Tennesseans Fear Smart Cities Will Lead To Travel Restrictions In The Future

With Transportation Projects Like The One Currently Underway In Chattanooga That Will Allow The City To Monitor Over A 100 “Smart City” Intersections When Complete – The Entire Downtown Area – Some Tennesseans Question Where These Initiatives Are Leading Major Hubs Within The State. Will Today’s Smart Cities Become “15-Minute Cities” In The Future?

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“Smart City” At Center Of Power Grid Study, Remote Control Of Electricity, And Other World Economic Forum Initiatives

The “Smart City” Of Chattanooga Is The Focus Of An Ongoing Study Between Oak Ridge National Laboratory And EPB, The Publicly Owned Electric Power Distribution And Telecommunications Company That Serves Approximately 180 Thousand Homes And Businesses In A 600-Square Mile Area In The Greater Chattanooga Area And Hamilton County.

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Chattanooga Group To Spend $9.2M On Electric Vehicle Charging Pilot Program

Chattanooga Is Planning To Spend $9.2 Million, Including $4.5 Million From A Federal Grant, To Create What It Calls A Testbed For Electric Vehicle Charging.

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TennCon’s BIG 7 – 2022 First Edition – Top 7 News Stories For Conservatives in Tennessee!

Tune in to the First edition of The Tennessee Conservative’s BIG 7 for 2022!
1) $200M TNInvestco Program Winds Down, Serving As A Cautionary Tale For Some Tennessee Lawmakers
2) University Of Memphis Bribes Professors To Teach “Woke Activism”
3) UTC Committee Seeks To Make Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Courses A Requirement
4) Federal Judge Blocks Head Start Mandates In 24 States
5) Majority Of Tennesseans Have Little Faith In Dept Of Health Pandemic Recommendations
6) Sixty Thousand Move To Tennessee During Span Of Twelve Months
7) Two Christian Universities In Tennessee Have Ties To Planned Parenthood

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UTC Committee Seeks To Make Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Courses A Requirement

The University Of Tennessee Chattanooga ‘Reimagining Committee’ Is Proposing A Revamp Of The General Education Program To, In Part, Make Room For A Minimum Of Six Hours Of Required Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Courses For All Students. The New Proposal Would Cut Several Required Credit Hours Of Math And Humanities.

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UTC To Convert Newly Renovated IT Center For LGBTQ+ Support

Stafford Confirmed The Conversion Of The Space By Stating, “UTC Will Establish A Student Success Center In Lupton Hall To Provide Education And Support Services To LGBTQ+ Community Members And The Larger UTC Community.”

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UTC Reportedly To Convert Newly Renovated IT Center Into “Pride Center”

A University Of Tennessee Insider Has Contacted The Tennessee Conservative With Concerns About The Recently Renovated IT (Information Technology) Center Located In The Lupton Library At The UTC Campus Receiving Approval From UT President Randy Boyd To Be Converted Into A Pride Center.

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Does YOUR TN State Senator Protect Your Constitutional Rights??? TennCon BIG 7 Weekend Digest

1) Growing Numbers of Concerned TN Senators & GOP Leaders Call For Special Session as McNally Stonewalls
2) Lee Authorized Afghan Refugee Resettlement Across Tennessee
3) More Than Half Of U.S. States Vow To Fight Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Including Tennessee
4) Federal Appeals Court Blocks TN Ban On Abortions For Down Syndrome
5) AG Slatery Joins Efforts Opposing Federal Control Of State Elections
6) TN Banks Lack Trust In IRS With Customer’s Personal Financial Data
7) UTC Student Suspended For Not Complying With Mask Mandate

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