Tennessee 112th General Assembly - Public Acts Search

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Chapter Number Subject Abstract Bill Number
0001 Lottery, Charitable As enacted, authorizes an organization that is authorized to hold an annual event from the period January 1, 2021, through June 30, 2021, to hold the event no later than 60 calendar days after the event date listed in the annual event application, or June 30, 2021, whichever date is earlier. SB0004
0002 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the beef promotion board to June 30, 2029. SB0033
0003 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of chiropractic examiners to June 30, 2026. SB0034
0004 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of communication disorders and sciences to June 30, 2026. SB0035
0005 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of dentistry to June 30, 2026. SB0036
0006 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of dispensing opticians to June 30, 2026. SB0037
0007 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of medical examiners' committee on physician assistants to June 30, 2026. SB0039
0008 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of optometry to June 30, 2026. SB0041
0009 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of podiatric medical examiners to June 30, 2026. SB0042
0010 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of veterinary medical examiners to June 30, 2026. SB0043
0011 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the delta human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0047
0012 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of mental health and substance abuse services to June 30, 2025. SB0051
0013 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the East Tennessee human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0052
0014 Sunset Laws As enacted, terminates the egg promotion board with no wind down period. SB0054
0015 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the First Tennessee human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0056
0016 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the James K. Polk memorial association to June 30, 2027. SB0057
0017 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Mid-Cumberland human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0058
0018 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Northwest Tennessee human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0060
0019 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Ocoee River recreation and economic development fund board to June 30, 2028. SB0062
0020 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the pork promotion board to June 30, 2029. SB0063
0021 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the private probation services council to June 30, 2025. SB0064
0022 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the South Central Tennessee human resource agency to June 30, 2027. SB0067
0023 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Southeast Tennessee human resource agency to June 30, 2027. SB0068
0024 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Southeastern Interstate Forest Fire Protection Compact to June 30, 2027. SB0069
0025 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Southwest Tennessee human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0070
0026 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state Alzheimer's disease and related dementia advisory council to June 30, 2026. SB0071
0027 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state board of examiners for land surveyors to June 30, 2027. SB0073
0028 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state forestry commission to June 30, 2027. SB0074
0029 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the statewide planning and policy council for the department of mental health and substance abuse services to June 30, 2025. SB0078
0030 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee advisory commission on intergovernmental relations to June 30, 2029. SB0079
0031 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee aeronautics commission to June 30, 2027. SB0080
0032 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee athletic commission to June 30, 2025. SB0081
0033 Statutes and Codification As enacted, codifies the Acts of the 2020 regular and extraordinary sessions. SB0108
0034 Education, Dept. of As enacted, requires the department to survey all LEAs, public charter schools, and state special schools to determine whether there is a sufficient number of licensed speech-language pathologists in the public schools of this state to meet student needs and report the results of the survey to the education committees of the senate and house of representatives by January 15, 2022. SB0233
0035 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates June 12 as "Women's Veterans Day," a day of special observance. SB0390
0036 Public Property As enacted, authorizes the use of interest and principal deposited into certain special trust funds, which hold proceeds from the sale of certain public property, for capital maintenance of property controlled by the department of intellectual and developmental disabilities and other related purposes. SB0744
0037 State Government As enacted, prohibits state entities subject to review under the Tennessee Governmental Entity Review Law from promulgating rules or adopting policies to exempt members of such entities from rulemaking or policy requirements solely by virtue of their status as members. SB1123
0038 Parks, Natural Areas Preservation As enacted, renames the Cumberland Trail State Park the "Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park." SB1583
0039 Planning, Public As enacted, allows an owner or agent of the owner of real property to, prior to closing on the property, agree or negotiate to sell the property by reference to a subdivision plat before the final subdivision plat is approved by the planning commission. HB0407
0040 Local Education Agencies As enacted, requires that a student's gender for purposes of participation in a public middle school or high school interscholastic athletic activity or event be determined by the student's sex at the time of the student's birth, as indicated on the student's original birth certificate. SB0228
0041 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the advisory council on workers' compensation to June 30, 2025. SB0030
