State's top three Republicans revel in major legislative victories

With wins — or despite them — some wonder whether party can withstand ideological divisions More

Dean, Haslam see no boycott after state nullifies Metro anti-gay bias law

Mayor feels Nashville will be perceived as inclusive More

House approves tort reform; Haslam ready to sign bill

Legislation places $750,000 cap on most so-called noneconomic damages More

Haslam firm in decision to not extend unemployment benefits

Benefits have run out for 28,000 Tennesseans More

Dean tabs Wiltshire as economic and community development director

Veteran Avondale Partners pro brings varied background to mayor's office More

State Democratic Party chair criticizes Haslam for waiting to extend unemployment benefits

Forrester says livelihood of nearly 30,000 state residents 'on the line'  More

State Senate votes to nullify Metro's anti-gay bias ordinance

Republicans cast bill as aiding state's economy by prohibiting conflicting regulations in Tennessee's cities More

State Senate adopts tort reform with Republican majority vote

Haslam-driven bill places $750,000 limit on most so-called noneconomic damages More

House votes to renew tax on hospitals to avert TennCare cuts

Haslam's state budget recommendation assumes legislature will adopt more than $400M in hospital fees More

Weekly Obsession: Lexicographical mashup

Does Jobs4TN send theRghtMsg? More
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