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Our Question of the Week asked readers how they believe civics should be taught to our state’s children. Here are some of the responses we received.
In this collection of Letters to the Forum, our readers share their thoughts on Tennessee’s new distracted driving law, the simmering 2020 presidential race and greenhouse gas emissions.
Brianna Mason smashed headlong through a 81-year-old barrier last weekend, becoming the first black woman ever crowned Miss Tennessee, and we as East Tennesseans could not be more proud.
We asked our readers how they think Congress should handle surprise medical billing and health care costs. Here are some of the responses we received.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers share opinions on driving too closely, the national debt and some paranormal experiences.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers question Rep. Matthew Hill’s Speaker candidacy, prepare for the upcoming election season and call for humane treatment for detained children.
This week’s Supreme Court decision striking down Tennessee’s in-state residency requirements for retail liquor license holders was a win for consumers.
Two of our readers named John share their thoughts on immigration policies and wild land conservation.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers give dads a hand, worry about drownings in Founders Park and complain about driving too closely.
Reducing the over-prescription of powerful and addictive prescription narcotics is a step in the right direction, but it doesn’t mean our struggle against this epidemic is over.
Our readers share their thoughts on Medicaid expansion in Tennessee, national deficits and the John Sevier project.