The 108th General Assembly of Tennessee wrapped up its 2014 business last week despite significant controversy and tension over taxes, budgets, and education. As in years past, the legislature produced just under 3,000 bills for consideration and an additional 2,499 resolutions. Due to the sheer scope of the University of Tennessee System, over 600 bills were tracked with either direct or indirect impacts.
So, where does that leave us for 2014? A summary of legislative outcomes, created for UT Advocates, is below.