Ramsey and Harwell’s tug-of-war proves enough to slow supermajority power

Republicans shrug off intraparty battles as part of good governance, but could the friction be here to stay?   More

With deadline looming, Haslam weighs state’s role in Obamacare

GOP majorities stuck between not wanting to have anything to do with Obamacare and local control of program More

Some see possible state amendments as unnecessary

Critics of proposed amendments, which would head for a vote in 2014, say they're just meant to rouse GOP’s base More

Amazon deal — despite troubling state leaders — is jump-started

With Tennessee annually losing $3.6B due to sales tax loopholes, e-commerce retailer's no-sales-tax approach creates concern More

State, Amazon discuss Internet retailer collecting sales taxes

Legislator expects agreement to be reached by next year’s legislative session More

House creates Republican Caucus Firearms Issues Task Force

Moves follows gun enthusiasts' contention that Republicans failed to expand Second Amendment rights during past legislative session More

House rep ends effort to compel Amazon to collect sales taxes

Sargent says he will revisit issue in 2012 More

In symbolic vote, state Senate opts to join health care compacts

Tea Party-backed legislation would enable state to consider how to spend federal money dedicated to Medicare and Medicaid  More

Republicans, business community at odds over state’s role in immigration reform

Longtime partners on various issues are now mired in heated debate More
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