GOP Lawmakers set their sights on Governor Bill Haslam's power to make appointments to various state boards and commissions. Should legislators have more influence?
Some of the boards are relatively obscure. Others are often in the headlines, such as the State Board of Education and the State Textbook Commission. In this week's Capitol Hill Conversation, WPLN's Bradley George talks with reporter Andrea Zelinski about why legislators want more sway in picking people to fill the 3,500 appointments currently handled by the Governor.