Tennessee’s Attorney General Will Appeal Recent Federal Court Ruling that Blocked Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Order 84

Tennessee's Attorney General Herbert Slatery says his office will appeal the recent federal court decisions that blocked Governor Bill Lee's order allowing families to opt out of school mask mandates. Slatery says he would only appeal two out of the three lawsuits filed by families and advocates who are opposed to the Governor's latest executive order. 
To date, federal judges have blocked the order from being implemented in Knox, Shelby and Williamson counties. Slatery's office didn't immediately respond to questions why he was not pursuing a similar effort in Williamson County. Lee's order remains in effect until October 5. The governor has not said if he'll extend it.

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Community Change Foundation Golf Tournament

Community Change Foundation Golf Tournament

Community Change Foundation,
previously Community Change Tennessee, will be hosting their annual golf tournament fundraiser on Saturday, October 30th, 2021 with tee off starting at 9:00 AM. The tournament will take place at Three Ridges Golf Course, located at 6101 Wise Springs Road.

Community Change Foundation Golf Tournament

Community Change Foundation Golf Tournament

Community Change Foundation,
previously Community Change Tennessee, will be hosting their annual golf tournament fundraiser on Saturday, October 30th, 2021 with tee off starting at 9:00 AM. The tournament will take place at Three Ridges Golf Course, located at 6101 Wise Springs Road.

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Dogwood Arts Bazillion Blooms

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