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The state of Tennessee is suing Hardaway Construction Corp. and its insurers over a fire that damaged the newly reopened John Sevier Building last year.

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The Build Back Better Act, a sweeping $1.9 trillion bill aimed at improving the United States' social safety nets, saw the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Thursday conclude that the bill would increase the country's deficit by $367 billion over a 10-year period.

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End Slavery Tennessee held a community program, Technology, Trafficking and Teens, at the Brentwood Library on Wednesday evening, offering parents and teens information and resources to protect against the threat of human trafficking.

Tennessee emerged as the winner in a nationwide scramble to attract more than $5.6 billion in investment from Ford Motor Co. and SK Innovation, a South Korean battery maker, to manufacture electric vehicles and batteries on a tract of land 40 miles northeast of downtown Memphis.

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The company plans to accomplish this by way of a future location to open on the second story of 99 East Main Street downtown with 16,700 square feet above Salons By JC and others.

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State Rep. Glen Casada, who represents eastern Williamson County, announced on Wednesday that he would not seek re-election in 2022, marking the end of his almost 20-year career in the state legislature.

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The Governor’s Council for Judicial Appointments is now accepting applications for the Tennessee Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Cornelia Clark.

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To commemorate Veterans Day, Blood Assurance will salute the nation’s heroes this upcoming week by donating money to The Blood Center of America’s Special Forces Wounded Warrior Fund (SFWWF).