Tennessee AG’s Division Of Consumer Affairs Provides Tips To Avoid Tax Return Scams

The Division Of Consumer Affairs Reminds Tennesseans To Be Wary Of Scams Related To Tax Returns. Scammers Will Try Various Tactics To Get Their Hands On Your Money, Including Issuing Fake Communications Claiming To Be From Legitimate Agencies Such As The Irs. These Messages Can Arrive In The Form Of An Unsolicited Call, Text, Email, Or Mailer.

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Vanderbilt Poll Says Trump Is Tennessee’s Favorite Presidential Candidate, Even If Convicted

Tennessee Voters Prefer Donald Trump In A Presidential Vote Ahead Of Any Candidate, Even If He Were To Be Convicted Of A Felony, According To A New Vanderbilt Poll Of Statewide Issues.

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When Corporate Welfare Fails, Who Pays The Bill?

As Nashville Says Goodbye To SmileDirectClub, Tennessee Taxpayers Also Say Goodbye To $10.4 Million Of Their Hard-Earned Money That The State Invested In A Now-Failed Corporation.

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Tennesseans Among Those Trapped And Seeking To Evacuate Israel

Family, Friends, And Churches Request Prayers For Loved Ones That Are Currently Trapped And Seeking A Way Out Of Israel, As Well As All Of Those Experiencing The Effects Of This Tragedy.

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How Money Affects Policy In Nashville [Interview with Senator Frank Niceley]

As Of Now, There Is No Limit To The Amount Of Funding State And Federal-Level Candidates In Tennessee Can Receive From Out-Of-State Sources To Run Their Campaigns For Office. Senator Frank Niceley Is Looking To Change That.

Niceley Believes That Interests Outside Of The State Should Not Have A Majority Hand In Sponsoring Campaigns For Political Candidates And That Out-Of-State Influence Is Not In The Best Interest Of Tennesseans And That On The Federal Level, It Weakens Our Position In D.C.

In This Interview, Niceley Speaks Of His Legislation And How PAC Money Can Influence Policy Decisions In Nashville, The Possibilities Of Good Illegal Immigration Bills Being Introduced In The General Assembly, And His Bill To Limit Foreign Ownership Of Tennessee Land.

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