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ENG: William Edward "Bill" Haslam (born August 23, 1958) is the 49th Governor of Tennessee. Early life Haslam is a native of Knoxville and grew up in the city, where he attended Webb School of Knoxville.He attended Emory University, graduating with a bachelor's degree in history. As a university student, he was active in the Christian group Young Life.Haslam is a member of the Beta Chi chapter of the Sigma Chi International Fraternity. As a teenager, Haslam began working part-time in his family's business, the Pilot Corporation, a Knoxville-based petroleum company founded by his father Jim Haslam.Following his university graduation, he returned to Knoxville to work for Pilot, eventually becoming president and a director of the company, which runs the nationwide Pilot Flying J chain of ...
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Gov. Haslam expected to sign measure aimed at meth traffic


The House sent to Gov. Bill Haslam on Thursday legislation that sets up a tracking system on sales of pseudoephedrine and creates new penalties for makers of methamphetamine and 'smurfs' who help them. The bill, SB1265, passed the House 98-0. The Senate approved it 31-0 on April 28. Haslam's signature is not in doubt, since he has endorsed the measure and Safety Commissioner Bill Gibbons served as lead negotiator in developing the compromise. Most debate was devoted to praising the compromise, but Rep. Kent Williams of Elizabethton, the Legislature's only Independent and former House ...


Haslam's jobs plan will stress expansion at TN companies


Tennessee’s new economic development chief said his department will use a personal touch as it rolls out Gov. Bill Haslam’s new jobs plan. Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty said either he or the governor will personally call on the top 100 employers in the state. “We’re going to be very tactical about this, and we’re going to be very effective about this,” Hagerty said Thursday. “… We’re going to take our game and take it to the street.” Democrats have criticized Haslam’s administration in recent ...


Haslam inauguration was corporate affair


Businesses, trade groups and political action committees accounted for three out of every five dollars raised for Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's inauguration last month. Fundraising figures obtained by The Associated Press under Tennessee's open records laws show more than 300 donations from the business world totaled $1.4 million for the festivities surrounding the Republican's swearing-in as Tennessee's 49th governor. About 1,500 donations from individuals made up nearly $1 million more. Corporations are banned from making direct contributions to candidates in elections but are allowed to ...


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Governor Haslam, Commissioner Hagerty Announce WS Packaging Group, Inc. to Expand and Consolidate Operations in Knoxville
NASHVILLE—Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty along with WS Packaging Group, Inc. officials today announced the company will expand its current operations in Knoxville by opening a new location in the PBR Building, located at 10215 Caneel Dr. In order to increase its operations to accommodate more industry market share, WS Packaging Group will also consolidate its Knoxville facilities to this more central location. The company will invest $43 million and create 231 new jobs. “I want to thank WS Packaging Group for reinvesting in Tennessee, and I appreciate the new jobs being created in Knox County,” Haslam said. “One of the priorities in our Jobs4TN strategy is companies already doing business in Tennessee, and whenever a company already operating here decides to stay and expand, it further supports our goal of becoming the No. 1 location the southeast for high quality jobs.” “I’m pleased WS Packaging Group
Haslam Appoints Stites To Tennessee Board of Regents
Appointee will serve as representative of Sixth Congressional District.                                                                                                                                 NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed John D. Stites II of Cookeville to the Tennessee Board of Regents as the representative of the Sixth
Haslam Unveils Visionary 'Tennessee Promise'
Proposes free community and technology college education to every graduating senior NASHVILLE – During his fourth annual State of the State address before the General Assembly, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam tonight introduced the “Tennessee Promise.”  The historic proposal commits to providing on a continuing basis two years of community college or a college of applied technology (TCAT) absolutely free of tuition and fees to graduating high school seniors.  “Through the Tennessee Promise, we are fighting the rising cost of higher education, and we are raising our expectations as a state,” Haslam said.  “We are committed to making a clear statement to families that education beyond high school is a priority in the state of Tennessee.” After graduating from a community college, if students choose to attend a four-year school, the state’s transfer pathways program makes it possible for those students to start as a junior.  By getting their first two year
Haslam Appoints Carma Dennis McGee Chancellor In 24th District
Replaces the late Chancellor Ron E. Harmon NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today appointed Carma Dennis McGee of Savannah as chancellor in the 24th Judicial District.  She replaces Chancellor Ron E. Harmon, who died September 14, 2013. McGee will serve immediately upon her appointment and be up for election this August.  The 24th Judicial District serves Decatur, Henry, Carroll, Benton and Hardin counties. “The people of the 24th District will benefit from Carma’s vast experience,” Haslam said. “We are fortunate to have her on the bench, and I appreciate her serving in this capacity.” McGee, 43, has been a trainer in the area of juvenile law for the Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts since 2006 and has had a private practice at the law office of McGee & Dennis in Savannah since 2001.  Her practice at McGee & Dennis has involved an emphasis on property, real estate, estate planning, probate and domestic cases. McGee was a city judge



 
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