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Nashville is the capital of Tennessee, and is the second-most populous city in the state. Nashville, affectionately known as the “home of country music,” is renowned for its music industry and vibrant nightlife, including the famous Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium. Many of the Country’s largest record labels, as well as smaller independent labels, have built offices in Nashville, and Nashville’s music industry is the second largest in the US, after New York.
Nashville’s diverse economy is fueled not only by the music industry, but also by more than 250 health care corporations, including the largest private operator of hospitals in the world, Hospital Corporation of America. Nashville’s banking and publishing industries are also strong, and Nashville’s automobile industry is growing quickly. Furthermore, over 3,000 lawyers practice law in Nashville.
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Nashville lawyers practice in a large number of fields, including criminal defense law, personal bankruptcy law, real estate law, and family law. Recently, pastors across the US violated tax laws by endorsing presidential candidates during their sermons. Pastors took such actions despite the fact that they may have jeopardized their religious institutions’ tax-exempt status, and, according to a national survey conducted by Nashville-based LifeWay Research, most Americans would prefer that pastors avoid political endorsements.
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