Monthly Archives: April 2022

SSU reporters say coverage of Sakaki scandal provoked backlash, leaked budget proposal included missing documents

Reporters and editors from the Sonoma State University student-run campus newspaper worked late Tuesday evening to assemble and deliver 500 copies of their most recent issue to campus newsstands. The April 26 edition of the Sonoma State Star featured a front-page story about the ongoing no-confidence vote against Speaker Judy Sakaki. She is at the center of a scandal after ...

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Family of man killed in DUI accident reacts to tougher Tennessee DUI law tied to child support payments

The state of Tennessee is cracking down on drunk drivers by costing them dearly, and drivers charged with a DUI won’t like it. The new law that makes drunk drivers pay child support for killing a relative. Bradford Fair of Clarkesville, Tennessee says he won’t soon forget the night he learned his cousin, Myron Fair, 49, had died in a ...

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Nashville hosts Philadelphia Union in non-conference play

Philadelphia Union (5-1-2, first in Eastern Conference) vs. Nashville SC (3-3-2, eighth in Western Conference) Nashville, TN; Sunday, 4 p.m. EDT FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Nashville SC +123, Philadelphia +251, Draw +209; over/under is 2.5 goals BOTTOM LINE: Nashville and the Philadelphia Union hit the field in a non-conference game. Nashville is 0-0-0 in home games. Nashville is 10th in the ...

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Tips for overcoming the formula shortage in Memphis

In early April, Datasembly, a data collection company, reported that more than 30% of products were out of stock at more than 11,000 stores in the United States. MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Months after recalls and supply chain issues, some Memphis shelves are still empty. The shortage of infant formula is creating a challenge for families across the country, including the ...

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Weekly State Policy Update 04/29/2022

This week’s update highlights legislative advances in several states, including Kentucky, Virginia, Vermont, Tennessee and Kansas. Vermont Current Vermont state law has a THC cap of 30% for cannabis flower and 60% in solid concentrates. Such caps are arbitrary and not in the best interests of cannabis consumers, especially medical patients who deserve the legal option of accessing different strains ...

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Tennessee school library bill would let state veto books

The Tennessee Textbook Commission could veto local school board decisions and ban certain school library books statewide under 11 a.m. legislation approved by state lawmakers Thursday. Senate and House negotiators reached a deal to sweeten a House bill passed a day earlier to require librarians to submit their book inventory to the politically appointed commission for review and possible veto. ...

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Trend Micro joins the trend of consolidated security platforms

Trend Micro has launched a new unified cybersecurity platform that it says will make it easier and more efficient for channel partners and customers to view and assess their attack surfaces and risk postures. Introducing its new Trend Micro One as a major step towards consolidating security products on a single platform, the company said it will offer a full ...

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Whiskey Row death triggers tightening of guard training on Tennessee bill

A bill requiring first aid, CPR, restraint and de-escalation training for unarmed and armed private guards working in locations licensed to serve alcohol has passed in Tennessee. The bill, dubbed “Dallas’s Law,” comes after Dallas “DJ” Barrett, 22, died following a fight with security guards at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in August. He is now heading to Governor Bill Lee’s ...

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Tennessee nears overhaul of K-12 education funding formula | Tennessee News

By KIMBERLEE KRUESI, Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee’s Republican-dominated General Assembly neared the finish line Wednesday for an overhaul of the state’s formula to fund its multibillion-dollar K-12 education system. dollars, angering Democratic lawmakers who were abruptly blocked from floor discussion of one of the most sweeping pieces of legislation this year. The State House and Senate each ...

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Global Pet Food Market Overview and Forecast Report 2022-2026, with Key Players Nestle, General Mills, Colgate-Palmolive, Unicharm and Mars

DUBLIN, April 27, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Global Pet Food Market (by Wet and Dry Food for Dogs, Cats and Others): Information and Forecast with Potential Impact of COVID-19 (2022-2026)” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The value of the global pet food market is expected to reach US$118.83 billion in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 5.4%, for the ...

