Senate overrides Bredesen veto on dietary information

Vote will keep local agencies from requiring chain restaurants to post dietary information on menus  More

Tennessee captures more green business

Solar power company bringing 250 new jobs to the state More

Legislature ties higher-ed funding to graduation rates

Bill goes to Gov. Bredesen for signing  More

State makes bid for federal education funding

Governor asks for more than $500 million from ‘Race to the Top’ program More

Education reform one step closer to the 'Top'

 House, Senate pass Bredesen education reform agenda More

Special Session: Education reform clears another hurdle

 Gov. Bredesen's education reform agenda takes a leap forward in committees  More

Legislators begin their leg of 'Race to the Top' today

Special legislative session designed to secure state’s place in line for federal funds More

State gets $1.2M to boost higher education productivity

The grant, which comes amid budget shortfalls and rising college enrollments, is one of seven awarded nationally. More

Bredesen previews possible budget cuts

Governor muses that perhaps health departments can exit primary-care role; also says he will call special session on workers' comp if all sides agree More

Dean gives some Fairgrounds events an additional six months

The mayor did ask the board to adhere to his decision to cease racetrack operations and his wishes not to conduct a State Fair on the site in 2010. More
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