Tennessee Legislature | 2021-2022 | 112th General Assembly | Adjourned Sine Die

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BillSummaryAction
SJR0913Proposes an amendment to Article II, Section 31 of the Constitution of Tennessee authorizing the governing body or state official charged with carrying out the purpose or objectives of a fund or trust that is administered or invested by the Treasury ...2022-05-17
Signed by H. Speaker
SJR0055Proposes amendment to remove Article IX, Section 1 of the Constitution of Tennessee, which provides that no minister of the gospel, or priest of any denomination whatsoever, shall be eligible to a seat in either house of the legislature.2022-05-17
Signed by H. Speaker
SJR1866Adjourns 112th General Assembly sine die on April 28, 2022.2022-05-09
Transmitted to Governor for action.
SB0562As introduced, deletes statutes on marriage licensing and ceremonies; limits the jurisdiction of circuit courts and chancery courts in cases involving the definition of common law marriage to the principles of common law marriage. - Amends TCA Title ...2022-04-28
Sponsor(s) Added.
SB1829As introduced, requires the board, in consultation with the department of education, to develop an alternative graduation pathway for high school students interested in pursuing technical training or a technical career after graduation; authorizes th...2022-04-28
SB2672As introduced, grants state employees up to five days of leave to care for a minor child that is required to stay home as the result of a COVID-19 infection or school closure; prohibits counting such leave from against the employee's accumulated sick...2022-04-28
SB2382As introduced, requires the public utility commission to report to the general assembly concerning the status of the functioning of universal service mechanisms on or before March 1, 2023, and on or before March 1 thereafter. - Amends TCA Title 4; Ti...2022-04-28
SB2226As introduced, reduces from 30 to 21 days the period of time within which a child care agency, substitute pool, or staffing agency must report to the department of human services the occurrence of an employee leaving employment. - Amends TCA Title 49...2022-04-28
HB2723As introduced, grants state employees up to five days of leave to care for a minor child that is required to stay home as the result of a COVID-19 infection or school closure; prohibits counting such leave from against the employee's accumulated sick...2022-04-28
Comp. SB subst.
HJR1392Raeven Brooks, Milken Educator Award2022-04-28
Engrossed; ready for transmission to Sen.

Top Tennessee Sponsors

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Rep. William Lamberth [R]569Syndicate content
Rep. Patsy Hazlewood [R]502Syndicate content
Rep. Chris Todd [R]423Syndicate content
Rep. Ron Gant [R]419Syndicate content
Rep. John Ragan [R]419Syndicate content
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Sen. Steve Southerland [R]515Syndicate content
Sen. Raumesh Akbari [D]471Syndicate content
Sen. Kerry Roberts [R]453Syndicate content
Sen. Jack Johnson [R]440Syndicate content
Sen. Becky Massey [R]439Syndicate content

Top Tennessee Committees

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Covid-1926Syndicate content
Calendar and Rules9Syndicate content
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Finance, Ways & Means5Syndicate content
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Judiciary362Syndicate content
Commerce and Labor245Syndicate content
Education227Syndicate content
Finance, Ways and Means139Syndicate content
Health and Welfare104Syndicate content

Most Viewed Tennessee Bills

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HB0580As enacted, deletes several obsolete provisions and makes various substantive changes to education laws; establishes parameters for the teaching of certain concepts related to race and sex. - Amends TCA Title 4 and Title 49.Bill Text
HB0800As introduced, prohibits the state textbook and instructional materials quality commission from recommending or listing, the state board of education from approving for local adoption or from granting a waiver for, and LEAs and public charter schools...Bill Text
SB0966As introduced, increases the maximum percentage of the sentence imposed by the court that can be reduced by sentence credits from 15 percent to 35 percent for certain offenses and makes other related changes. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40, Chapt...Bill Text
HB0010As introduced, removes provisions in current law that override the ability of various persons to object to vaccinations, immunizations, or other medical procedures on the basis of religious tenets and practices. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 7; Title 3...Bill Text
SB0623As enacted, deletes several obsolete provisions and makes various substantive changes to education laws; establishes parameters for the teaching of certain concepts related to race and sex. - Amends TCA Title 4 and Title 49.Bill Text
SB0118As enacted, creates the medical cannabis commission; exempts from the definition of marijuana oil containing the substance cannabidiol, with less than 0.9% of THC for use by a person with certain health issues, if certain other requirements met. - Am...Bill Text
HB0018As introduced, creates exceptions to the offense of open or concealed carrying of a firearm with the intent to go armed for any person legally in possession and not prohibited from possessing a firearm; converts existing defenses to be exceptions. - ...Bill Text
SB9014As enacted, revises and adds provisions relative to COVID-19; transfers certain existing provisions (such as liability provisions) and adds the new provisions to a newly created title in TCA (Title 14); specifies that the provisions of the newly crea...Bill Text
HB0013As enacted, establishes certain restrictions on requiring persons to be vaccinated for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5; Title 6; Title 7; Title 8; Title 49; Title 50 and Title 68.Bill Text
SB0765As enacted, creates an exception to the offense of unlawful carrying of a firearm, if a person meets age requirements, lawfully possesses the handgun, and is in a place that the person is lawfully present; revises other firearm statutes. - Amends TCA...Bill Text

Most Monitored Tennessee Bills

BillSummaryText
SB0966As introduced, increases the maximum percentage of the sentence imposed by the court that can be reduced by sentence credits from 15 percent to 35 percent for certain offenses and makes other related changes. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40, Chapt...Bill Text
HB0800As introduced, prohibits the state textbook and instructional materials quality commission from recommending or listing, the state board of education from approving for local adoption or from granting a waiver for, and LEAs and public charter schools...Bill Text
HB0784As enacted, allows the department to contract with entities and organizations, including local governments, to create or operate community-based alternatives to incarceration; rewrites various provisions regarding community corrections, probation, pr...Bill Text
HB0018As introduced, creates exceptions to the offense of open or concealed carrying of a firearm with the intent to go armed for any person legally in possession and not prohibited from possessing a firearm; converts existing defenses to be exceptions. - ...Bill Text
SB1216As introduced, prohibits the state textbook and instructional materials quality commission from recommending or listing, the state board of education from approving for local adoption or from granting a waiver for, and LEAs and public charter schools...Bill Text
HB0003As enacted, requires that a student's gender for purposes of participation in a public middle school or high school interscholastic athletic activity or event be determined by the student's sex at the time of the student's birth, as indicated on the ...Bill Text
HB1532As introduced, reduces the portion of a person's sentence for first degree murder that must be served prior to becoming eligible for parole to 60 percent of 60 years if sentenced to imprisonment for life for an offense committed during certain dates ...Bill Text
HB2572As enacted, creates a task force to study retirement benefits for law enforcement officers. - Amends TCA Title 8, Chapter 34; Title 8, Chapter 35 and Title 8, Chapter 36.Bill Text
SB0765As enacted, creates an exception to the offense of unlawful carrying of a firearm, if a person meets age requirements, lawfully possesses the handgun, and is in a place that the person is lawfully present; revises other firearm statutes. - Amends TCA...Bill Text
SB0007As introduced, removes provisions in current law that override the ability of various persons to object to vaccinations, immunizations, or other medical procedures on the basis of religious tenets and practices. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 7; Title 3...Bill Text

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