“As Governor of Tennessee I will daily ask for his(God’s) wisdom and direction.”
“When you see our state, your see how much we have, but how much we have to do.”
“Education reform will take Tennessee to the top tier of states.”
“We can be tough on crime, but smart on crime.”
“No government will solve our problems.”
“I believe in a limited government that provides unlimited opportunity for Tennesseans.”
“Our greatness has never come from government compulsion.”
Here’s what would be possible with competition and reduction of Tennessee CON law limitations: options, choice, accessibility.
All of these Oklahoma facilities are located within 1/4 mile of each other. Let those inefficient healthcare businesses - yes, they are that - who fear competition drop by the wayside and we will all be the better for it.
And we would also see a statewide mini real estate boom.
15 hours ago
Long time bureaucrats, “insiders”, and political hacks usually don’t disrupt and bring about substantial change. Something to consider as we begin the administration of Gov Bill Lee and the 111th Tennessee General Assembly... Who has the will to make a difference to better Tenn.?
1 day ago
According to WSJ’s John Gordon, 3/4 of all federal spending is isn’t part of any budget process! The Treasury simply pays is out per mandates in entitlement programs. A recipe for .... big budget deficits and stalemates between Congress and the President.
4 days ago
Had an informative talk with the U S Dept of Labor today concerning occupational licensing today-usually obstructive barriers to entry to work imposed by special interest orgs. These laws impair freedom and exact a huge toll on efficiency and productivity here in Tenn.
5 days ago
The good news keep coming for Tennessee’s explosive auto industry! Volkswagen just announced 1,000 new jobs & an $800M investment here in the Volunteer State! It matters who leads! #TNleghttps://t.co/O5hyRxOFxA