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Chapter Number Subject Abstract Bill Number
0001 State Employees As enacted, authorizes certain state departments to suspend certain civil service provisions in the event of a reduction in work force. SB0318
0001EOS Workers Compensation As enacted, suspends the provisions of Acts 2008, Public Chapter 104, requiring sole proprietors and partners to carry workers' compensation insurance on themselves, until March 28, 2011. SB7001
0002 Statutes and Codification As enacted, codifies the acts of the 2008 legislative session. SB0306
0002EOS Education As enacted, enacts the "Tennessee First to the Top Act of 2010." SB7005
0003 Bond Issues As enacted, authorizes the state to issue bonds to fund grants for certain projects. SB0315
0003EOS Education As enacted, enacts the "Complete College Tennessee Act of 2010." SB7006
0004 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, extends from June 30, 2005, to June 30, 2011, the date until which the funding board has discretion to sell bonds at private sale. SB0316
0004EOS Appropriations As enacted, makes appropriations for fiscal years 2009-2010 and 2010-2011. SB7007
0005 Appropriations As enacted, appropriates funds for 2008-2009 fiscal year. SB0317
0006 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, revises qualifications of issuer of surety bonds used as collateral by state depositories to secure certain state funds. SB0017
0007 Attorneys at Law As enacted, clarifies that certain government employees are not prohibited from providing pro bono legal services. HB0416
0008 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends employee suggestion award board, June 30, 2016. SB0343
0009 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee council for the deaf and hard of hearing, June 30, 2015. SB0357
0010 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Carroll County watershed authority, June 30, 2015. SB1018
0011 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends board of standards, June 30, 2014. SB1019
0012 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee code commission, June 30, 2017. SB1040
0013 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee sports hall of fame, June 30, 2016. SB1043
0014 County Officers As enacted, clarifies that a member of the county legislative body does not have to resign membership as a commissioner to be nominated for certain offices or vacancy occurring in certain offices required to be filled by the county legislative body. SB1712
0015 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends advisory council for education of students with disabilities, June 30, 2015. SB0327
0016 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends advisory council on teacher education and certification, June 30, 2015. SB0328
0017 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends controlled substance database advisory committee, June 30, 2016. SB0337
0018 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends department of tourist development, June 30, 2013. SB0342
0019 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends higher education and technical institutions publications committee, June 30, 2015. SB0344
0020 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends James K. Polk memorial association, June 30, 2015. SB0347
0021 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends public records commission, June 30, 2016. SB0349
0022 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends southern growth policies board, June 30, 2015. SB0350
0023 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends film, entertainment and music commission, June 30, 2013. SB0359
0024 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee-Tombigbee waterway development authority, June 30, 2016. SB0360
0025 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends local education insurance committee, June 30, 2014. SB0367
0026 Accountants As enacted, authorizes board of accountancy, upon request of an applicant for a certificate of certified public accountant, to extend the period for completion of the educational requirements for such certificate. SB0492
0027 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends commission for uniform legislation, June 30, 2013. SB1016
0028 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends state textbook commission, June 30, 2014. SB1051
0029 Pharmacy, Pharmacists As enacted, grants the director of the board of pharmacy the power to administer oaths and issue subpoenas. SB1501
0030 State Symbols As enacted, designates "agate" as the official state mineral. HB0278
0031 State Symbols As enacted, designates "milk" as the official state beverage. HB0580
0032 Sunset Laws As enacted, terminates Gibson County water projects authority. HB0990
0033 Fair Trade Laws As enacted, broadens the scope of the definition of "all-terrain vehicle" for purposes of the Motorcycle and Off-Road Vehicle Dealer Fairness Act. SB0626
0034 Planning, Public As enacted, revises the time frame for the approval or disapproval of a plat by the municipal planning commission. HB0306
0035 Planning, Public As enacted, allows platting regulations to provide for an assessment or other method for certain improvements to be provided by the appropriate governmental entity at cost to owners of property in subdivision, instead of completion of work prior to final approval of a plat. HB0307
0036 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, clarifies that existing residents as well as new admissions who have qualified for hospice care prior to admission are eligible to receive hospice care in an assisted-care living facility; clarifies that hospice services are pursuant to a patient care plan. HB1877
0037 Highway Signs As enacted, "Charles 'Chuck' Duncheskie Memorial Parkway," Dover Crossing in City of Clarksville, Montgomery County. SB0033
0038 Education As enacted, removes restriction on commercial advertising on school buses that requires such advertising to be composed of black lettering on a white background; prohibits advertisement of individual food items that, pursuant to law, cannot be sold via vending machines to students in pre-K through grade 8. SB0073
