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44 min ago | WTVF Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. The latest Vanderbilt poll suggests Tennesseans may not like the Affordable Care Act, but favor certain aspects of it such as expanding Medicaid.
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4 hrs ago | Chattanooga Times Free Press
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam poses for photographs on the steps of the Bledsoe County Courthouse on Wednesday after announcing grants for the county as well as for the city of Pikeville.
7 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
The Metro Nashville school district wants Gov. Bill Haslam and state lawmakers to adjust the state's school funding formula to adequately fund districts statewide.
11 hrs ago | The Tennessean
A proposed U.S.-European free-trade treaty -- known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP -- could boost Tennessee's exports by 35 percent and create up to 13,000 new jobs, the European Union's ambassador to the United States said Tuesday during a visit to Nashville.
15 hrs ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
The state has until Jan. 1 to agree to an expansion or forego the first $300 million in increased Medicaid funding for next year.
Senate District 22, Senator Mark Green, consists of Montgomery, Stewart, and Houston Counties.
The Metro Nashville school district has taken aim at the state's level of education funding, arguing that Davidson County has been shorted millions of dollars and setting the stage for what could be a broad-based assault on state funding levels by districts all over the state.
The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga will hold a free entrepreneur workshop for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners on Saturday, from 10 a.m.-noon, at the Urban League Office, 730 M.L. King Blvd., Chattanooga.
Tennessee's top agricultural leaders on Tuesday announced a 10-year strategic plan to increase agriculture and forestry in the state by building production capacity and incentivizing the private sector.
Once thought to be limited to a select few who might pursue a broad course of general studies or perhaps entry into a profession, higher education today increasingly is called on to prepare people for today's high-tech workplace.
Senate Districts 19, 20, and 21, plus a small portion of Senate District 18, consist of Davidson County/Metropolitan Nashville.
Many-Bears Grinder probably spends more time patiently, and graciously, explaining the origin of her name than the state commissioner's busy Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs calendar actually allows.
Nearly 10 months after announcing "A Third Way" or "Tennessee Plan" that would allow the state to accept Medicaid expansion money to provide health insurance for hundreds of thousands of Tennesseans, Governor Bill Haslam said he is sending a letter Monday to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius outlining what he would like to do ... (more)
On Tuesday December 3, 2013, the St. Bethlehem Civitan Club celebrated 60 years of service, dedication and contributions to the community as they celebrated their 60th anniversary.
An excellent op-ed in this morning's Tennessean by my friend and Vanderbilt colleague Dan Cornfield calls elected officials in Tennessee to account for their vocal opposition to unionization at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant.
Gov. Bill Haslam deserves commendation for his Tuesday announcement of a $625,007 grant to fund equipment at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Murfreesboro.