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2019

House District 95

*Rep. Kevin Vaughan replaced Mark Lovell in a special election for Dist. 95 in April of 2017 In 2018: had not sponsored any bills that TLRC supported. He co-sponsored six (6) bills supported by TLRC. Rep. Vaughan was not a member during the 2017 session and did not vote on the Gas Tax. There is insufficient data on which to score Rep. Vaughan in regard to other members.
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Republican

Kevin Vaughan

Rep. Vaughan is married with two children. He is an engineer and real estate developer. He serves as vice chair of Collierville Schools Board of Education, is on the Collierville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, a member of the Collierville Rotary Club, Lambda Alpha International, and Memphis Area Association of Realtors.
615.741.1866

rep.kevin.vaughan@capitol.tn.gov

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Vote Result: Passed

This bill creates the Tennessee taxpayer relief and economic recession reserve. It establishes the allocation of over-collections and authorizes a temporary reduction in the 7 percent state sales tax rate if certain conditions are met.

Vote Result: Committee Only

An amendment to the existing TennCare II waiver shall be submitted to the federal centers for medicare and medicaid services (CMS) authorizing the bureau of TennCare to create reasonable work and community engagement requirements for...

Vote Result: Passed

This bill prohibits the department and the state board of education increasing statewide assessments for any grades or subjects beyond those assessments required as of the 2016-2017 school year until the 2020-2021 school year.

Vote Result: Passed

Prohibits public funding of any entity that performed more than 50 abortions in the previous year, or any affiliate. (Planned Parenthood included) It does not affect compliance with the present law prohibition on state funds being...

Vote Result: Passed

This bill revises the documents that cannot be accepted to be a consular card and an identification document issued or created by any person, organization, county, city, or other local authority, except where expressly authorized to be...

Vote Result: Passed

Under this bill, a state or local government entity that adopts a sanctuary policy will be ineligible to receive any state moneys until the policy is repealed, rescinded, or otherwise no longer in effect...

Vote Result: Passed