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FARM FUN DAYS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

NASHVILLE – Farm Fun Days are coming to the Tennessee Agricultural Museum on July 9 and July 16, 2022. The entire family will enjoy these family-friendly events offered by the museum at no charge. “This year’s Farm Fun Days have the biggest lineup to date,” Agriculture Commissioner Charlie Hatcher, D.V.M. …

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Education Recovery and Innovation Commission Releases Final Report 

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) On Wednesday, Tara Scarlett, Chair of the state’s Education Recovery and Innovation Commission shared the Commission’s third and final report on needed enhancements and improvements to Tennessee’s K-12 and higher education systems.   The report, A Vision: Every Tennessean Will Have High-Quality Education Necessary for Life, expands upon …

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New tough-on-crime laws set to take effect July 1

(NASHVILLE) — On Friday several new laws will take effect to protect victims of crime and crack down on violent criminals. The changes to Tennessee’s criminal justice system include establishing truth and transparency in criminal sentencing. In addition, other new laws will strengthen penalties for violent offenses to maintain public …

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2nd Annual 4th of July Freedom Fest in Harriman Tennessee

“Old Glory” from www.YourAmericanFlagStore.com based in Harriman, TN Celebrating this Independence Day with our local community and dozens of VIP Patriots flying in to be part of this incredible event. (Submitted) Harriman, July 4 2022 – We will be celebrating with some Puckett’s Southern BBQ, Country & Classic Rock mixed …

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Tennessee Supreme Court Holds That Education Savings Account Pilot Program Does Not Violate Home Rule Amendment Of Tennessee Constitution

In an opinion released today, the Tennessee Supreme Court determined that, while two Tennessee county governments had standing to challenge the Education Savings Account Pilot Program (the “ESA Act”), the Act is not rendered unconstitutional by the Home Rule Amendment, article XI, section 9, of the Tennessee Constitution. In 2019, …

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GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS MARCH 4 AS ARBOR DAY IN TENNESSEE

Germantown Hosts State Arbor Day Celebration NASHVILLE – Gov. Bill Lee has proclaimed March 4 as Arbor Day in Tennessee to recognize the importance of planting and maintaining trees in our state. This year’s celebration will be held in Germantown in Shelby County. “We congratulate Germantown for being recognized as …

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Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) released the following statement in response to Putin’s increasing aggression against Ukraine:

“Vladimir Putin wants nothing more than to return to the days of the old Soviet Union, and he has made it clear he will attack the national security of the U.S. and our partners to make it happen. Meanwhile, Joe Biden has refused to take meaningful action, and his weakness has emboldened Moscow. Last year, I …

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