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  • TN Together

    Tennessee's comprehensive plan and set of resources to end the opioid crisis

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  • An Education Transformation

    Map and data highlight Tennessee's progress on student achievement

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  • FY 2018-19 Budget Hearings

    Recorded video of the governor's budget hearings

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  • Governor's Excellence in Service Awards

    Learn more about the Spring 2017 recipients

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  • IMPROVE Act

    Provides largest tax cut in state history, attracts manufacturing jobs and delivers 962 transportation projects

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  • TNFosters

    Learn how to become a foster parent or support foster families in Tennessee

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  • kidcentral tn

    Visit kidcentraltn.com, Tennessee's one-stop shop for information on children's health, education, development and support

    • Haslam Announces Aggressive, Comprehensive Plan To End Tennessee's Opioid Epidemic

      Monday, January 22, 2018 | 02:16pm

      NASHVILLE – Joined by leadership from the House and Senate and Chief Justice Jeff Bivins, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam on Monday announced an aggressive and comprehensive plan to end the opioid epidemic in Tennessee by focusing on three major components: prevention, treatment and law enforcement. TN Together is a multi-faceted initiative that addresses the issue of opioid addiction through legislation, proposed funding in the governor’s 2018-19 budget and executive actions. TN Together is a collective effort and has been designed in partnership with the General Assembly through the Ad Hoc Opioid Abuse Task Force established by Speaker Beth Harwell and chaired by Speaker Pro Tem Curtis Johnson and a working group established by Haslam that included Harwell and Lt. Gov. Randy McNally’s appointee, Speaker Pro Tem Ferrell Haile.

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    • Haslam Announces Tennessee Ends 2017 with 28,000+ New Jobs

      Thursday, January 18, 2018 | 01:56pm

      NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips today announced Tennessee ended 2017 with more than 28,000 new jobs across the state in the last year and an unemployment rate nearly 2 percentage points lower than 2016.

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    Schedule

    • Opioid Plan Announcement

      January 22, 2018
      2:00 pm 

      State Capitol, Old Supreme Court Chamber, 600 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN, MEDIA – Open, avail


    • Capitol to Classroom visit

      January 23, 2018
      9:00 am 

      Freedom Intermediate School, 840 Glass Ln, Franklin, TN, MEDIA – Open, avail