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The Aldermen of the City of Pulaski have voted to recognize the Juneteenth Celebration which is held annually on June 19, to recognize the final freeing of slavery in America.

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Last week marked Memorial Day and the end of Military Appreciation Month. But here in Tennessee, showing our gratitude to our servicemembers and their families isn’t something we do just once a year. It’s part of our way of life.

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The once-rummaged shelves at grocery stores are full once more, but for parents stocking up on snacks and summer cookout supplies, something still looks wrong. Prices are on the rise.

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The Patient Access Choice and Transparency Act, legislation prioritizing patient-centered care by making certain reforms to how Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) operate in Tennessee, was approved by the House and Senate this year.

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On Monday, May 31, we celebrate Memorial Day. A solemn time for our nation when we pause to reflect and honor the memory of those departed who have served our country in the uniforms of our armed forces.

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When your employer gives you a 4 percent raise, you can easily calculate the dollar amount of the raise by taking your hourly wage or annual salary and multiplying it by the raise percentage. That is the case unless you are a teacher.  

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Mental Health Month is celebrated every May as a time to help eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness and provide resources for continued education and support. This May, I want to stop and take a look at the current state of mental health as a result of the pandemic. It is appar…

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The state budget led a host of important bills that were approved during the week of April 26 as lawmakers prepare to close the 2021 legislative session. The General Assembly, which is looking to adjourn the week of May 3, has completed the vast majority of its business with most of the rema…

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