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Chapter Number Subject Abstract Bill Number
0001 Local Education Agencies As enacted, prescribes procedures to govern the abolition of certain special school districts; requires comprehensive transition plan; lifts ban on creation of municipal and special school districts in any county to which this act applies. SB0025
0002 Sunset Laws As enacted, deletes references to defunct fireworks advisory council. SB0141
0003 Private Protective Services As enacted, repeals sunset provision and creating authority for the private protective services advisory committee. SB0144
0004 Sunset Laws As enacted, repeals the public livestock market board. SB0145
0005 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee auctioneer commission, June 30, 2013. HB0255
0006 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, revises conditions which if not satisfied would permit an insurer to disregard an insured's assignment of benefits. HB0303
0007 Sunset Laws As enacted, deletes references to defunct Tennessee Alzheimer's disease task force. HB0659
0008 Flags As enacted, requires state flags to be flown at half-staff by state and political subdivisions during day of mourning declared by the governor for armed services members killed in action. SB0034
0009 Insurance, Health, Accident As enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Health Freedom Act." SB0079
0010 Lottery, Charitable As enacted, extends deadline for applications for 2010-2011 annual events for five days after effective date of act. SB0027
0011 Highway Signs As enacted, designates segment of S.R. 48 in Dickson County as "Brigadier General Noah Daniel Memorial Highway." SB0029
0012 Public Contracts As enacted, restores language to include geothermal heating and cooling projects on the outside of the envelope containing a bid that was erroneously left out of Public Chapter 801 of the Public Acts of 2010 which amended this section. SB0091
0013 Interstate Compacts As enacted, creates sunrise provision for the interstate insurance product regulation compact. SB0179
0014 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the West Fork Drakes Creek dam and reservoir interstate authority, June 30, 2013. SB0186
0015 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee health information committee, June 30, 2015. SB0190
0016 Tennessee Housing Development Agency As enacted, changes membership of audit and budget committee of THDA by replacing the comptroller of the treasury with the state treasurer. SB0458
0017 Taxes, Ad Valorem As enacted, revises deadlines for filing applications for refunds or presentments of credit vouchers; clarifies that repayment not required if certain persons determined to be eligible are later found to be ineligible for property tax relief. SB0462
0018 Highway Signs As enacted, designates segment of State Route 48 in Montgomery County as "Joel Plummer Memorial Highway." HB0053
0019 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the real estate appraiser commission, June 30, 2013. HB0251
0020 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state election commission, June 30, 2016. HB0254
0021 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state soil conservation committee, June 30, 2016. HB0626
0022 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the southeast interstate low-level radioactive waste compact, June 30, 2016. HB0627
0023 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the committee for purchase from the blind and other severely disabled, June 30, 2017. HB0644
0024 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends conservation commission, June 30, 2016. HB0645
0025 Highway Signs As enacted, designates bridge on S.R. 295 in Pickett County as "James "Jim" Harrison South Memorial Bridge." SB0334
0026 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, includes lineal descendants of original owners of private trust companies among those who may control a private trust. SB0059
0027 Beer As enacted, allows any establishment that has a permit to sell liquor or wine on premises to sell beer at any time such establishment can serve liquor or wine; changes hours for sale of beer in Tennessee River resort district to be not less than the hours for liquor by the drink. SB0087
0028 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee medical examiner advisory council, June 30, 2016. SB0158
0029 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the southern dairy compact commission, June 30, 2016. SB0218
0030 Motor Vehicles As enacted, revises provisions governing notice to be given to the registered owner of an abandoned or unattended motor vehicle. SB0288
0031 Alcoholic Beverages As enacted, allows Blue Porch Inn in Rutherford County to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises. SB0301
0032 Equalization Board As enacted, authorizes state board of equalization to maintain certain records in electronic format; revises requirements for form of complaints and appeals filed with the board. SB0459
0033 Employees, Employers As enacted, provides that an employer permitting a person with a handgun carry permit to carry a handgun on the employer's property does not constitute an occupational safety and health hazard to the employees. SB0519
0034 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee wars commission, June 30, 2016. HB0669
0035 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the archaeological advisory council, June 30, 2016. HB0639
0036 Highway Signs As enacted, designates segment of S.R. 53 in Gainesboro and Jackson County as "William Benson "Ben" Wooten, II Memorial Highway." HB0426
0037 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, authorizes a hospital to designate an entity to report the hospital's discharge claims data with the commissioner of health. HB0596
0038 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates first full week in March each year as "Volunteer Firefighters Week"; such dates shall not be a legal holiday under state law. HB0681
0039 Orders of Protection As enacted, removes statutory requirements that law enforcement agencies make order of protection entries into the Tennessee criminal information system; eliminates these entries from the TBI database within two years from the effective date of the act. HB0983
0040 Utilities, Utility Districts As enacted, requires approaching vehicles to move into other lane from a stationary utility vehicle with flashing lights if such lane change can be safely made. HB1654
