Frank S. Niceley

  • Tennessee
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 8

District Office

1023 Creek Road Strawberry Plains, TN 37871

Capitol Office

425 Rep. John Lewis Way N. Suite 712 Cordell Hull Bldg. Nashville, TN 37243

Phone 615-741-2061 Fax 615-253-0255

Serving District 8

Sponsored Bills

HB 766

Transportation, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to promulgate rules to standardize, by speed limit, the length of time a traffic-control signal must display the yellow signal light, when following the green signal light; requires traffic-control signals to be in compliance with the standardized display times. - Amends TCA Title 54 and Title 55.

  • Introduced Jan 25 2023
  • Filed for introduction Jan 30 2023

HB 768

Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, extends from 60 days to 90 days, the time within which a handgun carry permit holder must notify the department of safety in writing of a change in the permit holder's principal place of residence. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 7; Title 38; Title 39 and Title 40.

  • Introduced Jan 25 2023
  • Filed for introduction Jan 30 2023

HB 760

Handgun Permits - As introduced, waives lifetime enhanced handgun carry permit fees for state residents who are retired veterans of the United States armed forces. - Amends TCA Section 39-17-1351.

  • Introduced Jan 25 2023
  • Filed for introduction Jan 30 2023

HB 756

Insurance, Motor Vehicles - As introduced, prohibits, as an unfair claims settlement practice, an auto insurer from directing a body shop to repair a motor vehicle without first providing the insured with written notice of the insured's right to approve the type of body parts to be used in the repair of the motor vehicle and an opportunity to select the type of body parts to be used; specifies that the notice requirement only applies in the five years after the model year of the motor vehicle to be repaired. - Amends TCA Title 56.

  • Introduced Jan 20 2023
  • Filed for introduction Jan 30 2023
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