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2019

Senate District 25

Senator Roberts: (R) Chair, Senate Government Operations Committee, Member, Senate Judiciary Committee. Senator Roberts is a bit of sunshine in an otherwise mostly-cloudy lot. He sponsored 2 bills favored and scored by TLRC and one passed, holding the Economic and Community Development Dept. accountable. He co-sponsored an additional 5 of our recommendations. We were disappointed with the overall performance of the senate this year, derailing 7 of our preferred bills at the last stage, after passing the house and through committees in the senate. For the most part, Senator Roberts was not a part of this betrayal.
Kerry Roberts
Republican

Kerry Roberts

Sen. Roberts is married with three children. He is President of Resource Network. He is chair of the Senate Calendar Committee and 2nd vice-chair of the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee. He is a member of the Tennessee Society of CPAs, National Federation of Independent Business, National Rifle Association, Tennessee Firearms Association, Tennessee Right to Life, and Chambers of Commerce for Cheatham County, Dickson County, Hickman County, Humphreys County, Robertson County, White House (TN), and North Cheatham.
615.741.4499

sen.kerry.roberts@capitol.tn.gov

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Related Bills

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

Vote Result: Passed

HB1016/SB1243 - Requires a passing grade on civics exam for high school graduation - Weaver/Gresham

Vote Result: Passed

HB1265/SB0513 - Tightens some granting provisions of the Economic & Community Development Dept. - Holt/Roberts

Vote Result: Passed

HB1274/SB1499 - Requires the AG to back an LEA in court if sued over Bathroom/Locker room policy - Holt/Hensely

Vote Result: Failed

HB1280/SB1428 - Applies for a TNCare block grant in order to self-administer healthcare in Tennessee. T. Hill/Bailey

Vote Result: Passed

HB1364/SB1166 - Strengthens current law concerning Female Genital Mutilation Weaver/Hensley

Vote Result: Passed