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2021

Senate District 02

Senator Swann: (R) 1st Vice-Chair, Senate Commerce and Labor Committee, member: Senate Health and Welfare Committee. Vote score, leadership grade, and legislation information here is from 2020, the second year of the 111th General Assembly Session. It will be updated at the conclusion of the 2021, the first year of the 112th General Assembly Session. Look for that information around the end of May or early June, 2021. We plan to spend more time in the senate next session. We don't know why they do so much less in the senate than in the house, leaving good legislation that passed in the house, to die in the senate. This seems an affront to the people, who are closer to their house members. ...Senate leaders could do much better.
Art Swann
Republican

Art Swann

Sen. Swann is married. He is a businessman. He is 1st vice-chair of the Senate Transportation and Safety Committee. He is a member of the Blount County Chamber of Commerce. He is on the Board of Directors of the Blount County Community Action Agency and the Blount County Republican Party Executive Committee.
615.741.0981

sen.art.swann@capitol.tn.gov

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Related Bills

Allows craft brewers to distribute to a 100 mile radius rather than being restricted to their home county.

Vote Result: Failed

Creates new banks of items (questions) for assessments in order to allow current tests items to be revealed after administration.

Vote Result: Passed

Allows direct agreements between patients and healthcare providers

Vote Result: Passed

Limits authority of wildlife resource officers to search/seize on private property, land, buildings, or vehicles.

Vote Result: Passed

Telemedicine delivery to be covered commensurate to in-person.

Vote Result: Passed

Revises certain criminal laws concerning vandalism, assault, disorderly conduct, rioting, obstructing traffic, camping on state property, and other offenses.

Vote Result: Passed

Prohibits government officials from encumbering first responders for any perceived political reasons during public demonstrations.

Vote Result: Passed