The Tennessee economy is strong, but many working families are struggling to achieve economic security.
Education should prepare Tennessee students for career, college and full participation in civic life.
Tennessee was once a leader in civic engagement, but today our state has one of the lowest voter registration and turnout rates in the nation.
Tennesseans consume and pay more for electricity than most Americans.
Adults in Tennessee suffer from some of the country’s highest rates of chronic diseases.
Quality housing for renters and homeowners is becoming scarcer and more expensive in Tennessee.
Traffic congestion and a lack of internet connectivity is holding Tennesseans back.
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