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2018

House District 42

Rep. Williams: Sponsored two (2) bills supported by TLRC: HB1462: would have reformed the Governor's budget process. An amendment proposed by Charles Sargent left the bill with little to recommend it other than requiring a majority vote of the General Assembly for approval of the budget. HB0888 was a failed 2017 bill to protect students in bath and locker rooms. He co-sponsored five (5) bills supported by TLRC. Rep. Williams voted against the Gas Tax.
Ryan Williams
Republican

Ryan Williams

Rep. Williams is married with two children. He is in construction and business development. He is Majority Caucus Chairman. He is a member of Cookeville/Putnam County Chamber of Commerce, the After Dark Series, and a C-N Soccer Alumni.
615.741.1875

rep.ryan.williams@capitol.tn.gov

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