No matter who wins the election, these 5 challenges could keep Tennessee’s next governor and General Assembly busy throughout 2019 and beyond.
As of February 28, 2019, Tennessee had collected about 56% of its total budgeted revenue for the fiscal year. Actual collections through February were about 3% higher than budgeted.
Tennessee collected about $344 million (or 2%) more than was originally budgeted for the fiscal year that ended on June 30, 2018.
Find out where the money comes from, where it goes, and what changed from the current budget.
Governor Haslam's 2017 Tennessee budget amendment makes a number of changes to the original budget recommendation he released in January.
Lawmakers considering gas tax revenue and car sales taxes to fund highway projects in Tennessee should weigh the trade-offs of both options.
The Senate compromise on Gov. Haslam's IMPROVE Act makes the original bill's Highway Fund tax increases smaller and its General Fund tax reductions larger.
Good data and research are critical to any public policy discussion. In an op-ed for The Tennessean, we put current transportation issues in context.
A detailed summary and analysis of Governor Bill Haslam's 2017 Tennessee budget proposal with charts, graphs and a 1-page infographic.
Charts & graphs about the Tennessee Highway Fund – where the money comes from, how funding and Tennessee’s gas tax have changed over time, and other trends.