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0301 Police As introduced, requires officers arrested for any offense to report such arrests to the peace officer standards and training commission; establishes minimum attendance requirement for commission members and requires removal of members who do not meet the requirement. HB1049
0302 Statutes and Codification As introduced, requires that undefined words be given their natural and ordinary meaning, without forced or subtle construction that would limit or extend the meaning of the language, except when a contrary intention is clearly manifest. HB1111
0303 Dyer County As introduced, allows removal of overgrown vegetation and accumulated debris on owner-occupied residential property. HB1440
0304 DUI Offenses As introduced, requires search warrant or written consent prior to a blood test being performed to determine alcoholic or drug content of a driver's blood. HB0039
0305 Education As introduced, changes from "February 15" to "the second Tuesday in January" the date by which the commissioner of education is to make the annual report on conflict resolution intervention programs. HB0063
0306 Common Carriers As introduced, specifies that a rickshaw does not include a bicycle built for more than three people or any type of motorized scooter used by a disabled person. HB0141
0307 Schools, Charter As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee High-Quality Charter Schools Act." HB0310
0308 Victims' Rights As introduced, makes the identifying information of the minor victim of a criminal offense confidential and not open to inspection by members of the public, unless a court waives the confidentiality at the request of the minor's parent. HB0344
0309 Divorce, Annulment and Alimony As introduced, allows a court to consider control discounts, control premiums, and discounts for lack of marketability when determining the value of a closely held business or similar asset for purposes of property division in a divorce even if the sale of the business or similar asset is not reasonably foreseeable. HB0348
0310 Criminal Offenses As introduced, expands the offense of theft to include new home construction contractors who fail to refund amounts paid under contract under certain circumstances or deviate from or disregard plans or specifications in any material respect that are contained in a new home construction contract. HB0393
0311 Sexual Offenders As introduced, requires the board of parole to order any person convicted of rape of a child, aggravated rape of a child, or a child sexual predator offense to enroll in a satellite-based monitoring and supervision program for the entire time the person is on parole if the person does not maintain either a primary or secondary address. HB0404
0312 Taxes, Real Property As introduced, authorizes a county board of equalization to conduct hearings by telephone or electronic means when a taxpayer is provided an opportunity to challenge an increase of tax assessment or change in property classification. HB0425
0313 Local Education Agencies As introduced, requires all safety plans adopted pursuant to the SAVE Act to be tested annually by the appropriate school safety team and the results of the annual test to be provided to the Tennessee school safety center, the LEA, and the appropriate law enforcement agency; authorizes the Tennessee school safety center, the LEA, and the appropriate law enforcement agency to provide assistance for any plan that falls below the requirements of the SAVE Act. HB0439
0314 Liens As introduced, extends from two to three weeks the amount of time that a marina must advertise in a newspaper of general circulation notice of intent to enforce a lien upon any vessel or personal watercraft that lawfully comes into the marina's possession and is retained pending payment of all reasonable charges due. HB0473
0315 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the alcoholic beverage commission to June 30, 2021; requires the commission to return to the government operations committee to respond to targeted questions by December 31, 2017. SB0055
0316 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the board of podiatric medical examiners four years to June 30, 2021. SB0062
0317 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the department of economic and community development four years to June 30, 2021; requires the department to report back to the government operations committee on the department's response to the findings in the performance audit report by December 31, 2017. SB0069
0318 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the department of safety to June 30, 2020. SB0073
0319 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the human rights commission to June 30, 2021; requires the division of state audit to perform a limited question and answer review to address findings in the commission's 2016 performance audit report. SB0077
0320 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the private probation services council two years to June 30, 2019. SB0083
0321 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the second look commission four years to June 30, 2021. SB0084
