Knox County Schools Hire a Lobbyist – Where Is The Money Coming From?

This article in today’s Knoxville News-Sentinel indicate that the Knox County School Board Chair Karen Carson and Interim Superintendent Roy Mullins have signed a letter joining the four other large school district’s in the State in engaging the services of a lobbyist. The School district has not disclosed how much these services are costing the taxpayers.

Knox County’s general government already have a lobbyist. Why couldn’t the School district use the lobbyist already engaged?

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