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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 Names Dwight Tarwater As General Counsel
Knoxville attorney to join governor’s senior staff and Cabinet NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced that Dwight E. Tarwater will join his senior team as general counsel.  Tarwater replaces Herbert Slatery who left the administration in October to become the state’s attorney general. Tarwater, 59, currently practices law in Knoxville in the law firm he helped begin in 1987, Paine, Tarwater and Bickers, LLP.  He has vast courtroom experience, having tried cases locally, across the state of Tennessee, and in several other states.  On appeal, he has represented clients before the Tennessee Court of Appeals, the Tennessee Supreme Court and in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the 4th, 6th, 10th, and 11th Circuits. “I am very grateful to Dwight for his willingness to leave behind a highly successful career and the firm he has built from the ground up to join our staff,” Haslam said.  “His legal acumen, courtroom experience and steady demeanor w
Governor Haslam, Commissioner Hagerty Announce OTICS USA, Inc. to Expand Tennessee Operations
Automotive Parts Manufacturer to Invest $69.5 Million, Create 117 New Jobs  NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty along with OTICS USA, Inc. officials announced today the company will construct a new automotive parts manufacturing facility in Sevierville to support company growth and increased product demand. With operations currently in Morristown, OTICS USA will invest $69.5 million in the company’s second Tennessee facility and create 117 new jobs in Sevier County.  “We want to thank OTICS for continuing to invest in our state and creating more than 100 new jobs in Sevier County,” Haslam said. “Part of our Jobs4TN strategy has focused on expanding businesses already located in Tennessee, and it means a great deal that OTICS has chosen to continue to produce its goods here. Today’s announcement is not only great news for East Tennessee - it also brings us another step closer to making Tenn
Haslam Announces Education Commissioner To Depart
Tennessee made historic academic progress during governor’s first term in office NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced that Kevin Huffman, commissioner of the Department of Education, will be departing the administration to move into the private sector. “Improving education in Tennessee has been a top priority for our administration, and having someone of Kevin’s caliber to lead the charge during this time of significant progress has made a difference,” Haslam said. “I am very grateful for his commitment to our students, educators and parents, and I wish him well as he continues his commitment to education.”  Tennessee has seen historic gains in academic achievement during Huffman’s tenure. Along with significant growth on state assessment scores, the National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as the nation’s report card, announced in 2013 that Tennessee had the largest gains across fourth and eighth grade math and reading
Haslam Appoints Parkes Circuit Court Judge
 Replaces Judge Robert Lee Holloway in 22nd Judicial District NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today appointed J. Russell Parkes of Columbia as Circuit Court Judge for the 22nd Judicial District. Parkes replaces Judge Robert Lee Holloway, who recently was named to the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals. The 22nd Judicial District includes Giles, Lawrence, Maury and Wayne counties. “We are fortunate to have someone with the qualifications and experience of Russ Parkes to serve in this role,” Haslam said. “I am pleased to appoint him, and citizens of the 22nd Judicial District will be well served by this appointment.” Parkes, 52, has been a co-managing partner and co-equity member of the Hardin, Parkes, Kelley & Carter law firm in Columbia.  He has been at the firm since 1990.  In addition to the day-to-day management of the firm’s attorneys and staff, Parkes has had a practice that included more than 80 jury trials and the representation of numerou



 
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