Lee Calls Special Session For Ford Plant, Will Not Discuss Mask Mandates

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Announced Thursday He Is Calling A Special Session Oct. 18 For Legislators To Discuss Planning For Ford’s Blue Oval City At The Memphis Regional Megasite. The Special Session, Lee Said, Will Not Discuss Mask Mandates In The State’s Schools.

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Tennessee Education Commissioner Visits Chattanooga

On Thursday, June 17, Tennessee Department Of Education Commissioner, Penny Schwinn, Paid A Visit To Chattanooga To Host A Roundtable With School Officials And Community Leaders. The Roundtable Was Held To Discuss Ways The Hamilton County School System Can Be Improved.

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New Learning And Career Development Options For Youth In State Custody

Tennessee Youth Placed Into The Custody Of The Tennessee Department Of Children’s Services For Delinquent Behavior Now Have New Options For Learning And Career Development To Prepare For A Successful Next Chapter In Life.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $42.6B State Budget

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A $42.6 Billion State Budget Thursday For The Fiscal Year That Starts July 1.

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Lee Proposes Sales Tax Holiday for Groceries and Dining Out

On Monday, Governor Lee Rolled Out A New Proposal That Could Give Tennessee Residents Two Weeks Of A Sales Tax Break On Groceries And Dining Out. He Also Looks To Lower The Professional Privilege Tax And Eliminate TCAT Waiting Lists.

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