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Tennessee police officer crushed during traffic stop after suspect resisted, fled and showed dashcam video

Tennessee officers recover after being dragged by fleeing suspect Two Franklin police officers were injured yesterday after a fleeing suspect drugged them from his car, knocking one of the officers down. (Credit: Franklin Police Department) Tennessee police have released dramatic dashcam video that authorities say shows a suspect resisting officers during a traffic stop before running over an officer with ...

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Governor Bill Lee should veto harmful bill

Written by over 200 Tennessee religious leaders. Find the list of signatories on this link. A letter to Governor Bill Lee: This is one more request 300 Tennessean religious leaders and organizations urging you to veto Senate Bill 1610/House Bill 0978 – also known as the bill that criminalize homelessness. As religious leaders and faith-based organizations across Tennessee, we urge ...

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Tennessee General Assembly Passes Donor Disclosure Bill – Ballotpedia News

On April 21, the Tennessee House of Representatives passed SB1005, a bill creating additional disclosure requirements for 501(c)(4) organizations and candidate committees. The Tennessee Senate passed the bill on April 14, and the legislation is now heading to Governor Bill Lee (R). What the bill would do Current state law requires all candidate committees to report individual contributions if the ...

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New law limits funding to schools allowing trans students to play sports

NASHVILLE — Tennessee Republicans introduced a bill last week to remove books deemed “obscene or harmful to minors” from school libraries. The proposed legislation would apply to all K-12 public schools in the state, including charter schools. House Bill 1944 would amend current Tennessee law to include “shall not permit the making available of obscene material or material harmful to ...

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Tennessee governor signs penalty bill for transgender athletes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee will soon add tough penalties against public schools that allow transgender athletes to participate in women’s sports, under legislation recently signed into law by Republican Gov. Bill Lee. Lee quietly signed the proposal last Friday without comment. The governor had already signed a measure last year requiring student athletes to prove their gender matches that ...

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Laparoscopic Access Instruments Market Size (Value, Volume, ASP) by Segments, Share, Trend & SWOT Analysis, Regulatory & Reimbursement Landscape, Procedures & Forecast, 2015-2030

ReportLinker Summary of Laparoscopic Access Instruments Market Size (Value, Volume, ASP) by Segments, Share, Trend & SWOT Analysis, Regulatory & Reimbursement Landscape, Procedures & Forecast, 2015-2030 is designed to visualize quantitative trends of the market in the therapeutic area of ​​endoscopic devices. New York, April 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Laparoscopic Access Instruments ...

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Tennessee bill would force drunk drivers to support victims’ children

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) — Drunk drivers convicted of homicide while driving a vehicle in Tennessee would have to pay child support under a bill filed in the governor’s office. But this alimony would not be for their children. It would go to the children of their deceased victims. Tennessee could become the first state to pass a bill that some ...

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A dog escapes from Ukraine to a new home in Greene Co.

GREENE COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) — After traversing a war zone, a Ukrainian golden retriever has a new home in eastern Tennessee. Conflicts abroad continue to wreak havoc not only on Ukrainians, but also on their pets. “Timon”, one year old, is one of the lucky ones because he was able to get out of it. Just a few weeks ago, ...

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State of Tennessee Amends NIL Law to Further Empower Athletic Departments and Collectives

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed an amendment to the state’s name, image and likeness legislation on April 20. The amendment makes significant changes to how collectives can work with college coaches and athletic departments. WVLT News First reported and spoke with Spyre co-founder Hunter Baddour, who said of the bill, “It’s a game changer.” Tennessee NIL Amenity A abstract of ...

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Berks County Intermediate Unit Celebrates 50th Anniversary

April 22 – It was a site she hadn’t expected, something Dr. Nancy Allmon was not ready to encounter. It was the mid-1970s and she was a young teacher in the Oley Valley School District. As she was walking down a school hallway, she spotted a box on the floor. Inside the box was a stuffed squirrel. Confused and a ...

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No new details from Tennessee governor on canceled execution | News

oscar franklin smith Tennessee Department of Corrections NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee is declining to provide further information about his decision Thursday to call off the state’s first execution since the pandemic began. However, the Republican said Friday that more information will likely be provided next week. On Thursday night, the Republican issued a statement saying there ...

