Monthly Archives: September 2022

TN Governor Proclaims Day of Prayer, Humiliation and Fasting – The Presidential Prayer Team

He encourages citizens to join him in voluntary observance. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee proclaimed September 30, 2022 a voluntary day of prayer, humiliation and fasting. The official proclamation called on citizens to join him in acknowledging the sovereignty of God and “the necessity of the grace of God upon our state and our nation.” Governor Lee went on to acknowledge ...

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Five takeaways from the AFME Leveraged Finance conference

No rest for the weary – after going through an unprecedented pandemic, we find ourselves in another type of turbulence: the volatility of the capital markets. I recently had the opportunity to attend AFME’s 17th Annual Leveraged Finance Conference and here are my takeaways from the event: Access to public capital markets will continue to be difficult in the near ...

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Department of Justice Announces Action to Resolve Lending Discrimination Claims Against Evolve Bank & Trust Settlement Provides $1.3 Million to Compensate Affected Borrowers | USAO-WDTN

Memphis, TN – The Department of Justice announced today that it has secured an agreement to resolve allegations that Evolve Bank & Trust, headquartered in Memphis, made loans discrimination based on race, sex and national origin in the pricing of one’s accommodation mortgage loans from at least 2014 to 2019. Evolve Bank maintains mortgage offices and provides mortgage services in ...

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Indiana abortion clinic also sees patients from Kentucky and Tennessee as new law halted

Women’s Med saw an increase in services before Indiana’s abortion law took effect, and requests for services have steadily increased as more people become aware of the judge’s decision to temporarily block the ban. Eric Weddle/WFYI After a judge temporarily blocked Indiana’s near-total abortion ban last week, some clinics that offer abortions have resumed services. For now, abortion in ...

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Illinois Takes Equal Rights Amendment to Court of Appeals Capitolnewsillinois.com

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul. (Capitol News Illinois file photo) Wednesday, September 28, 2022 AG Raoul joins Nevada to seek federal recognition order By PETER HANCOCKIllinois Capitol [email protected] SPRINGFIELD — Illinois state attorneys joined their colleagues in Nevada and Virginia on Wednesday in asking a federal appeals court to declare the Equal Rights Amendment ...

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OraSure Technologies Receives $8.6M BARDA Contract to Develop 2nd Generation Ebola Test | New

BETHLEHEM, Pa., Sept. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OraSure Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: OSUR), a global leader in point-of-care and home specimen collection and diagnostic testing technologies, announced today that the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) awarded the company an $8.6 million contract to develop a 2nd generation Ebola test on the OraQuick® test platform. The goal is for ...

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Tennessee doctors recommend getting the flu shot early

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – Flu season is about to begin and doctors are warning it could be a tough year. “Over the next two weeks, the window will open for when we start seeing cases,” said Dr. Todd Rice, medical director of the medical intensive care unit at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “We haven’t seen a surge of active cases ...

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Lawsuit seeks protection for Barrens Darter of Tennessee | Local News

On Tuesday, the Center for Biological Diversity sued the US Fish and Wildlife Service over the protections agency’s denial of the Barrens’ Endangered Species Act. Named for its home on the Barrens Plateau of central Tennessee, the darter is one of the rarest fish in North America, according to the Center for Biological Diversity. “We can’t afford to lose the ...

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Knoxville woman receives non-renewal notice after living in apartment for a decade

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Crystal Vreux-Gerbier has lived in the Belvedere Avenue apartments for nine and a half years, but earlier this month she was told she had 30 days to move out after receiving notice from non-renewal. “I was very surprised,” Vreux-Gerbier said. “I had planned to stay there for many years.” It’s a notice that lawyer Daniel Herrera ...

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Governor DeSantis provides an update on the state’s response to Hurricane Ian

State officials provided an update on the state’s preparedness measures ahead of Hurricane Ian’s landfall on Florida’s west coast later this week Various teams have been activated to mitigate road damage, healthcare access and evacuation congestion across the state 5,000 Florida Guardsmen have been called to State Active Duty to help with response actions. 2,000 additional guardsmen from Tennessee, Georgia ...

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NJ’s closed Catholic churches find new life as homes, community centers and more

Our Lady of Grace was once a vibrant community center in the small borough of Somerdale, County of Camden. The imposing red-brick Catholic church held weekly masses and hosted baptisms, weddings and funerals as the great organ blared from its balcony. But over time church attendance dwindled and the parish was consolidated into another nearby. Our Lady of Grace has ...

