Tennessee Commissioner of Commerce and Insurance Paula Flowersannounced she plans to leave her job.

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Ms. Flowers said she notified Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen ofher decision to leave the post she has held for nearly four years,but has set no departure date.

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"After careful thought and much discussion with my husband andthree sons, I have decided not to continue in my current position,"she said in a statement.

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As commissioner, Ms. Flowers has expanded regulatory informationavailable to the public as well as revamped the department'sinformation systems.

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The Tennessee native previously served as special counsel to thedepartment's TennCare Oversight Division, which is the state'spublic health insurance program.

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