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SB2653PassAs enacted, makes appropriations for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2015, and July 1, 2016.
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2016-06-10
Pub. Ch. 758
HB2629PassAs enacted, makes appropriations for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2015, and July 1, 2016.
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2016-06-10
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 758
HB1611PassAs enacted, extends the board of pharmacy two years to June 30, 2018; requires the board to appear before the government operations joint evaluation committee on education, health and general welfare no later than November 18, 2016, to provide an upd...
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2016-06-10
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 773
SB1507PassAs enacted, extends the board of pharmacy two years to June 30, 2018; requires the board to appear before the government operations joint evaluation committee on education, health and general welfare no later than November 18, 2016, to provide an upd...
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2016-06-10
Pub. Ch. 773
SB2611PassAs enacted, increases the classification of the offense statutory rape by an authority figure from a Class C felony to a Class B felony; revises certain elements of the offense. - Amends TCA Section 39-13-532.
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1086
SB2595PassAs enacted, revises the provisions governing eligibility and funding for the community college reconnect grant. - Amends Chapter 363 of the Public Acts of 2015.
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1081
SB2125PassAs enacted, excludes from the definition of marijuana, cannabis oil containing the substance cannabidiol, with less than 0.6 percent THC, including the necessary seeds and plants, when manufactured, processed, transferred, dispensed, or possessed by ...
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1083
HB2399PassAs enacted, increases the classification of the offense statutory rape by an authority figure from a Class C felony to a Class B felony; revises certain elements of the offense. - Amends TCA Section 39-13-532.
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1086
HB2343PassAs enacted, requires the county mayor of each county, after taking charge of lands bought by the county at delinquent tax sales, to evaluate the property, within 90 to 120 days, and determine whether the value of the property or amount of money the c...
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1085
HB2530PassAs enacted, authorizes counties and cities to establish programs allowing indigent persons who have been convicted of driving while their license is suspended or revoked to complete community service in lieu of paying the fine or costs for the convic...
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1087
SB2149PassAs enacted, authorizes counties and cities to establish programs allowing indigent persons who have been convicted of driving while their license is suspended or revoked to complete community service in lieu of paying the fine or costs for the convic...
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1087
SB2128PassAs enacted, revises certain budgeting procedures for county governments. - Amends TCA Title 5.
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1080
SB2370PassAs enacted, prohibits an authority in Hamilton County from requiring a property owner who leases residential property, the property owner's agent, or a subsequent tenant of the property to pay or to guarantee the payment of charges, penalties, or oth...
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1082
HB2342PassAs enacted, specifies that 10 years' experience as a wildlife officer may be substituted for the requirement of a bachelor's degree for a person to qualify for the position of wildlife officer with the wildlife resources agency. - Amends TCA Title 8 ...
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1084
HB2144PassAs enacted, excludes from the definition of marijuana, cannabis oil containing the substance cannabidiol, with less than 0.6 percent THC, including the necessary seeds and plants, when manufactured, processed, transferred, dispensed, or possessed by ...
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1083
HB2119PassAs enacted, prohibits an authority in Hamilton County from requiring a property owner who leases residential property, the property owner's agent, or a subsequent tenant of the property to pay or to guarantee the payment of charges, penalties, or oth...
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1082
HB2117PassAs enacted, revises the provisions governing eligibility and funding for the community college reconnect grant. - Amends Chapter 363 of the Public Acts of 2015.
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1081
SB1949PassAs enacted, requires the county mayor of each county, after taking charge of lands bought by the county at delinquent tax sales, to evaluate the property, within 90 to 120 days, and determine whether the value of the property or amount of money the c...
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1085
HB2087PassAs enacted, revises certain budgeting procedures for county governments. - Amends TCA Title 5.
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1080
SB1463PassAs enacted, specifies that 10 years' experience as a wildlife officer may be substituted for the requirement of a bachelor's degree for a person to qualify for the position of wildlife officer with the wildlife resources agency. - Amends TCA Title 8 ...
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1084
SB1200PassAs enacted, permits a court to dismiss or continue a nuisance action if the property owner was unaware of the nuisance prior to receiving notice and has taken steps to abate the nuisance after receiving notice. - Amends TCA Title 29, Chapter 3.
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2016-05-24
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1067
HB0255PassAs enacted, permits a court to dismiss or continue a nuisance action if the property owner was unaware of the nuisance prior to receiving notice and has taken steps to abate the nuisance after receiving notice. - Amends TCA Title 29, Chapter 3.
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2016-05-24
Pub. Ch. 1067
HB2663PassAs 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.
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2016-05-23
Pr. Ch. 68
SB2688PassAs 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.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pr. Ch. 68
SB2576PassAs enacted, requires an officer who arrests a person for a DUI-related offense to exercise, after the arrest but prior to the determination of bail for the arrest, due diligence in determining the existence of prior arrests for, and violations of, DU...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1075
SB2481PassAs enacted, removes the random verification audit requirement; revises certain provisions governing disqualification for benefits and regaining eligibility after sickness, disability, or pregnancy. - Amends TCA Title 50, Chapter 7.