0322 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the state textbook and instructional materials quality commission to June 30, 2019; requires the commission to appear before sunset review committee in 2017 to address issue of non-educators serving on textbook advisory committees. SB0092
0323 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the Tennessee council for career and technical education four years to June 30, 2021. SB0102
0324 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the Tennessee interagency cash flow committee six years to June 30, 2023. SB0106
0325 Motor Vehicles, Titling and Registration As introduced, clarifies that renewals of the registration of certain vehicles whose original expiration date was extended from February 28, 1997, to March 31, 1997, be available for renewal on March 1 of each year. SB0162
0326 Sunset Laws As introduced, deletes provisions in current law regarding the Tennessee economic council on women, which ceased to exist June 30, 2016. SB0241
0327 Sunset Laws As introduced, extends the board for licensing healthcare facilities one year to June 30, 2017. SB0242
0328 Education As introduced, revises requirements in state law where an SAT score is explicitly stated to account for the change in scoring on the revised SAT exams. SB0394
0329 Physicians and Surgeons As introduced, enacts the "Visiting Sports Team Act." SB0413
0330 Licenses As introduced, provides for reimbursement to the wildlife resources agency for lost revenue resulting from the issuance of free or partially discounted combination hunting and fishing licenses to persons on or after January 1, 2017. SB0454
0331 Real Property As introduced, prohibits homeowners' associations from adopting or enforcing regulations that prohibit veterans from flying the U.S. flag and military flags. SB0469
0332 Professions and Occupations As introduced, enacts the "Freedom to Prosper Act" to limit the circumstances under which local government entities may regulate occupations. SB0473
0333 Corporations, Not for Profit As introduced, requires the secretary of state to report to the general assembly by January 15, 2018, on issues concerning nonprofit corporations that use more than one assumed corporate name and the need, if any, for any appropriate adjustment to either the effective period for using the name or the limit on the number of names that may be used. SB0482
0334 Nurses, Nursing As introduced, modifies the relationship between an advanced practice registered nurse and a physician in regards to reporting of certain controlled substances to be a relationship based on collaboration rather than supervision. SB0523
0335 Solid Waste Disposal As introduced, increases the minimum number of members appointed to serve on regional solid waste boards, from five to seven; requires the two additional members to be elected officials from local governmental entities located within the region served by a board. SB0527
0336 Education As introduced, requires the Tennessee financial literacy commission to post its annual report on the website of the department of the treasury. SB0723
0337 Alcoholic Beverages As introduced, designates The Plaza in Nashville as a premier type tourist resort for purposes of on-premises consumption of alcoholic beverages. SB0740
0338 Alcoholic Beverages As introduced, removes automatic and permanent revocation of license for two or more convictions for violations under the consumption of alcoholic beverages on premises law; changes certain requirements for infused products; authorizes hotels to sell sealed packages of alcoholic beverages to registered guests; makes other various changes to alcohol-related laws. SB0798
0339 Weapons As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee Hearing Protection Act," which deletes the prohibition on possession, manufacture, transport, repair, or sale of a firearm silencer. SB0921
0340 Water Authorities As introduced, creates a mechanism for the periodic review of programs, strategies, and organizational structures of certain water and wastewater treatment authorities by the general assembly; authorizes the general assembly to determine the need for legislative action pursuant to such review. SB0951
0341 Handgun Permits As introduced, increases amount of time a handgun carry permit holder must notify the department of safety of a change of address from 60 days to 75 days. SB1077
0342 Mental Illness As introduced, establishes procedures to be followed by the trial court for the diagnosis, evaluation, and initial treatment of persons found not guilty by reason of insanity for first degree murder or certain other Class A felonies. SB1206
0343 State Government As introduced, authorizes administrative departments to obtain criminal history background checks on all employees and contractors with access to federal tax information; requires employees and contractors to make certain disclosures; requires departments or contractors to pay incurred costs; requires departments to establish written policies related to background check investigations; and authorizes department chief executives to designate the job titles or classifications subject to the background check requirement. SB1209