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Tennessee Brown Bag, LLC recalls beef jerky products produced without inspection

WASHINGTON, April 22, 2022 – Tennessee Brown Bag, LLC, a facility in Hixson, Tenn., is recalling approximately 4,590 pounds of beef jerky products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection, the Safety and Security Service announced today. Food Inspection (FSIS) of the United States Department of Agriculture. Ready-to-eat beef jerky products were produced from January 2020 to April ...

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Ford Investing $16 Million in Tennessee for Conservation and Education

In addition to stream restoration efforts, the investment will support hands-on STEM education and 4-H youth development. MEMPHIS, Tennessee — As part of the BlueOval City megasite in West Tennessee, Ford Motor Company announced Friday that it will invest more than $16 million to restore Lone Oaks Farm creeks and wetlands in the county. by Hardeman. Lone Oaks Farm is ...

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Former Athens, Tennessee police chief sues after being fired

Former Athens, Tennessee, police chief Cliff Couch filed suit in U.S. District Court in Chattanooga, alleging violation of his First Amendment rights and accusing the city manager of retaliating against him for reporting activities involving the city manager. The six-count federal complaint stems from an ongoing feud between Couch and City Manager C. Seth Sumner over the police chief’s claims. ...

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Bill to make drunk drivers who kill their parents pay child support to TN governor’s office

Missouri grandmother aims to create law forcing DUI offenders to pay victims’ orphan children A Missouri grandmother is working with her state representative to create a law that would seek financial restitution from DUI offenders whose actions resulted in the death of a parent or guardian. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Tennessee bill that aims to hold drunk drivers accountable by ...

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Opposition to health care consolidation hurts local communities – InsideSources

America’s hospitals are vital to the well-being of many local communities and, indeed, our entire nation. Unfortunately, they are faced with the increasingly difficult task of balancing quality comprehensive care for all patients with the need to invest in advanced medical technologies and systems while maintaining cost-effective operations. When a facility is unable to juggle these complex competing interests, it ...

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Tellico Plains chosen for Tennessee Downtowns program | News

Tellico Plains was selected to participate in a Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development program. According to a TNECD press release, the city is one of 10 communities selected to participate in the Tennessee Downtowns program. Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced the 10 Tennessee communities selected to participate in the eighth cycle of ...

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The White House said it would consider two women for the Sixth Circuit seat (1)

The White House has vetted two female attorneys for a vacancy on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, based in Ohio. Rachel Bloomekatzpublic interest attorney and former state adviser for the Biden-Harris campaign, and Alexandra SchimmerVice President and General Counsel of Denison University who served as Ohio Solicitor General, were reviewed by the court, two sources ...

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Tennessee prohibits paying less than minimum wage to people with disabilities

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has signed a law banning people with disabilities from being paid below minimum wage, making it the ninth state to end the practice. Under the federal Fair Work and Standards Act, employers can apply for a certificate to pay disabled persons “whose earning or productive capacity is impaired by a physical or mental disability, including those ...

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Entertainment OOH: New media, technological battlefield? | Remark

Major acquisitions and mergers create giant consortia that will seek to define their entertainment holdings, creating a franchise ecosystem. Image courtesy of iStock. 2022 saw the culmination of development and investment aimed at creating a changed landscape for entertainment consumption. The conditions seem ripe to lead entertainment brands towards consolidation, mergers and growth. The market, thanks to increased investments, sees ...

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Tennessee state testing begins Monday and again counts for districts

Thousands of students will begin taking state assessments on a variety of subjects across the state next week. And for the first time since the pandemic began in March 2020, this year’s standardized test results can have major impacts on students and their schools. Here’s what you need to know about who and what is being assessed as testing begins ...

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Rashaan Evans: Reunion with Dean Pees “A Match Made in Heaven”

Rashaan Evans became a philosopher when he thought back to the end of his time with the Tennessee Titans. “The problem with learning football is that there will be times when you’ll be the guy, there will be times when you’re not the guy,” Evans said last week during his introductory press conference as a member of the Atlanta Falcons. ...

