Gov. Bill Lee Launches New Partnership to Combat Human Trafficking

The State of Tennessee is partnering with multiple organizations to help combat human trafficking, Governor Bill Lee announced on Thursday.

According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s project, ItHasToStop.com, this form of modern-day slavery is one of the fastest growing crimes throughout the state and country as a whole. Further, cases of human trafficking have been reported in every county in Tennessee.

“I’m excited to invest in and partner with these remarkable organizations that are at the forefront of this important fight. Human trafficking has no place in our state, and I’m proud to support our law enforcement and non-profit partners,” Governor Lee said.

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Tim Tebow: ‘Getting Better Every Week’ With Columbia Fireflies in Class A Minor League Baseball

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow says he is “getting better every week” in his transition to a minor league baseball player for the New York Mets’ Class A affiliate. The 29-year-old Tebow continues to have ups and downs, hitting .231 with two home runs and nine RBIs through 22 games…

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