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The Weekly Insiders Newsletter on Tennessee Government, Politics & Business — since 1975
Do you need to know not just what the Tennessee General Assembly did yesterday but:
- Where specific legislative proposals originated.
- Whether the legislature is likely to enact them.
- Who's likely to win Tennessee offices — and why.
- Most importantly, what this will mean to you and your business, profession, or community.
If you need the best available political and legislative intelligence, then you need The Tennessee Journal. We collect all the essential information for you, then edit it into hard-hitting reports. You get the leads, tips, and facts so you won't be left behind as Tennessee moves forward.
Each Monday you receive behind-the-scenes intelligence, insight, and forecasts unavailable from any other source. Your newspaper tells you what happened. The Tennessee Journal tells you how, why, and most important, what's going to happen that will affect your business or profession
|Brad Forrister serves as the executive editor of The Tennessee Journal. He is Director of Publishing for M. Lee Smith Publishers LLC and is the editor of the Tennessee Tax Service and author of the Tennessee Tax Guide.|
|Ed Cromer is the veteran editor of The Tennessee Journal. He has worked as senior political editor for the Nashville Banner newspaper and as a Capitol Hill reporter for The Tennessean.|
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