Legislative Scorecard: Haslam Still Gets Most Of What He Wants, But Increasingly With A Fight

Governor Haslam and legislative leaders speak to the media at the end of the 2014 session. Image: TN Photo Services/Flickr

Governor Haslam and legislative leaders speak to the media at the end of the 2014 session. Image: TN Photo Services/Flickr

WPLN’s Bradley George talks winners and losers with Andrea Zelinski, reporter for the Nashville Post and Nashville Scene.

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After meeting for 14 weeks and passing hundreds of bills, the Tennessee General Assembly is done for the year. Lawmakers spent time on Governor Bill Haslam’s agenda, which included limits on pseudoephedrine sales and free community college for high school graduates. But lawmakers had their priorities, too. And sometimes, the Governor and the Legislature clashed.
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