0041 Statutes and Codification As enacted, codifies the acts of the 2010 legislative session. SB0018
0042 General Assembly, Studies As enacted, changes the reporting deadline of the special joint committee to study the capping of utility rates for senior citizens from February 1, 2011, to June 1, 2011. SB0105
0043 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends termination date for the state board of education to June 30, 2013; directs the division of state audit in the office of the comptroller of the treasury to provide its findings to the house and senate government operations committees by July 1, 2013, on the state board of education's responses to the findings and recommendations in the January, 2011, performance audit of the state board of education. SB0161
0044 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the regional transportation authority, June 30, 2016. SB0215
0045 Mental Illness As enacted, revises provisions governing the transportation of certain persons to mental health facilities in regard to responsibility and costs. SB0379
0046 Census As enacted, requires utilization of census 2010 geography in establishment or alteration of precincts after March 1, 2011. SB0807
0047 Disabled Persons As enacted, replaces outdated terminology related to individuals with disabilities. SB0850
0048 Statutes and Codification As enacted, authorizes the Tennessee Code Commission to make stylistic, nonsubstantive changes when codifying acts of the general assembly and preparing replacement volumes, so long as such changes are consistent with style guidelines adopted by the commission and submitted to the senate and house judiciary committees. SB0931
0049 Tennessee Bureau of Investigation As enacted, clarifies that $13.75 court costs for TBI are imposed upon the forfeiture of any cash bond or other surety entered as a result of a municipal traffic citation. SB0990
0050 Driver Licenses As enacted, exempts persons holding a commercial driver license to perform transportation services as employee of federal or state government or political subdivision of the state or an agency established under compact between states and approved by Congress from the requirement that Tennessee commercial driver license holders must maintain valid medical card; exemption does not apply to passenger, school bus or hazardous material endorsement. SB1050
0051 Highway Signs As enacted, designates segment of S.R. 135 in Clay County as "Jerry Lee Denton Memorial Highway." SB0057
0052 Safety As enacted, removes requirement that alarm system monitoring companies perform alarm verifications prior to requesting law enforcement be dispatched to pharmacies. SB0098
0053 Alcoholic Beverages As enacted, allows Franklin Theatre to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises. SB0106
0054 Professions and Occupations As enacted, exempts employees of state higher education institutions who provide locksmithing services at facilities operated by the board of trustees of the University of Tennessee or the state board of regents from locksmith licensure requirements. SB0264
0055 Uniform Laws As enacted, corrects typographical error in Public Chapter 901 by inserting the word "or" in section specifying that remedies under the chapter are cumulative. SB0513
0056 Public Health As enacted, requires hospitals to provide parents of newborns with certain information concerning Pertussis disease and immunizations. SB0538
0057 Bail, Bail Bonds As enacted, specifies that defendant released before trial will continue on release during trial or release pending trial under same terms and conditions as were previously imposed, unless the court determines that other terms and conditions or termination of release are necessary; authorizes court to order a defendant held without release during existing trial, if, after the defendant is released upon personal recognizance, an unsecured personal appearance bond, or any other bond approved by the court, the defendant violates a condition of release, is charged with an offense committed during the defendant's release, or engages in conduct which results in the obstruction of the orderly and expeditious progress of the trial or other proceedings. SB0861
0058 Traffic Safety As enacted, eliminates a minimum and maximum range of fines for obscene displays on motor vehicles and specifies that the fine is a flat $50.00. HB0018
0059 University of Tennessee As enacted, authorizes the University of Tennessee to enter into certain agreements with foundations that support the university. HB0306
0060 Bankruptcy As enacted, clarifies that the notice of exemption given by a judgment debtor shall state "Tennessee law provides a $10,000 exemption" instead of "Tennessee law provides a $4,000 exemption." HB0491
0061 Sunset Laws As enacted, terminates the occupational safety and health administration labor advisory council. HB0619
0062 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the prevailing wage commission, June 30, 2015. HB0636
0063 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state unemployment compensation advisory council, June 30, 2015. HB0638
0064 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the elevator and amusement device safety board, June 30, 2015. HB0652
0065 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the occupational safety and health review commission, June 30, 2015. HB0665
0066 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the interstate compact on the placement of children, June 30, 2016. HB0666
0067 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2011." SB0484
0068 Telecommunications As enacted, enacts the "Uniform Access, Competition, and Consumer Fairness Act of 2011." SB0598
0069 Cooperatives As enacted, provides for suspension of certain assessments against grain producers; revises other provisions regarding assessments and grain indemnity fund. SB0877
0070 Teachers, Principals and School Personnel As enacted, changes date by which assignments for the following school year and notices of termination must be sent to school personnel from May 15 to June 15; specifies that director of schools must decide if a teacher is qualified for an open position; changes various requirements for obtaining tenure and other tenure-related provisions. SB1528
0071 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, provides that the marketing, sale, offering for sale, issuance, making, proposing to make and administration of a service contract shall not be construed to be the business of insurance and shall be exempt from regulation as insurance pursuant to title 56. SB1569