0039 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends human rights commission, June 30, 2011. SB0326
0040 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends board for professional counselors, marital and family therapists, and clinical pastoral therapists, June 30, 2015. SB0330
0041 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends board of alcohol and drug abuse counselors, June 30, 2015. SB0331
0042 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends board of osteopathic examination, June 30, 2015. SB0334
0043 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends department of health, June 30, 2015. SB0364
0044 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends family support council, June 30, 2016. SB0365
0045 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends department of safety, June 30, 2011. SB0378
0046 Medicine, Practice of As enacted, adds the committee of a medical group practice to the definition of a medical review committee. SB0442
0047 Planning, Public As enacted, revises exemptions from obtaining continuing education and filing requirements for professional planners whose duties include advising planning commission or boards of zoning appeals if such planners are members of the American Institute of Certified Planners. SB0550
0048 Physicians and Surgeons As enacted, subject to certain provisions, requires the department of health to update physician profiles if information is received from either a physician or the medical malpractice insurance carrier of a physician. SB0588
0049 Alcoholic Beverages As enacted, adds Meadow Creek Mountain Rustic Resort in Cocke County to those facilities authorized to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption as a premier type tourist resort. SB0874
0050 Victims' Rights As enacted, confers immunity from civil action upon victim of crime for testimony given at offender's parole hearing unless testimony is intentionally and maliciously false and defamatory. SB1208
0051 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, changes the required base years for the nursing home occupancy rate for a relocating nursing home from the previous two years of the joint annual report to the calendar years 2006 and 2007 in such report. SB1455
0052 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, specifies circumstances under which an existing licensed and operating nursing home may relocate all or less than all of its licensed beds to up to two new locations. SB1675
0053 Parks, Natural Areas Preservation As enacted, adds John and Hester Lane Cedar Glades as natural-scientific area; revises the acreage and names of other scenic-recreational and natural-scientific areas. SB2273
0054 Highways, Roads and Bridges As enacted, enlarges optional projects as pilot programs permissible under Tennessee Tollway Act to include: (1) presently permissible single highway project and single major bridge project, (2) two highway projects or (3) two major bridge projects. HB0001
0055 Depositions As enacted, allows court to award attorney fees and expenses if motion to quash subpoena is granted when deponent is exempt from subpoena. HB0067
0056 Sheriffs As enacted, revises archaic language prohibiting members of the general assembly from being nominated or commissioned as, or practicing attorneys from serving as, sheriff and instead prohibits a person from engaging in the practice of law or serving as a member of the general assembly while serving as sheriff. HB0274
0057 Nuisances As enacted, exempts from the definition of heliport in a tourist resort county, land on private property used for landing a privately owned and operated helicopter for private purposes on a limited basis which is never used by or for commercial helicopter touring. HB1624
0058 Highways, Roads and Bridges As enacted, designates portion of U.S. Highway 441 (Newfound Gap Road) in Sevier County as scenic highway. HB2375
0059 Regional Authorities and Special Districts As enacted, expands the powers of the Greater Nashville regional council to include owning or leasing real and personal property as necessary to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the regional council. SB0114
0060 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends board of trustees of the baccalaureate education system trust fund program, June 30, 2015. SB0336
0061 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends state board of equalization, June 30, 2015. SB0351
0062 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends regional transportation authority, June 30, 2011. SB0999
0063 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends advisory committee on women's health, June 30, 2015; requires a representative of department of health to appear before government operations joint subcommittee by August 13, 2010, to update the joint subcommittee on the advisory committee's response to questions submitted by division of state audit. SB1033
0064 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee claims commission, June 30, 2015. SB1046
0065 Public Property As enacted, increases from $5,000 to $25,000 the amount of goods and services, for which a source of supply has not otherwise been established, that may be procured without requisitioning such goods or services through the department of general services. SB2233
0066 Agriculture As enacted, redefines "families of low income" for purposes of the "Tennessee Community Gardening Act of 1977"; deletes certain provisions regarding the schedule of fees for tobacco sales. SB2262
0067 Narcotics As enacted, makes concealing that one has received a controlled substance in an effort to obtain more of that substance a Class A misdemeanor and requires certain health care professionals to report suspicion of such to local law enforcement without civil liability. SB0408
