Tennessee Hospitals Plan To Reimplement Biden’s Healthcare Worker Mandate

Following The U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision To Uphold The Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate For Most Healthcare Workers At Providers That Receive Medicaid And Medicare Dollars, All Participating Tennessee Hospitals Plan To Adhere To The Court’s Ruling, Based On Current Information.

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Group That Ran Chattanooga Illegal Alien Center Owes Almost $3M In Unpaid Rent

Redemption To The Nations Church In Chattanooga Has Sued The Company They Leased The Property To That Became The Shelter For Illegal Alien Minors For Nearly $3 Million In Unpaid Rent.

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Federal Judge Blocks Head Start Mandates In 24 States

A Federal Judge In Louisiana Has Blocked President Joe Biden Administration’s Vaccine And Mask Mandate At Head Start Preschools, Granting A Preliminary Injunction For Tennessee And The 23 Other States Involved In The Lawsuit.

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TennCare Proposes $600M Budget Increase

Tennessee’s TennCare Program Would Like To Spend $600 Million More Next Fiscal Year Than This Year, According To A Budget Request Presented Monday.

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Border Patrol Agents Confiscate Counterfeit Vaccine Cards Across U.S.

While Much Attention Has Been Focused On The Fallout Of Increased Illegal Immigration And Crime At The Southern Border, Customs And Border Patrol Agents Also Say They Are Routinely Finding Packages Shipped From China Containing Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards.

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TN Congressional Members Demand Answers About HHS Limiting Monoclonal Therapy

Biden’s U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services (HHS) Said It Is Imposing New Limits On States’ Ability To Access To COVID-19 Antibody Treatments Amid Rising Demand. This Has Resulted In Reduced Shipments And Delays Getting These Drugs To Providers In A Number Of States, Including Tennessee.

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Supreme Court Ruling Allows New Texas Abortion Law To Remain

The U.S. Supreme Court Upheld A New Texas Law Banning Abortions Once A Heartbeat Is Detected In A Ruling Late Wednesday. The Law Went Into Effect Wednesday, Making Texas The First State To Effectively Ban A Majority Of Abortions From Being Performed In The State.

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