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1. Hospitality Industry Struggling to Find Workers -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The hospitality industry in Nashville is facing an unexpected problem as it grows — finding enough qualified applicants to fill the number of open positions.

2. Bill Seeks to Clarify Tenn. Law on Guns in Bars -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The sponsor of legislation that seeks to clarify a Tennessee law allowing people with handgun permits to be armed in bars and restaurants that serve alcohol is hoping to satisfy a judge's ruling against the law.

3. Survey Shows Many Restaurants Plan to Ban Guns -

Many Tennessee restaurant owners don’t want guns in their businesses. They also don’t want to have to post signs banning them, fearing such signs will hurt business.

A law that took effect July 14 allows handgun permit holders to take weapons into bars and restaurants in which no more than 50 percent of the proceeds go to alcohol. Owners can opt out of the law by posting a sign.

4. $4.8 Million Workers’ Comp Bill Looms Over Restaurant Owners -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Restaurant owners across the state may have to pay thousands each to shore up a workers' compensation fund that the state says was mismanaged.

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is suing Ronnie Hart, the president and chief executive of the Tennessee Restaurant Association. Among other things, the suit claims Hart received excessive fees for running the group's workers' compensation fund.