Nashville DA Refuses To Enforce Transgender Bathroom Law

Despite Increased Pressure From Lawmakers, Davidson County District Attorney Glenn Funk Continues To Refuse To Enforce Tennessee’s New Law That Requires Businesses To Post Transgender-Friendly Bathroom Signs.

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Department Of Education To Showcase Summer Learning Opportunities

On Tuesday, June 8, The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced A Tour To Showcase Summer Learning Opportunities. The Accelerating TN 2021 Tour Includes 50 School Districts And Will Last For Three Weeks.

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TN Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Receives $53M In New Federal Funding

The Tennessee Department Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) Is Receiving More Than $53 Million In Additional Funding From The Federal Government To Address Post-Covid Mental Health And Substance Use Needs.

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Tennessee’s Lawmakers Celebrate Permitless Carry As It Becomes Law

On Wednesday, June 2, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed Permitless Carry Into Law. The Signing Took Place In Gallatin At Beretta, A Firearm Manufacturer.

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Tennessee Launches Committee To Study Refugee Relocation

Tennessee’s Legislative Leaders Have Announced The Formation Of A Joint Committee After Gov. Bill Lee And Others Expressed Outrage Over The Federal Government’s Program To Resettle Hundreds Of Unaccompanied Children Apprehended By Immigration Officials In Tennessee.

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Centerville, Clifton and Clinton Accredited As Tennessee Main Street Communities

Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe Announced This Week That Centerville, Clifton And Clinton Have Achieved Tennessee Main Street Accreditation.

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Hamilton County Commission To Appoint Interim Replacement For State Rep Mike Carter

During The Hamilton County Commission’s Meeting Yesterday, Chairman Baker Made The Announcement That The Commission Intends To Appoint An Interim Replacement For State Representative Mike Carter Who Passed Away On May 15th.

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Students Vs. Systems In The Tennessee Supreme Court’s ESA Case

Students Take On The Educational Systems That Have Let Them Down For Decades When The Tennessee Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over The State’s Education Savings Account (ESA) Program. Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 At 9a CT.

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DHS Commissioner Navigates Funding to Tennessee’s Most Vulnerable Residents

The New Commissioner For The TN Department Of Human Services, Commissioner Clarence Carter Is In The Process Of Working With Governor Lee And State Legislators To Finalize The Spending Plan For over $700 Million In Temporary Assistance For Needy Families Funds That Have Yet To Be Used.

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