Bills Signed by Governor, 5/23/12

The following is a list of bills recently signed into law by Gov. Bill Haslam, as provided by his communications office 5/23/12. It apparently completes the signing of legislation generated by the 107th General Assembly.
Senate Bill No. 239 (Norris)
This Bill extends the time period for the Historic Collierville new specialty earmarked license plate to meet applicable initial issuance requirement to July 1, 2013.
(Passed House 89-0; Passed Senate 33-0; Senate concurred in House amendment)
Senate Bill No. 420 (Massey)
This Bill creates a two-year pilot program in Knox County for a maximum of 10 mental health patients to receive a court ordered assisted outpatient treatment when certain conditions are met.
(Passed Senate 29-0; Amended Bill passed House 85-0; Senate concurred in House amendments)
Senate Bill 1325 (Johnson)
This is the SAVE bill that requires every state government entity and local health department to verify that a person is a U.S. citizen or lawfully present in the United States when the person is eighteen (18) years or older and applies for a federal, state, or local public benefit.
(Passed Senate as Amended 30-2; Passed House as Amended 71-19; Senate Refused to Concur in House Amendments; House Refused to Recede from its Noncurrence; Conference Committee Report Adopted by the Senate 29-1; Conference Committee Reported Adopted by the House 64-18)


Senate Bill 1329 (Kelsey)
This Bill adds “family recreation center” to the list of establishments within 1,000 feet of which an adult-oriented establishment or adult cabaret are prohibited from locating.
(Passed House 89-1, present not voting- 1; Passed Senate 31-0, present not voting- 1)
Senate Bill No. 1493 (Marrero)
This Bill authorizes the Alcoholic Beverage Commission to assess the actual and reasonable costs of any hearing held in which sanctions are imposed on any person or entity required to be licensed, permitted, registered or otherwise authorized by the commission.
(Passed Senate 30-0; Amended bill Passed House 67-19, present not voting- 3; Senate refused to concur in amendment; House refused to recede from its non-concurrence; Conference committee report adopted by House 60-5, present not voting- 5; Conference committee report adopted by Senate 27-0)
Senate Bill No. 1504 (Southerland)
This Bill creates the David Crockett Commission to identify ways to raise the necessary funds to erect a monument honoring David Crockett on the grounds of the State Capitol.
(Passed Senate 33-0; Amended Bill passed House 93-0; Senate concurred in House amendment)
Senate Bill No. 1688 (Faulk)
This Bill authorizes an LEA to be the sponsor of a charter school, with the state board of education serving as the chartering authority.
(Passed Senate 32-0; Amended Bill Passed House 76-9, present not voting -4; Senate concurred in House amendment)
Senate Bill No. 1738 (Johnson)
This is the “Roll Your Own” cigarette bill that specifies that for purposes of the Tennessee tobacco tax law, the term “cigarette” includes any cigarette produced by a cigarette rolling machine at a retail establishment and adds various requirements in the law regarding such cigarettes and rolling machine operators.
(Passed Senate as Amended 26-5; Passed House as Amended 68-22, present not voting- 1; Conference Committee Report Adopted by the Senate 25-2; Conference Committee Report Adopted by the House 67-13, present not voting- 2)
Senate Bill No. 1878 (Kyle)
This Bill requires that any new fee or fee increase promulgated by state agency rule take effect on the July 1 following the 90 days after filing the rule with the secretary of state.
(Passed Senate 33-0; Amended Bill passed House 89-0, present not voting- 2; Senate concurred in House amendment 1)
Senate Bill No. 2129 (Berke)
This Bill is Senator Berke’s Tennessee Work Act of 2012 and establishes the Tennessee Works Pilot Program to provide job training designed to attract new businesses to the state and to assist in the expansion or retention of existing businesses in this state.
(Passed Senate as Amended 33-0; Amended Bill Passed House 91-0)
Senate Bill No. 2212 (Norris, Johnson)
This is an Administration Bill for the Department of Finance and Administration.
(Passed Senate as Amended 31-0; Amended bill Passed House 92-0)
Senate Bill No. 2247 (Faulk)
This Administration Bill changes the composition of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority to 5 part-time directors and a full-time executive director.
(Passed Senate 20-13; Amended Bill passed House 60-28, present not voting- 1; Senate failed to concur in Amendment; Amended Bill passed House 72-11)
Senate Bill No. 2267 (Tracy)
This Bill removes the ability of persons 60 years of age or older to obtain a nonphoto bearing driver license but allows persons who obtained a nonphoto bearing license prior to January 1, 2013 to renew a nonphoto bearing license.
(Passed Senate 20-12; Amended bill passed House 66-21, present not voting- 1; Senate concurred in House amendment)
Senate Bill No. 2302 (Summerville, Gresham, Kelsey, Johnson)
This Bill requires the Department of Education to issue a license to teach in grades nine through twelve (9-12) to individuals who have taught as full-time faculty members or adjunct faculty members in two-year and four-year post-secondary institutions.
