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Chapter Number Subject Abstract Bill Number
0001 Statutes and Codification As enacted, codifies the acts of the 2012 legislative session. SB0034
0002 Municipal Government As enacted, allows all municipally owned electric systems to promote economic and industrial development through participation in the rural economic development loan and grant program. SB0078
0003 Agriculture As enacted, removes prohibition against selling produce raised in community gardens. SB0102
0004 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, adds option of filing a notarized statement indicating certain data when a hospital changes ownership in lieu of filing a joint annual report with the department of health in such instance. SB0104
0005 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, revises provisions governing certain books and records of an insurance company being located in this state. SB0146
0006 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the agricultural hall of fame, board of directors, June 30, 2019. SB0307
0007 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the genetic advisory committee, June 30, 2019. SB0335
0008 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Interstate Compact for Juveniles, June 30, 2018. SB0340
0009 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Interstate Compact for Supervision of Adult Offenders, June 30, 2018. SB0341
0010 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the sex offender treatment board, June 30, 2018. SB0347
0011 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Southern states energy board, June 30, 2019. SB0349
0012 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Southern States Nuclear Compact, June 30, 2019. SB0350
0013 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the statewide planning and policy council for the department of intellectual and developmental disabilities, June 30, 2017. SB0354
0014 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the viticulture advisory board, June 30, 2019. SB0367
0015 Public Records As enacted, includes as confidential all information and records received or generated by the comptroller of the treasury containing allegations of unlawful conduct or fraud, waste or abuse. SB0083
0016 Handgun Permits As enacted, allows person with a valid handgun carry permit to transport and store a firearm or firearm ammunition in the permit holder's privately-owned motor vehicle in public or private parking areas under certain conditions. SB0142
0017 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee auctioneer commission, June 30, 2018. HB0752
0018 Teachers, Principals and School Personnel As enacted, gives teachers who teach in multiple subject areas until January 1, 2014, to pass the content area tests in the subject areas in which they are teaching. SB0268
0019 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the investment advisory council, June 30, 2018. SB0342
0020 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee interagency cash flow committee, June 30, 2017; changes the date by which the state treasurer is required to post monthly on the public web site of the treasury department the latest version of the cash flow projection and any notes or explanatory statements accompanying such projection from January 1, 2012, to July 1, 2014. SB0362
0021 Comptroller, State As enacted, redefines the functions and duties of the office of local government in the office of the comptroller of the treasury. SB0080
0022 Naming and Designating As enacted, declares the third week of June as "Lymphedema Awareness Week." SB0256
0023 Healthcare Liability As enacted, provides for the destruction of any protected health information obtained in course of interviews with claimant's healthcare providers at the end of litigation and requires a qualified protective order to provide that participation in interview by treating healthcare provider is voluntary. SB0273
0024 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of funeral directors and embalmers, June 30, 2018. SB0315
0025 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the collection service board, June 30, 2018. SB0323
0026 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the commission for uniform legislation, June 30, 2018. SB0324
0027 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the compact for education, June 30, 2018. SB0325
0028 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the private investigation and polygraph commission, June 30, 2018. SB0344
0029 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the real estate appraiser commission, June 30, 2018. SB0345
0030 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the real estate commission, June 30, 2018. SB0346
0031 Sunset Laws As enacted, creates sunrise provisions for the beef, pork and egg promotion boards, June 30, 2015. SB0375
0032 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, provides immunity to health providers determining that a person needs emergency mental health treatment or needs physical restraint or vehicle security during transportation to a hospital or treatment resource. SB0442
0033 Probation and Parole As enacted, provides that the willful failure of a misdemeanor probationer to pay the supervision fee, whether to a private or governmental entity, is a ground for violation of probation and the supervising entity is to report all incidents of nonpayment to the sentencing judge. SB0560
0034 Emergency Communications Districts As enacted, allows a representative of the sheriff and county mayor to serve on the governing body of an emergency communications district instead of the present requirement that the sheriff and county mayor serve on the governing body. HB0076
0035 State Government As enacted, designates official Tennessee War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission. HB0095
0036 Financial Institutions, Dept. of As enacted, specifies that the commissioner may disclose information from bank examiner reports to the federal reserve board when disclosure is in best interest of sound banking regulation (instead of only in the case of an application to form a bank holding company if the principal affiliate bank to be acquired is a state bank); clarifies that commissioner can also make such disclosures to "the federal consumer financial protection bureau" instead of "the office of thrift supervision." HB0161
0037 Alcoholic Beverages As enacted, removes beer from calculation of gross revenue in regard to limited service restaurants. HB0211
