Six million Tennesseans pursuing their own enlightened self-interest, in freedom and dignity, is quite sufficient for our economy to thrive.
At the state level, the governor said the biggest issue facing policymakers is finding a balance between recruiting new jobs and the burgeoning cost to taxpayers of the incentives that subsidize them.
"It's a buyer's market when it comes to site location now. I was surprised at how many interested parties we had in the pipeline. But I was also surprised at their expectation levels" from the state, he said.