VW’s 1,550 workers in Chattanooga will vote through a secret ballot later this week.
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A deal on wine in supermarkets is still working its way through the state Senate, but the House has been silent since a narrow committee vote killed the bill two weeks ago.
The Tennessee House and Senate have passed conflicting bills regarding what is a valid photo ID for voting. Monday night the House rejected the use of college IDs.
Previous naysayers are coming around to the idea of expanding TennCare. Even while criticizing the Affordable Care Act, they say pulling more poor people into the state’s Medicaid program could have some upsides.
A funny thing happened when the General Assembly passed new voting districts for the state last week. Lawmakers lost a whole county.
Tennessee lawmakers have unveiled a new system of checks and balances on industries that trade promises of jobs for tax breaks.
The speaker of the Tennessee House broke a tie (today/yesterday) to help move a bill that would change the collective bargaining rights of the state teachers’ union.
The state House of Representatives has turned down a resolution honoring Ronald Reagan. Republicans refused to vote on the measure, which honored Reagan’s support of labor unions.
The speaker of the Tennessee House of Representatives invoked a rarely used privilege in a subcommittee Wednesday to assure the passage of an anti-collective bargaining bill. House Speaker Beth Harwell was the seventh vote to get the measure past a six-six tie in the House Finance Subcommittee.
House Republicans have backed off of stripping Tennessee teachers of their collective bargaining rights. WPLN’s Jacqueline Fellows and Joe White explain the newest proposal.
Democrats and Republicans squared off on Tennessee’s Capitol Hill today over the action of a Benton County election administrator who challenged more than two-thousand voter registration forms.
Tennessee soldiers who are deployed overseas will have an easier time voting during the next election.