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2019

Senate District 14

Senator Shane Reeves (R) 2nd Vice-Chair, Senate Health and Welfare Committee, Member: Senate Energy, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, and Senate State & Local Government Committee. Senator Reeves sponsored one bill recommended by TLRC that removes the statute of limitation for prosecution of second degree murder, which passed. He co-sponsored 3 additional TLRC recommended bills. He has been an impressive spokesman in his capacity both presenting and hearing bills. He earned a respectable vote score but leaves room for improvement. We remind our senate members that minutes spent co-sponsoring legislation that we mutually support, rewards you on this report card. That can be a valuable asset in an election year. We look forward to working with Senator Reeves toward better results all around, in the next session and beyond. 2018: elected late-term to replace Senator Jim Tracy as Tracy took another state position. Because he was engaged for only a few weeks of the 2-year 110th session, we cannot equitably include him in this report. He sponsored no bills supported by TLRC. He co-sponsored one bill supported by TLRC, HB2315 strengthening anti-sanctuary city law.
Reeves-Shane
Republican

Shane Reeves

Sen. Reeves is married with three children. He is a business owner and a pharmacist. He is a member of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Rutherford, Leadership Middle Tennessee, Blue Raider Athletic Association, Alzheimer’s Association, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, and Tennessee’s National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). He serves as deacon at North Blvd. Church of Christ.
615.741.1066

sen.shane.reeves@capitol.tn.gov

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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

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

Vote Result: Passed

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

Vote Result: Passed

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

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

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

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HB0850/SB0598 - Allows alcohol sales and consumption in campus sports facilities. C. Sexton/Massey

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HB0891/SB0731 - Prohibits plea agreements; establishes penalties for misconduct in office. Staples/Briggs

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HB0946/SB0802 - LEA's held accountable for instructional wage (teacher) appropriations. Lamberth/Johnson

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