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

Governor proposes big cuts in State of the State

TennCare hardest hit by cuts  More

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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