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Pols react to Supreme Court ruling on healthcare law

Gov. Bill Haslam: We will review the entire Supreme Court’s opinion to fully understand its impact on the State of Tennessee. From initial reports, it appears the individual mandate has been ruled Constitutional and has been upheld. My primary issues

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Highlight reel for Friday, Feb. 17

Here is your week in Tennessee and Chattanooga politics, going back to last Friday. Weston Wamp unveiled his campaign slogan and a seven-point policy platform at Monday’s Pachyderm Club meeting. Coach Zach was on-hand. Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield won a

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Who will evaluate the evaluations?

As announced by Gov. Bill Haslam today, SCORE, the organization founded by former U.S. Sen. Bill Frist, and headed by former state Sen. Jamie Woodson, has been asked to conduct a formal assessment of the teacher evaluation process that was

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Haslam submits visual timesheet

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s communications staff on Monday released a content-rich timeline depicting the governor’s first year in office. I could have missed them, but I didn’t see the Occupy Nashville arrests, nor the subsequent apology for same, among the

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Occupied and storified

[View the story “Most everybody else v. Haslam” on Storify]

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