New Year, New Laws in Tennessee

The Tennessee Legislature Passed More Than 200 Bills That Went Into Effect on July 1st, But A Number Of Additional Laws Just Became Effective On January 1st.

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Immigrant Rights Group Pushes For Removal Of Latin Representative From School-Funding Committee

Immigration Advocates Are Pushing For Governor Lee To Replace The Chair Of The Subcommittee Tasked With Reviewing School Funding For English Language Learners, Claiming He Is A Promoter Of Anti-Immigration Policies.

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Parents Furious At McCallie’s Manipulation, Shaming Of Students On Vaccines

Many Parents Of Boys Attending McCallie School Feel Like Their Children Were Bribed To Get A COVID-19 Vaccination Without Parental Notice Or Consent. Parents Are Also Concerned That Their Children Will Be Ostracized By Being Forced To Wear Masks At School If They Don’t Take The Vaccine.

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Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Opens Nominations For Leadership Program

The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Has Opened Nominations For The Leadership Chattanooga Class 2021-22. The Ten-Month Leadership Development Program Aims To Give Local, Mid-Career Professionals Opportunities To Learn About And Engage With The Community Where They Live And Work.

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