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1063
HB2512PassAs enacted, removes the random verification audit requirement; revises certain provisions governing disqualification for benefits and regaining eligibility after sickness, disability, or pregnancy. - Amends TCA Title 50, Chapter 7.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1063
HB2156PassAs enacted, increases the amount on which property tax reimbursement will be paid from the first $23,000 to the first $23,500 for low-income, elderly homeowners and for disabled homeowners; removes the income limitation applicable for tax relief for ...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1065
HB2248PassAs enacted, prohibits the expenditure of state funds by the University of Tennessee to promote the use of gender neutral pronouns, to promote or inhibit the celebration of religious holidays, or to fund or support sex week; specifies that all funds i...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1066
HB1977PassAs enacted, enacts the "TennCare Omnibus Act of 2016". - Amends TCA Title 4 and Title 71.
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1079
SB1912PassAs enacted, prohibits the expenditure of state funds by the University of Tennessee to promote the use of gender neutral pronouns, to promote or inhibit the celebration of religious holidays, or to fund or support sex week; specifies that all funds i...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1066
SB1796PassAs enacted, increases the amount on which property tax reimbursement will be paid from the first $23,000 to the first $23,500 for low-income, elderly homeowners and for disabled homeowners; removes the income limitation applicable for tax relief for ...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1065
SB1722PassAs enacted, enacts the "TennCare Omnibus Act of 2016". - Amends TCA Title 4 and Title 71.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1079
SB1692PassAs enacted, requires, upon the filing of a suit for partition of real or personal property, the parties to submit the names of three commissioners selected and agreed upon by the parties; specifies that if the parties are unable to agree, the judge w...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1078
SB1670PassAs enacted, expands the authority of a court to order grandparent visitation when the child is not in the custody of the parent and when the grandparent's relationship has been severely reduced. - Amends TCA Title 36, Chapter 6, Part 3.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1076
SB1589PassAs enacted, redesignates, from nonmoving to moving, traffic violations for transmitting or reading written messages on hand-held devices while driving; requires that first offenders for transmitting or reading written messages on hand-held devices wh...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1077
HB1527PassAs enacted, requires, upon the filing of a suit for partition of real or personal property, the parties to submit the names of three commissioners selected and agreed upon by the parties; specifies that if the parties are unable to agree, the judge w...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1078
HB1511PassAs enacted, redesignates, from nonmoving to moving, traffic violations for transmitting or reading written messages on hand-held devices while driving; requires that first offenders for transmitting or reading written messages on hand-held devices wh...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1077
HB1476PassAs enacted, expands the authority of a court to order grandparent visitation when the child is not in the custody of the parent and when the grandparent's relationship has been severely reduced. - Amends TCA Title 36, Chapter 6, Part 3.
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1076
HB1427PassAs enacted, requires an officer who arrests a person for a DUI-related offense to exercise, after the arrest but prior to the determination of bail for the arrest, due diligence in determining the existence of prior arrests for, and violations of, DU...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1075
HB1413PassAs enacted, requires that any petition regarding child custody include an affirmative statement setting out all applicable adjudications, if the petitioner knows whether a child has ever been adjudicated by a court as a dependent and neglected or abu...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1074
SB1436PassAs enacted, requires that any petition regarding child custody include an affirmative statement setting out all applicable adjudications, if the petitioner knows whether a child has ever been adjudicated by a court as a dependent and neglected or abu...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1074
SB1372PassAs enacted, requires a law enforcement officer, when the officer responds to a report of certain offenses related to domestic violence, to inform the victim of the statewide automated victim information and notification service and to provide certain...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1073
HB1270PassAs enacted, requires a law enforcement officer, when the officer responds to a report of certain offenses related to domestic violence, to inform the victim of the statewide automated victim information and notification service and to provide certain...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1073
HB0978PassAs enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Native Species Lumber Act." - Amends TCA Title 5; Title 6; Title 43, Chapter 28, Part 3 and Title 68, Chapter 120.
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1071
HB0985PassAs enacted, prohibits members of a county legislative body from voting on matters in which they have a conflict of interest; authorizes legislative bodies of any metropolitan and charter form of government to opt out. - Amends TCA Title 2; Title 5; T...
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2016-05-23
Pub. Ch. 1072
SB0844PassAs enacted, authorizes a terminal building of a commercial air carrier airport that is a member of the Tennessee Association of Air Carrier Airports to obtain a retail license to sell certain alcoholic beverages; revises certain provisions governing ...
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1068
SB0799PassAs enacted, exempts compressed natural gas from sales tax in the same manner that the present law exempts motor fuel and liquified gas from sales tax. - Amends TCA Title 67, Chapter 3 and Title 67, Chapter 6.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1070
SB0822PassAs enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Native Species Lumber Act." - Amends TCA Title 5; Title 6; Title 43, Chapter 28, Part 3 and Title 68, Chapter 120.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1071
SB0787PassAs enacted, specifies that the chair of the county election commission must be a member of the majority party, and the secretary must be a member of a minority party. - Amends TCA Title 2; Title 4; Title 5; Title 6 and Title 7.
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2016-05-23
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1069
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