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Press release from the Office of Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam; July 5, 2012:  NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced the appointments of 165 Tennesseans to 62 state boards and commissions. Earlier this year, the legislature passed Haslam’s recommended reforms to many of the state’s boards and commissions, and most of those changes take effect […]

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Gov. Bill Haslam has backed off a bill that would allow for larger class sizes in Tennessee schools, and top lawmakers are editing a bill that would shield certain financial information submitted by companies in their applications for taxpayer-funded grants. More updates here on Haslam’s legislative agenda.

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Phil Bredesen is tapping people for 34 different industry-oversight and policy-guidance bodies, many of which haven’t convened in months. But Gov.-elect Bill Haslam isn’t particularly bothered by the slots being filled at this late stage of the outgoing administration’s game.

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State of Tennessee Press Release, Jan 26, 2010: NASHVILLE – Governor Phil Bredesen has appointed 83 men and women to serve on 40 state boards and commissions. “We depend upon the leadership and commitment of citizens like these Tennesseans to serve our state through its boards and commissions,” said Bredesen. “I appreciate their readiness to […]

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