Bills

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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

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 would give lawmakers some redress to question and get relief for perceived unwarranted fiscal notes.

Vote Result: Committee Only

Revises laws governing civil asset forfeiture, requiring more accountability on the part of the seizing authority and recourse for an owner who was not present or involved when the asset was seized.

Vote Result: Passed

This bill requires that all developed estimates and revisions be adopted by a majority vote of the entire board. If the midpoint within the revenue range for total taxes is greater than 1.5 percent in any fiscal year, that the governor's...

Vote Result: Passed

Under this bill, a state or local government entity that adopts a sanctuary policy will be ineligible to receive any state moneys until the policy is repealed, rescinded, or otherwise no longer in effect...

Vote Result: Passed

This bill revises the documents that cannot be accepted to be a consular card and an identification document issued or created by any person, organization, county, city, or other local authority, except where expressly authorized to be...

Vote Result: Passed

Rep. Hulsey and Senator Niceley's bill would have required state institutions of higher education to post all the instructional material to be used in a class before students are required to register for classes...

Vote Result: Passed

The amendment to this bill prohibits: (1) The sale, transfer, or other disposition of a memorial or public property that contains a memorial by a county, metropolitan government, municipality, or other political subdivision of this state...

Vote Result: Passed