focuses On Supporting Mothers And Families While Abortion Activists Funnel Resources To Send Women Out Of State

Now That Roe Vs. Wade Has Been Overturned And Tennessee’s Trigger Laws Are Going Into Effect, Governor Lee Says That The Focus Is Now On Supporting Mothers After Birth And Finding Ways To Support The Entire Family. Abortion Activists Meanwhile Are Funneling Resources To Help Send Women Out Of State To Obtain Abortions.

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Growing Number of Tennessee Seniors Will Increase Demand For State Services

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Released An Updated Version Of Its Report On Senior Long-Term Care In Tennessee. The Report Indicates The Number Of Tennessee Seniors Age 60 And Over Is Expected To Increase By 30% From 1.6 Million In 2020 To 2.1 Million In 2040. The Number Of Those Age 80 And Over In Tennessee Is Forecast To Double During This Time.

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TennCare Bill Targeting Centene Faces Rocky Road In Senate

The Senate Sponsor Of TennCare Legislation Has Serious Reservations About Changing The Bill To Give The Nation’s Largest Medicaid Managed-Care Company A Multi-Billion-Dollar Contract After It Failed To Win A Bid.

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TennCare Bill Would Give Contract To Company Linked To Bid-Rigging Complaint

Lawmakers Held Up Legislation Wednesday That Would Create An Opening For A TennCare Contract To Be Given To A Massive Company Connected To A Bid-Rigging Lawsuit Filed Against The State.

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Tennessee Legislators Move Forward With Alzheimer Respite Care Program

Tennessee State Legislators Are Considering A Bill That Would Provide Respite Care For Individuals Who Serve As Caregivers For Family Members With Alzheimer’s Or Dementia.

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