Sara Kyle

  • Tennessee
  • Senator
  • Democrat
  • District 30

District Office

6421 Old Orchard Cove Memphis, TN 38119

Capitol Office

425 Rep. John Lewis Way N. Suite 760 Cordell Hull Bldg. Nashville, TN 37243

Phone 615-741-4167 Fax 615-253-0221

Serving District 30

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HB 478

State Employees - As introduced, requires the department of human services to develop, implement, and manage a program to provide monthly stipends for certain state employees for the cost of child care services. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 3; Title 8, Chapter 50 and Title 71, Chapter 1, Part 1.

  • Introduced Jan 24 2023
  • Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate State and Local Government Committee Jan 26 2023

SB 553

Mental Illness - As introduced, changes references for mental defect, mental defective, and mentally defective to mental health condition throughout the code. - Amends TCA Title 16; Title 33; Title 37; Title 38; Title 39; Title 41; Title 57; Title 62 and Title 71.

  • Introduced Jan 19 2023
  • Introduced, Passed on First Consideration Jan 26 2023

HB 427

Expunction - As introduced, deletes the requirements that the following periods of time have passed before a person may file a petition for expunction of eligible criminal offenses: five years for eligible misdemeanors or Class E felonies; 10 years for eligible Class D or E felonies; and one year for eligible offenses related to the person's status as a human trafficking victim. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32.

  • Introduced Jan 24 2023
  • Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Judiciary Committee Jan 26 2023

SB 432

Expunction - As introduced, deletes the requirements that the following periods of time have passed before a person may file a petition for expunction of eligible criminal offenses: five years for eligible misdemeanors or Class E felonies; 10 years for eligible Class D or E felonies; and one year for eligible offenses related to the person's status as a human trafficking victim. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32.

  • Introduced Jan 24 2023
  • Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Judiciary Committee Jan 26 2023
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