Tennesseans Hoping For More Transparency During Legislative Session May Be Disappointed

The Tennessee Legislature Appears To Have Taken On Step Forward And Three Steps Back In Providing More Transparency For Tennessee Taxpayers.

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Lawmakers Hope To Eliminate Mandatory Bias Training For Educators In Tennessee

Representative Jason Zachary And Senator Todd Gardenhire Have Introduced Legislation That Aims To Eliminate Mandatory Bias Training For Educators In Tennessee.

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Buses Of Illegal Immigrants Sent To TN, Legislators Divided On School Choice, 1st Amendment, DEI & Transparency + Much More!- The TennCon Big 7!

• Illegal Immigrants Sent To Tennessee While They Wait Their Turn In Court
• Nashville Nonprofits And Churches To Help Illegal Immigrants Heading To Tennessee
• Tennessee Legislators Divided On Proposed Expansion Of Education Savings Accounts
• Tennessean Continues To Exercise First Amendment Rights On Public Square Despite Possibility Of Arrest
• Scholars Push Equity And Inclusion Agenda At Nashville Math Conference
• Jefferson School Board Ends Practice Of Tracking Citizens
• TN State Senator Files Legislation To Increase Transparency Of Government Meetings
• Memphis City Leaders: Increased Crime May Scare Away Potential Investors

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Public-Private Partnerships Work Their Way Into State Government

Not Long After The Tennessee Department Of Transportation Proposed Public-Private Partnerships To Build Express Lanes And Cut Congestion On Highways, The University Of Tennessee-Knoxville Sought Permission For A Joint Venture To Build Dorms And An Indoor Athletic Facility.

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