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Herbert Slatery

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Governor  Bill Haslam
Spouse  Cary Slatery
Name  Herbert Slatery

Political party  Republican
Preceded by  Robert Cooper
Party  Republican Party
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Alma mater  University of Virginia University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Role  Tennessee Attorney General
Office  Tennessee Attorney General since 2014
Children  Frances Slatery, Harrison Slatery
Education  University of Tennessee College of Law, University of Virginia

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Herbert H. Slatery III (born March 8, 1952) is an American attorney from the state of Tennessee. He serves as the Attorney General of Tennessee.

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Early life

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Herbert Slatery received his bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia and his law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

Career

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Slatery served as Haslam's campaign treasurer when Haslam ran for mayor of Knoxville, and as chief legal counsel during Haslam's governorship. The Supreme Court of Tennessee chose Slatery to succeed Robert E. Cooper, Jr. as attorney general on September 15, 2014. He was sworn in on October 1.

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In April 2016, Slatery argued that an anti-transgender discrimination bill would cost the state of Tennessee millions in federal funding. However, in May 2016, he said Tennessee would cover the legal costs incurred by lawsuits should specific schools in the state choose not to follow federal non-discrimination policies towards transgender students. He also decided to sue the United States Department of Education over the policy.

Although in June 2017, he originally joined with the Republican Attorneys General from nine other states, plus Idaho Governor Butch Otter, in threatening the Donald J. Trump administration that they would litigate if the president did not terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy that had been put into place by president Barack Obama, Slatery reversed his position and withdrew his support of the proposed suit on August 31st. He went further to urge passage of the DREAM Act.

Personal life

Slatery and his wife live in Nashville, Tennessee.

References

Herbert Slatery Wikipedia


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