Tennessee 113th General Assembly - Public Acts Search

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Chapter Number Subject Abstract Bill Number
0001 Public Health As enacted, prohibits a healthcare provider from performing on a minor or administering to a minor a medical procedure if the performance or administration of the procedure is for the purpose of enabling a minor to identify with, or live as, a purported identity inconsistent with the minor's sex. SB0001
0002 Obscenity and Pornography As enacted, creates an offense for a person who engages in an adult cabaret performance on public property or in a location where the adult cabaret performance could be viewed by a person who is not an adult. SB0003
0003 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of appeals for the department of human resources to June 30, 2027. SB0030
0004 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of boiler rules to June 30, 2028. SB0031
0005 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of trustees of the college savings trust fund program to June 30, 2029. SB0035
0006 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the elevator and amusement device safety board to June 30, 2028. SB0045
0007 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the energy efficient schools council to June 30, 2027. SB0047
0008 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the prevailing wage commission to June 30, 2028. SB0050
0009 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the professional art therapist advisory committee of the board of examiners in psychology to June 30, 2024. SB0051
0010 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact Act to June 30, 2031. SB0052
0011 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Sam Davis memorial association, board of trustees to June 30, 2029. SB0053
0012 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the statewide community services agency to June 30, 2027. SB0057
0013 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee board of water quality, oil, and gas to June 30, 2028. SB0058
0014 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee consolidated retirement system, board of trustees to June 30, 2029. SB0059
0015 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee corn promotion board to June 30, 2028. SB0060
0016 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee heritage conservation trust fund board of trustees to June 30, 2028. SB0061
0017 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee interagency cash flow committee to June 30, 2029. SB0062
0018 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the underground utility damage enforcement board to June 30, 2028. SB0067
0019 Fairs As enacted, substitutes a representative of the Tennessee Association of Fairs for the Association's executive director as a member of the state fair and exposition commission. SB0237
0020 DUI Offenses As enacted, requires that any ignition interlock device that is installed on or after January 1, 2024, employ global positioning system (GPS) technology that will geotag the motor vehicle's location whenever an initial startup test, a random retest, or a skipped test occurs, or when circumvention of the device is detected. SB0258
0021 Local Government, General As enacted, caps at 20 the number of members that may be elected to the governing body of a metropolitan or municipal government. HB0048
0022 Statutes of Limitations and Repose As enacted, increases the statute of limitation for prosecution of official misconduct and destruction of and tampering with governmental records to six years from the date of the offense. SB0147
0023 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, makes various changes to the Insurance Holding Company System Act, including a requirement to file an annual group capital calculation, requirements regarding the use and filing of results of a liquidity stress test, and other related changes. SB0239
0024 Health Care As enacted, authorizes the department of intellectual and developmental disabilities to provide home health services to outpatients through its administration of the Tennessee Early Intervention System and the home- and community-based services provided through such system. SB0248
0025 Public Records As enacted, removes a requirement to preserve leases to which the state is a party on microfilm and instead requires preservation of such leases on appropriate electronic or other storage media. SB0253
0026 Environment and Conservation, Department of As enacted, allows the department to disclose motor vehicle accident reports to authorized persons relating to a guest's use of state parks. SB0262
0027 Law Enforcement As enacted, prohibits the POST commission from certifying a person decertified in another state because of criminal or other misconduct; requires the commission to evaluate the qualifications of a person certified as a law enforcement officer in another state by reviewing the person's training, practical experience, and education. SB0265
0028 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, specifies that the requirement to notify the department of revenue of the death of the sole or last surviving lessee of a safe deposit box does not apply if the lessee died after December 31, 2015; specifies that a state trust institution is not required to publish public notice in order to establish and maintain a new trust office; authorizes the holder of debt secured by a mortgage, deed of trust, or other lien to assess and collect fees from the borrower of the debt for the anticipated or actual costs of making entry of partial or entire payments upon the record, or for registering a formal release. SB0676
0029 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the controlled substance database committee to June 30, 2027. HB0202
0030 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Doe Mountain recreation authority to June 30, 2029. HB0210
0031 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of nursing to June 30, 2027. HB0199
