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Gov. Lee Talks Spending plans during State of the State speech on Monday

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Monday unveiled plans to send state money to anti-abortion centers as he declared the state had a “moral obligation” to support families. Lee, a Republican, said he wants to create a $100 million grant program for nonprofits commonly known as “crisis pregnancy centers.” If approved, Tennessee would become one of …

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Proposed Bill Would Eliminate Sales Tax on Food

Two Tennessee lawmakers are calling for eliminating the state sales tax on food to be replaced by an increase in tobacco taxes. The proposal would end the 4% sales tax on food for human consumption and increase the tax on cigarettes from 3 cents per cigarette to 8.35 cents each. Other tobacco products would see …

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Local school districts, Law Enforcement agencies getting involved in Handle with Care Program

Later this month, Coffee County, Manchester and Tullahoma City Schools will begin its new partnership with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Coffee County Sheriff’s Department, Tullahoma Police and Manchester Police departments in the Handle With Care program. “I am very excited to work with so many great community partners and see the long-term positive effect …

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Interim Administrator named for the City of Tullahoma

The Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen has appointed Fire Chief Kenneth Pearson as the interim city administrator in a vote of 5-2. The board will ask the Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) for their involvement in the process of choosing a new city administrator. Current city administrator Jennifer Moody recently notified city leaders that she …

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Bottling Company International Opening Manufacturing and Distribution Operations in Warren County

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Stuart McWhorter, and Bottling Company International (BCI) officials announced Wednesday that the company would invest $9.5 million to establish a new bottling, storage, and distribution facility in Morrison, Tennessee.   As a result of the project, BCI will create 57 new jobs in Warren …

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Thousands Might Lose Their TennCare

Nearly 300,000 Tennesseans who enrolled in Medicaid during the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to lose their coverage this year now that state officials are once again allowed to bump people from the government-funded health insurance program. A spokesperson for TennCare, the state’s Medicaid program, said this week that no removals will occur until April 1. …

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Two Lawmakers introduce bills to have In God We Trust placed on State Seal

Two state lawmakers from Northeast Tennessee have sponsored bills that would incorporate the language “In God We Trust” into the Tennessee state seal. State Senator Rusty Crowe and State Representative John Holsclaw introduced Senate Bill 0420 and House Bill 0771, respectively. The Senate bill was filed for an introduction on Jan. 24, and the house bill was introduced on Jan. 30. If …

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TN Bill Would Revamp Recycling Process Statewide

A bill in the Tennessee Legislature aims to reduce packaging materials that end up in landfills by improving recycling in the Volunteer State. One recent survey ranks Tennessee 47th among states for recycling, with only 7% of common containers and packaging recycled. Senate Bill 573 would require reducing unnecessary packaging, and reclaiming more valuable materials in the recycling …

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Unemployment Rates Drop in All area Counties

Nearly every county in Tennessee ended 2022 with lower unemployment rates, according to the December 2022 data released by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Eighty-nine of the state’s 95 counties reported unemployment rates dropped in December. Three counties experienced steady unemployment during the month, while unemployment increased in the remaining three counties. Williamson …

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