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Lobby Day and Legislative Updates – April 9, 2015

Lobby Day and Legislative Updates – April 9, 2015

TSEA April 9, 2015 0

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 [&hellip

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Statement by TSEA President Bryan Merritt supporting Chairman Bill Sanderson

Statement by TSEA President Bryan Merritt supporting Chairman Bill Sanderson

TSEA April 9, 2015 0

  For Immediate Release: Statement by TSEA President Bryan Merritt in support of Chairman Bill Sanderson’s actions regarding longevity While we continue the fight to defeat Governor Haslam’s proposal to [&hellip

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Subcommittee defers Longevity and Health Insurance bills

Subcommittee defers Longevity and Health Insurance bills

TSEA March 18, 2015 0

The House State Government Subcommittee today deferred HB647 and HB648.  HB647, the bill that would eliminate Longevity Pay for the majority of state employees was rolled to the final calendar [&hellip

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NEWS RELEASE // TSEA opposes legislation eliminating longevity pay and reducing health insurance benefits

NEWS RELEASE // TSEA opposes legislation eliminating longevity pay and reducing health insurance benefits

TSEA March 4, 2015 0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 4, 2015 Contact: Chris Dauphin Phone: (615) 256-4533, 800-251-8732 [email protected]                                  [&hellip

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Longevity: What can we do?

Longevity: What can we do?

TSEA February 23, 2015 0

TSEA fought for years to establish, then expand longevity pay for ALL state employees. That’s why TSEA continues to fight to protect longevity pay for ALL state employees. WHAT CAN [&hellip

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What we know about the Governor’s proposed budget

What we know about the Governor’s proposed budget

TSEA February 10, 2015 0

What we know. Last night, Governor Haslam gave his State of the State address, outlining his FY2015-2016 proposed budget. Here is what we know about the Governor’s proposed budget as [&hellip

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