Saturday, November 1, 2014 · 1:21 a.m.
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Gov. Bill Haslam opts against state-run health care exchange—Nooga

Haslam says decision on health care exchange not politically motivated—Nooga

BCBST leaders prepare to work with federally run health care exchange—Nooga

Sen. Bob Corker: Increasing taxes on wealthy could lend future advantages to GOP—Nooga

Planning commission approves controversial Hixson development—Nooga

Haslam says Tennessee will not set up health care exchange—Tennessean

Haslam: State will not run health-care exchange—TN Report

Haslam decides to pass on state-run health insurance exchange—Nashville City Paper

Haslam stiff arms state exchange—WPLN

States pressed to guarantee Medicaid expansion—LA Times

Haslam raises salary of TennCare director to $256K—News Sentinel

Chattanooga mayoral hopefuls critical of plans for water authority—Times Free Press 

Corker latest Republican to move on tax rates—News Sentinel

Barack Obama, with blue-collar backdrop, pushes for higher taxes on richest—NY Times

GOP tries to cope with tax hike reality—Politico

Speaker John Boehner's test: Keep GOP ranks behind him—Wall Street Journal

Both White House and GOP debt plans put U.S. credit rating at risk—The Hill

More stimulus likely from Fed's next meeting—Wall Street Journal

Tower Bridge forced to open for 50-foot rubber duck—ITV

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