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Tennessee teens call on residents to fight period poverty

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) — Seventeen-year-old Emma Rose Smith’s living room is full of donated menstrual care and general hygiene products. The stacks are responses to a call from her and other student leaders at Franklin High School in hopes of making a difference in the lives of young people like them. They collect products as part of Her Drive, a ...

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TN Senate passes bill allowing immigrants to obtain business license

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — On Thursday, the Tennessee State Senate voted 20 to 7 to pass the Workforce Expansion Bill, sponsored by Sen. Shane Reeves, RT.N. with bipartisan support. The bill, once in force, will allow certain immigrants to obtain a license in the specialty or trade they wish. The vote to pass the bill follows the passage of its ...

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Candidates discuss issues on the forum | Local News

A forum of Republican candidates in Brunswick did not draw the full list of candidates expected Thursday, but those who showed up had plenty to say. The first hour featured Glynn County Commission No. 1 candidates Jane Fraser and Thomas “Bo” Clark and No. 4 candidate David Sweat. Robert Eligah Tucker is the other Republican candidate seeking the ‘post 4 ...

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Cop accused of lying about lawsuit faces jail time in TN

A 23-year-old police officer has resigned and pleaded guilty to falsifying records after Tennessee prosecutors said he lied about a high-speed chase. Getty Images/iStockphoto A 23-year-old former police officer is considering possible jail time after Tennessee prosecutors said he lied about a high-speed chase and forged an arrest warrant earlier this year. Joseph Charles Roberts pleaded guilty to tampering with ...

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New Tennessee law hopes to reduce overdose deaths by providing greater access to life-saving drug

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Tennessee House Bill 2465 became law on April 4. This new law will equip more Tennesseans with the knowledge and tools to help prevent the fatal drug overdoses that are all too common in our state. This law could be a lifeline in Tennessee, where the opioid epidemic is deadlier than ever and naloxone is not ...

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PYA Adds Nashville-Based Crux Strategies As Affiliate Brand

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — PYAa leading accounting and professional services firm, announced that it had acquired ownership of Crucial Strategieswelcoming him to the PYA business, where he will join the affiliated businesses Real Estate Trust Group, PYA Waltman Capitaland MB intuitive. Crux, a full-service business advisory and consulting firm, was founded in 2015 in Nashville, TN. The ...

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Bipartisan bill to fix Tennessee litter fines

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — While driving in Tennessee, some think they’re seeing something more and more: garbage. “We’re seeing a slight uptick, it seems,” Rep. Mike Sparks told R-Smyrna. “I have more constituents asking what we can do about illegal dumping. Sparks said he hated seeing litter around the state, which prompted him to draft legislation – HB2424/SB2070 — for ...

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Spirit Airlines could be owned by JetBlue or Frontier: former United Airlines CEO

Former United Airlines longtime CEO Oscar Muñoz said consolidation in the airline industry makes sense and there is a path for Spirit Airlines to be owned by JetBlue or Frontier Airlines. “If I was at United I would support this,” Muñoz said on Yahoo Finance Live. “Consolidation will improve the level of service. There could be concessions. One of the ...

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The mother of a teenager killed at school by the police takes legal action | USA News®

Knoxville, Tenn. (AP) — The mother of a teenager who was killed by police at her Tennessee high school has filed a federal complaint over the shooting. Chanada Robinson filed a lawsuit Monday against the City of Knoxville, the Knoxville Police Department and the Knox County School Board in the death of her 17-year-old son, Anthony Thompson Jr., last year ...

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EXPLANATOR: Where are the U.S. opioid trials?

FILE – Signs are displayed under a tent during a health event June 26, 2021 in Charleston, W.Va. The effort to hold drug companies, pharmacies and distributors accountable for their role in the opioid crisis has led to a whirlwind of lawsuit activity around the United States. New legal deals are struck virtually every week to provide governments with money ...

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Ron DeSantis sparks nationwide wave of ‘Don’t Day Gay’ bills

Several Republican-led states are considering their own “don’t say gay” bills prompted by Florida’s controversial law. Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law the legislation last month, which prevents the teaching of subjects such as sexual orientation and gender identity to the state’s youngest students. The law has provoked a major backlash from LGBTQ advocates, who argue it aims ...