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Joshua Kersten 1976-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – Joshua Kersten, 46, died on Sunday, September 18, 2022. He was born on April 15, 1976 to Larry and Joan Kersten in Youngstown. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and enjoyed working on cars or just fixing things. Joshua leaves to cherish his memory, his fiancée, Michelle Kelly; his son, Joshua ...

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Obituary: April Ann Tanguay – Lewiston Sun Journal

April Ann Tanguay MEMPHIS, Tenn. – April Ann Tanguay, 47, formerly of Nashville, Tennessee, and Auburn, died Wednesday, August 31, 2022 after a brief illness. She was born on April 1, 1975 in Lewiston. April was the daughter of Joseph and Carol Ann (Colleton) Tanguay. April graduated from Edward Little High School in Auburn and earned a BA in Psychology ...

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State official warns of new scam targeting Tennessee residents

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Residents of Tennessee received an alert Wednesday from Secretary of State Tre Hargett about official-looking mail from the TN UCC Reporting Service that falsely suggests businesses or individuals need a copy of a certain financing statement filed against them. “Our Business and Charities Division and I were recently made aware of a new deceptive mailer trying to ...

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Longship Group acquires Lawton Group

September 23, 2022 – Longship Group, a workforce consulting and solutions company, has acquired Lawton Group, a San Diego, CA-based healthcare and office recruitment company. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The Lawton Group’s new chief operating officer will be Katherine Sullivan of the Longship Group’s healthcare division. “With Lawton Group’s previous 35 years of exceptional service in ...

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Ford begins construction of $5.6 billion electric truck factory in Tennessee

FOX Business Correspondent Grady Trimble chats with Ford CEO Jim Farley about the evolution of the company’s electric vehicle and ICE business. Construction of Ford’s new Blue Oval City manufacturing complex in Stanton, Tenn., is now well advanced since it was announced last September. The $5.6 billion campus is expected to begin production of electric trucks and batteries in partnership ...

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Tennessee Falls at #6 Alabama, 4-2

Knoxville, Tenn. –Tennessee fell short of No. 6 Alabama on Thursday, losing 4-2 at Regal Stadium. Second year Jordan Fusco and senior Claudia Dipasupil were the scorers for UT (5-3-1, 1-1 SEC). In the net, senior Lindsey Romig matched his career high of nine saves set last Friday at Kentucky. Reyna Reyes scored twice for Alabama (9-1-1) while Riley Mattingly ...

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Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry Raises Funds to Provide Rehabilitation Services

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – It can take a village for someone to successfully reintegrate into society after a long prison sentence. In Nashville and Memphis, the Tennessee Prison Outreach Ministry has been helping people lead productive lives after prison for nearly 60 years. Thanks to some community grants, some state funding, but mostly donations from churches and individuals, 38 men ...

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Sixth Circuit Rules District Court Erred in Failing to Analyze Whether Non-Signatory Consented to Arbitration | Carlton Fields

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reversed and rescinded an order finding that a party was not bound by an arbitration award after finding that the district court failed to consider whether that party could have consented to the arbitration. arbitration by its actions even if it was not a signatory to the collective agreement which contained the arbitration ...

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The decline in natural gas has created an opportunity

U.S. natural gas prices hit a six week low fee, closing at $7.75/MMBtu on Monday with the Wall Street Journal saying the market lost momentum due to US production surpassing 100 Bcf/day for the first time ever. Chances are now that sufficient US production will be sufficient to meet local demand in the final months before winter arrives. Prices are ...

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An active shooter training exercise will take place at the West Town Mall

Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT) – An active fire training exercise will be held at the West Town Mall by several East Tennessee law enforcement agencies on Sunday, September 25. The training will be closed to the public and will include the Knoxville Police Department, Knoxville Fire Department, University of Tennessee Police Department, Rural Metro Fire Department, Knox County 9-1 -1 and ...

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders will join Governor Asa Hutchinson at “America Leads: An Ideas Summit”

BENTONVILLE, Ark.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has announced that the programming for “America Leads: An Ideas Summit” is now final with the addition of the former White House press secretary and current candidate for the post. of Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, joining an already impressive list of attendees. America strong and free will host the summit, which will facilitate ...

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Wide Open Wednesday: What you need to know about Tennessee and more

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Parson dampens hopes for Missouri sports betting measure

Neighboring states of Illinois, Kansas, Arkansas, Iowa and Tennessee are among dozens that have already legalized sports betting. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A hearing was held Monday afternoon on a new bill to legalize sports betting in Missouri, but the governor. Mike Parson apparently doesn’t see it as an adjustment at the special session he called to consider tax cuts. ...

