(The Center Square) – State and local governments could have more leeway in reporting the components of their balance sheets, based on a proposal under review. Critics, however, say, it could to lead to a less-than-accurate depiction of an entity’s financial situation.
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The amendment was written by the Tennessee Hospital Association, which wanted government-owned hospitals to have the authority to mandate vaccines for employees who deal with patients.
A Johnson County legislator has filed a bill that he says will make sure the constitutional right to bear arms is protected in Tennessee.
Washington County commissioners are set to join other county leaders in Tennessee in voicing opposition to a bill that would require local governments to pay for the right-of-way of roadways near new subdivisions.
Saving for their children’s college education is one of the biggest financial goals of most parents. The cost of tuition and room and board ha…
The FBI last month arrested Gang Chen, a well-known MIT nanotechnologist, and charged the China-born naturalized American with concealing close and lucrative connections to China's scientific and technological establishment on his applications for federal research grants.
The Rebuild Rural Coalition in late January asked for President Joe Biden’s support in rebuilding rural America’s infrastructure. In a letter to Biden the coalition cited needed improvements in roads, bridges, locks and dams. But it also cited rural-broadband access as greatly needing improvement. The coalition of 250 groups acknowledged that federal resources alone can’t solve the country’s infrastructure problems.
(The Center Square) – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee proposed a $41.8 billion budget Monday night in his third State of the State address, touting his administration’s commitment to personal freedoms and local control throughout a year shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic.