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2019

House District 44

Rep. William Lamberth: Serves as Majority Leader of the House and is a member of the following committees:, Calendar & Rules Committee Member, Judiciary, Criminal Justice Subcommittee, Finance, Ways, & Means Committee, Government Operations Committee, Select Committee on Rules, Select Committee on Ethics, Joint Pensions and Insurance Committee, Judiciary and Government Subcommittee of Joint Government Operations Committee. As majority leader he sponsored many of the Governor's bills, one of which we recommended: that LEA's be required to report to the DOE how they use the dollars appropriated for instructional wages. Leader Lamberth co-sponsored 3 bills recommended by TLRC and earned a very nice 95% vote score. We have long been impressed with Rep. Lamberth's professionalism and eloquence in his arguments in support or opposition to a bill. We look forward to working with him in 2020. In 2018: Sponsored one (1) bills favored by TLRC: HB2312 prohibiting certain cards from being used for official ID. Passed with some difficulty. Co-sponsored six (6) bills favored by TLRC. Voted against the Gas Tax Rep. Lamberth has been a pleasure to watch in committee. His arguments are well-founded in evidence and well delivered.
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Republican

William Lamberth

Rep. Lamberth is married with two children. He is an attorney. He is chair of the House Criminal Justice Committee. He is a member of the Gallatin Rotary Club, Republican Party of Sumner County, Sumner County Bar Association, Middle Tennessee Mission Outreach, Portland Chamber, Hendersonville Chamber, Gallatin Chamber, and Westmoreland Chamber. He is a board member for Children are People and chairman of Portland Community Education Foundation.
615.741.1980

rep.william.lamberth@capitol.tn.gov

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Related Bills

HB0001/SB0016 Legalizes Sports betting in TN. Staples/Dickerson

Vote Result: Passed

HB0077/SB1236 - Disallows abortion based on viability of fetus; or heartbeat. Van Huss/Pody

Vote Result: Committee Only

HB0113/SB0593 - Eliminates statute of limitation for 2nd degree murder. - Sparks/Reeves

Vote Result: Passed

HB0113/SB0593 - Requires serious conditions be met for licensure of certain vocations and practices. - Daniel/Kelsey

Vote Result: Committee Only

HB0283/SB0290 - Increases penalty for child rape - Littleton/White

Vote Result: Passed

HB0340/SB0362 - Civil Asset Forfeiture reform - Daniel/Niceley

Vote Result: Committee Only

HB0403/SB0241 - Provisions disallowing a state property tax - Hall/Jackson

Vote Result: Passed

HB0494/SB0423 - Removes special tax on ammunition. Doggett/Hensley

Vote Result: Passed

HB0544/SBSB1293 - Creates an appeal process for fiscal notes perceived as unrealistic - Daniel/Pody

Vote Result: Failed

HB0563/SB0364 - Insures religious freedom for internal business policies. Zachary/Gardenhire

Vote Result: Failed

HB0564/SB0482 - Requires LEAs to administer payroll deductions equally for all professional unions - Dunn/Gardenhire

Vote Result: Failed