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Amendment 3 would eliminate exception to Tennessee slavery ban

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Constitution has a provision dating back to 1870 that prohibits slavery and involuntary servitude, but the section provides an exception when it comes to penalties for a felony. Critics say the 152-year-old law needs to change – that there should be no exceptions to the ban on slavery. And in the Nov. 8 election, voters in ...

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St. Andrews Knights draw #22 Tennessee Wesleyan Bulldogs 1-1

VSN (admin) Published Monday, September 19, 2022 – 09:30 After starting the season in conference, the Knights faced their most daunting task of the start of the season as the Tennessee Wesleyan Bulldogs came to Laurinburg, North Carolina sporting 22nd place in the NAIA national rankings. A close battle on the stretch, the Knights and Bulldogs each came away with ...

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Doctors rush to use Supreme Court ruling to escape opioid charges

Dr Nelson Onaro admitted last summer that he had written illegal prescriptions, although he said he only thought of his patients. At a small brick clinic in Oklahoma, he handed out hundreds of opioid pills and dozens of fentanyl patches without legitimate medical purpose. “These drugs were prescribed to help my patients, from my own perspective,” Onaro told the court, ...

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William Fairfax of the famous Fairfax family has passed away

William Fairfax, of the prominent Fairfax family, sadly passed away unexpectedly. Fairfax Family Statement on the Passing of William Anthony Fairfax, Jr.The Fairfax family is heartbroken to announce that our beautiful and brilliant William Anthony Fairfax, Jr. passed away from this earthly life at the age of 24 on September 9, 2022.William died peacefully, albeit unexpectedly, of natural causes at ...

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Clarksville Tennessee National Guard Officer Andrew Trescott Earns Commission as Army Second Lieutenant – Clarksville Online

Woodlawn, TN – A Clarksville police officer graduated from the Tennessee National Guard Officer Candidate School in Smyrna and earned his commission as a second lieutenant in the Tennessee Army National Guard on August 13, 2022. Second Lieutenant Andrew Trescott has completed the traditional 18-month OCS program designed to develop officer candidates into platoon leaders in the US Army. The ...

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The Fiji Times » Flaws in the business report

FILE PHOTO: A participant stands near a World Bank logo at the International Monetary Fund – World Bank Annual Meeting 2018 in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia October 12, 2018. REUTERS/Johannes P. Christo The World Bank Group has suspended publication of the Doing Business report after identifying major irregularities in it. This was revealed during a meeting between Attorney General Aiyaz ...

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Kira Toussaint will train in Tennessee en route to the Paris Olympics

Kira Toussaint will train in Tennessee en route to the Paris Olympics; Will serve as a volunteer assistant dutch star Kira Toussaint, who spent his college years at the University of Tennessee, is returning to Rocky Top to prepare for the 2024 Olympics in Paris. Toussaint made the announcement on her Instagram account and posted a photo of herself holding ...

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Trust Fund Eligibility/Storage Tank Enforcement: Proposed Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Ordinance Regarding Crossville Facility | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, LLC

Download PDF The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (“TDEC”) has issued a Proposed Order and Assessment (“Order”) regarding Trust Fund eligibility and alleged violations by Ziptron Energy, Inc. (“ZEI”), related to the Tennessee Underground Storage Reservoir (“UST” rules). See Case No. FDA22-0019. The facility is listed as Tobacco Outlet and is claimed to be the registered owner of five ...

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An employee retires after 70 years

For decades, Jewel Bell was a fixture at King’s University, a small Christian college in Bristol, Tennessee. She was a confidante for the students and later a guardian of the President’s office. She has also been a living witness to events large and small in King and around the world: from the desegregation of Bristol and King and the wider ...

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3 major purchases in the oil sector

The oil market is currently going through another difficult period as investors continue to grapple with inflationary, recessionary and demand-side fears. Oil prices continued their weeks-old downward trend after inflation has increased than expected and triggered a strong sell-off on Wall Street. The consumer price index (CPI) for August rose 0.1%, above economists’ expectations for a 0.1% drop. More worrying ...

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Geosciences Graduate Program Achieves National Recognition

The geoscience department at East Tennessee State University, known for providing students with valuable field experience and faculty who excel in research and teaching, added national recognition. The Master of Geosciences, Geospatial Analysis Concentration, received Honorable Mention for the 2022 American Association of Geographers Award for Master’s Program Excellence. “It’s a wonderful honor for ETSU,” said Dr. Ingrid Luffman, an ...

