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Perkins Cancels Anti-tax Vote

NASHVILLE, TN – Chancellor Russell Perkins ordered the Davidson County Election Commission to cancel the anti-tax referendum election on July 27, 2021. Perkins’ 42-page decision quotes case law and Tennessee’s doctrine of elision and made […]

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NOAH Calls for a Moral Budget

NASHVILLE, TN –Nashville Organized for Action and Hope (NOAH), the faith-based community action group, wants Mayor John Cooper and the Metro Council to “choose right over wrong, justice over injustice, and prosperity over poverty.” That’s […]

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Tennessee Legislature Goes into Recess

NASHVILLE, TN – Republicans celebrated the recess of the 112th General Assembly last week. They passed much of Governor Lee’s political agenda. Some of that was mean-spirited, like cutting unemployment benefits in half; some was […]

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University of South Carolina Trustees Name Upstate Chancellor; Former Nashvillian, Dr. Bennie Harris

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Former prominent Nashvillian, Dr. Bennie Harris,  will become the first African-American to serve as the Upstate chancellor  at South Carolina’s famous flagship university. As the first African American professor at the University of South Carolina (USC), Richard T. […]