Progress of the Past, Present and Future
Governor signs bill to make two years at a community college or college of applied technology free.
Gov. Haslam delivers the 2014 State of the State address from the House Chamber.
Watch Now >>
Get information on Gov. Haslam’s Drive to 55 education initiative
Go Now >>
Governor announces legislation aimed at methamphetamine production.
Governor introduces holiday events at the Capitol.
Join the movement and thousands of Tennesseans who are committed to being more active, eating healthier, and feeling better..
Haslam announces Tennessee has the largest academic growth in the nation in 2013.
Strategic approach to training as part of the Drive to 55.
Governor announces tire manufacturer's investment of $800 million and 1,800 jobs.
Governor says with skilled workers state can compete with anyone.
Governor sets goal of being fastest improving state in teacher salaries.
The Governor’s Children’s Cabinet announces the launch of kidcentraltn.com, with information on health, education, development and support to Tennessee families.
Visit the site »
Gov. Haslam discusses why increasing the number of Tennesseans with post-secondary credentials is so critical to Tennessee’s future.
Today we think of those who answered the call, and we give thanks to those who commit their lives to helping others.
A major investment announcement for jobs in Nashville.
State announces top schools for achievement and growth.
Governor launches statewide initiative promoting more physical activity, healthier food choices.
New TSAC endowment will provide assistance for community college students as part of the Drive to 55 initiative
Gov. Haslam joins WGU leadership to sign memorandum of understanding creating Western Governors University Tennessee
A video wrap-up of a number of grant announcements for West Tennessee communities and the signing of this year’s gang-enhanced sentencing bill.
Gov. Bill Haslam signs the Workers' Compensation Reform Act of 2013, an important step in improving Tennessee's business climate.
The results are in and Tennessee educators reported improved work environments in a broad range of categories, all shown to correlate to increased student achievement.
Governor & First Lady Haslam offer remarks at the 2013 Tennessee Prayer breakfast at Lipscomb University.
Learn more about Governor Haslam’s plan to pursue real health care reform in Tennessee.
Tennessee has the third lowest overall tax burden in the nation and we're actively working to keep taxes low.
Gov. Haslam outlines a new initiative aimed at increasing Tennessee's exports by ten percent in the next three years.
Learn more about Governor Haslam’s plan to bring clarity and fairness to Tennessee’s outdated workers’ compensation system.
Learn how WGU Tennessee will fill a critical gap in our postsecondary landscape and help us reach this ambitious goal.
Gov. Haslam delivered his 2013 State of the State Address at 6:00 p.m. CST on Monday, January 28.
Watch the highlights >>
Gov. Haslam talked about the issue with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in Nashville at an event hosted by SCORE, the State Collaborative on Reforming Education.
Gov. Haslam previews his priorities for this year’s historic legislative session.
Explore the second year of the Haslam administration via this interactive timeline.
Go Now »