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AVAX enters the triangle shaped consolidation zone: is it ripe for a bullish breakout

AVAX kicked off April on a corrective phase that saw it fall from its recent local high of $104 to its current price of $83. Its price action over the past 10 days has been highlighted by a descending resistance line and an ascending support level. The resulting triangle pattern and price compression means a breakout is imminent. AVAX maintained ...

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Tee Time – Racers take on Hermitage at TSU event

History links The Murray State men’s golf team competes in a 13-team field at the TSU Big Blue Intercollegiate Monday and Tuesday (April 11-12) at the Hermitage Golf Club in Nashville, Tennessee. The game will take place on the President’s Reserve course. Hosted by the state of Tennessee, the event features 36 holes of play on ...

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Why Tennessee legal fees dropped in NCAA football team investigation

Documents show the University of Tennessee’s legal fees plummeted after it ended its year-long internal NCAA investigation into allegations that football coach Jeremy Pruitt and his staff allegedly committed gross recruitment violations. This suggests the university is in a waiting situation, waiting for the NCAA to rule while paying minimal attorney fees. In January, Chancellor Donde Plowman told Knox News ...

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The Supreme Court’s upcoming decision on abortion will raise new questions

Lawmakers and lawyers are bracing for a Supreme Court ruling this summer that could weaken Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that enshrined federal abortion protections. But across the political spectrum, many are anticipating a decision that leaves plenty of room for legal interpretation and litigation, meaning it could take months to fully understand the implications for abortion access. “There ...

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Governor Lee will not veto Tennessee bill giving the legislature majority control of State Board of Education appointments

NASHVILLE — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee is allowing to become law without his signature a bipartisan bill he opposed that gives House and Senate Speakers control of two-thirds of appointments to the State Board of Education. Lee’s director of communications, Laine Arnold, confirmed to The Times Free Press in a brief text on Friday that the governor intended to let ...

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The insurance industry in the UAE and the Gulf is experiencing strong consolidation – and for good reason too

Since 2017, the region has seen the exit of big names such as Allianz-AGCS, Asia Capital Re, AXA, AXIS Capital, Beazley, Generali, Munich Re Syndicate & Swiss Re. , it looks like more twists are to come. It is uncertain whether COVID-19 created the change in strategy and whether the releases of their global counterparts were influential. But the oldest ...

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MTSU and Delta Celebrate First “Propel” Pilot Graduate, Partnership

MTSU Aerospace alumnus Colton Gray, of Lebanon, Tenn., admits to being “very touched by the whole experience” of becoming the first Delta Propel pilot program graduate to accelerate (in 42 months or less) Airmen qualified beginning to train to be Delta Air Airline Pilots. Gray addressed a gathering of faculty, staff and students on Tuesday, April 5 in the Science ...

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Tennessee Titans: Look forward (not backward) to determine schedule strength

Trying to predict the strength of an NFL team’s schedule for the upcoming season can be a foolish business. Most of these calculations are based solely on team records from the previous year, when in reality club rosters go through different levels of transformation each off-season. Take the example of the Jacksonville Jaguars. By factoring them into a 2022 calendar ...

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Is Kennedy Chandler Vols the best one-and-done ever?

KNOXVILLE, TN – 1983: Hall of Fame football player Doug Atkins poses for a photo outside Neyland Stadium in 1983 in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Zagaris/Getty Images) Earlier this week, Tennessee basketball guard Kennedy Chandler officially announced he was in the NBA draft. He revealed the news on Instagram, and he hired an agent, so it’s not just about ...

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The Institute of American Civics at the University of Tennessee meets

An academic unit reshaping American civics at Tennessee’s largest public university is moving from a long-discussed idea to a codified entity. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced the Institute of American Civics at the University of Tennessee during his annual state of the state address, saying it will create more “informed patriots” and be “a beacon celebrating intellectual diversity in our ...

