The Memphis Business Journal
reports today that if the U.S. auto industry fails, Tennessee would take the fourth biggest hit among the states.
A study by the D.C. think tank Economic Policy Institute estimates that Tennessee could lose up to 106,000 jobs. This, as you may have guessed, is not a good thing, especially since Tennessee recently soared to No. 1 in personal bankruptcy filings
Only Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana would face worse consequences from the Big 3's demise. Nationwide, the collapse of the industry would result in a projected 3.3 million lost jobs.
Should someone alert Bob Corker?