0042 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of economic and community development to June 30, 2025. SB0049
0043 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of financial institutions to June 30, 2025. SB0050
0044 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee bureau of investigation to June 30, 2025. SB0083
0045 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee council for career and technical education to June 30, 2026. SB0084
0046 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee council on autism spectrum disorder to June 30, 2026. SB0085
0047 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee dairy promotion committee to June 30, 2029. SB0086
0048 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee financial literacy commission to June 30, 2027. SB0087
0049 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee public charter school commission to June 30, 2023. SB0088
0050 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee public utility commission to June 30, 2027. SB0089
0051 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee soybean promotion board to June 30, 2029. SB0090
0052 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee technology development corporation to June 30, 2025. SB0093
0053 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee wine and grape board to June 30, 2025. SB0094
0054 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Upper Cumberland human resource agency to June 30, 2026. SB0096
0055 Motor Vehicles, Titling and Registration As enacted, enacts the "2021 Precious Cargo Act," which establishes procedures for certain citizens with intellectual or developmental disability or medical condition to communicate specific needs to law enforcement and first responders. SB0110
0056 Motor Vehicles As enacted, clarifies that a motorized wheelchair is not a motor vehicle for purposes of the rules of the road, accidents, and crimes involving motor vehicles. SB0154
0057 Education As enacted, requires that the instruction provided to a student who is identified for intervention through the response to instruction and intervention (RTI2) framework be determined by the student's local education agency based on the individual student's needs. SB0235
0058 Naming and Designating As enacted, recognizes the Algonquian, the Chickamaugan, the Iroquoian, the Muskogean, the Siouan, and the Yuchean cultural groups as Tennessee's first peoples. SB0243
0059 Alcoholic Beverages As enacted, removes residency requirements for a person applying for a retail liquor license. SB0293
0060 Orders of Protection As enacted, permits service of ex parte orders of protection for up to one year from issuance; creates a lifetime order of protection that can be issued to a victim of certain felony offenses to prohibit the offender from coming about or communicating with the victim. SB0621
0061 Motor Vehicles As enacted, changes the annual application for a certificate of authority by an automobile club or association to a one-time application prior to commencement of operations; provides licenses issued must be renewed annually and include updated documents and information. SB0724
0062 Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, Dept. of As enacted, requires the chief officer of a facility to notify certain persons within a certain time after the death of a person admitted to the facility; requires the department to strive to ensure at least a majority of the members of each regional citizen-based planning and policy council are former service recipients or family members of service recipients; makes other changes relative to mental health and substance abuse services. SB0753
0063 Veterans Services, Dept. of As enacted, removes requirement that department veteran service officers be combat veterans. SB0763
0064 General Assembly As enacted, updates references to house of representative committee names. SB0785
0065 Gambling As enacted, authorizes the ownership, possession, purchase, and sale of antique gambling machines; prohibits operation by members of the public of any such machine that is on public display. SB1258
0066 Business and Commerce As enacted, authorizes the sale or purchase of previously titled antique or unique motor vehicles without a motor vehicle dealer license through auction formats that meet certain criteria. SB1350
0067 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, clarifies that, except when dealing with an assignment of benefits to a healthcare provider, the rights, duties, or benefits provided by a policy of insurance may be assigned only as expressly provided by the terms of the policy of insurance or as otherwise expressly allowed by the insurer. SB1376
0068 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates the month of April as "Barber, Beauty, and Health Month." SB1419
0069 Taxes, Tobacco, Tobacco Products As enacted, exempts smokeless nicotine products from the tax on tobacco products and cigarettes. SB0143
0070 Taxes, Exemption and Credits As enacted, creates a sales and use tax exemption and a credit for qualified payroll expenses against an applicant's combined franchise and excise tax liability for qualified film or television productions if the commissioners of revenue and economic and community development determine that the exemption and credit is in the best interests of the state. HB0141
0071 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of examiners in psychology to June 30, 2026. HB0264
0072 Sunset Laws As enacted, updates the name, from committee for purchase from the blind and other severely disabled to committee for providing competitive integrated employment for individuals with severe disabilities; extends the committee to June 30, 2026. HB0272
0073 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the emergency communications board to June 30, 2025. HB0280
0074 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the occupational safety and health review commission to June 30, 2027. HB0286
0075 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee State University, board of trustees to June 30, 2023. HB0311
0076 Alcoholic Beverages As enacted, authorizes a person or entity holding a retail package store license, liquor-by-the-drink license, or retail food store wine license to sell or transfer the person's or entity's inventory of alcoholic beverages or wine, as applicable, upon the sale or closure of the establishment to another licensee if certain requirements are met. HB0557