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‘Small’ brokers attract big money as insurance industry consolidates

Transactions in Ireland’s insurance brokerage market follow one another as private equity’s appetite for consolidation meets the rising cost of regulation in a fragmented market with an attractive revenue profile. he news that US-based AssuredPartners was buying family-owned Kerry Gallivan Murphy for more than 100 million euros was just the latest in a series of big deals over the past ...

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Department of Labor imposes $161,000 civil penalty on operators of seven Little Caesar franchises in Middle Tennessee

Investigation Findings: Investigators from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division found that employers failed to account for all hours worked and, therefore, failed to pay workers the less minimum wage and overtime, in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Investigators also found that employers allowed 15-year-old workers to engage in prohibited and dangerous activities such as ...

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10 Tennessee Communities Chosen for Downtown Revitalization | Tennessee News

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Ten communities across the state have been selected to participate in Tennessee’s downtown revitalization program. The state Department of Economic and Community Development said Wednesday the selected communities are Alexandria, Copperhill, Cumberland Gap, Decherd, Loretto, Newbern, Oneida, Rossville, Tellico Plains and Waverly. The two-year program helps local communities revitalize traditional business districts, create jobs and “maintain ...

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Bill inspired by Whiskey Row death passes Senate

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A bill that would require de-escalation training for security guard candidates is now waiting to pass the House before becoming law in Tennessee. Known as “Dallas Law,” the bill originated after Dallas “DJ” Barrett died as Whiskey Row in August 2021. Investigations revealed that unlicensed security guards were handling Barrett in the bar during an altercation. ...

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If this bill is signed into law, other MS lawmakers would also receive raises

If Governor Tate Reeves signs House Bill 1426 in law, raising salaries for statewide elected officials and other elected officials beginning in 2024, the governor of Mississippi would be the second-highest-paid governor in the Deep South, second only to the governor of Georgia. If the bill becomes law, the Mississippi governor’s annual salary would rise from $122,160 to $160,000 — ...

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European Open FTSE exits consolidation USDCAD means coming back

Asian indices: The Australian ASX 200 index fell -36.6 points (-0.49%) and is currently trading at 7,491.30 The Japanese Nikkei 225 index fell -409.34 points (-1.47%) and is currently trading at 27,378.64 Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell -306.67 points (-1.36%) and is currently trading at 22,195.64 The Chinese A50 index fell -28.9 points (-0.21%) and is currently trading ...

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Business Owner Worried About Delta-8 Cannabis Legislation

Dickson, Tenn. (WTVF) – A local business owner thinks a bill to ban many Delta-8 THC products would cost him tens of thousands of dollars. Southern Sugar Leaf’s Chris Yates spent a lot of time at the State Legislative Office Building this year. However, he usually works in the company building in Dickson. “Our candy bars, we’re in luck,” Yates ...

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Court hearing set as Tennessee city fights state takeover

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by a predominantly black Tennessee town located near… MEMPHIS, Tennessee (AP) — A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by a predominantly black Tennessee town located near the site of a Ford pickup truck plant as it tries to fight a takeover of ...

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What You Should Know About Consolidating Payday Loans

Payday loans are taken out by an estimated 12 million Americans each year. Payday loans are among the costlier ways to borrow money, which many people are unaware of. A payday loan’s annual percentage rate (APR) can easily approach 300 percent, which is enormous when ConsolidationNow compared to the average credit card APR of around 16 percent. When borrowers can’t ...

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Tennessee Lawmakers Consider Banning Most Delta-8 THC Products

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Tennessee lawmakers are debating a bill that opponents say could hurt the state’s growing cannabis industry. The bill would make most Delta-8 THC products illegal in Tennessee. After surviving a global pandemic, business owners who sell cannabidiol (CBD) products like Will Vance, owner of Your CBD Store at 3157 Poplar Avenue, have a new concern. Gone ...

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Three days left to qualify for municipal and national primaries on August 4

April 4, 2022By: Dwayne Page People have just three days left to get their names on the ballot in the Aug. 4 municipal elections and Tennessee’s Democratic and Republican primaries for state and federal office. The deadline to qualify for the races is noon on Thursday, April 7. Municipal elections will be held in Smithville, Alexandria, Liberty and Dowelltown. Eighteen ...

