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4/27/2019: In Brief…

Senator Bill Powers Takes Oath of Office – Newly-elected State Senator Bill Powers (R-Clarksville) took the oath of office this week, beginning his tenure representing Tennessee’s 22nd Senate District.  The oath was administered by

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Senate approves Pilot Education Savings Account legislation providing choice to parents of low income students in the state’s lowest performing schools

The Senate gave final approval to legislation establishing a Pilot Education Savings Account (ESA) program to serve low-income students zoned to public schools in Metro Nashville, Shelby County and the state’s Achievement School District

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Senate approves Human Life Protection Act to protect the life of unborn children

The full Senate voted 26 to 5 on Monday evening to strengthen Tennessee’s pro-life stance with approval of the Human Life Protection Act.  Senate Bill 1257 would proactively trigger the restoration of Tennessee’s abortion laws prior to the

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Legislation aiding healthcare consumers advances in Tennessee Senate

Several bills aiding healthcare consumers advanced in the State Senate this week, including the Tennessee Right to Shop Act, a consumer-driven program which provides patients with more transparency regarding the costs of healthcare services in

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State Senators approve key bills in preparation to adjourn 2019 legislative session

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.), April 25, 2019 – As the Tennessee General Assembly prepared to enter the final stretch of the 2019 legislative session, state senators acted on a wide variety of important bills this week.  These include the state

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Renaissance High Wins at First Statewide SkillsUSA Competition

FROM: Williamson Source – Renaissance High’s first showing at the Statewide SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference was a huge success. The conference, held in Chattanooga March 31 through April 1, brought students from around the state

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Ravenwood High Helps Dreams Come True

FROM: Williamson Source – Ravenwood students surprise a four-year-old girl and help her dream come true through the Make-A-Wish foundation. From WCS inFocus

Franklin, Williamson County form partnership and break ground on Franklin Fire Station 7

FROM: Franklin Homepage – By JOHN McBRYDE – Beneath a bright blue sky and nestled against the brown of an ongoing excavation project, city of Franklin and Williamson County officials came together for a groundbreaking ceremony for

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