New TNJ alert: What does a stationary bike maker have to do with the Tennessee economy?

Lawmakers attend Gov. Bill Lee’s State of the State address in Nashville on Jan. 31, 2022. (Erik Schelzig, Tennessee Journal)

The new print edition of The Tennessee Journal is out in the world. Here’s what’s in it:

— Are Peloton’s struggles a cautionary tale for the state economy? Lee delivers annual budget address, lawmakers fret about a future economic downturn.

— Removed without delay: Convicted Sen. Katrina Robinson calls ouster from chamber a “procedural lynching.”

— Campaign finance update: Lee raises big money for re-election bid, House GOP haul is down from two years ago, and Casada travels to Santa Fe.

Also: Registry to hold special meeting to take up subpoenas on mystery PAC on March 7, McNally gives Lamberth an inadvertent “promotion,” and the Senate Finance chairman bats down ballpark funding proposal by his hometown mayor.

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