0344 Workers Compensation As introduced, removes the requirement that sole proprietors and partners must provide notice to the bureau of workers' compensation when electing to be included under the workers' compensation law; renames the second injury fund to subsequent injury and vocational recovery fund and authorizes the bureau to use money from the fund to provide vocational recovery assistance to employees with certain limitations; and revises various procedural provisions regarding appeals of workers' compensation orders. SB1214
0345 Law Enforcement As introduced, requires a blood test for the presence of the hepatitis and AIDS/HIV viruses to be administered to an arrested person if requested by a law enforcement officer, TBI employee, firefighter, EMT-paramedic, or EMT who may have been exposed to the virus; specifies that the test is for any hepatitis virus, rather than just hepatitis B. SB1223
0346 Taxes, Alcoholic Beverages As introduced, extends by one year the manner in which liquor-by-the-drink tax proceeds are distributed to local political subdivisions. SB1262
0347 Campaigns and Campaign Finance As introduced, redefines political campaign committee to be any group of persons receiving contributions or making expenditures in excess of $1,000 during a calendar year to support or oppose candidates. SB1265
0348 Professions and Occupations As introduced, specifies that a person who holds a master's degree in engineering from an approved institution, has a record of at least four years of progressive experience on certain engineering projects, and has obtained certification as an engineer intern must be registered as an engineer upon passage of an examination. SB0329
0349 Disabled Persons As introduced, allows disabled adults to have paid personal aides to perform health maintenance tasks for them. SB0597
0350 Health Care As introduced, authorizes certain healthcare providers or individual medical professionals to execute a contract with the department of health or a governmental contractor to deliver volunteer healthcare services to eligible low-income patients. SB0639
0351 Taxes, Real Property As introduced, redefines "farm property" for classification and assessment of property tax. SB0904
0352 Forfeiture of Assets As introduced, extends the period, from 45 days to 60 days after a request is filed, in which a court must set a date for hearing a person's claim in regards to a conveyance that has been seized following a conviction for a sexual offense, robbery offense, burglary offense, or a felony theft offense. SB1001
0353 Abortion As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee Infants Protection Act," which prohibits abortion of a viable fetus except in a medical emergency and requires testing to determine viability if a woman is at least 20 weeks pregnant. SB1180
0354 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As introduced, requires captive insurance companies to pay certain penalties and interest on the late payment of premium taxes; authorizes certain captive insurance companies to apply for and operate under a letter of dormancy; provides for the conversion of protected cells and pure captive insurance companies; revises certain compensation provisions regarding examinations of insurance companies. SB1190
0355 Pharmacy, Pharmacists As introduced, requires the board of pharmacy to report to the senate health and welfare committee and the health committee of the house of representatives by January 15, 2018, concerning the quantity and kinds of prescription drugs disposed of in the pharmacy drug disposal program. SB1320
0356 Mining and Quarrying As introduced, requires mine owners to include man hours, in lieu of the tons mined, on an annual report to the department of labor and workforce development; exempts mines subject to federal regulations from using an examination developed by the department for applicants for the position of mine foreman. SB1337
0357 Alcoholic Beverages As introduced, requires an applicant for a retail package store license and for a retail food store wine license to obtain and submit to a local government a criminal history record for purposes of certifying that the applicant has not committed a felony within the immediately preceding 10-year period. SB1375
0358 Criminal Procedure As introduced, clarifies that partial expunctions of criminal records are the removal of electronic records from relevant national, state, and local databases; adds $5.00 to seat belt violation fines to cover court clerk costs. HB0099
0359 Highways, Roads and Bridges As introduced, requires commissioners appointed by the county legislative body to oversee bridge repairs to report all completed repairs to the county legislative body within 60 days of the repair, rather than at the next meeting of the county legislative body. HB0106
0360 Teachers, Principals and School Personnel As introduced, creates a list of rights and protections afforded to educators. HB0174
