There’s been a growing willingness to employ people with an addiction amid a labor shortage.
Democrats in the Tennessee legislature are a superminority. This means that most of their proposals will not become law.
But that hasn’t stopped them from pushing Gov. Bill Lee on certain issues such as education.
Few days have gone by lately without new information about the future of Nashville’s pro soccer stadium, as well as other changes at the Nashville Fairgrounds.
To catch you up on the most recent developments, here are the latest updates on six key storylines going on at the Fairgrounds:
Newly unsealed court documents show why the federal government was investigating Cookeville Regional Medical Center for paying physician kickbacks. While admitting no wrongdoing, the city-owned hospital agreed to pay the federal government $4.1 million in December as part of a whistleblower lawsuit, filed by a former hospital executive.
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Tennessee employers are grappling with how to hire and manage workers with an opioid addiction. There’s been a growing willingness to employ people with an addiction amid a labor shortage.