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Legislation calls for Medicaid block grant waiver to construct an innovative plan that better serves the needs of TennCare recipients

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.), April 18, 2019 – Major legislation calling for Tennessee’s Commissioner of Finance and Administration to request a block grant waiver from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to better serve recipients of the

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Tennessee Ranks High in Economic Outlook, New Study Says

FROM: The Tennessee Star – Tennessee ranks seventh out of 50 states in economic outlook, according to the 2019 edition of Rich States, Poor States, released this week. That’s an improvement over how Tennessee ranked in 2018 (No. 12)

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Early voting starts today for Brentwood election

FROM: Williamson Herald – Early voting started Wednesday, April 17 for the May 7 Brentwood municipal election.   Nine candidates are seeking election to four seats on the Brentwood City Commission. Candidates include Wyatt Rex Allen,

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Business community to gather for Outlook Williamson economic summit

FROM: Williamson Herald – A few hundred business and community leaders from around the region are expected to gather on April 24 for Outlook Williamson, a half-day economic summit featuring a deep dive into the Williamson County economy

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Local organizations accept Downtown Franklin Rotary Club donations

FROM: Williamson Herald – The Downtown Franklin Rotary Club – established in 2017 – presented checks of $7,500 each to My Friend’s House and Friends of Franklin Parks at its April 15 meeting.  The funds were dispersed from the

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Governor Lee signs tax repeal eliminating a 10% tax on smaller gyms

FROM: News Channel 5 – By: Kyle Horan – NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A 10-percent tax on boutique gyms and fitness studios was eliminated Monday afternoon by Governor Bill Lee and the state legislature. The Amusement Tax was a decades

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Williamson County GOP elects Omar Hamada as new chairman

FROM: Williamson Herald – More than 500 Republicans piled into the FiftyFoward Martin Center in Brentwood Saturday to be a part of the biennial Williamson County Republican Party’s reorganization and convention process, which includes

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Habitat High project finishes on time, despite issues with weather

FROM: Franklin Homepage – HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF WILLIAMSON-MAURY – On Saturday, April 13, Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury (HFHWM) dedicated its 19th Habitat High home to Jamesia Dowell and her five children,

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