Haslam has ‘major problem' with changing U.S. Senate nominations

Asked whether Haslam's disapproval would equal a veto, the governor said 'I think it very strongly could be' More

Haslam to lawmakers wanting bigger voucher plan: Get your own bill

Brian Kelsey has targeted governor’s proposed plan in a Senate committee this week, looking to amend it   More

Capitol Hill targets Nashville, Memphis with charter authorizer bill

Legislation singles out counties with population of at least 600,000, exempting all but Nashville, Memphis More

Haslam challenges freshmen lawmakers to seek the 'right answer'

The governor offers crash course of advice for state House newcomers in Tuesday orientation   More

Rural lawmaker could complicate special session timetable

Bredesen officals seek to squash talk of tacking on elected school superintendents to education special session agenda More

Restaurateur ready to challenge ‘Guns in bars’

Suit asks for a temporary and permanent injunction to stop the law from taking effect on July 14. More

No movement Tuesday on state budget

most eventful action of the day came when the House took a half-hour recess to evacuate their chambers because of tornado warnings More

House ignores state Senate version of budget and passes their own

Reps restore funding to programs that had been cut by the governor. More

News analysis: Can ‘guns and alcohol’ legislation get past Bredesen?

Governor could sign, veto or allow measure to become law without his signature More

State Senate approves ban on text-messaging drivers

The state Senate on Thursday passed a measure that fines drivers for text messaging. More
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