0361 Schools, Charter As introduced, authorizes a chartering authority to require a charter school sponsor to pay an application fee of $2,500; authorizes an LEA to receive an annual authorizer fee of up to 3 percent of the charter school's per student state and local funding if the LEA is the charter school's chartering authority. HB0267
0362 Employees, Employers As introduced, decreases the amount of time that an employee has to leave the employer's premises from 12 hours to 10 hours from the time the employee ceased working for the employer. HB0419
0363 TennCare As introduced, requires the bureau of TennCare to report to the senate health and welfare committee and the health committee of the house of representatives concerning the effects of incorporating medication therapy management into its healthcare delivery systems by January 15, 2018. HB0628
0364 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As introduced, enacts the "Annual Coverage Assessment Act of 2017." HB0647
0365 Physicians and Surgeons As introduced, enacts the "Interstate Medical Licensure Compact." HB0664
0366 Courts, Juvenile As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee Zero to Five Initiative" to create five additional zero to five court programs throughout the state to be administered by the department of children's services. HB0862
0367 Children As introduced, changes from January 31 to February 1 the date by which the department of children's services must provide to the judiciary committee of the senate and the civil justice committee of the house of representatives a report of county commitment data for the previous fiscal year and a description of actions taken as part of the collaborative planning process. HB0959
0368 Energy As introduced, urges the department of environment and conservation to study other states' laws that require or allow the state to regulate wind energy facility siting; requires a written summary to be submitted to the general assembly. HB1021
0369 Agriculture As introduced, requires that industrial hemp license and permit fees be calculated in the same manner as other fees for programs administered by the department of agriculture pursuant to the tiered fee structure established under the Tennessee agricultural regulatory fund laws. HB1164
0370 Health Care As introduced, changes from July 1 to February 1 the deadline for the board for licensing healthcare facilities and the emergency medical services board, in collaboration with the committee on pediatric emergency care, to submit a report on the current status of emergency medical services for children and on continuing efforts to improve such services to the health and welfare committee of the senate and to the health committee of the house of representatives. HB1271
0371 Alcoholic Beverages As introduced, authorizes The Avenue Diner in Nashville to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption; prohibits such establishment from selling or giving away alcoholic beverages or beer only between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. HB1289
0372 Alcoholic Beverage Commission As introduced, removes jurisdiction over enforcement of criminal offenses involving marijuana from the commission. HB1291
0373 Wine & Wineries As introduced, increases from eight to 12 the number of wine festivals that may be held by a winery; removes requirement that servers at wine festivals hold a server permit; removes requirement that appropriate individuals at wineries hold a manager's permit. HB1292
0374 Pensions and Retirement Benefits As introduced, establishes pension stabilization reserve trusts for the hybrid and legacy retirement plans; makes other related changes. HB1373
0375 Constitutional Conventions As introduced, removes limitation on the number of delegates that may be appointed to a constitutional convention. SB0031
0376 Lottery, Scholarships and Programs As introduced, decreases the amount of time that teachers are required to teach math or science in a public school in order to be eligible for a Tennessee HOPE teacher's scholarship from two years to one year for each year of receipt of the scholarship. SB0034
0377 Hospitals and Health Care Facilities As introduced, requires the bureau of TennCare to provide prior notice to the chairs of the health committee of the house of representatives and the health and welfare committee of the senate before making pro rata reductions in payments from the nursing home assessment trust fund. SB0185
0378 Motor Vehicles As introduced, prohibits colored, steady-burning lights to the front of a vehicle other than white or amber; prohibits colored, flashing lights to the front of a vehicle; exempts law enforcement, emergency, emergency equipment company, and security vehicles, school buses, mail carriers, and other vehicles authorized to display steady-burning or flashing lights in certain colors. SB0194
0379 Juvenile Offenders As introduced, establishes a progressive truancy intervention program in K-12 schools that involves tiers of prejuvenile court programs designed to keep a truant child out of the juvenile court system. SB0196
0380 Workers Compensation As introduced, revises various provisions of the Workers' Compensation Law. SB0297
