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On March 11th, hundreds of union members and other progressive Tennesseans rallied on the steps of the State Capitol in Nashville, then marched en masse into the Capitol and to the governor's office to demand that the government of the State of Tennessee put people before profits.
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A bill to be discussed in a Senate sub-committee on Wednesday would begin a study into a monorail system for Middle Tennessee.
Governor Bill Haslam said Tuesday "some progress" has been made in the state's effort to use federal Medicaid expansion money from Obamacare to help buy uninsured Tennesseans health insurance.
Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker along with Senators Jeff Flake , John McCain and a bipartisan group of senators, introduced legislation today to reimburse states for funds used to reopen national parks while the federal government was shut down last October.
A Morgan County woman who desperately needs health care is frustrated after finding out the Affordable Care Act is not going to help the "poorest of the poor" in Tennessee.
Jesus wept today. The sad fact of the matter is that too many people misuse Jesus' teaching to justify all sorts of moral turpitude.
A bill to be heard Wednesday by a Senate sub-committee wouldrequire a warning label on all Tennessee Lottery advertisements.
Jairo Robles didn't even bother applying to the University of Tennessee system after graduating from Nashville's McGavock High School in 2008.
Tennesseans are ahead of the game when it comes to filing their taxes electronically in 2014.
A proposal to have the state take over regulation of coal mining in Tennessee from the federal government, scheduled for its first legislative hearing this week, faces criticism as a drain on state financial resources and a weakening of environmental regulations.
Tomorrow Tennessee progressives and people of good will and movement organizations will march on their state Capitol in Nashville in a very broad based demand for living wages, a broadening democracy, and better public schools.
Some hikes will be approximately one mile in length and tailored for novice hikers, while others are lengthier and geared toward more experienced hikers.
Parents and teachers across Tennessee are watching closely as major changes could be on the way for the state Board of Education.
One person was killed and several others injured in a two-car crash early Sunday that sent both vehicles careening down an embankment off Tenn.
The choice isn't nursing home or nothing anymore. For decades, Tennessee spent nearly every Medicaid long-term care dollar on nursing home care -- even when people wanted services in their own homes that would have cost the state less.