Tennessee Senator Katrina Robinson [D]

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TNSB0028PassAs enacted, creates the state Alzheimer's disease and related dementia advisory council. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 68, Chapter 11, Part 14 and Title 71.
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2019-05-15
Pub. Ch. 364
TNSB0063PassAs enacted, expands career and technical education programs to middle school grades; requires the board of career and technical education to plan facilities for comprehensive career and technical training for middle school students. - Amends TCA Titl...
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2019-05-15
Pub. Ch. 366
TNSB0498PassAs enacted, authorizes, in leases entered into between Memphis and business owners holding a restaurant license from the alcoholic beverage commission, the inclusion of provisions where the rent is calculated on gross sales, including gross sales of ...
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2019-05-15
Pub. Ch. 377
TNSB1128PassAs enacted, revises requirements for certificate to practice as a registered nurse first assistant. - Amends TCA Title 63.
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2019-05-15
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 326
TNSB0743PassAs enacted, restricts the use of the title "nurse" to those actively licensed or certified by the board of nursing; revises the provisions governing the board of nursing's enjoining violations of practicing nursing without a license. - Amends TCA Tit...
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2019-05-09
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 245
TNSB0182PassAs enacted, requires an LEA that has one or more school buses operating in the LEA with a camera or video camera installed inside a school bus that is used to transport students to and from school or school-sponsored activities to adopt a policy that...
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2019-05-09
Pub. Ch. 256
TNSB1061PassAs enacted, requires the department of correction, in partnership with the Tennessee higher education commission and the board of regents, to develop and submit to the general assembly an annual report detailing the higher education opportunities ava...
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2019-05-09
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 238
TNSB1468PassAs enacted, authorizes the department to seek a federal grant from the federal department of health and human services' health resources and services administration, or any other applicable entity, to develop a training program for certified nurse pr...
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2019-05-09
Pub. Ch. 275
TNSJR0614PassMatt Anderson
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2019-05-07
Transmitted to Governor for action.
TNSJR0639PassRepresentative Barbara Cooper, 90th birthday
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2019-05-07
Transmitted to Governor for action.
TNSJR0638PassDr. Alexander A. Akbari
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2019-05-07
Transmitted to Governor for action.
TNSJR0637PassJarvis Greer
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2019-05-07
Transmitted to Governor for action.
TNSJR0615PassMatthew Cook
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2019-05-02
Signed by Governor.
TNSB0062PassAs enacted, requires the department to develop rules, to be adopted by the state board of education, that include procedures for providing instruction to students incarcerated in juvenile detention centers for a minimum of four hours each instruction...
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2019-05-01
Pub. Ch. 191
TNSB0604IntroAs introduced, requires students expelled in grades seven through 12 to attend alternative school; requires a governing body of a public charter school to establish an alternative educational setting for students suspended from the regular school pro...
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2019-05-01
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0035IntroAs introduced, creates the Class C felony offense of reckless endangerment by discharging a firearm into a parade, religious service, concert, athletic event, political event, educational event, or into any other group of 25 or more people who are la...
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2019-05-01
To Senate Finance, Ways and Means Committee
TNSB0797PassAs enacted, removes $180 fee for an individual petitioning the court for an expunction of certain criminal offenses; removes $350 fee for a defendant applying for expunction of an offense following the completion of a diversion program. - Amends TCA ...
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2019-05-01
Pub. Ch. 200
TNSB0972PassAs enacted, permits advanced practice nurses and physician assistants who are prescribers at community mental health centers to arrange for chart review by and site visits with certain collaborating physicians by means of HIPAA-compliant electronic i...
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2019-05-01
Pub. Ch. 183
TNSB0764IntroAs introduced, increases from one to two the number of additional dual enrollment courses a student may take under a dual enrollment grant under certain circumstances; allows an eligible student to receive a dual enrollment grant for no more than 10 ...
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2019-05-01
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0577PassAs enacted, permits an eligible petitioner to have multiple, nonviolent convictions for offenses that resulted from the petitioner's status as a victim of human trafficking expunged if the expunction is in the best interest of justice and public safe...
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2019-05-01
Pub. Ch. 199
TNSB1252IntroAs introduced, extends civil and criminal statutes of limitation for certain acts of abuse against minors; increases the penalty for intentional failure to report child abuse or child sexual abuse. - Amends TCA Title 28; Title 37 and Title 40.
