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  • Changes to TNReady Assessment Delivery

    Real solutions from our educators to create a better testing environment for our students.

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  • Tennessee State Parks Earns National Accreditation

    One of only two state park systems in the country to receive this honor.

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    Learn more about how Tennesseans are serving their fellow Tennesseans through the work of state government.

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  • Tennessee Will Lead

    Learn more about Governor Haslam’s challenge to Tennessee

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  • An Education Transformation

    Map and data highlight Tennessee's progress on student achievement

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  • 2018 Official Tennessee Vacation Guide

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    Over 100 Newly Certified Officers to Graduate from TLETA on Dec. 20

    Tuesday, December 18, 2018 | 08:51am

    NASHVILLE – Over 100 newly certified officers will graduate from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) on Thursday, December 20, 2018. The graduation ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. (CT) at Al Menah Shrine Temple (1354 Brick Church Pike, Nashville, TN).

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    State Representative Visits Memphis TDOC Facility

    Monday, December 17, 2018 | 07:12pm

    MEMPHIS – Last Friday the Mark Luttrell Transition Center (MLTC) welcomed State Representative Michael Curcio to the facility where he met with Commissioner Tony Parker and the leadership staff to learn more about the transition center and take a tour.

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    Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III responds to ACA ruling

    Monday, December 17, 2018 | 05:25pm

    “The ACA has been ruled constitutionally flawed in a federal district court decision which will be appealed to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. It is important to point out the court did not issue an injunction. Therefore, nothing will change until the appeals are final. The Court also said the individual mandate was essential to the ACA and the ACA cannot stand without it. At the heart of this case is the Commerce Clause of our Constitution that, according to the court, prevents Congress from compelling Tennesseans to buy insurance, especially if they can’t afford it or don’t want it. Ultimately, it is up to Congress to provide lawful solutions to healthcare coverage, not just debate or campaign on it.”

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