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Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey plans Friday to make pubic the proposals received over the past month
Are corporate giveaways legitimate inducements or lethal elixirs?
Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey is expected today to announce he’s seeking input from the legal community and the general public on what reworked state judicial district maps should look like. Tennessee’s judicial districts have not been redrawn since 1984. And with districts set to elect their district attorneys general, public defenders and state trial […]
Asked about a GOP state senator’s bill to require public school employees to inform a student’s parents if alerted the child is possibly engaging in homosexual activity, Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey sided with those who say it’s a government intrusion into family matters. “There are some things that should be left inside the family […]
Gov. Bill Haslam’s plan to further reduce the Hall income tax for seniors was a victory for Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, who has been pushing for Hall tax reductions for years — and he wants to keep the cuts coming. The Hall income tax is a state tax on income from investments. The governor’s proposal […]
Not all the Dems are thrilled, of course, but many in the minority praised Gov. Bill Haslam’s $32.7 billion spending plan, pointing to more cash for university construction projects, a 1.5 percent raise for state employees, and, in particular, more money for elementary and high school education. “I thought he gave a great speech, I […]
Last reworking of jurisdiction maps was in 1984
TNReport’s list of top lobbyists at Legislative Plaza
Speaker’s purported cost-savings measure expands governor’s legislative influence