Lawmakers in the General Assembly hope to have their session wrapped up by tonight. Last week was supposed to be the end of the line, but a provision in the state budget that would close a youth detention center led to a mini rebellion among Democrats and rank and file Republicans. It was a fight that exposed division between the two houses in the legislature and among Republican lawmakers. Joe Whilte talks about end of the session tensions with WPLN’s Bradley George.
By: Bradley George
Bradley George is WPLN's Morning Edition host. He covers a wide range of stories, from local history to the electric vehicle market. A native of North Carolina, he worked at radio stations there and in Alabama before arriving in Nashville in 2011.
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