Analysis of lawmaker expenses killed in House

Curry Todd moves to delay consideration of measure until after Legislature adjourns next year More

Haslam has ‘major problem' with changing U.S. Senate nominations

Asked whether Haslam's disapproval would equal a veto, the governor said 'I think it very strongly could be' More

State Senate, House at impasse over what IDs to allow at polls

Unless one chamber submits, lawmakers could be headed to showdown in a 'conference committee' More

Legislature passes bill to standardize concussion policy in children's athletics

Bill aims at schools and community sports that don’t already follow TSSAA’s concussion guidelines More

Backpage: The cats in the hats on the Hill

Members of the General Assembly's House education committee read Dr. Seuss stories to visiting children More

Wine-in-groceries bill killed in House committee, could resurface

Before House speaker could cast deciding vote decision fell 8-7 in House Local Government Committee More

Voters to decide in 2014 how state's high court judges are selected

Amendment on ballot would change Constitution to allow method that mirrors federal government's practice   More

Showdown over vouchers looms as some GOPers push for greater availability

Sen. Brian Kelsey, champion for school vouchers for years, is one leading pack for more robust voucher system   More

Rep. Carr skipped guns-in-trunks vote in favor of Franklin fundraiser

Lascassas Republican hopes to succeed GOP Congressman Scott DesJarlias in 2014 election More

Burch: March madness, Tennessee style

State lawmakers never seem to pass up opportunity to quickly sign more sheer stupidity into law More
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