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Gov. Lee rejects Metro Mayor Cooper's request for $82.6M additional coronavirus relief funding

Video Credit: NewsChannel 5 Nashville - Duration: 01:27s - Published
Gov. Lee rejects Metro Mayor Cooper's request for $82.6M additional coronavirus relief funding

Gov. Lee rejects Metro Mayor Cooper's request for $82.6M additional coronavirus relief funding

Gov.

Bill Lee has rejected a request from Metro Nashville Mayor John Cooper for an additional $82.6 million in coronavirus relief funding for the county.

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