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Active Tennessee Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
SB2688As introduced, subject to local approval, expands application of the hotel motel tax to include campgrounds in which rooms, lodgings, or accommodations are furnished to transients for a consideration. - Amends Chapter 144 of the Private Acts of 1983.2016-05-23
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 68
SJR0467Directs the commencement of legal action, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief, from the federal government's mandated appropriation of state revenue and noncompliance with the Refugee Act.2016-05-20
Returned by Governor without signature.
SB2664As introduced, subject to local approval, permits qualified voters in the state who own property in the city to vote in city elections. - Amends Chapter 75 of the Private Acts of 2005.2016-05-17
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 67
SB2689As introduced, subject to local approval, moves the date of the city election to coincide with the August general county election; extends the four-year terms of office of the mayor and council members elected at the regular city elections held in Se...2016-05-17
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 66
SJR0844Adjourns 109th General Assembly sine die at close of business on April 22, 2016.2016-05-13
Signed by H. Speaker
SB2658As introduced, subject to local approval, creates the Tullahoma utilities authority. - Amends Chapter 553 of the Acts of 1903.2016-05-02
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 54
SB2678As introduced, subject to local approval, rewrites city charter. - Amends Chapter 227 of the Private Acts of 1992; as amended.2016-05-02
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 57
SB2677As introduced, subject to local approval, decreases the number of required monthly meeting times of the board of mayor and aldermen, from two to one. - Amends Chapter 50 of the Private Acts of 1979.2016-05-02
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 56
SB2675As introduced, subject to local approval, authorizes the appointment of a vice mayor; allows for the mayor to be paid a salary, to be set by ordinance. - Amends Chapter 365 of the Private Acts of 1923; as amended.2016-05-02
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 51
SB2679As introduced, subject to local approval, amends charter relative to the appointment of city officers by the city council, in addition to residency requirements, tenure, salaries, and termination provisions for such officers; specifies that the remov...2016-05-02
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 53

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Del. David Byrd [R]410Syndicate content
Del. Kevin Brooks [R]376Syndicate content
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Sen. Ken Yager [R]327Syndicate content
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Most Viewed Tennessee Bills

BillSummaryText
HB0873As introduced, deletes the offense for a person to distribute a small amount of marijuana not in excess of one-half ounce (14.175 grams); increases the amount of marijuana, from one-half ounce to one ounce, that a person must possess, casually exchan...Bill Text
SB1556As enacted, declares that no person providing counseling or therapy services will be required to counsel or serve a client as to goals, outcomes, or behaviors that conflict with the sincerely held principles of the counselor or therapist; requires su...Bill Text
SB1211As introduced, deletes the offense for a person to distribute a small amount of marijuana not in excess of one-half ounce (14.175 grams); increases the amount of marijuana, from one-half ounce to one ounce, that a person must possess, casually exchan...Bill Text
HB0535As introduced, permits a person who is not otherwise prohibited from possessing a firearm to possess a firearm, openly or concealed, regardless of whether the person has a handgun permit. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70.Bill Text
SB1110As enacted, prohibits the use of public funds, personnel, or property to enforce any federal law or regulation that regulates the ownership, use, or possession of firearms, ammunition, or firearms accessories, if the expenditure or use of the personn...Bill Text
HB0644As enacted, enacts the "Revenue Modernization Act." - Amends TCA Title 67, Chapter 4, Part 20; Title 67, Chapter 4, Part 21; Title 67, Chapter 4, Part 7 and Title 67, Chapter 6.Bill Text
HB1840As enacted, declares that no person providing counseling or therapy services will be required to counsel or serve a client as to goals, outcomes, or behaviors that conflict with the sincerely held principles of the counselor or therapist; requires su...Bill Text
SB0660As introduced, enacts the "Medical Cannabis Access Act." - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 29; Title 4, Chapter 3, Part 2; Title 39; Title 43; Title 53, Chapter 11; Title 63 and Title 68.Bill Text
HB0995As enacted, allows permit holders to carry handguns in parks and other public recreation areas owned or operated by local governments except when the property is in use by a school for an athletic event or other school-related activity; prohibits per...Bill Text
SB1736As enacted, provides immunity from civil liability to a person, business, or other entity that owns, controls, or manages property and has the authority to prohibit weapons on that property by positing, with respect to any claim based on the person's...Bill Text

Most Monitored Tennessee Bills

BillSummaryText
HB0873As introduced, deletes the offense for a person to distribute a small amount of marijuana not in excess of one-half ounce (14.175 grams); increases the amount of marijuana, from one-half ounce to one ounce, that a person must possess, casually exchan...Bill Text
SB1211As introduced, deletes the offense for a person to distribute a small amount of marijuana not in excess of one-half ounce (14.175 grams); increases the amount of marijuana, from one-half ounce to one ounce, that a person must possess, casually exchan...Bill Text
HB0535As introduced, permits a person who is not otherwise prohibited from possessing a firearm to possess a firearm, openly or concealed, regardless of whether the person has a handgun permit. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70.Bill Text
SB1483As introduced, authorizes anyone 21 years of age or older who is not prohibited by law from possessing a handgun to carry a handgun without a permit under the same circumstances and in the same places as a handgun permit holder. - Amends TCA Title 39...Bill Text
SB0660As introduced, enacts the "Medical Cannabis Access Act." - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 29; Title 4, Chapter 3, Part 2; Title 39; Title 43; Title 53, Chapter 11; Title 63 and Title 68.Bill Text
SB0784As introduced, enacts the "Open Carry Firearms Freedom Act of 2015." - Amends TCA Title 10, Chapter 7; Title 33; Title 38; Title 39; Title 40 and Title 70.Bill Text
HB1736As enacted, permits full-time employees of state public colleges or universities who possess handgun carry permit to carry a handgun while on property owned, operated, or controlled by the employing college or university if certain requirements are m...Bill Text
SB0780As introduced, permits a person who is not otherwise prohibited from possessing a firearm to possess a firearm, openly or concealed, regardless of whether the person has a handgun permit. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70.Bill Text
HB1748As introduced, authorizes anyone 21 years of age or older who is not prohibited by law from possessing a handgun to carry a handgun without a permit under the same circumstances and in the same places as a handgun permit holder. - Amends TCA Title 39...Bill Text
HB2414As introduced, requires students in public schools and public institutions of higher education to use restrooms and locker rooms that are assigned to persons of the same sex as that shown on the students' birth certificates. - Amends TCA Title 49.Bill Text

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