0032 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of pharmacy to June 30, 2027. HB0200
0033 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the medical cannabis commission to June 30, 2025. HB0214
0034 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the state unemployment compensation advisory council to June 30, 2028. HB0222
0035 Expunction As enacted, allows a defendant or defendant's counsel, in addition to a judge or district attorney general, to request a certificate from the Tennessee bureau of investigation relative to a defendant's eligibility for pretrial diversion. HB0450
0036 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates the month of May as "Silver Alert Awareness Month." SB0023
0037 Ethics As enacted, changes the date by which the Tennessee ethics commission must report to the governor and general assembly on the administration and enforcement of laws within its jurisdiction; specifies the scope of the commission's jurisdiction; revises provisions governing the issuance of advisory opinions by the commission; requires certain entities to notify the commission of the primary person responsible for administering and enforcing the entity's ethical standards; changes updating requirements for the disclosure form; and clarifies which entity can issue formal advisory opinions. SB0158
0038 Ethics As enacted, requires assistant director and general counsel of the bureau of ethics and campaign finance, if any, to be employed upon the recommendation of the executive director and approval by the board of directors of the bureau; requires persons and entities required to register with the registry of election finance or the Tennessee ethics commission to provide an email address, or alternatively, a mailing address if no email address is available, for the purpose of serving notice upon the registrant. SB0159
0039 Motor Vehicles As enacted, authorizes, to the extent required by federal law, a vehicle operated by an engine fueled by natural gas or powered primarily by means of electric battery power to exceed vehicle weight limits, up to a maximum gross vehicle weight of 82,000 pounds, under criteria similar to the exception provided for vehicles operated by an engine fueled primarily by natural gas. SB0210
0040 Human Services, Dept. of As enacted, changes the department's periodic review of the child support guidelines from every three years from the date of promulgation to every four years. SB0247
0041 Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation As enacted, authorizes the responding law enforcement officer or the district attorney general's office to extend criminal immunity to persons who are experiencing a subsequent drug overdose and who are seeking medical assistance. SB0256
0042 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, makes changes to the law regarding assignment of benefits to a healthcare provider; removes provisions of law relative to the collection of out-of-network charges by healthcare facilities. SB0266
0043 Expunction As enacted, requires a court ordering the expunction of a person's public records of a criminal offense as a result of successful completion of a diversion program to include the person's state control number in the expunction order submitted to the Tennessee bureau of investigation. SB0333
0044 TennCare As enacted, prohibits the state from filing certain claims seeking recovery against the estates of deceased ABLE account beneficiaries. SB0363
0045 Local Government, General As enacted, prohibits political subdivisions from prohibiting, based on the type or source of energy to be delivered to an individual customer, the sale or installation of an appliance utilized for cooking, space heating, water heating, or another end use. SB0367
0046 Marriage As enacted, clarifies that former municipal judges may solemnize a marriage. SB0583
0047 Holidays and Days of Special Observance As enacted, designates the second Monday in April of each year as "Tennessee Lineworker Appreciation Day." SB1329
0048 Public Health As enacted, makes permanent various provisions regarding COVID-19. SB0011
0049 Statutes and Codification As enacted, codifies the Acts of the 2022 regular session. SB0094
0050 State Government As enacted, clarifies that employees of state governmental entities who are compensated through funding sources other than this state are subject to the Tennessee State Employees Uniform Nepotism Policy Act of 1980; creates criminal and civil penalties for a state employee who violates the Act; authorizes the attorney general and reporter to investigate violations of the Act. SB0103
0051 Human Services, Dept. of As enacted, increases, from three to four years, the duration of Tennessee opportunity pilot programs for which temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) program funds must be dedicated; extends, from 12 to 18 months, the length of time following the end of each federal fiscal year by which the department must spend all unobligated TANF program funds; makes other related revisions. SB0246
0052 Motor Vehicles, Titling and Registration As enacted, eliminates the disabled license plate fee for a parent or guardian of an individual who is permanently and totally confined to a wheelchair and who does not own or operate a vehicle; discontinues the honorary consular cultural plate. SB0257
0053 Taxes, Sales As enacted, clarifies that machinery, equipment, and associated parts used by the department of general services or a contracted entity for the Megasite Authority of West Tennessee is included in the definition of "industrial machinery" for purposes of sales and use taxes. SB0272
0054 Purchasing and Procurement As enacted, increases the threshold, from $10,000 to $25,000, above which sealed bids are required by a city chartered under the city manager-commission general law charter; increases the threshold, from $10,000 to $25,000, below which the board of commissioners in such city may delegate the approval of contracts to the city manager. SB0423
