Tennessee Bills

sponsored by Kevin Vaughan

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HB 1049 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Consumer Protection - As introduced, removes a requirement that sorghum molasses that is sold or offered for sale in this state be prominently labeled as being either 100 percent pure sorghum molasses or not pure sorghum molasses; removes a cause of action for a person who suffers an injury or death, or an ascertainable loss of money or property, as a result of a violation of the labeling requirement. - Amends TCA Title 53, Chapter 15.
Jan 31 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
HB 1051 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Mental Illness - As introduced, authorizes certain licensed advanced practice nurses and physician assistants to execute a certificate of need if a person is admitted and detained by a hospital or treatment resource for emergency diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment; makes other revisions to the execution of certificates of need. - Amends TCA Title 33, Chapter 6, Part 4.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Health Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 672 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Mental Illness - As introduced, authorizes certain licensed advanced practice nurses and physician assistants to execute a certificate of need if a person is admitted and detained by a hospital or treatment resource for emergency diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment; makes other revisions to the execution of certificates of need. - Amends TCA Title 33, Chapter 6, Part 4.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Health Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 628 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Environment and Conservation, Department of - As introduced, adds to the bill of rights for permit applicants under the Water Quality Control Act that permit applicants have the right to have their permit applications considered based on the contents of the permit application and conditions that exist at the time the permit application is under consideration, rather than possible future conditions unrelated to the purposes for which the permit is sought as identified in the application. - Amends TCA Title 68 and Title 69.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
HB 1055 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Water Pollution - As introduced, specifies that a discharge permit is not required under the Water Quality Control Act for excavations supporting agricultural activity or timber harvesting. - Amends TCA Title 68, Chapter 221 and Title 69.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 936 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Consumer Protection - As introduced, removes a requirement that sorghum molasses that is sold or offered for sale in this state be prominently labeled as being either 100 percent pure sorghum molasses or not pure sorghum molasses; removes a cause of action for a person who suffers an injury or death, or an ascertainable loss of money or property, as a result of a violation of the labeling requirement. - Amends TCA Title 53, Chapter 15.
Jan 31 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
HB 1057 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Water Pollution - As introduced, requires the department of environment and conservation to exempt from compensatory mitigation an area equal in size to the area for which mitigation would not be required if the permit applicant qualified for coverage under a general permit, if the only factor that disqualifies an applicant for an aquatic resource alteration permit from having the activities for which a permit is sought covered under a general permit is the size of the area that the permit will apply to, - Amends TCA Title 69, Chapter 3.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
HB 1056 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Environment and Conservation, Department of - As introduced, adds to the bill of rights for permit applicants under the Water Quality Control Act that permit applicants have the right to have their permit applications considered based on the contents of the permit application and conditions that exist at the time the permit application is under consideration, rather than possible future conditions unrelated to the purposes for which the permit is sought as identified in the application. - Amends TCA Title 68 and Title 69.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
HB 1054 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Water Pollution - As introduced, prohibits the department of environment and conservation from applying criteria that will result in the classification of real property as a wetland, or otherwise regulating real property as a wetland, unless the property is classified as a wetland under federal law. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 11, Chapter 14, Part 4; Title 66 and Title 69.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 630 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Water Pollution - As introduced, specifies that a discharge permit is not required under the Water Quality Control Act for excavations supporting agricultural activity or timber harvesting. - Amends TCA Title 68, Chapter 221 and Title 69.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
HB 1058 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Public Officials - As introduced, authorizes trial judges in Memphis, within their annual budget appropriation, to appoint persons to serve as court officers who serve at the will and under the supervision of the appointing judge. - Amends TCA Title 8, Chapter 8.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Cities & Counties Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 629 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Water Pollution - As introduced, requires the department of environment and conservation to exempt from compensatory mitigation an area equal in size to the area for which mitigation would not be required if the permit applicant qualified for coverage under a general permit, if the only factor that disqualifies an applicant for an aquatic resource alteration permit from having the activities for which a permit is sought covered under a general permit is the size of the area that the permit will apply to, - Amends TCA Title 69, Chapter 3.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 633 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Public Officials - As introduced, authorizes trial judges in Memphis, within their annual budget appropriation, to appoint persons to serve as court officers who serve at the will and under the supervision of the appointing judge. - Amends TCA Title 8, Chapter 8.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Cities & Counties Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 631 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Water Pollution - As introduced, prohibits the department of environment and conservation from applying criteria that will result in the classification of real property as a wetland, or otherwise regulating real property as a wetland, unless the property is classified as a wetland under federal law. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 11, Chapter 14, Part 4; Title 66 and Title 69.
Jan 26 2023 Assigned To S/C Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee
Feb 07 2023
SB 997 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Gaming - As introduced, requires the annual report of the department of mental health and substance abuse services regarding its use of funds to provide treatment services to individuals with gambling disorders in this state to be filed and published on January 15 rather than January 1 of each year. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 49.
Jan 31 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Health And Welfare Committee
Feb 06 2023
SB 1000 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Tennessee Housing Development Agency - As introduced, decreases, from nine to eight, the number of affirmative votes required by members of the agency's board of directors in order for the agency to approve the operation of its financial assistance programs, which support the financing of residential housing construction for lower and moderate income persons and families. - Amends TCA Title 7, Chapter 53; Title 13; Title 48, Chapter 101, Part 3; Title 56 and Title 67.
Jan 31 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate State And Local Government Committee
Feb 06 2023
SB 794 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Sports - As introduced, requires a person who is required to disclose a relationship with an educational institution offering a student athlete a scholarship to also provide, within 48 hours instead of 72 hours of providing the initial disclosure, another written disclosure of such relationship to the student athlete's parent or legal guardian, the secretary of state, and to the athletic director, president, and the general counsel of the educational institution from which such person has influenced or attempted to influence the student athlete to accept the scholarship. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 8; Title 9; Title 49 and Title 67.
Jan 30 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Education Committee
Feb 06 2023
HB 1046 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Tennessee Housing Development Agency - As introduced, decreases, from nine to eight, the number of affirmative votes required by members of the agency's board of directors in order for the agency to approve the operation of its financial assistance programs, which support the financing of residential housing construction for lower and moderate income persons and families. - Amends TCA Title 7, Chapter 53; Title 13; Title 48, Chapter 101, Part 3; Title 56 and Title 67.
Jan 31 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate State And Local Government Committee
Feb 06 2023
HB 1048 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Gaming - As introduced, requires the annual report of the department of mental health and substance abuse services regarding its use of funds to provide treatment services to individuals with gambling disorders in this state to be filed and published on January 15 rather than January 1 of each year. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 49.
Jan 31 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Health And Welfare Committee
Feb 06 2023
HB 1047 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Sports - As introduced, requires a person who is required to disclose a relationship with an educational institution offering a student athlete a scholarship to also provide, within 48 hours instead of 72 hours of providing the initial disclosure, another written disclosure of such relationship to the student athlete's parent or legal guardian, the secretary of state, and to the athletic director, president, and the general counsel of the educational institution from which such person has influenced or attempted to influence the student athlete to accept the scholarship. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 8; Title 9; Title 49 and Title 67.
Jan 30 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Education Committee
Feb 06 2023

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