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2019

House District 74

Rep. Jay Reedy: Chair: House Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommitte, Chair: Joint Government Operations Commerce, Labor, Transportation and Agriculture Subcommittee, Membe: Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, Finance, Ways, & Means Committee, Government Operations Committee. Chairman Reedy sponsored a bill recommended by TLRC which would have prohibited nepotism on School Boards and administrations. It failed but we would like to see it get another chance next year. He co-sponsored 5 of our recommended bills. His 93% vote score is evidence of his support of freedom-preserving principles. We have always found Chairman Reedy amiable and accessible and look forward to a continuing good working relationship next session. In 2018: Sponsored one (1) bills favored by TLRC: HB2315 which withholds money otherwise available to cities that would initiate any sanctuary policies. He had to work very hard to get this bill through the five committees to the floor. Co-sponsored ten (10) bills favored by TLRC. Voted against the Gas Tax. Rep. Reedy can be depended upon to do the right thing for his constituents and for Tennessee.
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Republican

Jay Reedy

Rep. Reedy is married with three children. He is a cattle farmer and small business owner as well as a certified locksmith. He is a commissioned officer with the US Amry Reserve. He is a member of the Military Officers Association of America, Ft. Campbell Chapter, NRA Certified Shooting Coach - Shotgun Sports, National Rifle Association, Middle TN Locksmith Association, and Houston County Republican Party.
615.741.7098

rep.jay.reedy@capitol.tn.gov

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