In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and its associated economic crisis, the Tennessee General Assembly passed a revised spending plan early Friday that implements deep cuts to save more than $1 billion.
VW’s 1,550 workers in Chattanooga will vote through a secret ballot later this week.
Governor Bill Haslam had a big announcement for his State of the State address Monday night. He wants Tennessee to pay for the first two years of college. That’s for graduating high-school seniors heading to a community college or technical school.
The temporary head of the embattled Department of Children’s Service said at a legislative hearing he would turn things around, even with the title of “interim.”