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It was a nonstop Swiftian
orgy of fabulousness
at last night's CMA Awards show in downtown Nashville. ...
A new Pew Center report compares state economies
on their resemblance to the fiscal disaster that is California, finding that Tennessee is better off than most: we get a B- for managing finances and our not-like-California score outpaces 30 other states. California, it will not shock you to discover, scores worst on the not-like-California metric. ...
State departments here are planning for budget cuts of up to 9 percent next year, and Gov. Phil Bredesen now says
employee furloughs could be in the cards.
The District 5 Metro Council recall election
happens today. ... H1N1 vaccines hit Metro schools starting today
Gub hopeful Mike McWherter on same-sex adoption: tap dance
? You make the call. ...
about minority and female participation in Music City Center contracting. ... If fetching twitter bots support
building a new convention center then it must be a fabulous project to which nobody can object.
Potent reminder that Nashville's sexual orientation protection for Metro workers is just a baby step on the road to civic enlightenment: The Salt Lake City Council unanimously adopted
a fabulous ordinance protecting gay and transgender residents from discrimination in housing and
the support of the LDS church. You know you're lagging when you look to Utah for aspirational progressive social policy.