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Van Buren County seeks to block Inn closure, pushes relocation of new Inn

Van Buren County seeks to block Inn closure, pushes relocation of new Inn

TSEA December 15, 2017 Comments Off on Van Buren County seeks to block Inn closure, pushes relocation of new Inn

The Van Buren County Commission and other local elected leaders during a meeting Thursday night announced they are investigating possible legal action to halt the Haslam administration’s plans to demolish and rebuild the Fall

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State Revenues for November

State Revenues for November

TSEA December 15, 2017 Comments Off on State Revenues for November

The state has announced total tax revenues for November 2017 were $957.3 million, which exceeded revenues from the same month last year (5.55 percent higher) but is $4.1 million less than this year’s budgeted

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State Revenues for October

State Revenues for October

TSEA November 17, 2017 Comments Off on State Revenues for October

The state has announced total tax revenues for October 2017 were $1.0 billion, which exceeded revenues from the same month last year but is $1.3 million less than this year’s budgeted estimate. The FY18

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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 it impacts state employees

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Chronic understaffing of state services having serious consequences

Chronic understaffing of state services having serious consequences

TSEA September 4, 2014 0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 3, 2014 Contact: Chris Dauphin Phone: (615) 585-8490, 800-251-8732 chris.dauphin@tseaonline.org Chronic understaffing of state services having serious consequences NASHVILLE – WSMV during their Wednesday evening broadcast aired surveillance video from

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TSEA at 40: In the Beginning

TSEA at 40: In the Beginning

TSEA September 4, 2014 0

“I cannot remember all the other details of that first [TSEA] meeting. But I do know it lit a fire in my soul and the souls of many others in that room.” -Former TSEA

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TSEA to Assist DHS Employees

TSEA to Assist DHS Employees

TSEA June 17, 2014 0

TSEA is very concerned by the recent elimination of more than 100 jobs by the Department of Human Services. DHS, on Friday, eliminated 121 probationary positions in their Family Assistance division. The impacted employees

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Budget passes; No raises for state employees

Budget passes; No raises for state employees

TSEA April 10, 2014 0

NASHVILLE – A last-ditch effort to restore raises for state employees in the state budget failed Thursday afternoon on the House floor. Rep. Craig Fitzhugh and Rep. Matthew Hill both proposed amendments to fund

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Haslam cancels raises, but averts insurance premium increase

Haslam cancels raises, but averts insurance premium increase

TSEA March 31, 2014 0

NASHVILLE – State employees’ salaries will not be raised this year, but neither will their health insurance premiums, according to Governor Haslam’s budget amendment which will be released Tuesday morning. A proposed one percent

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State employees blanket legislative plaza for annual Lobby Day

State employees blanket legislative plaza for annual Lobby Day

TSEA February 21, 2014 0

NASHVILLE, TN – TSEA’s 2014 Lobby Day was one of the biggest and most well-attended Lobby Days the organization has seen in recent years. With approximately 200 members in attendance, many of whom were

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