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Vote Result: Passed

Ostensibly for DOT infrastructure projects, this bill raises the tax on gas by 20% in 2017 and more into the future, along with permission for local governments to enact or raise certain fees and surcharges...

Vote Result: Passed

Prohibits a public entity from selling, donating, or transferring a historical memorial for purposes of circumventing the waiver requirements or a commission action under the Tennessee heritage protection act.

Vote Result: Passed

Requires, beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year, a student enrolled in a state higher education institution (institution) to pass a United States civics test in order to receive an associate or baccalaureate degree.

Vote Result: Passed

This bill requires that all entities that are subject to review under the Tennessee Governmental Entity Review Law, which establish or adopt guides to practice, must promulgate rules specifying all provisions included in and relating...

Vote Result: Passed

A prohibition against state or local government regulation of the shape or quantity of political or campaign posters or signs placed on private property that is located more than 100 feet from a polling place if the signs or posters are...

Vote Result: Passed

Requires students in public schools and public institutions of higher education to use restrooms and locker rooms that are assigned to persons of the same sex as that shown on the students' birth certificates.

Vote Result: Failed

This bill confers civil and criminal immunity to a person who in good faith makes a report to law enforcement or another appropriate authority of the behavior or activity of another person, if the report is made with the...

Vote Result: Passed

This bill prohibits abortion of a viable fetus except in a medical emergency, and requires testing prior to an abortion to determine viability if a woman is at least 20 weeks pregnant.

Vote Result: Passed

This bill would create the office of Solicitor General which would take some responsibilities and decisions from the Attorney General and the Reporter.

Vote Result: Committee Only