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  • Hurricane Florence Resources

    Information on how to support the Carolinas and for evacuees temporarily relocating to Tennessee.

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  • Excellence in Service Awards

    Governor Haslam honors 23 state employees for outstanding service.

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  • Tennessee’s Top Marks in Academic Standards

    State ranks as most improved in rigor of academic standards

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  • #servingTN

    Learn more about how Tennesseans are serving their fellow citizens through the work of state government.

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  • Tennessee Will Lead

    Learn more about Governor Haslam’s challenge to Tennessee.

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  • TN Together

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

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  • TNFosters

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

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    • Haslam Announces Jennifer Donnals as Director of Communications

      Friday, August 31, 2018 | 09:47am

      NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today named Jennifer Donnals as director of communications for his administration. Donnals most recently served as press secretary to the governor. “Over the past three years, Jennifer has been a key member of our team, leading many of our communications and media relations efforts,” Haslam said. “Jennifer’s expertise and relationships both within the administration and without will only help us as we continue to share Tennessee’s successes in education, jobs, and efficient and effective government.”

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    • Tennessee Unemployment Holds Steady for Third Consecutive Month

      Thursday, August 16, 2018 | 01:54pm

      NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips today released the statewide unemployment rate for July 2018, and for the third consecutive month the statistic has remained at a historically low 3.5 percent. Tennessee’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has not only remained unchanged since May, it mirrors the 3.5 percent recorded during the same time period in 2017.

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