TN Legislation | 2021-2022 | 112th General Assembly

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HB9033Intro
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As introduced, creates a private right of action for an employee who suffers injury as a result of receiving a COVID-19 vaccination if the employee receives the vaccination because of an employment requirement established by the employer; allows the ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9045Intro
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As introduced, exempts any person who has previously been infected with COVID-19 from any public or private COVID-19 mandate; provides for a cause of action for any person unable to obtain an exemption after providing proof of prior COVID-19 infectio...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9053Intro
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As introduced, schedules a rule filed by the department of labor and workforce development regarding the occupational safety and health standards COVID-19 emergency temporary rule to expire on the effective date of this act.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9058Intro
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As introduced, prohibits the state from withholding or reducing state funding to an LEA due to the LEA implementing COVID-19 health and safety protocols. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 9 and Title 49.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9055Intro
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As introduced, expands the offense of civil rights intimidation to create a Class D felony, punishable by a fine not to exceed $5,000, for taking adverse action against an employee who has expressly objected to the COVID-19 vaccination based upon the...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9020Intro
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As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee COVID-19 Treatment Freedom Act"; prohibits the board of medical examiners and board of osteopathic examination from disciplining a licensed physician relating solely to the physician's prescription, recommendation...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9056Intro
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As introduced, authorizes up to 10 days of paid COVID-19 sick leave for full-time and part-time public school employees, including employees caring for a family member who has COVID-19 or who live with a person who has COVID-19; requires the departme...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9021Intro
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As introduced, prohibits discrimination based on COVID-19 vaccination status or whether an individual has an immunity passport. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 21; Title 33; Title 37; Title 49; Title 50; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9070Intro
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As introduced, makes appropriations sufficient to provide the first year's funding for any act which receives final passage during the third extraordinary session of the 112th General Assembly.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9073Intro
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As introduced, adds cash as a form of eligible collateral for purposes of the collateral required to be pledged to secure public deposits; decreases the collateral pledge level for public deposits held by collateral pool banks. - Amends TCA Title 9, ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HJR9003Intro
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Forrest High School varsity softball team, TSSAA Division I, Class AA state champions
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9039Intro
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As introduced, prohibits requirements for receiving a medical intervention for COVID-19 or wearing a mask. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 50; Title 63 and Title 68.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9061Intro
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As introduced, prohibits discrimination by an entertainment venue against an individual based on the individual's vaccination status, whether the individual has a vaccine passport, or whether the individual has a document showing proof of a negative ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9077Intro
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As introduced, allows a former employee to receive unemployment benefits if the employee's separation from employment was due to his or her refusal to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. - Amends TCA Title 9; Title 14; Title 29; Title 38; Title 49; Title...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9046Intro
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As introduced, enacts the "Stop Medical and Employer Required Tyranny Act." - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5; Title 6; Title 7; Title 29; Title 49 and Title 68.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9060Intro
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As introduced, authorizes employees of public and private employers to refuse a requirement by the employer that the employee receive a vaccine for COVID-19 as a condition of employment based on the employee's strongly held religious beliefs or right...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9051Intro
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As introduced, clarifies that the term "discharge" includes placing an employee on involuntary unpaid leave or unpaid leave of absence without expectation of return; specifies that placing an employee on involuntary unpaid leave or an unpaid leave of...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9029Intro
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As introduced, reduces the time period, from 60 days to 21 days, that the governor can declare a state of emergency; requires the general assembly to authorize an extension of the state of emergency by joint resolution; prohibits the governor from sh...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9050Intro
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As introduced, specifies that an employee can satisfy an employer's COVID-19 vaccination mandate by providing documentation of a complete immunization to COVID-19 or alternative documentation showing the presence of antibodies or proof of a past COVI...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HJR8014PassConnor Henson, Columbia Academy, TSSAA Division II-A Cross Country State Champion
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2021-10-26
Signed by Governor.
HJR8015PassColumbia Academy Lady Bulldogs, 2021 state champions
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2021-10-26
Signed by Governor.
