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Block + Grants = Question Mark Medicaid Block Grants: The Unknown Details Matter April 5, 2019- Critical details are missing from a proposed Medicaid block grant for Tennessee. Its effect on TennCare's budget and flexibility from federal rules are unclear.
Gov. Bill Lee in House Chamber The Budget in Brief: Summary of Gov. Lee’s FY 2020 Recommended Budget March 15, 2019- The governor's recommended Budget for FY 2020 totals $38.6 billion, an increase of 1.1% over estimates for the current fiscal year.
Calloway Rougemont Carter Sycamore Expands Staff and Board of Directors March 8, 2019- Seb Rougemont, Judge Sheila Calloway, and Pamela Carter join the Sycamore family.
Community Building Workshop in Chattanooga Community Supervision, Prison Releases, and Recidivism in Tennessee March 1, 2019- The cycle of supervision, release, and recidivism is a significant driver of Tennessee's state prisoner population.
Hallway with jail cells Pre-Trial Detention in Tennessee March 1, 2019- Half of Tennessee’s local jail inmates in 2018 were people awaiting trial, conviction, or acquittal for felony or misdemeanor charges – up from 30% in 1990.
Tennessee State Prison Entrance Sign Incarceration in Tennessee: Who, Where, Why, and How Long? February 14, 2019- Current and historical incarceration trends for Tennessee's state prisoner population provide context for discussions about criminal justice reform.