Governor Bill Lee discusses the issues at the top of Tennessee’s agenda in 2022.
Governor Bill Lee will begin 2022 with education at the top of the agenda – plan to change how local schools are funded by the state. A basic education plan called outdated by some, others say the state has never fully funded it. The state will also continue its fight against COVID-19 amidst growing tensions, much of it political. And 2022 will begin with plans to realign the state’s legislative districts with each political party charging the other of playing politics with the redistricting process. We sat down with Governor Bill Lee this week to talk about where we stand as we reach the end of 2021.
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