Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House – May 4, 2021 TCN News Break

1) Second Amendment Sanctuary Bill Passes Tennessee House
2) Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’
3) Smugglers Transporting 2,000 People Every Day Through Texas
4) Mayor Kelly Updates Chattanooga’s COVID Executive Order, Still Requires Masks In City Buildings

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Mayor Kelly Updates Chattanooga’s COVID Executive Order, Still Requires Masks In City Buildings

With The Expiration Of State And County Pandemic Restrictions, Mayor Tim Kelly Issued An Updated Executive Order On Friday To Modify The City’s Guidance On COVID-19 Precautions And Procedures.

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New Chattanooga Mayor Kelly Announces Senior Staff

Newly Sworn-in Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Has Announced His Senior Leadership Team, Bringing Together A Group From The Private, Public, And Nonprofit Sectors.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 14, 2021

1) TN Government Overreach Killed 24.4% of TN Small Businesses
2) Hagerty Condemns Biden For Allowing Border Crisis To Expand To Tennessee
3)Governor Bill Lee and Other State Representatives Speak Out About Knoxville Shooting
4) Tennessee Congressman Fleischmann And Colleagues Call On VP Harris To Visit Border Immediately
5) Biden Administration Puts Religious Freedom Programs On Hold
6) Kelly Takes The Chattanooga Mayoral Seat, Hill And Hester Win For City Council

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Kelly Takes The Chattanooga Mayoral Seat, Hill And Hester Win For City Council

Yesterday, The Voters Took To The Polls To Cast Their Votes In Chattanooga’s Runoff Elections For City Mayor And For District 2 And 5 City Council Members.

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Mayors Make Plans For Spending COVID Relief Funds

County Mayor Coppinger Says The Funds Will Be Used To Help Offset The Costs Of COVID Response. Chattanooga Mayor Berke Has His Own Ideas But Ultimately, It Will Be Left To The New Mayor. Candidates White And Kelly have Very Different Ideas For Relief Fund’s Usage.

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Chattanooga Mayoral & City Council Election Results; Runoff Election Will Proceed

Chattanoogans Took To The Polls Yesterday To Select Their New City Mayor And City Council Members. With The Top Two Mayoral Candidates, Tim Kelly And Kim White Receiving 30% And 29% Of The Votes Respectively, A Runoff Election Will Take Place On April 13th.

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Mayoral Candidate Tim Kelly Bets Against Chattanooga

By Relocating His Business, Southern Honda Powersports, To East Ridge, Tim Kelly Gets To Pocket More Than $1.9 Million Into His Personal Bank Account While Costing The City Of Chattanooga Nearly $5.3 Million In Tax Revenue Over The Next 22 Years.

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