HB9009Intro
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As introduced, prohibits state funds from being appropriated or disbursed to or expended by a public or private entity that implements a COVID-19 vaccination or mask-wearing requirement as a condition of entry; requires the department of finance and ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HJR9002Intro
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Sergeant Steven Brooks
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9013Intro
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As introduced, prohibits a healthcare practitioner from providing a minor patient an immunization, vaccination, or injection for the SARS-CoV-2 virus or a variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus without consent from the minor's legal guardians; requires lice...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SR9001Intro
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Sunset Restaurant
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9010Intro
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As introduced, prohibits K-12 schools that receive state funds from requiring students to be immunized against COVID-19 and from segregating students based on their COVID-19 immunization status. - Amends TCA Title 49.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SB9002Intro
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As introduced, prohibits public employers from mandating COVID-19 vaccines as a condition of employment; requires private employers to document certain information regarding COVID-19 vaccine mandates for employees; imputes strict liability against pr...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9015Intro
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As introduced, establishes uniform standards for face covering requirements in schools due to COVID-19 by authorizing a local board of education or public charter school governing body to revise its dress code or code of conduct to establish that wea...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9018Intro
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As introduced, requires the court to appoint a district attorney general pro tem for the purpose of prosecuting a a particular offense when a district attorney general publicly states that any person accused of committing such an offense will not be ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HJR8008PassTommy Whittaker
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2021-10-26
Signed by Governor.
HB9016Intro
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As introduced, authorizes private employers to adopt dress codes for employment and service that require employees and persons on the employer's business premises to wear a mask to protect against COVID-19; provides immunity to private employers who ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9012Intro
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As introduced, requires a person or entity that requires COVID-19 vaccination or proof of COVID-19 vaccination except in cases of religious exemption to include in the religious exemption any person who is a member of a recognized religious sect or d...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SR9002Intro
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Grailon Magnolia Richmond Gregory, 100th birthday
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SB9003Intro
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As introduced, permits an election for school board members to be conducted on a partisan basis; permits a person seeking a position on a school board to campaign as the nominee or representative of a political party. - Amends TCA Title 2 and Title 4...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SB9001Intro
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As introduced, prohibits a private employer from requiring an individual to be subjected to a COVID-19 vaccination if the individual has contracted and recovered from it; holds a private employer liable for certain costs if the employer requires an i...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SB9005Intro
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As introduced, authorizes LEAs, charter schools, and public institutions of higher education to develop and implement contact tracing procedures; prohibits contact tracing procedures for COVID-19. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 37; Title 49; Title 68 an...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9017Intro
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As introduced, prohibits the state from awarding a state contract, providing a tax incentive, or making a grant of funds to an employer in this state if the employer requires its employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccination; excludes from the prohibit...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9011Intro
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As introduced, creates a private cause of action for any person who suffers an adverse action by another due to the person's religious objection to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 21 and Title 68.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SB9006Intro
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As introduced, specifies that the county mayor, in unincorporated areas, and the highest-ranking elected official in a city in the official's jurisdiction, have the exclusive authority to establish and implement health policies that affect the county...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9014Intro
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As introduced, specifies that the county mayor, in unincorporated areas, and the highest-ranking elected official in a city in the official's jurisdiction, have the exclusive authority to establish and implement health policies that affect the county...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
SB9004Intro
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As introduced, applies liability for side effects of a COVID-19 vaccination to an employer or private institution of higher education that requires the vaccination for employment or enrollment; amends the Tennessee COVID-19 Recovery Act's definition ...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9065Intro
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As introduced, affirms the ability of an LEA to establish uniform standards and implementation of COVID-19 health and safety protocols; provides immunity to an LEA and certain officials from civil actions regarding the establishment and implementatio...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HJR9005Intro
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Addresses the federal government's penalizing, or taxation of, citizens of this State through enforcement of restrictions relative to COVID-19 by supporting the challenging, condemning, and nullifying of such action.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9064Intro
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As introduced, states that an individual may claim an exemption from a COVID-19 vaccination requirement based on acquired immunity through post-transmission recovery, a medical condition, or reasons of conscience; permits an employee whose employer d...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9057Intro
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As introduced, clarifies that treatments for COVID-19 are investigational drugs, biological products, or devices for purposes of the Phil Timp-Amanda Wilcox Right to Try Act. - Amends TCA Title 29; Title 34; Title 63 and Title 68.
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9031Intro
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As introduced, prohibits a hospital or other licensed facility from restricting a pregnant patient from having a doula present with the patient during the stay in the hospital or facility as long as the doula tests negative for COVID-19 and is not ex...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9067Intro
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As introduced, prohibits an employer from discharging or terminating an employee solely for refusing to receive a vaccination against COVID-19; creates a cause of action against the employer, and, if the employee prevails, entitles the employee to da...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9068Intro
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As introduced, prohibits a hospital, during a period in which a disaster, emergency, or public health emergency for COVID-19 has been declared, from restricting a patient from having at least one family member present with the patient during the stay...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HB9043Intro
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As introduced, creates the offense of intentionally requiring that another disclose whether the person has received a COVID-19 vaccination, with knowledge that the person objects to disclosing the information, as a condition of employment or in order...
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2021-10-26
Filed for introduction
HJR8013PassUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Nursing, 50th anniversary
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2021-10-26
Signed by Governor.
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