0072 Taxes As enacted, delays effective date of certain streamlined sales tax provisions until July 1, 2013; specifies that if the headquarters staff employee position does not remain filled during the investment period, the taxpayer must repay any franchise tax credit or refund taken relating to such position, plus interest; extends certain filing deadlines when due date falls on legal holiday. SB1520
0073 Planning, Public As enacted, authorizes the regulations or practice of planning commissions to provide for the "preliminary," rather than "tentative," approval of a plat prior to the developer making improvements. SB0089
0074 Livestock As enacted, limits liability of a bovine owner for injuries, loss, damage or death of another resulting from bovine activities if the bovine owner maintains proper warning notice on signs, and maintains proper fences and enclosures. SB0339
0075 Medical Occupations As enacted, requires health care practitioners licensed in the healing arts to affirmatively communicate proof of licensure to patients; expands list of practitioners required to post proof of licensure at their place of practice. SB0505
0076 Taxes, Ad Valorem As enacted, abolishes eligibility for carryovers for purposes of ad valorem tax equity payments made to telecommunications service providers. SB0636
0077 Taxes, Real Property As enacted, revises provisions governing obligation to pay property taxes during an assessment appeal. SB0638
0078 Criminal Offenses As enacted, clarifies intent of PC 1004 of 2010, imposing $250 drug testing fee on convictions of or grants of diversion for violations of Tennessee Drug Control Act, to apply statewide and not be limited to certain counties. SB0991
0079 Securities As enacted, broadens transaction exemptions under the Tennessee Securities Act of 1980. SB1336
0080 Election Laws As enacted, allows city of New Market to permit nonresident property owners to vote in municipal elections upon 2/3 approval of municipal legislative body. SB1509
0081 Driver Licenses As enacted, creates exception for commercial driver license holders and violations occurring in a commercial motor vehicle to the prohibition on the department of safety suspending a driver license for failing to appear in court on a traffic citation unless the request for suspension is made within six months of the violation. SB1531
0082 Sunset Laws As enacted, terminates the board of review, department of labor and workforce development. HB0622
0083 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of boiler rules, June 30, 2015. HB0662
0084 Law Enforcement As enacted, clarifies that money deposited in the police pay supplement fund can only be used for the payment of police pay supplements and such other payments as may be authorized by the police pay supplement statute. HB0754
0085 Highway Signs As enacted, designates segment of State Route 62 in Knox County as "Veterans Memorial Mile." HB0850
0086 Child Custody and Support As enacted, makes various changes regarding child custody determination for a mobilized member of the armed forces. HB1106
0087 Pest Control As enacted, revises the manner in which a person applying pesticides may be supervised. HB1240
0088 Criminal Offenses As enacted, creates the Class A misdemeanor offense of sexual contact by an authority figure which is defined as an adult with supervisory or disciplinary power over a minor, unlawfully kissing the minor for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification. HB1577
0089 Criminal Offenses As enacted, revises various criminal provisions relative to the use of any bank, savings and loan association, savings bank or subsidiary's trade name or trademark. HB1656
0090 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, revises authority of commissioner of commerce and insurance to investigate insurance agents; revises rights of insurance agents under investigation; revises penalties imposed against insurance agents. HB1845
0091 Children As enacted, deletes the age limitation in statute permitting mothers to publicly breastfeed only their children who are age 12 months or younger. SB0083
0092 Highway Signs As enacted, designates segment of U.S. Highway 70 in metropolitan Nashville as "THP Col. Elmer V. Craig Memorial Highway." SB0495
0093 Taxes, Personal Property As enacted, specifies that a personal property schedule may be amended only for certain reasons and that the failure of a taxpayer to receive the schedule would not excuse the taxpayer from filing the schedule by March 1. SB0742
0094 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, authorizes filings for personal risk insurance that provide for an overall statewide rate increase or decrease of no more than 15% in the aggregate for all coverages that are subject to the filing to take effect the date it is filed. SB0777
0095 Charitable Institutions As enacted, revises various provisions of the Charitable Gift Annuities Exemption Act. SB0892
0096 County Government As enacted, removes requirement that county legislative bodies must have typed or printed a description of the boundaries of county districts. SB1154
0097 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, requires that amendments to resolution that created a local government audit committee be submitted to the comptroller for review and comment in same manner as the creating resolution under present law; specifies that if audit committee was created by legislative body of a county whose charter requires charter changes to be approved in a referendum, and if such actions occurred and were approved in a referendum prior to January 1, 2011, then such an audit committee will be considered created pursuant to present law. SB1155
0098 Ethics As enacted, revises filing deadlines for employer disclosure reports from within 45 days of March 31 and September 30 to within 45 days of June 30 and December 31. SB1227
0099 Business Organizations As enacted, clarifies various provisions relative to business organizations and revises various provisions regarding documents from such organizations that are filed with the secretary of state. SB1312
0100 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, adds the conference of state bank supervisors and the money transmitter regulators association to list of entities to which the department of financial institutions may release confidential information concerning licensees and applicants, if such organizations enter into confidentiality agreements with the commissioner. SB1537

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