0077 Teachers, Principals and School Personnel As enacted, enacts the "Teacher's Discipline Act," which establishes requirements and procedures for teachers to discipline students in the teachers' classrooms, including relocation of a student. HB0016
0078 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, changes, from six months to 12 months, the permitted holding period by a bank for non-real-property acquired in satisfaction of a loan. HB0058
0079 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, increases from 20 to 30 years the amount of time within which loans from the drinking water revolving loan fund must be amortized; increases from 30 to 40 years the time within which such loans must be amortized when made to disadvantaged communities. HB0091
0080 Real Property As enacted, prohibits a homeowners' association from prohibiting the use of a sign posted to warn the public of health, safety, or dangerous natural conditions associated with water on the property in certain circumstances; clarifies date of application of prohibition on HOA prohibiting property owners from displaying flags. HB0128
0081 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the regional transportation authority of Middle Tennessee to June 30, 2024. HB0254
0082 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the alcoholic beverage commission to June 30, 2027; requires the commission to report back to the government operations subcommittee by December 31, 2021 for an update of the findings on the 2020 performance audit. HB0257
0083 Criminal Offenses As enacted, enacts the "2020 Defense Doctrine," which adds imminent danger of grave sexual abuse as a justification for the use of deadly force in self-defense and to defenses of duress and use of deadly force by law enforcement officer; defines grave sexual abuse as rape, aggravated rape, rape of a child, or aggravated rape of a child. HB0050
0084 Guardians and Conservators As enacted, requires that petitions for appointment of a conservator include results of searches of the proposed conservator in the department of health's registry of persons who have abused, neglected, or misappropriated the property of vulnerable persons and the national sex offender registry. HB0100
0085 Corporations, For Profit As enacted, requires corporations to implement certain measures and maintain certain records when allowing shareholder meetings to be conducted by remote means. HB0106
0086 Taxes, Sales As enacted, excludes from the definition of "tangible personal property" for sales and use tax purposes certain mains, pipes, pipelines, and tanks and certain railroads, railroad structures, substructures, tracks and the metal thereon, branches, switches, and other improvements thereon; deems all as realty upon installation for purposes of sales tax laws. HB0131
0087 Consumer Protection As enacted, creates a private right of action for owners, assignees, agents, or licensees of commercial recordings or audiovisual works electronically disseminated in violation of the True Origin of Goods Act; clarifies that no criminal penalty is incurred with a violation of the Act. HB0207
0088 Workers Compensation As enacted, transfers administration of construction service provider registration from the secretary of state to the bureau of workers' compensation. HB0386
0089 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates June 19 of each year as "Juneteenth," a day of special observance. HB0394
0090 Workers Compensation As enacted, removes liability of a general contractor, intermediate contractor, or subcontractor for workers' compensation to a construction services provider for injuries occurring during the time period of December 9, 2019, through September 9, 2021, if certain conditions are met. HB0395
0091 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, increases existing fees, and adds additional fees, that an industrial loan and thrift company, industrial investment company, or industrial bank may charge to service various loans. HB0421
0092 Education, Higher As enacted, extends and expands provisions regarding the process of selecting persons to fill certain positions at a public institution of higher education in this state. HB0473
0093 Election Laws As enacted, expands the right of a person to place political campaign signs on their property for a certain time to all elections rather than only general elections as provided under the Tennessee Freedom of Speech Act. HB0500
0094 Real Estate Agents and Brokers As enacted, authorizes direct payments to be made to a business entity solely owned by a broker, affiliate broker, or other licensee licensed by the real estate commission formed for the purpose of receiving compensation for the broker, affiliate broker, or other licensee. HB0605
0095 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates the month of June as "African-American Music Appreciation Month." HB0826
0096 Education As enacted, specifies that local boards of education and governing bodies of public charter schools, as applicable, have the sole authority to open or close schools during a public health emergency; authorizes the board or governing body to delegate that authority to the director of schools or school administrator, as applicable. SB0103
0097 Motor Vehicles, Titling and Registration As enacted, converts special purpose boat dealer plates to boat transport plates; authorizes persons or businesses that transport boats for hire to be issued special purpose boat transport plates in addition to manufacturers and dealers of boats. SB0165
0098 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, authorizes an incentive program established by the board of claims to include policies and procedures for the effective and efficient administration of claims; authorizes those policies and procedures to establish the timeframe and content for the agency response relative to claims and the imposition of fines and penalties for noncompliance. SB0372
0099 Sewage As enacted, authorizes loans from the wastewater facility revolving loan fund for privately owned for-profit community wastewater treatment systems that are subject to state regulation and meet certain financial qualifications; expands the definition of local government under the Wastewater Facilities Act of 1987 to include a privately owned community wastewater treatment system subject to regulation by the Tennessee public utility commission, whether for-profit or not-for-profit. SB0428
0100 Landlord and Tenant As enacted, authorizes property managers to testify against tenants in the same manner as landlords or owners of rental property. SB0459

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