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2019

House District 89

Rep. Justin Lafferty (R) is new in 2019. He serves as Vice-Chair: Judiciary and Government Subcommittee of Joint Government Operations Committee, and Member: Government Operations Committee, Insurance Committee, Life & Health Insurance Subcommittee Member, State Committee, Corrections Subcommittee. Vice-chairman Lafferty takes a libertarian view of most issues and that is reflected in his vote score. On of the some bills he voted for, TLRC takes a more traditional view that legalization is akin to endorsing and enabling destructive behavior. He did sponsor and pass a good bill that TLRC endorsed and scored. It greatly reduces the number of business licenses required for various vocations in TN. He co-sponsored 8 of our recommended bills earning him an A in leadership. We look forward to working with Rep. Lafferty next year. We find him an independent and courageous member who is faithful to his values.
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Republican

Justin Lafferty

Rep. Lafferty is married with one child. He is a small business owner. He is a member of Karns Republican Club, Center City Conservatives GOP Club and Hardin Valley Breakfast Club.
615.741.4110

rep.justin.lafferty@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

HB0655/SB1206 - Extends authority to barter for all healthcare services - C.Sexton/Crowe

Vote Result: Passed