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Target Nashville: State’s political divide leads to more legislation aimed at capital city
Some say conflict has Republican majorities trying to dismantle one of state’s last institutions of Democratic power
Haslam to lawmakers wanting bigger voucher plan: Get your own bill
Brian Kelsey has targeted governor’s proposed plan in a Senate committee this week, looking to amend it
Governor: Voucher program ‘should work all across the state’
Haslam administration has not yet decided whether to propose their own voucher program
Haslam challenges freshmen lawmakers to seek the 'right answer'
The governor offers crash course of advice for state House newcomers in Tuesday orientation
Council's Maynard pens book amid speculation on mayoral run
Councilman says non-voters' message to local officials is: 'electing you does not change or improve my quality of life'
Craddock cites financial woes, withdraws from mayoral race
Unable to raise needed cash, council member gives in to 'harsh reality of politics'
Poll: Most Tennesseans disapprove of Obama
Respondents reflect big shift in public opinion over the last year
Democrat Kyle drops out of governor's race
Cites difficulties of campaigning during legislative session, says he will return money
Opinion: Key to good politics? Good communication
If members of Congress want to be effective, they need to master the ability to communicate
State roundup: Random House to publish Ford Jr. memoirs
Also: Cookeville moves forward with business park, Memphis mayor exploring Congressional run, Regal threatenes 3-D boycott, and more...
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