Curtis Johnson

  • Tennessee
  • Representative
  • Republican
  • District 68

District Office

Room 612, Cordell Hull Building 425 Rep. John Lewis Way North, Nashville, TN 37243

Phone 615-741-4341 Fax 615-253-0269

Serving District 68

Sponsored Bills


HR 100

Memorials, Recognition - Iljin Kim -

  • Introduced Feb 01 2024
  • Enrolled; ready for sig. of H. Speaker. Feb 06 2024

SB 2849

Judicial Districts - As introduced, creates one additional chancery court in the 19th judicial district. - Amends TCA Title 16, Chapter 2.

  • Introduced Jan 11 2024
  • Sponsor(s) Added. Feb 08 2024

SB 2928

Local Government, General - As introduced, upon approval by majority vote of the governing body of a county or municipality, prohibits the respective member of the approving governing body from serving on both the county and municipal governing body simultaneously; applies only to counties, and municipalities within such counties, with a population in excess of 200,000, according to the 2020 or a subsequent federal census; if so approved, authorizes a member of both a county and municipal governing body to serve out the member's terms. - Amends TCA Title 5; Title 6 and Title 7.

  • Introduced Jan 31 2024
  • Placed on s/c cal Cities & Counties Subcommittee for 2/28/2024 Feb 21 2024

HB 2937

Local Government, General - As introduced, upon approval by majority vote of the governing body of a county or municipality, prohibits the respective member of the approving governing body from serving on both the county and municipal governing body simultaneously; applies only to counties, and municipalities within such counties, with a population in excess of 200,000, according to the 2020 or a subsequent federal census; if so approved, authorizes a member of both a county and municipal governing body to serve out the member's terms. - Amends TCA Title 5; Title 6 and Title 7.

  • Introduced Jan 31 2024
  • Placed on s/c cal Cities & Counties Subcommittee for 2/28/2024 Feb 21 2024
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