Republicans Focus On Jobs, Education, Infrastructure; Adjourn In Timely Manner

Early in the afternoon on May 10, lawmakers wrapped up the first half of the 110th General Assembly, focusing efforts on passing commonsense legislative initiatives to aid both immediate and long-term economic development in Tennessee’s private sector.

Measures to empower teachers, reinvigorate the state’s education system, and improve infrastructure to make Tennessee an attractive destination for businesses and families were among the House GOP’s priorities. In addition, House Republicans worked hard this year to cut taxes and ensure the state continues to foster an environment where new jobs are created and small business can thrive.

With the first half of the 110th General Assembly now in the books, the House Republican Caucus is ready to continue advocating for conservative fiscal policies to carry forward this year’s efforts into the next legislative session.

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