Tennessee’s governor laid out a budget proposal last night that’s primarily filled with moderate investments here and there. Most of the state’s added revenue will be taken up by rising costs in health care and education. But Governor Bill Haslam did propose a small raise for state workers and an injection of cash for the Rainy Day fund.Read more ›
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When Governor Bill Haslam presents his State of the State address tonight, he’ll outline a budget for next year that includes a pay hike for state employees. But if Haslam also gets new civil service rules approved this year, it might be the last across-the board increase for workers.Read more ›
The Tennessee State Employee Association asked Governor Phil Bredesen Tuesday to cut their bonus in his recommended budget as a way to save jobs. Bredesen said no.Read more ›
Governor Phil Bredesen outlined more than one thousand state employee layoffs in Tuesday night’s budget address.Read more ›
Governor Phil Bredesen says he’s planning layoffs of some state employees, but won’t reveal the exact number until his state budget address Monday night.Read more ›