0038 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee advisory commission on intergovernmental relations, June, 30, 2017. HB0753
0039 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of veterinary medical examiners, June 30, 2017. HB0774
0040 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of podiatric medical examiners, June 30, 2017. HB0775
0041 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of optometry, June 30, 2017. HB0776
0042 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of medical examiners' committee on physician assistants, June 30, 2017. HB0777
0043 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of examiners in psychology, June 30, 2017. HB0779
0044 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of communications disorders and sciences, June 30, 2017. HB0782
0045 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of chiropractic examiners, June 30, 2017. HB0783
0046 Education, Higher As enacted, authorizes and encourages teacher training programs at public institutions of higher education to offer coursework on neurological or brain science research. SB0059
0047 Motor Vehicles As enacted, authorizes a freight motor vehicle to exceed the maximum gross weight requirements by a certain amount if such motor vehicle has idle-reduction technology or other emissions-reduction technology installed. SB0065
0048 Comptroller, State As enacted, deletes requirement that governmental agencies with state owned motor vehicle fleets submit annual energy conservation plan analyses to the comptroller. SB0081
0049 Solid Waste Disposal As enacted, requires that public solid waste management funds be accounted for in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP); specifies that the activities related to the management of solid waste must be accounted for in either a special revenue or enterprise fund, unless explicitly prohibited by GAAP. SB0082
0050 Workers Compensation As enacted, allows the commissioner of the department of labor and workforce development to obtain information regarding employer workers' compensation insurance policies in order to ensure compliance with the law and provides that such information is confidential and not a public record. SB0124
0051 Uniform Commercial Code As enacted, revises provision concerning remittance transfers. SB0219
0052 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee heritage conservation trust fund board of trustees, June 30, 2014. SB0305
0053 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the child care agency licensing board of review, June 30, 2019. SB0321
0054 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the collateral pool board, June 30, 2018; revises provisions regarding composition of board. SB0322
0055 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of financial institutions, June 30, 2017. SB0329
0056 Codes As enacted, updates electric safety code, from 2006 version to 2011 version, for electric-supply stations and lines. SB0492
0057 Naming and Designating As enacted, names Cleveland/Bradley County State Veterans Home. SB0533
0058 Pets As enacted, specifies that present law requirement that dogs and cats be securely confined or kept on a leash while being transported in the state only applies to dogs and cats that are rabid or suspected of being rabid. SB0561
0059 Credit Unions As enacted, authorizes compensation for the members of the board of directors subject to certain conditions. SB0587
0060 Public Health As enacted, requires hospitals to give patients, upon discharge, certain information concerning influenza and vaccines. SB0979
0061 Tennessee Regulatory Authority As enacted, revises various provisions pertaining to the TRA's power to regulate telecommunications providers. SB1180
0062 Driver Licenses As enacted, requires the department of safety to waive the driving skills test, and accept alternative requirements, for active duty and honorably discharged service members applying for commercial driver licenses; identifies certain alternative requirements, which include operating a commercial motor vehicle in the military in combination with a good driving record. SB0010
0063 Taxes, Real Property As enacted, clarifies that financial records for income verification and information concerning disabilities submitted for the purposes of the property tax relief or property tax freeze programs are confidential. SB0137
0064 Auditing As enacted, requires the chair of the state and local government audit committees to report certain information to the comptroller in the event the chair suspects the information demonstrates that illegal, improper, wasteful or fraudulent activity may have occurred. SB0138
0065 Utilities, Utility Districts As enacted, creates the Underground Utility Damage Prevention Advisory Committee to review Tennessee's underground utility damage prevention program in order to evaluate its compliance with applicable federal requirements and to make recommendations to the general assembly. SB0851
0066 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the soil scientist advisory committee, June 30, 2014. HB0834
0067 Autopsies As enacted, extends the date from July 1, 2012, to July 1, 2014, for a facility in Hamilton County where autopsies are performed to receive accreditation from the National Association of Medical Examiners. HB0901
0068 Judicial Districts As enacted, sets the current statutory requirement for criminal investigator positions in each judicial district as the statutory minimum and increases the prior service credit maximum available to criminal investigators from eight years to 12 years; revises other provisions related to criminal investigators for district attorneys. HB1040
0069 Hotels and Restaurants As enacted, modifies service dog requirements in places of public accommodation to conform with federal regulations implementing Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. HB0085
0070 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, specifies that provisions limiting the hours and days of operation of a title pledge lender do not prohibit the title pledge lender from accepting a payment pursuant to an existing title pledge or property pledge agreement at any time. HB0086
0071 Economic and Community Development As enacted, clarifies what is considered to be "private land" or "land expected to become privately owned" for purposes of present law prohibition against Fast Track infrastructure grants being applied to private land or to land expected to become privately owned. HB0149
