Your State of the State (January 30, 2013)
On Monday, Governor Haslam gave the 2013 State of the State address in Nashville.
The governor talked about Tennessee’s successes in improving K-12 education, the need to increase college graduation levels, cutting the Hall income tax and the sales tax on food, as well as reforming worker’s compensation laws.
These are very important issues to all Tennesseans and the Governor is right to address them.
But at the same time, there are other important issues that have as significant impact on the ultimate success or failure of a state as do business issues, education reform and taxes.
Where does Tennessee stand on issues like religious freedom, defending life and promoting strong marriages?
Find us on Facebook to let us know what you think about the State of our State when it comes to these very important issues.
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