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Governor Identifies 450 Transportation Projects for Funding


Projects to be funded through Recovery Act, Bridge Bonding and Traditional Funds

roadworkNASHVILLE– Governor Phil Bredesen yesterday released a final list of projects to be funded with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds (Recovery Act), proposed bridge bonds and TDOT’s regular funding mechanisms. The three-tiered program represents more than 450 projects statewide touching every county in Tennessee.

“The Recovery Act is fundamentally about creating and retaining jobs during one of the toughest economic times our nation and state have faced since the Great Depression,” said Governor Bredesen. “This three-tiered program represents a record investment in Tennessee’s transportation system. The Recovery Act, along with the bridge bonding and TDOT’s regular program, will put thousands of Tennesseans to work rebuilding and strengthening one of Tennessee’s largest economic drivers, our transportation system.” «Read the rest of this article»

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APSU and ETSU students form Tennessee Federation of College Democrats Presidency ticket


Austin Peay State University student has declared a ticket for the Tennessee Federation of College Democrats Presidency. In a press statement released today, Adam Haynes and ETSU student Jordan Huffiman announced that they have teamed up as a combined ticket to seek the leadership of the Tennessee Federation of College Democrats. This is their statement:

haynes-huffman TFCD Logo Adam Haynes, of APSU, and Jordan Huffman, of ETSU, are running as a ticket for President and Vice-President of the Tennessee Federation of College Democrats. They believe that TFCD needs better communication amongst our chapters and with the democratic leaders of our state. «Read the rest of this article»


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