The Tennessee General Assembly will go on a recess soon to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The decision came a day after Gov. Bill Lee met with the speakers of the Senate and House to discuss postponing business.
Gov. Bill Lee met with Senate Speaker Randy McNally and House Speaker Cameron Sexton on Sunday night to discuss how to proceed with the legislative session because of the coronavirus pandemic, sources told WPLN News.
State legislatures all across the nation are suspending business due to the coronavirus pandemic. But in Tennessee, the response from lawmakers has largely split along party lines.
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