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Broad Logic: Is Bredesen a lame duck or just lame?
Governor's bizarre sense of priorities seem to focus on glittery projects rather than monumetally moronic legislative efforts.
Post Politics: Spring Hill: Will it be political or strictly business
Spring Hill has the goods to get back in GM’s good graces, but political pressures are likely to torpedo its comebck bid.
Council members could outlaw guns in Davidson County parks
If state legislation to allow guns in parks is enacted, Metro Council members are prepared to respond by bringing forward legislation that would maintain the status quo in Davidson County.
State employees say Bredesen can avoid layoffs
Federal recovery dollars and 'Rainy Day' funds should be tapped first
Governor: $635M Recovery Act funds will help school budgets
Bredesen says funds help protect teacher jobs and provide boost to both K-12 and higher education
State will use tobacco settlement funds to support farmland preservation
Governor says more than $165,700 in private tobacco settlement funds will be used to support farmland preservation.
Temple Arts Festival to feature 50 handpicked artists
Check out what's happening around town including comedian Jeffrey Ross, cooking demonstrations by former
contestants, the Franklin Main Street Festival and more.
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