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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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Haslam Announces Reward in Franklin Murder Case
 $5,000 for information in 1991 case of restaurant worker Peggy Cox  NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced a $5,000 reward from the state for information leading to the apprehension, arrest and conviction of the person or persons who have committed, attempted to commit or conspired to commit the murder of Peggy Cox on February 1, 1991. “We encourage anyone with information in this case to contact local authorities so the person responsible for this crime can be brought to justice,” Haslam said.  Peggy Beurlein Cox was a 49-year-old widowed mother of three children. She had worked at Hardees restaurant in Franklin for two years. She was tragically killed on her birthday. On the night of her death, Cox was working the drive-thru window at Hardees. According to a receipt, at 11:45 p.m. she took a drive-up order. Her son, Jude, was also working at the restaurant and heard a male voice place the order over the intercom. As Jude prepared
Haslam Announces Five Counties Added to June Flooding Disaster
Twenty-three counties now eligible for recovery funds from federal disaster declaration  NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced that five counties have been added to the federal disaster declaration after severe weather on June 5-10, 2014.  A total of 23 counties are now included in the disaster. State and local governments and electrical utilities spent nearly $10 million in response to, and recovery from, the wind damage and flash-flooding impacts.  Claiborne, Gibson, Giles, Haywood and Weakley counties have been determined to be adversely affected and qualified for federal assistance to local governments.  Damage assessments by state and federal emergency management previously resulted in declarations for Anderson, Bledsoe, Carroll, Decatur, Henry, Hickman, Houston, Lawrence, Lewis, Madison, Marion, Maury, McNairy, Moore, Perry, Roane, Sequatchie, and Tipton counties. Declared counties receive federal assistance that provide reim
Haslam Appoints 13 New Members to Higher Education Boards
Members represent fields of business, healthcare and education, include students and professors NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced the appointments of thirteen new members and two re-appointments to Tennessee’s higher education boards. Bill Lee, Pam Martin and Alex Martin will serve as new members of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC).  Shannon Brown, Bill Evans, Julia Wells, Rhedona Rose, R.J. Duncan and David Golden will serve as new members of the University of Tennessee (UT) Board of Trustees.  Barbara Prescott, Leigh Shockey, Rebecca Reeves and Dottye Webb will serve as new members of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR).     “We want to thank the new and current members for serving and the important work they do for higher education in Tennessee,” Haslam said. “There is no doubt that attracting and growing Tennessee jobs is directly tied to education, and these new appointees’ bring a variety of
Governor Haslam, Commissioner Hagerty Announce Magna International to Expand Maury County Seating Manufacturing Operations
Automotive Manufacturer to Invest $16 Million, Create 357 New Jobs NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty along with Magna International officials announced today the company will expand its Maury County manufacturing operations by investing $16 million to construct a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at 701 Beechcroft Road in Spring Hill. Currently located in Columbia, Magna will create 357 new jobs in Maury County over the next two years. “We want to thank Magna for its continued investment in Middle Tennessee and the additional jobs the company is creating in Maury County,” Haslam said. “Tennessee’s central geographic location and strong automotive sector offer companies like Magna an ideal setting for growth and success, and today’s announcement brings us another step closer toward our goal to make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.” “Tennessee ranks amon



 
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