John’s Commentary

Future Infrastructure Needs

In the early 1850s, cities increasingly realized that clean water and the treatment of waste water were public health issues best overseen by government.  By ensuring clean water, many health issues were addressed that made society work more efficiently, and many deaths were prevented.   Government...

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Adapting to a changing world

Middle Tennessee and the world are constantly changing.  We will face many new challenges and opportunities in District 78 as our region develops and shifts.  Examples include, new technology, increasing population (approximately 100 daily moving into our region), new cultures assimilating, and a shifting climate. ...

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Partisanship

With 80 days until election, it has been an honor to be a part of this campaign.  So far, we have knocked on over 5,000 doors and made 2,000 phone calls.  And, I knew I would meet some caring, good citizens, but am touched by...

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