0072 Day Care As enacted, clarifies that Parent's Day Out licensing exemption applies to programs operated by a religious institution or organization instead of a church or church organization; requires such programs to register with department of human services and maintain certain records; specifies that each separate location or campus of a religious institution or religious organization will be considered a separate religious institution or religious organization for the purpose of Parents' Day Out or any similar program. HB0172
0073 Veterans' Affairs, Dept. of As enacted, authorizes department to establish veteran cemeteries, in addition to the three cemeteries required under present law, as needed, by using federal planning criteria in order to receive federal grant funding to assist with establishing the additional cemeteries. HB0187
0074 Pharmacy, Pharmacists As enacted, revises tamper resistant prescription requirements to authorize printing with technology that results in a tamper resistant prescription. HB0319
0075 Historical Sites and Preservation As enacted, enacts the "Tennessee Heritage Protection Act of 2013." HB0553
0076 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state board of accountancy, June 30, 2016. HB0747
0077 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee wars commission, June 30, 2019. HB0748
0078 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the post-conviction defender oversight commission, June 30, 2018. HB0762
0079 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the alcoholic beverage commission, June 30, 2017. HB0785
0080 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the standards committee, department of human services, June 30, 2019. HB0787
0081 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the University of Tennessee, board of trustees, June 30, 2014. HB0789
0082 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee higher education commission, June 30, 2014. HB0793
0083 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of mental health and substance abuse services, June 30, 2017. HB0824
0084 Real Estate Agents and Brokers As enacted, makes various changes regarding maintenance and renewal of errors and omissions insurance required under the Tennessee Real Estate Broker License Act of 1973. SB0646
0085 Education As enacted, changes the date by which children must be four years of age from September 30 to August 31 for the 2013-2014 school year and to August 15 for school years thereafter for entrance in public pre-kindergarten programs; permits those children who have attended certain pre-k programs in 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 to enter kindergarten in 2013-2014 or 2014-2015. HB0839
0086 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of parole, June 30, 2015; requires division of state audit to conduct limited audit to address certain findings of previous audit. HB0829
0087 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee regulatory authority, June 30, 2017. HB0750
0088 Education, Higher As enacted, enacts the "Skills for Jobs Act." HB0566
0089 Health Care As enacted, revises the membership of the child fatality prevention team; requires that conflict of interest disclosures for certain persons associated with an MCO that participates in TennCare be made to "the bureau of TennCare," instead of "the commissioner of health"; and removes some code references to the public health council terminated in 2008. HB0518
0090 Traffic Safety As enacted, authorizes commissioner of safety to revoke or refuse to issue authorization for municipalities under 10,000 persons to enforce the rules of the road on portions of the interstate in their city limits if such municipalities do not comply with applicable rules or act without proper authority. HB0505
0091 Local Government, General As enacted, prohibits local governments from mandating health insurance benefits, leave policies, hourly wage standards or prevailing wage standards that deviate from state statutorily imposed standards on private employers as either a condition of operating a business within the jurisdictional boundaries of the local government or when the local government contracts with a private employer; prohibits a county, municipality, or political subdivision of the state from adopting a wage theft ordinance or regulation that exceeds certain state and federal laws. HB0501
0092 Insurance, Health, Accident As enacted, changes the number of full-time employees an employer must have from 25 to 100 or less before an employer may reject a contract's point of service option. HB0400
0093 Environmental Preservation As enacted, removes references to the conservation commission that was abolished in 2012; deletes language suggesting that balloon releases consisting of more than 25 balloons may be authorized in certain counties by issuance of a permit since no government agency is presently authorized to issue such permits in counties where such balloon releases are prohibited. HB0338
0094 Energy As enacted, renames the state oil and gas board reclamation fund in light of change in board's name in 2012 to Tennessee board of water quality, oil and gas. HB0337
0095 Tennessee Fish & Wildlife Commission As enacted, corrects a cross reference in present law to clarify that persons who resided in the Sundquist wildlife management area prior to July 1, 2004, were eligible to receive a user permit for recreational activities within the area if they submitted proof of residency within 90 days of June 7, 2004. HB0336
0096 Railroads As enacted, revises the Governmental Tort Liability Act in regard to for-profit rail lines and rail line rights of way. HB0282
0097 Criminal Procedure As enacted, clarifies that the integrated criminal justice steering committee may share criminal justice and juvenile justice information among law enforcement agencies outside the state. HB0232
0098 Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation As enacted, expands certain duties of the Tennessee student assistance corporation (TSAC) concerning receipt and investment of funds; requires TSAC to administer a need-based grant program funded though an endowment for Tennesseans seeking an associate's degree or certificate from a two-year, public postsecondary institution. HB0188
0099 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As enacted, clarifies that employees, contractors and agents are entitled to relief under the Tennessee Medicaid False Claims Act for employment discrimination due to any effort of such person to stop a violation of the Act. HB0184
0100 Mental Illness As enacted, revises provisions governing trial reports and retirement of misdemeanor charges for persons incompetent to stand trial. HB0174

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