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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No Hybrid Learning For Tennessee Schools Next Year

Tennessee Public Schools Will No Longer Have The Option Of Providing Both In-person And Remote Instruction As Of Next School Year. Students Who Want To Continue With Virtual Instruction Will Have To Enroll In A Specific Virtual School Instead Of A Regular Public School Option.

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Tennessee Counties Updating Mask Mandates

With The Start Of Spring, The Continuation Of Vaccinations, And The Approach Of Lee’s Executive Order’s End, Many Counties Are Clarifying Their Plans For Local Mask Mandates.

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GOP Leaders Push To Defund Tennessee School Districts That Refuse To Offer In-Person Learning

Top Republican Lawmakers In Tennessee Have Filed A Bill That Would Allow State To Withhold Funding From School Districts That Refuse To Provide An In-Person Learning Option For Students.

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Hamilton County Sets Standard For Case Against Mask Mandates

Hamilton County Called Out By A County In Georgia As Example Of How Mask Mandates Are Not Working.

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Maury County Mayor Speaks Out On Mask Mandates, School Closures

Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles speaks of the impact freedom of choice has had on the spread of the coronavirus and the unintended consequences of the decisions of our leaders.

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