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Pensions: what’s new this week – April 2022 | Allen & Overy LLP

Welcome to your weekly update from the Allen & Overy Pensions team, covering all the latest legal and regulatory developments in the world of occupational pensions. This week we cover topics such as: DC: investing in illiquid assets and consolidation; PASA FAQ on the administration of GMP equalization; Future expansion of CDC programs; TPO Quick Settlement Information Sheet; The regime ...

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Meet the Candidates at the Hawkins County Deeds Registry Office | News

ROGERSVILLE — Three candidates are running at the Hawkins County Deeds Registry Office in the May Republican primary. The same five questions were asked of all candidates. Their unedited responses appear below. Judy Kirkpatrick Why did you decide to present yourself to the register of deeds? I have served in the Hawkins County Deeds Registry since 2002. I started working ...

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Cross and Lewis finish in the Top 10; Steals third in the Mason Rudolph Championship

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Spencer Cross and Brice Lewis each recorded top-10 finishes and Tennessee’s No. 20 men’s golf team finished third in the Mason Rudolph Championship on Sunday at Vanderbilt Legends Club. The Vols shot a total of three rounds of 16 under, including 3 under on Sunday. Including Tennessee, only three teams in the field shot under par in ...

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This Week with Bob Mueller: April 3, 2022

Man linked to missing Florida woman arrested in… 6 hours ago Police search for missing Lebanese teenager 6 hours ago Emergency Paving Projects 6 hours ago Pancakes and Politics in Nashville 22 hours ago Primate exhibit at the Nashville Zoo 22 hours ago Lebanese police search for a teenager on the run 23 hours ago Stolen and damaged car in ...

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Two Republicans vying for Circuit Court Judge Part II | News

Two Republicans are vying to succeed Judge Jean Stanley, who is not seeking reelection as a Circuit Court Part II judge in the 1st Judicial District. Suzanne Cook takes on Lois Bunton-Shults-Davis in the May 3 primary ballot for judgeship, which covers Carter, Johnson, Unicoi and Washington counties. The Republican candidate will be alone in the general election ballot on ...

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VA proposes the consolidation of certain health centers | Securities

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing to consolidate and modify its health care operations in Northern Virginia, following a multi-year national review that assessed facility quality and geographic distribution relative to Virginia’s population. Veterans. In Northern Virginia, the Fredericksburg Health Care Center, currently under development, will consolidate primary care and outpatient mental health services from the existing Fredericksburg ...

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DoorDash driver video shows officer firing stun gun into Tennessee traffic stop | Tennessee

A Tennessee police officer who used his stun gun on a DoorDash driver wrote an arrest report saying the man became argumentative while denying he was speeding, refused to hand over information. identification, demanded to see a supervisor and remained in his car when ordered to get outside. The driver – who faces charges of speeding, resisting arrest and disorderly ...

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Mason, Tennessee: NAACP Helps Majority Black Town File Lawsuit Against Tennessee Comptroller

Mayor Mason Emmit Gooden, the board of aldermen and the city are accusing Tennessee Treasury Comptroller Jason Mumpower of violating the Equal Protection Clause and exceeding his authority under state and federal laws as controller by his “illegal efforts” to take over the finances of the commune. The comptroller’s office declined to comment on the lawsuit, but has previously denied ...

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Tennessee Baseball’s Jordan Beck called for bat problem against Vanderbilt

NASHVILLE — Jordan Beck was called up after he homered with a bat that was apparently not approved for use in Tennessee Baseball vs. Vanderbilt Friday. The Vols outfielder homered to right field, putting UT ahead 1-0. The umpires gathered in the infield and examined the bat before calling Beck. Beck’s bat had a sticker on it saying it was ...

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Stretched consolidation near 0.7500 signals inventory adjustment

A prolonged consolidation near a five-month high indicates an adjustment in stocks. The 20 and 50 period flat EMAs signal lackluster movement. Aussie bulls can take control if the asset breaks above 0.7540. AUD/USD is witnessing an accelerated consolidation after hitting a yearly high of 0.7540. The Aussie bulls appear to be failing to hold above 0.7500 and have posted ...

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