0381 Criminal Offenses As introduced, expands the offense of child endangerment to include knowingly exposing a child to or failing to protect a child from abuse or neglect resulting in imminent danger to the child; defines imminent danger as the existence of any condition or practice that could reasonably be expected to cause death or serious bodily injury. SB0310
0382 Juvenile Offenders As introduced, permits juvenile court to transfer a juvenile under 16 years of age to a criminal court of competent jurisdiction to be tried as an adult for committing an act of terrorism. SB0311
0383 Comptroller, State As introduced, requires a local government receiving annual audit findings to submit its annual budget and a corrective action plan to the comptroller; grants the comptroller discretion to approve the local government budget; authorizes sales tax revenue to be withheld from a noncomplying local government; grants the comptroller discretion to waive certain requirements. SB0315
0384 Special License Plates As introduced, extends from March 1 to March 15 the date by which the commissioner of revenue, or the commissioner's designee, has to appear before the transportation committee of the house of representatives and the transportation and safety committee of the senate to annually report the status of the computerized titling and registration system. SB0317
0385 Secretary of State As introduced, requires the secretary of state, when a property owner makes a request, to opine on whether property has been annexed by a municipality. SB0338
0386 Food and Food Products As introduced, requires commissioner of agriculture to promulgate rules to exempt from the Tennessee Meat and Poultry Inspection Act any livestock producers who are acting in compliance with the Federal Meat Inspection Act. SB0343
0387 Teachers, Principals and School Personnel As introduced, specifies that the rate of compensation set by an LEA for substitute teachers who are retired teachers who retired after June 30, 2011, cannot be less for retired teachers without an active teaching license than it is for retired teachers with an active teaching license. SB0379
0388 Driver Licenses As introduced, requires that driver licenses be printed in vertical format for persons under 21 years of age; authorizes licensees to replace vertical format license with horizontal one upon reaching 21 years of age for the cost of a duplicate license. SB0384
0389 Teachers, Principals and School Personnel As introduced, increases the money teachers receive for classroom instruction materials from $200 to $400. SB0401
0390 Taxes, Sales As introduced, requires certification of special census results for a municipality with regard to distribution of sales tax funds be sent to the commissioner of revenue in addition to the commissioner of finance and administration. SB0409
0391 Private Investigators As introduced, exempts persons who conduct background investigations solely for employment screening purposes from the licensure requirements for private investigators. SB0414
0392 Drugs, Prescription As introduced, establishes a prescription drug donation repository program. SB0429
0393 Safety As introduced, requires more oversight of amusement device inspections by the commissioner of labor and workforce development; increases number of device inspections; modifies standards of device operators; requires prominent display on devices of proof of inspection; and authorizes persons injured in accidents to bring a cause of action against owners and operators. SB0430
0394 Alcoholic Beverages As introduced, designates Hideaway of Arrington, the Barn at Sycamore Farms, and SouthCreek, all located in Williamson County, as premier type tourist resorts for purposes of consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises. SB0439
0395 Uniform Laws As introduced, modifies composition of the board of commissioners for the promotion of uniformity of legislation in the United States; specifies that all members of the board are entitled to reimbursement for travel expenses. SB0452
0396 Medical Occupations As introduced, enacts the "Kenneth and Madge Tullis, MD, Suicide Prevention Training Act." SB0489
0397 Marriage As introduced, authorizes a member of the armed forces of the United States who is deployed to another country to apply for a marriage license by submitting a notarized statement to the county clerk and to designate a proxy to appear at the marriage ceremony. SB0494
0398 Advertising As introduced, adds a definition for the term "footprint." SB0526
0399 Annexation As introduced, deletes the limitation allowing non-contiguous annexation by resolution to occur only in a county having a population according to the most recent decennial census that is greater than 44.5 percent and 50,000 of its population in the preceding decennial census. SB0568
0400 Education As introduced, re-designates the "Tennessee Baccalaureate Education System Trust Act" as the "Tennessee College Savings Trust Act" and replaces the TSAC director with a state university president as a member of the program's board of trustees; transfers trusteeship of the chairs of excellence endowment fund from the state school bond authority to a new board. SB0571

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