State of the State: Education, Job Growth, Employee Cuts

See photos from the Tennessee Journal and read the full text of Gov. Bill Haslam's State of the State address, delivered Monday. His final budget proposal calls for more than $200 million in new state funding for K-12 education, $128 million in job-growth investments and $30 million for a previously announced effort to address the opioid epidemic. Meanwhile, the Leaf-Chronicle reports, the budget calls for $108.1 million in cuts, including a total of 335 positions eliminated across state government.

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