Senate approves bill to change injured workers' fund

Legislation that seeks to change how injured workers' claims are considered passes Senate More

Herron brings experience, baggage in fight to lead state Dems

Candidates for state Democratic Party chair also include Dave Garrison, Wade Munday, Jane Hampton Bowen More

Gun advocates still pushing for expanded access to firearms

Despite deaths in Newtown, some Tennessee lawmakers say solution to problem is more guns, not less More

House Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh ponders run in 2014 governor race

Sources close to Fitzhugh say Ripley Democrat is planning to put his name on ballot for state’s top job   More

Appeals court upholds voter ID law, drawing mixed reaction

Decision overturns lower court’s decision on validity of library cards but upholds decision on constitutionality    More

Weekly Obsession: Barn living is the life for me

Why is a Republican state House candidate living in a barn when he owns a million-dollar mansion?   More

Register hammered over union policy, doesn't plan to retreat

School board also votes to increase number of Teach For America teachers More

Senate committee passes new guns-in-bars bill

Plus: House committee passes anti-health reform provision; medical marijuana bill may get study More

Democratic leader under fire for accusing Republicans of racism

Lieutenant governor, others push bill to opt out of federal health care mandate, draw ire of some Dems  More

State legislator says she plans to introduce 'nullification' bill

The latest battle cry of the tea party movement — nullification! — is catching on in Tennessee, according to one conservative state lawmaker. More
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