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Bill Haslam

2015 State of the State Address

Governor Haslam
Tennessee State Capitol
Nashville, TN 37243-0001
Phone: 615-741-2001
Fax: 615-532-9711

Southern Governors' Representative
Beth Tipps, Deputy Director of Policy & Research





Tennessee News Digest

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2/25/2015 TN Gov. Haslam Announces Unipres USA Inc. to Expand Portland FacilitiesGlobal Automotive parts manufacturer will expand by adding new presses and building space, create 435 jobs. [Read More]
2/24/2015 TN Gov. Haslam: Parkdale Mills to Expand Mountain City Manufacturing FacilityGlobal spun yarn producer to invest $120 million, create 80 jobs in Johnson County. [Read More]
2/11/2015 TN Gov Haslam: Pilot Program Encourages Microenterprise "LiftTN: Microenterprise" aimed at helping businesses that have five or fewer employees to expand. [Read More]
2/2/2015 TN Gov. Haslam Announces DENSO Manufacturing to Expand OperationsLeading global automotive supplier to invest more than $85 million, create 400 jobs. [Read More]
1/29/2015 TN Gov. Haslam Announces TeamHealth to Expand, Build New FacilityCompany will invest $16.8 million; create 450 jobs. [Read More]
1/5/2015 Gov. Haslam: Tennessee Named Economic Development 'State of the Year'Volunteer State wins accolade for second consecutive year; first state to win award in back-to-back years. [Read More]
12/17/2014 Gov. Haslam Announces Insure Tennessee PlanProvides health care coverage to more citizens while addressing health outcomes and cost. [Read More]
12/16/2014 TN Gov. Haslam Announces Yamaha Jet Boat USA, Inc. to ExpandNo. 1 selling jet boat manufacturer to invest $17.7 Million, create 150 jobs in Vonore operations. [Read More]
12/12/2014 TN Gov. Haslam Announces Target Corporation to Locate New Online Fulfillment Center in MemphisTarget will invest upwards of $50 million in facility and create more than 400 jobs. [Read More]
12/11/2014 TN Gov. Haslam Outlines Initiatives To Support TeachersProposals address testing, evaluations, local control and teacher input. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Jobs & Economic Development

Education & Workforce Development

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