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2019

House District 27

Rep. Patsy Hazlewood: (R) Vice-Chair, House Finance, Ways, & Means Committee, Member, Finance, Ways, & Means Subcommittee, Commerce Committee, Banking & Investments Subcommittee, Joint Pensions and Insurance Committee. In 2019 Vice-chairman Hazlewood did not sponsor or co-sponsor a single bill that TLRC recommended, even though we notified members in the beginning that they would be graded on those acts. We had nothing on which to grant Ms Hazlewood any credits. We hope to work more closely with her in 2020 and find areas of agreement on freedom-preserving legislation. In 2018: Sponsored no (0) bills scored by TLRC. Co-sponsored two (2) bills scored by TLRC; one we favored, one we opposed. Offered an amendment to send HB2315 (anti-sanctuary cities bill) to summer study, which usually kills the bill; especially when it's the final year of the session. Chairman Sargent's quick gavel passed it on a questionable voice-vote. Good members scrambled to register their votes with the clerk. The nays prevailed, the bill moved all the way and, although Gov. Haslam would not sign it, the bill passed and has become law. She co-sponsored and voted for the Gas Tax.
Hazlewood-Patsy
Republican

Patsy Hazlewood

Rep. Hazelwood has one child. She is retired from AT&T, TN ECD, and as Director of CapitalMark Bank and Trust. She is Elder and Trustee at Signal Mt. Presbyterian Church. She is a member of Chattanooga Rotary Club, Bible in the Schools Board, Friends of the Festival Board, and Stadium Corporation Board.
615.741.2746

rep.patsy.hazlewood@capitol.tn.gov

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