TennCare Fraud Cases Decline In April, But Still Higher Than Average

The Number Of Reported Tenncare Fraud Cases Declined In April Down To Just Three For The Month From A Recent High Number Of 6 Cases In March. Despite The Drop By Half For April, The Number Is Still High Considering The Average.

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Dem Mayors Launch Pilot Program To Provide Universal Basic Income For Low-Income Residents

A Group Of 43 Democratic Mayors From Across The Country Is Backing Plans To Provide Certain Low-income Residents With A Universal Basic Income. They Argue That The Way To End Or Reduce Poverty Is To Guarantee A Certain Level Of Income To Low-income Residents With No Strings Attached.

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Why Do Red States Like Tennessee Allow Radicals to Hijack Their Taxpayer-Funded Universities?

A Recently-Arrived Volunteer Warns His Fellow Tennesseans About The Scourge Of Wokeness In Higher Education. Let Gov. Bill Lee and your state legislators know if you oppose UTK and other state schools becoming indoctrination centers for SJWs. Demand that they take action. They serve you.

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Collegiate Student Athlete Advisory Committees Propose Election Day as Federal Holiday For Everyone

In 2020, The SAAC Received Unanimous Approval For Legislation That Required DI Schools To Make Election Day A Complete Day Off From Any Required Competitions, Practice Or Meetings. This Spurred Them On To Create An Initiative To Bring This Opportunity To Everyone – Not Just Athletes.

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Universities Distribute Additional HEERF II Funds To Eligible Students

On Jan 14, The U.S. Department Of Education Announced An Additional $21.2 Billion Is Available To Higher Education Institutions To Facilitate Learning During The Pandemic. UTC Received $9,513,779, Of Which $4,756,890 Was Available And Disbursed To Students Beginning Last Week.

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