Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander is jumping on the school choice bandwagon. He wants to give low-income parents $2,100 dollars a year in federal money to spend on their child’s education.
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Both of Tennessee’s Republican Senators say they’re against extended long-term unemployment benefits that expired just before the new year, but the two oppose the measure for different reasons.
Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander is facing pressure from conservative activists as he runs for re-election. But the senator says he’s not like his outspoken Tea Party colleague from Texas.
The 30 second spot features State Rep. Joe Carr standing in front of a dam, telling viewers that conservatives “fought the good fight” trying to defund ObamaCare.
Senator Lamar Alexander will face at least one challenger in next year’s Republican Primary. Rutherford County State Rep. Joe Carr announced his candidacy today.
The Nashville Tea Party wants someone to take on Senator Lamar Alexander. The group sent out an email to its members this morning, asking them to sign a petition in support of a Republican primary challenger.
The Tennessean Republican says two members of the NLRB should resign immediately, after a court ruling found their appointment unconstitutional.
Senator Lamar Alexander says he’s ready to throw his weight behind President Obama’s debt reduction commission, which first made its recommendations more than year ago. Another member of Tennessee’s congressional delegation tried the same thing and failed by a landslide.
As the Pentagon prepares for deep budget cuts Tennessee is getting some good news from Air Force officials, but spending cuts could still be coming down the pike for the state’s military installations.
Tennessee’s Senators joined their Republican colleagues in blocking President Obama’s 400 billion dollar jobs bill. Last night, the bill failed to get the 60 votes needed to continue in the Senate.
The bill to ratify the arms reduction treaty with Russia is stalled out in Congress over concerns it doesn’t do enough to update American nuclear facilities.
President Barack Obama’s new Afghan war drew a wary reaction from Tennessee Republican Senator Lamar Alexander, who says the President has more work ahead of him to rally bipartisan support.