In 2019 Tennesseans saw a lot of “news” from the state Capitol.
A new governor, two new speakers of the House of Representatives, and the state’s first ever school voucher law.
Tennessee lawmakers are asking the president to approve disaster relief funding for 10 counties affected by a tropical storm in October.
Sens. Lamar Alexander and Marsha Blackburn and Rep. Mark Green sent the letter Monday, a week after the governor requested FEMA money to deal with nearly $22 million dollars worth of damages.