After weeks of partisan fighting, state lawmakers finally passed a budget last week. Instead of opting for Governor Phil Bredesen’s proposal to raise taxes, legislators made cuts and dipped into Tennessee’s rainy day fund. WPLN’s Jacqueline Fellows and Joe White explain what to expect when the state’s fiscal year starts July 1.
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