Up for Debate: Haslam's State of the State

'The City Paper’ asks its readers to weigh in on an issue of the day  

Haslam proposes cutting 1,000 positions, paying for long-deferred education projects

State officials say ending 1,166 state jobs — only half of which are filled — is necessary More

Viewpoints: Bredesen signs off

Final State of the State address had governor thanking both those who helped and those who didn't More
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Governor proposes big cuts in State of the State

TennCare hardest hit by cuts  More
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Bredesen to offer grim State of the State

Deep spending cuts mark Bredesen’s final State of the State address More
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