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2019-05-01
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB1161IntroAs introduced, for sales tax purposes, requires a lessee or renter to notify the commissioner of revenue if the lease or rental price of tangible personal property and computer software is calculated on a semi-monthly or quarterly basis. - Amends TCA...
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2019-04-30
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSJR0166PassUrges local education agencies to provide ACEs training for all teachers.
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2019-04-30
Signed by Governor.
TNSB1143IntroAs introduced, prevents suspension of a driver license for failure to pay fines or costs imposed for a driving offense if the person is indigent or enters into payment plan; requires person be issued restricted driver license until moneys owed the co...
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2019-04-30
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0016IntroAs introduced, authorizes sports betting in this state only in jurisdictions that approve sports betting by local option election; imposes a 10 percent tax on gaming revenue; distributes 40 percent of the tax to the general fund for general appropria...
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2019-04-30
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0075IntroAs introduced, requires custodians of women prisoners to provide feminine hygiene products, moisturizing soap that is not lye-based, toothbrushes and toothpaste, and any other healthcare product a custodian deems appropriate to women prisoners at no ...
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2019-04-29
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0170IntroAs enacted, requires LEAs and public charter schools to adopt a trauma-informed discipline policy; requires the department of education to develop guidance on trauma-informed discipline practices that LEAs must use to develop a trauma-informed discip...
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2019-04-29
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0501IntroAs introduced, prohibits interpreting or amending county charter in a manner inconsistent with state law with respect to the duties, qualifications, and privileges of the constitutional county offices of sheriff, register, county clerk, assessor of p...
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2019-04-29
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0026PassAs enacted, limits the places in which one may use vapor products. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 15 and Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 16.
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2019-04-24
Pub. Ch. 144
TNSJR0159EnrollAs introduced, proposes an amendment to Article I, Section 33 of the Constitution of Tennessee removing the criminal punishment exception from slavery and involuntary servitude prohibition.
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2019-04-24
Signed by H. Speaker
TNSB0793PassAs enacted, increases pay supplement from $600 to $800 for police officers and firefighters who complete 40 hours of in-service training. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 24, Part 2 and Title 38, Chapter 8, Part 1.
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2019-04-24
Pub. Ch. 152
TNSJR0488PassCoach Penny Hardaway
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2019-04-24
Signed by Governor.
TNSB0297IntroAs introduced, corrects error in code to clarify that a petitioner is required to pay $180 upon filing a petition for expunction, rather than $350; revises fee to be $180 instead of $350 for a defendant applying for expunction of an offense following...
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2019-04-23
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNSR0052PassChristin DewBerry
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2019-04-23
Signed by Senate Speaker
TNSJR0396PassPhyllis Aluko, Chief Public Defender of Shelby County
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2019-04-22
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0514PassSenator Rosalind Kurita
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2019-04-18
Signed by Governor.
TNSB0770IntroAs introduced, disqualifies a member of a county election commission from continuing to serve on the commission if the member's spouse, parent, sibling, or child qualifies for any public office. - Amends TCA Section 2-12-102.
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2019-04-17
To Senate State and Local Government Committee
TNSB0831IntroAs introduced, extends for a student who becomes pregnant during the four-month period immediately preceding the date on which the student completes high school in a Tennessee home school program, obtains a GED® or HiSET®, or graduates from high sc...
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2019-04-17
To Senate Education Committee
TNSB0744IntroAs introduced, makes it a requirement, instead of optional, that the comptroller of the treasury conduct an annual actuarial study of the medical assistance program and any participating managed care organizations, reporting to the finance, ways and ...
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2019-04-16
To Senate Commerce and Labor Committee
TNSB0500PassAs enacted, designates December 1 of each year as "Mrs. Rosa L. Parks Day," a day of special observance. - Amends TCA Title 15, Chapter 2, Part 1.
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2019-04-15
Pub. Ch. 122
TNSJR0361PassDr. Tonea Stewart, Keynote Speaker, 12 Most Oustanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0363PassDr. Beverly Williams-Cleaves, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0368PassBeverly Elaine Johnson, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0364PassDr. Denise Mustiful-Martin, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0356PassGladys Delores Stephens Brown, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0357PassCarlee McCullough, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0367PassVelma Lois Jones, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0365PassJudge Teresa D. Jones, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0358PassKatrina Thompson, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
TNSJR0366PassDeidre Dionne Carter Malone, 12 Most Outstanding Women
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2019-04-11
Signed by Governor.
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