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Tennessee appeal hearings begin on rejected charter schools

MURFEESBORO, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee panel has launched hearings on whether to open charter schools tied to Hillsdale College despite rejections from local school boards, a process unfolding over controversial comments on teachers by the President of Hillsdale. On Wednesday, only advocates for opening the school in Rutherford County, which includes the booming suburb of Nashville, spoke during a ...

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TN Charter School Board hears first of 3 appeals from Hillsdale-sponsored group

MURFRESBORO, Tenn. (WKRN) – The tension in the room was heavy. “It has come to my attention that there may be someone speaking against the Academy today who is not even a Rutherford County resident,” said Rutherford County resident Michael Dewey. “How insulting and disrespectful to everyone in this room and the citizens of our county for this politician from ...

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Former Education Secretary DeVos and Walton Brothers added to Hutchinson event

Former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will travel to northwest Arkansas next month for a political event hosted by Governor Asa Hutchinson. “America in the lead: a summit of ideasis scheduled for October 19 and will be held at the Momentary in Bentonville. Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has been announced as keynote speaker in June. Other speakers ...

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Former Heritage High School football coach sentenced to 15 years in prison for attempted production of child pornography | USAO-EDTN

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – On September 12, 2022, the Honorable Thomas A. Varlan, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Tennessee, sentenced James David Morrow, 51, of Maryville, Tennessee, to 15 years in prison . Morrow, a former football coach at Heritage High School, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted production of child pornography, violating 18 USC § ...

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East Tennessee Credit Union Joins the Fight to End Food Hunger

Knoxville, Tenn. (WATE) – More than 230,000 East Tennessee residents are at risk of going hungry. Many of them are the youngest and most vulnerable in the state. A local credit union helps put food on the table for homes in the area. When you think of a financial institution, you think of checks and savings, but for workers in ...

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Conservative college curriculum takes hold in South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS, SD — Days before middle school professor Shaun Nielsen was to join a task force to develop South Dakota’s social studies standards, he received a large package in the mail. Sent from Hillsdale, Michigan, home to a conservative private college with outsized influence among top Republicans, it contained materials that would ultimately form what public school students in ...

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As Chabad of Greenwich seeks to expand kindergarten, P&Z scans traffic on Mason Street

GREENWICH – As Greenwich’s Chabad Lubavitch seeks to increase enrollment of kindergarten students, the Planning and Zoning Commission said it will take a thorough look at traffic and access to the Mason Street educational facility . According to its plan, the nonprofit religious and educational organization would add a kindergarten classroom on the second floor and admit 12 more children ...

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Tennessee Titans reasons for optimism, concern against New York Giants

The Tennessee Titans and New York Giants kick off their 2022 season against each other on Sunday at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. The Titans have just completed their sixth straight winning season which saw the team claim a second straight division title and it’s the first 12-win season and No. 1 seed since 2008 despite an insane number of injuries. ...

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Tennessee high-speed chase ends with suspect committing suicide

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — Lawrence County deputies are still mentally recovering on Friday from a terrible ordeal they experienced on Tuesday night. It started with a traffic stop and quickly turned into a chase with an armed suspect, Zackery James Cadeau, who committed suicide when the situation ended. The chase began around 8 p.m. Tuesday evening. Sheriff John Myers ...

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Tennessee tourism generated $24.2 billion in travel spending in 2021

Tennessee tourism generated $24.2 billion in domestic and international travel spending in 2021, according to recently released economic impact data from the US Travel Association and Tourism Economics. It also marks the largest national visitor expenditure in Tennessee history. Tennessee travelers spend approximately $66 million per day. Trips to Tennessee generated $1.9 billion in state and local tax revenue. Travel ...

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Tennessee Transplants | News | lebandemocrate.com

Hartsville resident and professional photographer Elizabeth Baldwin Combs is the founder of a Facebook group for local moms who are new to the area. The group became known to its members as the Transplanted Moms. Combs first decided to launch the group when several of his new clients expressed how difficult it was to connect to a new community without ...

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Focus on the Crown Act | Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

Create a respectful and open world for natural hair The Massachusetts Crown Act, which stands for “Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair,” is a law that prohibits discrimination based on race. The purpose of the Crown Act is to prohibit denial of employment and educational opportunities because of hair texture, natural or protective hairstyles including braids, dreadlocks, ...

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Governor Appoints Diane Zook to Southern Regional Board of Education

Former Arkansas Board of Education member and teacher Diane Zook will join the Southern Regional Board of Education, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Tuesday. She was appointed to the State Board of Education in 2013, serving as chair from 2019 to 2020. Her term ended in June 2020. “Diane has served students of all ages in many different positions,” Hutchinson said ...

