(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- The state has announced that a full-time executive director and two part-time directors have been appointed to the newly-formed Tennessee Regulatory Authority (TRA).
The announcement came on Tuesday with the state disclosing that Earl Taylor has been appointed to the executive director post; and James Allison and Herbert Hilliard appointed as the other directors.
"It is our job to make state government as accountable and responsive as possible to Tennesseans," Governor Bill Haslam said in a statement. "These appointees bring years of experience and expertise to the TRA."
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