Pennies from Haslam 

Are you struggling while the special interests thrive? The governor thinks it’s your fault.

Over the past three sessions, the Tennessee General Assembly, dominated by archconservatives from the Tea Party wing of the GOP, have brought us bill after bill expressing the fundamental convictions of their ideology: Keep the government out of business and cut benefits…

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