Rep. Powers To Re-Introduce Bill To Combat Big Tech Censorship Of Tennessee Citizens

Representative Dennis Powers Plans To Reintroduce His Social Media Common Carrier Bill With Hopes That It Will Pass This Time Around. Powers Believes Social Media Is The Town Square Of Our Time And That Social Media Companies Are Common Carriers, Just Like A Phone Company Or Hotel Chain, And They Should Not Discriminate Based Upon Political Ideology.

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UT Medical School Pushes For Changes to State Abortion Ban

The Chancellor Of UT’s Health Science Center Is Pushing For The Tennessee Legislature To Make Changes To The State’s Abortion Ban.

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Opinions Differ On Tennessee Constitutional Amendments On November Ballot

Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions. While The Amendments Are Presented In A Solely Positive Fashion By The Powers That Be, Some Concerned Tennesseans Have Voiced Concerns. Following Is What Some Proponents And Critics Say About Each Of The Four Amendments.

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TN Shifts Learning Loss Programs To Stimulus Funding, Moves Road Projects To State Funds

Tennessee Plans To Spend $102 Million Of Its $3.7 Billion American Rescue Plan Allocation On A Learning Loss Intervention Program For Tennessee Students. It Was Recommended That The $25.5 Million Annual Total Of State Funds “Be Re-Invested Into New Educational Expenses Incurred.”

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On The Tennessee Ballot In November: Constitutional Amendment To Address Governor’s Line Of Succession

Tennessee Is The Only State In The Union That Doesn’t Provide For A Temporary Acting Governor In Their State Constitution. A Constitutional Amendment Is Looking To Change That And Voters Will Get To Decide On The Issue On November 8th.

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Metro Nashville Officials Detail Taxpayer Funds Involved In New $2.2B Stadium Deal

Metro Nashville Wasn’t Ready To Say How Much, But Officials Hinted That A Tax Increment Financing District To Provide Further Public Funding To A New Titans Stadium District Could Be Discussed Starting In October.

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Conservatives Blamed For Extra Work Teachers Have In Cataloging All Books In Schools

Conservatives Are Being Blamed For The Extra Workload That Tennessee Teachers Are Currently Faced With Due To The Age Appropriate Material Act, A New Law That The Republican Controlled Tennessee General Assembly Passed This Year.

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New State Law May Hold Back Almost Two Thirds Of Students In 3rd Grade This School Year

A New State Law Passed In 2021 – Aimed At Reversing Pandemic Learning Loss – May Hold Back Almost Two Thirds Of Students In 3rd Grade If They Fail The Reading Portion Of The TCAP Assessment.

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