Nashville, TN – A report released by the Secretary of State’s office touting Tennessee’s economic recovery leaves out the prosperity of half the population.
“We also learned last week that Tennessee is ranked 42nd for women in poverty, and 41st for work and family balance,” state Senator Sara Kyle said. “We can’t say our economy is improving when so many women are left out of our prosperity.”
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Ryan Haynes released the following statement to commemorate Memorial Day.
“Each year that our Republic marches forward, I’m reminded we’ve been sustained by the sacrifice of heroes.
Tennessee Democratic Party demands Government Accountability, Asks Governor to call a Special Session to pass Insure Tennessee
Latest Vanderbilt Poll shows up to two-thirds of registered voters want Insure Tennessee
Nashville, TN – With 64 percent of registered voters favoring Insure Tennessee, Democrats will convene a press conference to demand that Republicans be accountable to the people of the state.
They will also call on Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to call another special session to approve the plan.
Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson announces THDA Grant to Provide Housing for Homeless Veterans
Nashville, TN – Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson announced that the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) had recently awarded a $235,705 Housing Trust Fund (HTF) grant to Buffalo Valley.
The grant will be used to finance the rehabilitation of six homes that will provide transitional housing for 48 homeless Veterans. Two of the homes are located in Clarksville and will serve up to 14 individuals.
Tennessee Democratic Party Chair Mary Mancini
Nashville, TN – Last week, Republican House Speaker Beth Harwell admitted that Insure Tennessee failed because of politics as usual.
Insure Tennessee was a “political issue,” she said, and she was unable to convince members of the Republican majority to hold a full floor discussion and vote on the proposal, which would have given 280,000 hardworking Tennesseans access to affordable health care. «Read the rest of this article»
Joined by 51 House colleagues in letter to Commissioner Koskinen asking for review of Foundation’s tax-exempt status
Washington, DC – Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) was joined by 51 of her House colleagues today in sending a letter to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner John Koskinen requesting a review of the Clinton Foundation’s tax-exempt status. The letter requests that the IRS respond within 30 days.
“As I’ve traveled through my district and talked to constituents, many people have asked about the widely reported improprieties concerning the Clinton Foundation. That’s why I decided to send a letter to Commissioner Koskinen asking the IRS to conduct a review of the Clinton Foundation’s tax-exempt status,” Congressman Marsha Blackburn said.
Phoenix, AZ – Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Ryan Haynes is officially a member of the Republican National Committee.
At the General Session of the 2015 Spring Meeting of the RNC, Haynes was formally welcomed by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus as a voting member. Haynes joins the 167 other members of the committee, including Tennessee’s other two representatives: National Committeewoman Peggy Lambert and National Committeeman John Ryder. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee House Democratic Caucus supports the release of health insurance premium records to the Nashville Tennessean newspaper and request all insurance premium information be opened up to the media and the public.
Several media outlets had requested the information after the defeat of Insure Tennessee. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has proclaimed May 2015 “Putting Investors First” Month as a way to recognize the importance the investment profession as foundation of a strong and growing state economy.
The proclamation acknowledges the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) Societies in Tennessee for their commitment to excellence in the investment profession and for being champions for ethical behavior in investment markets.
Nashville, TN – A bill requiring an on-line registry of people who abuse dogs or cats passed the Tennessee House of Representatives last week.
HB 0147, sponsored by Nashville Representative Darren Jernigan, would create a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation registry of people who are convicted of aggravated cruelty to animals, animal fighting or a criminal offense against animals. «Read the rest of this article»
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