Tennessee Bills

sponsored by Yusuf Hakeem

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HJR 1351 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Memorials, Interns - Javier Villanueva Reyes -
Apr 10 2024 Concurred, Ayes 31, Nays 0
Apr 18 2024
HJR 1340 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Memorials, Sports - Chattanooga Preparatory School Sentinels, Class A state champions -
Apr 09 2024 Signed By Senate Speaker
Apr 17 2024
HB 2264 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Local Education Agencies - As introduced, allows certain schools in need of intervention to exit the school turnaround pilot program before the 2024-2025 school year. - Amends TCA Title 49.
Jan 29 2024 Comp. Sb Subst.
Apr 16 2024
HB 1728 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, expands the offense of aggravated stalking to include persons who purchase a semi-automatic rifle or attempt to use a semi-automatic rifle for the course and furtherance of stalking. - Amends TCA Title 36 and Title 39, Chapter 17.
Jan 09 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Criminal Justice Subcommittee Of Criminal Justice Committee
Apr 03 2024
HB 1934 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, creates the Class A misdemeanor of knowingly selling, loaning, or making a gift of a firearm to a minor for the purpose of inducing or coercing the minor to commit an offense; subjects a person convicted for such offense to civil liability for any criminal act committed by the minor. - Amends TCA Title 29, Chapter 4; Title 37 and Title 39.
Jan 23 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Criminal Justice Subcommittee Of Criminal Justice Committee
Apr 03 2024
HB 2450 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Scholarships and Financial Aid - As introduced, requires a nonpublic school that accepts publicly funded vouchers for student tuition to comply with the same requirements for student testing applicable to public schools, subject to certain exemptions; requires a nonpublic school that accepts a publicly funded voucher to pay back a pro-rated amount of the scholarship if the student leaves school before the end of the school year. - Amends TCA Title 49.
Jan 30 2024 Sponsor(S) Added.
Mar 26 2024
HB 2259 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
TennCare - As introduced, directs the governor to seek a new TennCare waiver within 180 days of the effective date of this act to provide medical assistance coverage for the same population groups and services as the Insure Tennessee proposal; clarifies that the amendment takes effect upon federal approval. - Amends TCA Title 71, Chapter 5.
Jan 29 2024 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Insurance Subcommittee Of Insurance Committee
Mar 19 2024
HB 1170 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Health Care - As enacted, requires the Tennessee peace officer standards and training (POST) commission to adopt guidelines and materials instructing law enforcement officers on the best practices for recognizing and responding to a medical crisis involving a person under arrest or under the care or supervision of the law enforcement officer. - Amends TCA Title 38; Title 41 and Title 68.
Jan 31 2023 Pub. Ch. 527
Mar 15 2024
HJR 717 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Constitutional Amendments - Proposes amendment to allow people to propose laws by initiative petition. -
Jan 09 2024 Failed In S/C Public Service Subcommittee Of State Government Committee
Mar 12 2024
HB 1935 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, prohibits sales and purchases of certain high-capacity, semi-automatic firearms. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 54; Section 36-3-625; Section 38-3-119; Title 39 and Section 40-14-109.
Jan 23 2024 Failed For Lack Of Motion In: Criminal Justice Subcommittee
Mar 05 2024
HB 2862 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department of health to submit a report to the chair of the health committee of the house of representatives and the chair of the health and welfare committee of the senate, including, at minimum, data concerning how many anesthesiologists practice in this state, how many people are currently in anesthesiology residencies or are graduating from anesthesiology education programs in this state, and suggestions to increase the number of anesthesiologists in this state. - Amends TCA Title 63 and Title 68.
Jan 31 2024 Assigned To S/C Health Subcommittee
Feb 07 2024
HB 1884 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Abortion - As introduced, specifies that the offense of criminal abortion does not include an abortion that was necessary due to a medical emergency affecting the physical or mental health of the pregnant person or performed on a patient whose pregnancy was the result of rape or incest. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 15; Title 63 and Title 68.
Jan 22 2024 Failed In S/C Population Health Subcommittee Of Health Committee
Feb 06 2024
HB 2721 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Health Care - As introduced, requires the department of health to publish on its website information on the possibility of reversing the effects of a chemical abortion in any language that is the primary language spoken by 0.5 percent or more of this state's population, rather than 2 percent or more. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 15; Title 63 and Title 68.
Jan 31 2024 P2c, Caption Bill, Held On Desk - Pending Amdt.
Feb 05 2024
HB 1729 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Abortion - As introduced, specifies that the offense of criminal abortion does not include an abortion that was necessary due to a medical emergency affecting the physical or mental health of the pregnant person or performed on a patient whose pregnancy was the result of rape or incest; requires the physician performing the abortion to verify that the patient reported the offense to the appropriate law enforcement agency prior to the procedure. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 15; Title 63 and Title 68.
Jan 09 2024 Withdrawn.
Feb 05 2024
HB 7055 (113th First Extraordinary Session (August 2023))
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, creates the Class A misdemeanor of knowingly selling, loaning, or making a gift of a firearm to a minor for the purpose of inducing or coercing the minor to commit an offense; subjects a person convicted for such offense to civil liability for any criminal act committed by the minor. - Amends TCA Title 29, Chapter 4; Title 37 and Title 39.
Aug 18 2023 P2c, Ref. To Criminal Justice Committee
Aug 22 2023
SB 7049 (113th First Extraordinary Session (August 2023))
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, expands the offense of aggravated stalking to include persons who purchase a semi-automatic rifle or attempt to use a semi-automatic rifle for the course and furtherance of stalking. - Amends TCA Title 36; Title 39; Chapter 349 of the Public Acts of 2023 and Chapter 413 of the Public Acts of 2023.
Aug 18 2023 P2c, Ref. To Criminal Justice Committee
Aug 22 2023
HB 7056 (113th First Extraordinary Session (August 2023))
Criminal Offenses - As introduced, expands the offense of aggravated stalking to include persons who purchase a semi-automatic rifle or attempt to use a semi-automatic rifle for the course and furtherance of stalking. - Amends TCA Title 36; Title 39; Chapter 349 of the Public Acts of 2023 and Chapter 413 of the Public Acts of 2023.
Aug 18 2023 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Judiciary Committee
Aug 22 2023
HB 457 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Sports - As enacted, makes changes concerning youth sports safety. - Amends TCA Title 49; Title 62, Chapter 50 and Title 68.
Jan 25 2023 Pub. Ch. 382
May 19 2023
HB 1509 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Real Property - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to seven, the number of days before a county board of equalization adjourns before which a property assessor may provide taxpayers with an informal review of a property assessment or county reappraisal. - Amends TCA Title 66 and Title 67, Chapter 5.
Jan 31 2023 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Property & Planning Subcommittee Of Local Government Committee
Mar 22 2023
HB 456 (113th Regular Session (2023-2024))
Local Education Agencies - As introduced, makes various changes to the Tennessee Learning Loss Remediation and Student Acceleration Act, including changes to require LEAs and participating public charter schools to conduct summer learning camps and after-school learning mini-camps annually beginning in the summer of 2021, instead of only in the summers immediately following the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years; requires the department of education to issue guidance to assist LEAs and public charter schools in making retention decisions for students with a disability or suspected disability. - Amends TCA Title 49.
Jan 25 2023 Def. To Summer Study In K-12 Subcommittee
Mar 14 2023

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