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U. S. consumer confidence shot up in January to the highest level since August 2007.
The Conference Board reports that its consumer confidence index climbed to 102.9 this month from a revised 93.1 in December.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation stepped into a debate Tuesday over whether an 1893 amphitheater on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution should be demolished and replaced.
Leaders of the Chautauqua Institution, a summer arts and intellectual retreat that features programming surrounding weekly themes, have proposed replacing the amphitheater to increase capacity, handicap accessibility and safety.
Haslam has called a special legislative session next week to take up his Insure Tennessee proposal that would be paid for mostly with federal Medicaid dollars, with state hospitals making up any extra costs.