Republican Gov. Bill Haslam speaks to reporters at the state Capitol in Nashville. Haslam has been steadfast in his defense of a move in his first day in office last month to scuttle his predecessor's requirement for the governor and his senior staff to disclose the amount of their outside earnings. The wording of the release and internal e-mails obtained by The Associated Press through a public records request indicate that senior advisers carefully planned the media strategy for informing the public about the decision. (AP Photo/Erik Schelzig)
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam speaks to reporters at the state Capitol in Nashville. Haslam has been steadfast in his defense of a move in his first day in office last month to scuttle his predecessor's requirement for the governor and his senior staff to disclose the amount of their outside earnings. The wording of the release and internal e-mails obtained by The Associated Press through a public records request indicate that senior advisers carefully planned the media strategy for informing the public about the decision. (AP Photo/Erik Schelzig)
published Friday, February 4th, 2011
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NASHVILLE — Advisers to Republican Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam carefully timed the release of news that he was scuttling his predecessor's requirement for the governor and his senior staff to disclose the amount of their outside earnings.

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