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In a speech that Haslam acknowledged was stuffed with numbers, it was that prospect that drew emotion from the governor.

Haslam told the audience he focused so heavily on higher education because he knew first-hand it had the power to change lives.

Bill Haslam outlined a plan to expand the Tennessee Promise scholarship model to allow adults to attend community college tuition-free.

Expanding that model to adults, he said, was a natural next step.“We need to reach the working mother that went to college but didn’t complete, or the son with sons of his own who like his dad never went to college but knows that he needs to upgrade his skills," Haslam said in his prepared remarks.

"Tonight, I’m introducing the next step in making certain that everyone in Tennessee has the opportunity to earn their degree."The lawmakers and officials packed inside the House chambers responded to the announcement with a thunderous standing ovation that lasted several seconds.

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The governor said the plan focuses on three broad issues: funding, cutting regulation and education — "digital literacy." With lawmakers set to return to Nashville on Tuesday to officially convene the 110th General Assembly, the session is expected to cover a multitude of issues ranging from a potential gas tax increase to how to spend the state's budget surplus.

In a surprise announcement during his State of the State address Monday, Gov.

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The governor told lawmakers about his father, Jim Haslam, who was in the audience, who was able to attend college because of a scholarship.

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