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TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

TSEA February 22, 2017 Comments Off on TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

NASHVILLE – During a presentation Tuesday before the Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee, the Tennessee State Employees Association called for an economic impact statement for outsourcing plans at Tennessee’s state parks, higher

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TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

TSEA November 9, 2016 Comments Off on TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

All but one – 99 percent – of TEAM-PAC’s endorsed candidates in the 2016 general election were elected to serve in Tennessee’s 110th General Assembly. This is great news for state employees! Whether you

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2016 Primary election unofficial results

2016 Primary election unofficial results

TSEA August 4, 2016 Comments Off on 2016 Primary election unofficial results

The following list of TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates only includes those who had primary election challengers. The outcome for each candidate is listed beside their name. All but one of TEAM-PAC’s endorsed candidates won their district’s primary

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Will you vote on Thursday, August 4?

Will you vote on Thursday, August 4?

TSEA August 2, 2016 Comments Off on Will you vote on Thursday, August 4?

Our next election day is August 4 – this Thursday! This is a crucial time for TSEA and state employees. For many of the races, given the current make-up of most legislative districts, this

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Message from your TSEA President

Message from your TSEA President

TSEA July 20, 2016 Comments Off on Message from your TSEA President

Dear State Employees, As you may know, August 4 is our state primary election day. Last Friday, polls opened for early voting all across the state and will remain open until July 30. TEAM-PAC,

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TSEA: Don’t give up on state employees

TSEA: Don’t give up on state employees

TSEA March 22, 2016 Comments Off on TSEA: Don’t give up on state employees

Earlier today, TSEA testified before the Senate State and Local Government committee in response to the Haslam administration’s business justification report on their Facilities Management Outsourcing plan. TSEA’s primary message was clear: don’t give

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Legislative Update: SB1625/HB1699, DOHR Meeting

Legislative Update: SB1625/HB1699, DOHR Meeting

TSEA February 26, 2016 Comments Off on Legislative Update: SB1625/HB1699, DOHR Meeting

SB1625 / HB1699 Education: Tuition waivers for full-time state employees Sen. Paul Bailey / Rep. Joe Pitts The TSEA board voted to support SB1625/HB1699. This bill provides tuition and fee waivers to full-time state employees

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TDOC announces changes to assault definitions

TDOC announces changes to assault definitions

TSEA January 8, 2016 Comments Off on TDOC announces changes to assault definitions

The Tennessee Department of Correction during a hearing Thursday announced changes in how assaults are defined in Tennessee’s prisons. Tuesday afternoon the Corrections Subcommittee of the Senate State and Local Government Committee requested testimony

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Lobby Day and Legislative Updates – April 9, 2015

Lobby Day and Legislative Updates – April 9, 2015

TSEA April 9, 2015 Comments Off on Lobby Day and Legislative Updates – April 9, 2015

Lobby Day 2015 Yesterday, TSEA held its annual Lobby Day on the Hill. State employees spent the day attending committees and meeting with elected officials to discuss legislation which impacts state workers. At different

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Administration Bills to be heard next week in House Committee

Administration Bills to be heard next week in House Committee

TSEA April 1, 2015 Comments Off on Administration Bills to be heard next week in House Committee

The House State Government subcommittee today passed an amended longevity bill on to the full committee. The bill will be heard by the full House State Government committee on April 7. IMPORTANT: The amended

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