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Entire Tennessee Williams Fest Lineup

CLARKSDALE – Coahoma Community College has released the schedule for the 30th annual MS Delta Tennessee Williams Festival (MDTWF), to be held in Clarksdale on October 13, 14 and 15. “We’re also thrilled to announce that the Oscar- and Emmy-winning producer and former Stella Adler Academy teacher will be here,” said Jen Waller, spokesperson for the event. “Milton Justice of ...

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Report: Georgia’s Election Integrity Measures Rank Second Nationally | Georgia

(The Center Square) — Georgia ranks second in the nation for its election integrity measures, according to an analysis. According According to the Heritage Foundation’s Election Integrity Scorecard, Peach State ranked behind its northern neighbor, Tennessee. Hawaii ranked last on the list, just behind Nevada and California. The scorecard compares each state’s and the District of Columbia’s election laws and ...

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Red and blue state ballot measures demonstrate contrasting approaches to labor policy

Red and blue states drive labor policy in opposite directions Getty As Americans enjoy a long weekend due to the Labor Day holiday, ongoing election metrics campaigns in two of the bluest and reddest states, Illinois and Tennessee, demonstrate the contrasting approach to labor policy taken by Republicans and Democrats at the state level. It is in state capitals, after ...

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GOP Official Tells Tennessee Colleges to Say Title IX Doesn’t Protect LGBTQ+ People

Tennessee universities are under pressure from a Republican state legislator who wants them to withdraw documents describing LGBTQ+ people as a protected group under federal law. In August, Rep. John Ragan, chairman of the state’s Government Operations Committee, sent letters to Tennessee schools, including the University of Tennessee and East Tennessee State University, demanding that they “immediately use » LGTBQ ...

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Hands-on learning is a priority at New Tenn. Elementary Lab

By AMBER BROPHY, Johnson City Press JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. (AP) – Sulfur Springs Elementary has unveiled its new Career and Technical Education (CTE) lab, where the school principal says students will be able to engage in “fun learning.” Through grants and support from STEM LD (Learning Design), through the Niswonger Children’s Foundation and East Tennessee State University, in cooperation with Daniel ...

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Tennessee Titans: A look at the history of Josh Gordon’s suspension

Josh Gordon has reached an age – 31 – that suggests a certain maturity and an ability to rise above youthful indiscretions. It’s also an age for many NFL players when their most productive days are behind them. The Tennessee Titans hope only one of them is true in this case. They signed Gordon, a veteran and often disciplined receiver, ...

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Dow Jones Futures: what to do as the market sell-off continues; Apple is taking 5 actions to watch

Dow Jones futures will open Sunday night, along with S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures. The stock market rally suffered significant losses for a third consecutive week. X With major indices heading south and few stocks looking healthy, investors should have a large cash position and wait for better conditions. Apple (AAPL) will be the center of attention this week, with ...

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Slow economy needs more immigrants

By Peter White WASHINGTON, DC — Partisan politics cripples U.S. immigration reform There have been no major changes to immigration law in more than two decades, and the system is broken. The Dreamers are among the generations of immigrants who are still waiting for green cards; the asylum system is essentially frozen; Congress has shown no appetite to address the ...

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Rocky Top Tennessee | daily news

KNOXVILLE, TENN.–“Good old Rocky Top” Court! “Rocky Top Tennessee” The choir of rocky summitoriginally sung by the Osborne Brothers, is sung by University of Tennessee fans at every opportunity, not just throughout every sporting event, but throughout the day leading up to it. The Knoxville, Tennessee campus is turned into a ghost town. It seems the whole university is focused ...

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The contractor’s mandate for vaccines is back? | Bass, Berry & Sims APIs

On Friday, August 26, the Eleventh Circuit released the long-awaited decision in the government’s call for a nationwide injunction ending the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for government contractors and contractors. Although the decision found that the plaintiffs were entitled to an injunction, the Eleventh Circuit also found that the Southern District of Georgia injunction, which applied nationwide, was too broad. The ...

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COMMENT: College football’s era of greed |

The new college football season is upon us, and it comes at a time of considerable upheaval. Long-standing allegiances are being wiped out, with schools like the University of Texas and UCLA announcing their departure from their historic conferences for richer pastures. Meanwhile, the student-athletes, gaining more power and knowledge, navigate the waters of endorsement deals to finally get compensation ...

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