Scott Cepicky

  • Tennessee
  • Representative
  • Republican
  • District 64

District Office

Room 678, Cordell Hull Building 425 Rep. John Lewis Way North, Nashville, TN 37243

Phone 615-741-3005 Fax 615-253-0365

Serving District 64

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HB 2983

Maury County - Subject to local approval, repeals obsolete language regarding the establishment of a civil service system for sheriff's department employees, which has been replaced by a new civil service system for such employees. - Amends Chapter 475 of the Private Acts of 1967; as amended.

  • Introduced Feb 22 2024

SB 2969

Maury County - Subject to local approval, repeals obsolete language regarding the establishment of a civil service system for sheriff's department employees, which has been replaced by a new civil service system for such employees. - Amends Chapter 475 of the Private Acts of 1967; as amended.

  • Introduced Feb 22 2024

HB 2784

Education, Higher - As introduced, establishes deadlines for public institutions of higher education to initiate and complete an investigation into a report filed by a student or employee alleging they have been penalized, discriminated against, or received adverse treatment due to their refusal to support or otherwise assent to a divisive concept, specific ideology, or political viewpoint; establishes financial penalties for institutions that fail to timely investigate such reports or fail to timely report the results of such investigations to the comptroller of the treasury; requires the comptroller to report institutions that frequently submit reports of such investigations to the education committees of the senate and house of representatives. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 7.

  • Introduced Jan 31 2024
  • Assigned to s/c Higher Education Subcommittee Feb 07 2024

SB 2501

Education, Higher - As introduced, establishes deadlines for public institutions of higher education to initiate and complete an investigation into a report filed by a student or employee alleging they have been penalized, discriminated against, or received adverse treatment due to their refusal to support or otherwise assent to a divisive concept, specific ideology, or political viewpoint; establishes financial penalties for institutions that fail to timely investigate such reports or fail to timely report the results of such investigations to the comptroller of the treasury; requires the comptroller to report institutions that frequently submit reports of such investigations to the education committees of the senate and house of representatives. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 7.

  • Introduced Jan 31 2024
  • Assigned to s/c Higher Education Subcommittee Feb 07 2024
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