CoverTN suspending new-member enrollment

This change for CoverTN follows the October announcement that CoverKids, Tennessee’s health coverage program for uninsured children, will suspend enrollment on Nov. 30, also due to budget limitations. More

Bredesen, Cooper will tackle health care reform at Belmont

Belmont University is hosting a discussion on health care reform. More

Solid waste reform group to protest state board meeting

Fed up with what they term “badly flawed” solid waste regulations, groups will deliver letters of protest to governor, board and others. More

Bredesen vetoes menu labeling bill

Says proposal would have hampered state's ability to battle obesity 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

Budget battle continues on Capitol Hill

Elected officials from the Democratic and Republican parties have immersed themselves into a game of “he said, she said” concerning the budget. More

Bredesen helps kick off Teach Tennessee class

Governor says program's success has paved the way for certification changes for the state More

State introduces, seeks input on homelessness prevention program

A program designed to provide financial assistance and services to either prevent individuals and families from becoming homeless or to help those who are experiencing homelessness to be quickly re-housed and stabilized was announced Tuesday. 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
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