0055 TennCare As enacted, clarifies that the Medical Assistance Act of 1968 does not require a vendor, healthcare provider, or telehealth provider group that provides healthcare services exclusively via telehealth to have a physical address or site in this state in order to be eligible to enroll as a vendor, provider, or provider group for the medical assistance program. SB0680
0056 Banks and Financial Institutions As enacted, extends, from May 1 to November 1, the due date of the report delivered by a lessor of a safe deposit box to the state treasurer containing the name and address of the lessee and an inventory of the contents of the box; extends, from May 1 to November 1, the deadline by which contents of an abandoned safe deposit box may be claimed before the lessor is required to sell the contents. SB0682
0057 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, removes the requirement that an individual applying for an insurance producer license take a prelicensing course of study for a line of authority; removes other references to the prelicensing education requirement for applicants for an insurance producer license. SB1369
0058 Consumer Protection As enacted, exempts an affiliate of a business licensed under state insurance laws and a person or entity providing certain service contracts, or an affiliate of the person or entity, from requirements governing businesses that make automatic renewal offers or continuous service offers to consumers. HB0136
0059 Financial Disclosure As enacted, requires political campaign committees to report contributions and expenditures for a local election to the registry of election finance rather than to the local county election commission; requires complaints on statements of local political campaign committees to be filed in the office of the registry of election finance rather than with the local district attorney. HB0486
0060 Utilities, Utility Districts As enacted, excludes streaming video content from the definition of "cable service," and streaming content and direct-to-home satellite services from the definition of "video service," for purposes of the Competitive Cable and Video Services Act. HB0487
0061 Game and Fish Laws As enacted, clarifies authority of the fish and wildlife commission to set fees for nonresident licenses; makes other clarifications and changes to present law concerning regulation of hunting and fishing. HB1018
0062 Civil Procedure As enacted, specifies that recoverable costs on appeal include the cost of preparing and transmitting the record, the cost of a transcript of the evidence or proceedings, the cost of producing necessary copies of briefs and the record, premiums paid for bonds to preserve rights pending appeal and costs incurred to obtain the bonds such as the cost of letters of credit or other costs incurred to provide security for the bonds pending appeal, litigation taxes, and any other fees of the appellate court or clerk. HB0039
0063 Advertising As enacted, deletes the obsolete date on which the commissioner of transportation is required to begin promulgating and enforcing rules necessary to carry out the "Outdoor Advertising Control Act of 2020"; deletes restrictions on the matters to be governed by such rules. HB0291
0064 Motor Vehicles As enacted, enacts the "Sergeant Chris Jenkins Law." HB0353
0065 County Officers As enacted, requires a candidate for the office of constable to undergo a cognitive and psychological examination by a licensed psychologist to ensure the fitness of the candidate prior to running for office. HB0724
0066 Children's Services, Dept. of As enacted, states that for the purpose of regulating child care agencies, a nontraditional child care agency does not include a person or entity that places children in family boarding homes or foster homes. HB0808
0067 Children's Services, Dept. of As enacted, requires the department to make chaplain services available on a regular basis to juveniles who are housed in a youth development center; prohibits the department from requiring a juvenile to attend or use chaplain services; requires the department to provide annual training to youth service officers on best practices for behavior management and conflict resolution in the context of supervision of juvenile justice youth; requires the department to house children 16 years of age or older separately from younger children, unless housing the children together is necessary for the safety and well-being of the younger children or to otherwise comply with law relative to the use of seclusion at juvenile detention facilities. HB1120
0068 Labor As enacted, removes the prohibition that a person 16 or 17 years of age may not be employed in any place where the average monthly gross receipts from the sale of intoxicating beverages exceeds 25 percent of the total gross receipts of the place of employment if the person is not permitted to take orders for or serve intoxicating beverages. HB1212
0069 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, allows the state treasurer to purchase and sell physical gold and precious metal. HB1479
0070 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board for professional counselors, marital and family therapists, and clinical pastoral therapists to June 30, 2027. SB0029
0071 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the board of medical examiners to June 30, 2027. SB0032
0072 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of commerce and insurance to June 30, 2027. SB0038
0073 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of environment and conservation to June 30, 2027. SB0039
0074 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of human resources to June 30, 2027. SB0041
0075 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the department of intellectual and developmental disabilities to June 30, 2027. SB0042
0076 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the employee suggestion award board to June 30, 2027. SB0046
0077 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Megasite Authority of West Tennessee to June 30, 2025. SB0049
