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Was the 48th Governor of Tennessee, serving from 2003 to 2011.
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ENG: Phil Bredesen (born Philip Norman Bredesen, Jr. on November 21, 1943) is the 48th and current Governor of Tennessee. A member of the Democratic Party, he was first elected Governor in 2002, and was re-elected in 2006. He previously served as the fourth mayor of Nashville and Davidson County from 1991 to 1999. Early life Paul Bredesen was born in Oceanport, New Jersey. His parents were Norma Lucille (née Walborn) and Philip Norman Bredesen. His father, a captain in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, was stationed at Fort Monmouth in New Jersey at the time of Bredesen's birth. The family lived in various locations during Bredesen's early childhood, including Canandaigua, New York and Arlington, Massachusetts. When his parents separated in 1951, Norma moved with her two sons, Phil ...
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Bredesen: Healthy future secured for state by improving live

Last month, our state celebrated Child Health Week, which I’ve declared for the past three years to highlight the importance of fostering healthy lifestyles in our children, to help ensure a healthy future for all of Tennessee. Child Health Day was first proclaimed as a national event in 1928 by President Calvin Coolidge and celebrated its 83rd observance this year. More than 470 activities in 78 counties incorporated this year’s theme, “Healthy Youth, Healthy Future.” Partners across the state planned activities to promote the importance of getting preventive ...

Phil Bredesen book is lightning bolt amid health debate

Gov. Phil Bredesen's new book, Fresh Medicine: How to Fix Reform and Build a Sustainable Health Care System, has provided a lightning bolt in the tsunami of health reform. Just before this year's pivotal midterm elections, the governor, a once-serious candidate to be secretary of the U.S. Health and Human Services Department in the Obama administration, appeared on Fox News and declared that ObamaCare won't work. A few days later, his op-ed in The Wall Street Journal suggested that the laudable attempts at universal coverage may actually tempt employers to drop employee health ...

Bredesen: Solar investment while gov 'appropriate'

Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen said Friday it was "perfectly appropriate" for him to invest in a solar energy venture by two top Cabinet aides, and that he would consider funding projects by other commissioners. Bredesen told reporters after a building dedication at Belmont University that former Revenue Commissioner Reagan Farr and current Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matt Kisber had an "interesting idea" called Silicon Ranch that he wanted to help get off the ground. "I like those guys, I thought they had an interesting idea," Bredesen said. "I'd like to help ...

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Political notebook: Inquisitive first lady uncovers water problem
Gov. Bill Haslam credits his wife, Crissy, with discovering that water bills at the governor's official residence have been out of line by thousands of dollars per month for three years,
Legislative notebook: Lawmaker suggest tax increase to pay for Medicaid expansion
State Rep. Gary Odom, D-Nashville, Monday filed a bill that would increase Tennessee's cigarette tax by 44 cents per pack.
Greg Johnson: Health law removes incentive to work
Why work? This is no rhetorical question. Not in America. Not anymore.
Judge selection debate getting foggier
The quagmire that has enveloped Tennessee's judicial system thickened last week, even as Gov. Bill Haslam and former Gov. Phil Bredesen formed an alliance for campaigning toward a ballot-box resolution.

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