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Statement on the passing of Charles Sargent

Statement on the passing of Charles Sargent

TSEA November 14, 2018 Comments Off on Statement on the passing of Charles Sargent

Charles Sargent had a distinguished career as a legislator. I was blessed to work with Charles in a number of different capacities. He was a legislative colleague back in the ‘90’s; we worked together

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State Revenues for August 2018

State Revenues for August 2018

TSEA September 21, 2018 Comments Off on State Revenues for August 2018

The state has announced overall revenues for August 2018 were $1.05 billion, which is $71.5 million more than August 2017, and $34.4 million more than the budgeted estimates. Tennessee revenues were $34.4 million more

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State Revenues for July 2018

State Revenues for July 2018

TSEA August 21, 2018 Comments Off on State Revenues for July 2018

The state has announced overall revenues for July 2018 were $1.1 billion, which is $50.8 million more than the state collected in June of 2017, but $8.6 million less than the budgeted estimate for

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State Law Provides State Employees Time Off to Vote

State Law Provides State Employees Time Off to Vote

TSEA July 31, 2018 Comments Off on State Law Provides State Employees Time Off to Vote

As a reminder, State law provides that all state employees must be allowed time off from work to vote:  “any person entitled to vote in an election held in this state may be absent

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State Revenues for May

State Revenues for May

TSEA June 20, 2018 Comments Off on State Revenues for May

The state has announced overall revenues for May 2018 were $1.1 billion, which is $13.1 million more than the state budgeted. The FY18 Year-to-date revenues for ten months were $321.1 million more than the

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State Employees endorse Harwell and Fitzhugh

State Employees endorse Harwell and Fitzhugh

TSEA May 18, 2018 Comments Off on State Employees endorse Harwell and Fitzhugh

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Employees Action Movement (TEAM-PAC) the official PAC of TSEA, today voted to endorse Beth Harwell in the Republican Primary and Craig Fitzhugh in the Democratic Primary in the race for

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State Revenues for April

State Revenues for April

TSEA May 14, 2018 Comments Off on State Revenues for April

The state has announced total tax Revenues for April 2018 were $1.9 billion, which is a growth of 3.76 percent more than last year and $128.3 million more than the state budgeted. The FY18

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Gov. Haslam signs bill extending Maternity and Paternity leave for State Employees

Gov. Haslam signs bill extending Maternity and Paternity leave for State Employees

TSEA May 4, 2018 Comments Off on Gov. Haslam signs bill extending Maternity and Paternity leave for State Employees

Yesterday (5-3-18) Governor Haslam signed into law legislation which allows state and higher education employees to use their sick leave and annual leave for maternity or paternity leave for a period not to exceed

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Gov. Haslam signs bill to provide employees with evidence prior to disciplinary hearings

Gov. Haslam signs bill to provide employees with evidence prior to disciplinary hearings

TSEA May 4, 2018 Comments Off on Gov. Haslam signs bill to provide employees with evidence prior to disciplinary hearings

Governor Haslam yesterday (5/3/18) signed into law legislation which deals with the handling of evidence for hearings, representation at Step I hearings, and time calculations. This legislation took effect immediately upon being signed into

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Gov. Haslam Vetoes proton therapy cancer treatment option for state employees

Gov. Haslam Vetoes proton therapy cancer treatment option for state employees

TSEA May 3, 2018 Comments Off on Gov. Haslam Vetoes proton therapy cancer treatment option for state employees

Governor Haslam has vetoed legislation which would have provided state employees coverage under the state group insurance plan for physician prescribed hypofractionated proton therapy for cancer treatment as an alternative to radiation treatment. SB367/HB523

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