Month: June 2011

There it is, then. Too many bills.

“Hey, can I, can I tell you one thing? That’s three holding penalties on one football team in a quarter and a half. (Pauses) That ain’t funny.” — Bum Phillips, to a football official. Jeff Woods reports that Gov. Bill

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Tea Party, once icy, now sweet on Corker

Corker unlikely to face serious opposition from left or right A story by Jeff Woods in the Nashville City Paper says the Tea Party’s attacks on U.S. Sen. Bob Corker have diminished due to “Corker’s outrage over federal spending and

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Fleischmann frowns at jobs report

From the inbox: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Chuck Fleischmann commented on the May jobs report released by the U.S. Department of Labor today. “Today’s report showing an increase in the unemployment rate, and almost 75,000 fewer jobs being added than

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Not just a bill anymore

Chas Sisk has posted a complete list of bills signed into law by Governor Bill Haslam on the Tennessean’s In Session blog.

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