Rep. Dunn says he'll support expanded voucher bill, if advocates deliver votes

Bill is up for debate Tuesday in House Education Subcommittee, where Dunn expects 'a favorable hearing' More

Haslam rejects federal partnership in running insurance exchange

Haslam decided in December the state would not run the health insurance exchange on its own More
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Latest state fair wrangling has echoes of Metro vs. State again.

Metro says state's new fair board releases them from obligation to hold the State Fair, pushes for better deal on money-losing event More

Up for Debate: Haslam avoids deposition

'The City Paper' asks readers to weigh in on an issue of the day More

Haslam avoids Occupy deposition, but AG contradicts Gov.'s public statement

Safety and General Services commissioners will each be subject to four hours of deposition More

Haslam promises Medicaid expansion decision by end of legislative session

Move could stifle plans by some GOP legislators lining up to ban governor from expanding to program   More

DCS Commissioner O'Day resigns

Jim Henry, of the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, will fill in temporarily More

Haslam: No decision yet on Medicaid expansion

With a large portion of the budget devoted to Tenncare, Haslams still studying options before accepting federal funds More

At school safety summit, Haslam says armed teachers not likely

Governor speaks to education, law and mental health officials in Franklin to discuss plans to beef up school security More

Haslam proposes $32B budget calling for school vouchers, job cuts, tax cuts

Plan includes reducing grocery tax to 5% from 5.25%, which amounts to saving 25 cents for every $100 More
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