0078 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the selection panel for TennCare reviewers to June 30, 2028. SB0054
0079 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee opioid abatement council to June 30, 2025. SB0063
0080 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the Tennessee state veterans' homes board to June 30, 2026; requires the board to report back to the education, health, and general welfare joint evaluation committee by December 31, 2023, to update the committee on its progress in addressing the findings set forth in the November 2022 performance audit report. SB0065
0081 Sunset Laws As enacted, extends the underground storage tanks and solid waste disposal control board to June 30, 2027; establishes minimum attendance requirement for board members and requires removal of members who do not meet the requirement. SB0066
0082 Solid Waste Disposal As enacted, requires the solid waste disposal fee imposed by Wayne County, or a municipality or solid waste authority in Wayne County, to be subject to the same penalty and interest as delinquent property taxes if not paid within 30 days after notice of such fee is mailed. SB0126
0083 Public Funds and Financing As enacted, deauthorizes the use of promissory notes secured by a first mortgage or a first deed of trust upon residential real property as collateral by banks in which public funds are invested or deposited by a governmental entity for investments or deposits above the insurance limitations provided by the FDIC. SB0146
0084 Children's Services, Dept. of As enacted, makes changes to the compensation of teachers in the special school district. SB0244
0085 Water Pollution As enacted, specifies that underground injection activities authorized by rule are not subject to the general five-year term limit for discharge permits under the Water Quality Control Act of 1977. SB0261
0086 Environment and Conservation, Department of As enacted, establishes a "brownfield redevelopment area fund" to be used by the department to administer a brownfield redevelopment area grant program; creates a franchise and excise tax credit equal to the remediation costs for a brownfield property for a qualified development project in a tier 3 or tier 4 enhancement county; makes other related revisions. SB0271
0087 Schools, Private As enacted, authorizes a private school and a local government to execute a contract or memorandum of understanding to allow the law enforcement agency of the local government to provide school resource officers to the private school. SB0315
0088 Tennessee Bureau of Investigation As enacted, expands the duties of the medicaid fraud control unit of the Tennessee bureau of investigation to include investigation of complaints of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation of medicaid recipients in any setting; allows the director of the Tennessee bureau of investigation to create new divisions within the bureau as necessary. SB0334
0089 Motor Vehicles, Titling and Registration As enacted, authorizes licensed physical therapists to issue certified statements of disability in same manner as physicians for a person's application for a disabled registration plate, decal, or placard. SB0402
0090 Tattoos and Piercings As enacted, prohibits the sale or distribution of tattoo and body piercing paraphernalia to minors. SB0450
0091 Insurance Companies, Agents, Brokers, Policies As enacted, authorizes the issuance of an insurance policy that an employer may offer to an employee for the purpose of providing family leave benefits. SB0454
0092 Schools, Charter As enacted, removes the requirement that the annual training course for a charter school governing body be certified by the Tennessee Charter School Center; requires all training for the governing body of a public charter school to be approved by the state board of education. SB0577
0093 Education, State Board of As enacted, removes the requirement that the state board establish guidelines to suspend, deny, or revoke the license of a teacher who is delinquent or in default on a repayment or service obligation under a guaranteed student loan; deletes a provision that authorized the state board to exercise discretion with regard to certain licensure actions if the teacher's default or delinquency is the result of a medical hardship. SB0578
0094 Medical Occupations As enacted, expands the types of medication a certified medical assistant may administer and prepare as ordered by an authorized healthcare provider. SB0679
0095 Wine & Wineries As enacted, authorizes two or more wineries to enter into an alternating proprietorship agreement to share certain premises of the wineries that are party to the agreement. SB0731
0096 Business Organizations As enacted, establishes a procedure by which a domestic or foreign limited partnership may elect and register to use an assumed name for transacting business in this state. SB0759
0097 Agriculture As enacted, requires an amendment to the articles of incorporation of an agricultural or horticultural marketing cooperative association to change the name of the association or its principal place of business to be adopted if the appropriate notice of the meeting of the board of directors was given; changes the requirements for notice for a meeting held after failure to gain a quorum to vote on a proposed amendment; makes additional changes related to voting on amendments to an association's articles of incorporation. SB0786
0098 Naming and Designating As enacted, names the educational facility located on the campus of the John S. Wilder youth development center "The Barbara Ward Cooper Education Center." SB0874
0099 Health Care As enacted, enacts "Quinnlee's Law." SB0925
0100 Motor Vehicles As enacted, replaces the term "motor-driven cycle" with "motorscooter" for various purposes related to the operation of such vehicles, including issuance of operator licenses, the rules of the road, and required safety and lighting equipment. SB0976

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