The first week of the 112th Tennessee General Assembly is on the books. Lawmakers debated and passed an agreement for TennCare’s block grant. But, what happens now? Also: an interview with Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn.
The 112th Tennessee General Assembly goes back into session on Tuesday — just days after FBI agents raided the homes and offices of three House GOP members. Also on this episode: an interview with Senate Speaker Randy McNally.
Over a million people in Tennessee have already voted early or by mail. But, many more are expected to cast their ballots this Tuesday. WPLN News shares some information for your might want to know for your vote to count.
Early voting started last week, and thousands of Tennesseans have already voted in person. But there are still WPLN listeners who want to vote absentee yet have concerns about it. So, reporters at WPLN News have been reading your questions regarding mail-in voting and have some new answers.
The lawsuits have gone mostly after the state’s requirements to apply and receive an absentee ballot, causing some confusion during the final stretch of the November presidential election. To clarify any doubts, here’s a breakdown of the status of the lawsuits and the rulings.
Recent court rulings have created a lot of confusion regarding who can request mail-in ballots and voting in general.
Crisis response from the pandemic to protests have given Gov. Lee the opportunity to show what he values and how he wants to lead Tennessee.
The special session for the Tennessee General Assembly has ended, but the controversy coming out of it is still going strong.
The August Primary Election is coming up this week and the Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate are in full attack mode.
Tennesseans won’t know the full economic effects of the pandemic for a while but its impact on the state budget is becoming clearer.