K-12 Education Funding Has Doubled In Tennessee Since 1992

K-12 Education Is The Top Expenditure In Tennessee’s Budget And Has More Than Doubled, Adjusted For Inflation, Since The Current School Funding Plan Began In 1992, A Sycamore Institute Report Shows.

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State Agencies Make Pitches For Spending Billions In TN ARPA Money

Tennessee’s Financial Stimulus Accountability Group Met With State Agency Heads Last Week Regarding Funding Requests Related To The Second Half Of $3.7 Billion In Federal American Rescue Plan Act Relief.

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Panel Discussion Highlights Uncertainties Of TN’s Medicaid Block Grant Waiver

As Tennessee’s TennCare III Medicaid Block Grant Sits In A Public Comment Period, The Vanderbilt University Department Of Health Policy And School Of Medicine Hosted A Panel Discussion On How The First-Of-Its-Kind Grant Would Affect Tennessee Residents.

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Reporting Suspected TennCare Fraud Just Got Easier

Tips from Tennesseans Result In More TennCare Fraud Investigations Than Any Other Method And Now It’s Easier Than Ever To Report Suspected TennCare Fraud To The Office Of Inspector General, Which Investigates Fraud Among Members Of The State’s Healthcare Insurance Program.

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Court Places TN’s Medicaid Block Grant Lawsuit On Hold

A Lawsuit Challenging Tennessee’s TennCare III Medicaid Block Grant Has Been Put On Hold By A Federal Judge While A Public Comment Period On The Funding Occurs.

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Study Committee Seeks Answers To Illegal Immigration In TN

On Tuesday July 15, 10AM CST, The Joint Study Committee On Refugee Issues Met Live For The Second Time In The Cordell Hull Building In Nashville, TN. They Heard Presentations From The Governor’s Office, Department Of Children’s Services And The Fiscal Review Committee.

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TN Spends Nearly $4M Per Year To Educate Unaccompanied Alien Minors

Tennessee Has Spent Nearly $60 Million Over 15 Years Educating Children Who Entered The State As Unaccompanied Minors, According To The State’s Fiscal Review Committee Estimates.

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TennCare Fraud Cases Again On The Rise After Recent Decline

The Number Of TennCare Fraud Cases For May And June Stand At 6 Cases Per Month, Which Match The Highest Number Of The Year So Far, Set In March.

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TN Welfare Reform Aims To Put More Money In Needy Families’ Pockets

The Tennessee Legislature, In Concert With Human Services And Gov. Lee Are Looking At Ways To Distribute $730 Million In Reserves In The State’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program.

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