September 15, 2020
Through August 2020, Tennessee collected about $115 million (11%) more tax revenue than state lawmakers originally budgeted for this point in the fiscal year.
September 13, 2020 Why It Matters, What It Does, and How It’s Funded
From the flu to salmonella to COVID-19, major disease outbreaks often focus the public eye on public health. But what does that phrase mean, exactly?
September 3, 2020
Before COVID-19, one in five Tennesseans already had medical debt on a credit report. This pandemic and recession could make it an even bigger problem.
August 27, 2020
Statistics and data points can provide valuable information about the world around us, but they’re also easily misunderstood and misused.
August 13, 2020
The most at-risk businesses employ 1 in 4 private sector workers, who earn 40% less than average and are more likely to be minority, young, and have less education.
August 13, 2020
Despite the onset of a recession, Tennessee collected about $396 million (or 2%) more tax revenue in FY 2020 than originally budgeted for the fiscal year
July 23, 2020 Who, Why, and How Much?
Tennessee will get over $25 billion in federal aid, including $8 billion to state government. Much of the relief has already occurred or will soon expire.
July 22, 2020
Get to know Morgan and Lauren, Sycamore's new summer 2020 interns.
July 6, 2020
Leslie and Bryce make Sycamore even stronger at this crucial time of unprecedented challenge and opportunity.
July 1, 2020
Facing an expected $1.5 billion revenue shortfall over two years, Gov. Lee and state lawmakers turned to nearly every available tool to balance the budget.