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56 min ago | Metropulse.com
Since the Republicans gained control of the state Legislature, they have cut taxes each session and annual revenues to the state have been cut by an estimated $200 million, but they may face opposition from the governor if they want to cut taxes again.
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
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5 hrs ago | Metropulse.com
Tennessee's student achievement gains on this year's National Assessment of Educational Progress are so remarkable as to almost be amazing.
9 hrs ago | Metropulse.com
The only state Supreme Court justice to ever be turned out by a retention vote still thinks it's the best way to pick members of the high court.
13 hrs ago | Nashville Scene
The former Republican state representative announced Tuesday that he will be a candidate for his old state House seat in District 60 next year.
17 hrs ago | The Daily News Journal
Growth in Tennessee's economy is anchored by Rutherford County and creating a business friendly environment, Gov. Bill Haslam said Tuesday.
Rutherford County comprises all of Senate District 13, Senator Bill Ketron, and a portion of Senate District 14, Senator Jim Tracey.
The home-owned, home-operated "community banks" that dot today's business landscape are a priority of state financial advocates, a key member of Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's cabinet said Tuesday in Clarksville.
Governor Bill Haslam was in Murfreesboro on Tuesday. Prior to speaking at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon, he met with State Representative Dawn White during a breakfast event.
And for once for a political press release, that's not hyperbole. "This Christmas, Governor Haslam has the opportunity to give thousands of working men and women in Tennessee the best gift possible - longer and healthier lives," said Rep. Mike Turner, the state House's No.
I have heard the testimony of Lawrence McKinney several times, read your article in the paper and your editorial in "Our View" in the Nov. 29 paper.
Still, it may not be the end of trouble for Knoxville-based Pilot Flying J. Pilot, one of the nation's largest private companies, with annual revenue of about $30 billion, has been reeling since federal agents raided its headquarters on April 15. The FBI's affidavit stated the company's top sales executives conspired to secretly reduce the rebates ... (more)
I want to focus on the part Laurie Cardoza-Moore is playing. As you may recall, Cardoza-Moore is behind the opposition to the Murfreesboro mosque .
Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam Monday opened the Tennessee Residence for the third annual "Tennessee's Home for the Holidays" open house, an event inviting all Tennesseans to tour the holiday decorations at the executive residence during the first two weeks in December.
Rural hospitals in Tennessee have been laying off workers and cutting services "to the bone" thanks to our Republican supermajority's refusal to expand Medicaid under Obamacare.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has a new mobile app that allows users to take along the latest agency info whenever they go.
Governor Bill Haslam's public events this week include holiday events plus an annual remembrance of homicide victims.
Haslam raised exemptions from the Hall income tax on investments and approved plans to phase out the inheritance and gift taxes in 2012 and 2013, arguing these cuts would attract investors into the state, especially retirees.