0068 Taxes, Real Property As enacted, specifies that the income of an applicant's spouse is attributable to the applicant for purposes of determining whether the applicant is eligible for property tax relief for elderly or disabled homeowners; revises circumstances under which income of owner of a remainder or reversion in the property will be included for purposes of applicant qualifying for property tax freeze. SB0755
0069 Psychologists As enacted, makes doctoral clinical psychology students in university-operated clinics eligible for third-party reimbursement. SB1547
0070 Physicians and Surgeons As enacted, authorizes renal dialysis clinics to employ physicians in certain circumstances. SB1588
0071 Taxes, Real Property As enacted, requires country trustee to submit plan to comptroller regarding partial tax payments prior to the trustee's accepting partial payment of property taxes. SB2039
0072 Utilities, Utility Districts As enacted, reduces from three to two the number of consecutive years a utility district, water system, or wastewater facility must have a negative change in net assets in order to be considered financially distressed. SB2049
0073 Solid Waste Disposal As enacted, amends the Landfill Methane Development Act to identify certain circumstances and purposes for which refined, landfill methane shall be deemed to be natural gas. SB2066
0074 Public Works Projects As enacted, specifies that a local government entity is authorized to conduct public works projects in the territory of another local government in order to perform maintenance or make improvements to its existing public works system. HB0956
0075 Medical Occupations As enacted, changes the minimum meetings of the committee for clinical perfusion from quarterly to annually. SB0091
0076 Law Enforcement As enacted, requires law enforcement agency to enter, or cause to be entered, a missing child report into the national crime information center within two hours of receiving an initial missing child report. SB0110
0077 Planning, Public As enacted, deletes exemption for compliance with platting regulations for the division and plats of land partitioned by deeds; requires that plats subdividing land within a regional planning commission and approved by the commission contain the most recent recorded deed book number and page number for each deed of the property being platted in order to be filed, even if the plat was partitioned by a court. SB0124
0078 Highway Signs As enacted, "William Fiser Memorial Bridge," Big Barton's Creek on State Route 48 in Dickson County. SB0256
0079 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends board for licensing health care facilities, June 30, 2012. SB0329
0080 Sunset Laws As enacted, terminates the child care facilities corporation. SB0356
0081 Sunset Laws As enacted, removes from sunset law reference to state agencies publication committee. SB0366
0082 Highway Signs As enacted, "Joe 'Buddy' Bailey Memorial Bridge," State Route 227 in Wayne County. SB0389
0083 Criminal Offenses As enacted, creates Class A misdemeanor offense of possession of device, tool, or other item with the intent to use it, or allow it to be used, to unlawfully render inoperative a security device used or designed to prevent or deter the theft of retail merchandise. SB0437
0084 Industrial Development As enacted, expands the membership of the board of an industrial development corporation among two or more municipalities; expands the type of obligations for which the corporation may mortgage and pledge any or all of its projects as security for their payment. SB0445
0085 Tort Liability and Reform As enacted, revises Ski Area Safety and Liability Act to expand the coverage to include sleds, tubes, and snowboards as well as skis; increases required liability insurance coverage to $1,000,000 per occurrence from $100,000 per person and $200,000 per accident. SB0801
0086 Child Abuse As enacted, clarifies that the meaning of near fatality, for purposes of allowing public disclosure of confidential department of children's services information relating to such, is a child having a serious or critical medical condition resulting from child abuse or child sexual abuse as reported by a physician who has examined the child subsequent to such abuse. SB0810
0087 Children's Services, Dept. of As enacted, requires the department to consistently apply policies, rules, and regulations across the state; adds an annual legislative review of department policies and attached protocol and procedures; and requires the department to submit new policies for legislative review. SB0853
0088 Child Abuse As enacted, describes serious bodily injury in children to include second or third degree burns, bone fractures, concussion, and permanent or protracted disfigurement. SB0866
0089 Child Abuse As enacted, describes dangerous instrumentality as any item in its manner of use or intended use as applied to a child that is capable of producing serious bodily injury. SB0867
0090 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee student assistance corporation, board of directors, June 30, 2014. SB1037
0091 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends Tennessee peace officers standards and training commission, June 30, 2015. SB1039
0092 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends selection panel for TennCare reviewers, June 30, 2016. SB1056
0093 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates "Gold Star Mother's Day," the last Sunday in September, as a day of special observance. SB1151
0094 Highway Signs As enacted, "Sam Cliff Smithson, Sr. Memorial Highway," segment of U.S. Highway 431 in Williamson County. SB1383
0095 Mental Illness As enacted, establishes legislative intent concerning priority of services to behavioral health safety net; establishes 19 years of age as the minimum age at which a person qualifies as an adult for purposes of determining which persons qualify as seriously and persistently mentally ill adults for purposes of this bill. SB1538
0096 Local Government, General As enacted, enacts the "Local Government Electronic Technology Act of 2009." SB2050

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