NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Gov. Bill Haslam will be in southeast Tennessee early in the week then return to Nashville to host the National Governors Association summer meeting July 10-13.
On Tuesday, the Republican governor will visit Pikeville, Dunlap and Monteagle to make agriculture and transportation grant announcements.
He is scheduled to be back in Nashville by Thursday for the beginning of the NGA meeting being held at the Omni Hotel.
Vice President Joe Biden is also scheduled to attend the opening session of the meeting, which concludes on Sunday.
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