(Passed Senate as Amended 19-13; Amended Bill Passed House 62-28, present not voting- 2)
Senate Bill No. 2349 (Beavers)
This bill alters the definition of “multiple rapist”, defines “aggravated rapists”, and requires aggravated rapists to serve the entire sentence imposed by the court if the offense occurs on or after July 1, 2012.
(Passed House 92-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
Senate Bill No. 2368 (Marrero)
This Bill adds additional categories of conduct that constitute involuntary labor servitude and makes it a Class B felony for involuntary labor servitude when the victim was under age 13.
(Passed House 92-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
Senate Bill No. 2371 (Marrero)
This bill replaces the existing Class B felony offense of “trafficking for sexual servitude” with the Class B felony of “trafficking a person for commercial sex act.”
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
Senate Bill No. 2438 (Finny, Overbey, Yager, Burkes)
This Bill redefines the crime “indecent exposure” as a Class B misdemeanor, unless the defendant is eighteen (18) years or older and the victim is under thirteen (13) years of age, in which case, indecent exposure is a Class A misdemeanor.
(Passed Senate as Amended 33-0; Amended Bill Passed House 92-0)
Senate Bill No. 2484 (Johnson)
This bill excludes Williamson County from a section in the current code that authorizes early graduation by students from a public high school.
(Passed Senate 30-0; Passed House 83-4, present not voting- 1)
Senate Bill No. 2560 (Ketron)
This Bill extends the present law sales and use tax exemption for repair and refurbishment services with respect to airplanes and airplane components and parts that are situated outside Tennessee and removed Tennessee within fifteen (15) days from the completion of the repair or refurbishment services in Tennessee.
(Passed Senate as Amended 22-8; Amended Bill Passed House 80-8)
Senate Bill No. 2580 (Campfield, Mr. Speaker Ramsey, Tracy, Bell)
This bill is the drug testing bill for TANF applicants.
(Passed Senate as Amended 24-9; Amended Bill Passed House 73-17)
Senate Bill No. 2606 (Beavers, Burks)
This bill creates a new Class A felony for the theft of property or services that are inexcess of $250,000 or more.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Amended Bill Passed House 92-0)
Senate Bill No. 2633 (Johnson)
This Bill is referred to as the “Tennessee Professional Employer Organization (PEO) Act” and it addresses staff leasing companies in Tennessee that partner with existing small businesses to manage human resource issues.
(Passed Senate as Amended 31-0; Passed House as Amended 87-1, present not voting- 1; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 31-0)
Senate Bill No. 2699 (Yager)
This Bill authorizes the Comptroller to access, for the purpose of conducting audits or program evaluations, the discount, rebate, pricing, and descriptions of other financial agreements as submitted in a procurement or as a report to the contractor.
(Passed Senate as Amended 30-0; Amended Bill Passed House 93-0)
Senate Bill No. 2735 (Johnson)
This Bill proposes to require the State Building Commission or its designee allocate the energy efficient commercial building tax deduction compiled in U.S.C. 179D to the person primarily responsible for designing the property in accordance with IRS tax provisions.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Passed House as Amended 89-0; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 32-0)
Senate Bill No. 2759 (Henry, Ketron, Ford, Gresham, Harper, Marrero, Massey, Overbey, Yager, Summerville)
This Bill amends the current law relative to aggravated cruelty to animals.
(Passed Senate as Amended 31-0; Amended Bill Passed House 84-3)
Senate Bill No. 2777 (McNally)
This Administration Bill repeals the gift tax on transfers by gift made on or after January 1, 2012.
(Passed Senate 30-3; Amended Bill passed House 79-10; Senate concurred in House amendment)
Senate Bill No. 2816 (Tracy, Ketron)
This bill is referred to as the Traumatic Brain Injury Residential Home Act of 2012.
(Passed Senate as Amended 29-0; Passed House as Amended 93-0; Senate Refused to Concur in House Amendments; Amended Bill Passed House 92-0)
Senate Bill No. 2863 (Barnes, Norris, Burks, Crowe, Ford, Herron)
This Bill simply specifies that the property tax relief to a soldier’s surviving spouse that is already granted under present law applies if the soldier’s death results “in support of combat or peace operations,” instead of “in support of combat operations.”
(Passed Senate 32-0; Passed House92-0)
Senate Bill No. 2886 (McNally)
This Bill amends the current law relative to the fee structure administered by the TBI for their forensic service division.
(Passed Senate as Amended 29-0; Amended Bill Passed House 86-1, present not voting- 1)
Senate bill No. 2923 (Overbey, Ketron, Bell)
This Bill makes two minor changes to Tennessee workers’ compensation law.
(Passed Senate as Amended 33-0; Amended Bill Passed House 83-7)
Senate Bill No. 2943 (Norris)
This Bill amends the Memphis Health Plan Act of 1991 by stating that it constitutes minimum essential health care coverage for purposes of compliance with 26 U.S.C. § 500A.
(Passed Senate 33-0; Passed House as Amended 90-0; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 32-0)
Senate Bill No. 3005 (Watson, Burks, Faulk, Ketron, Massey, McNally, Norris, Overbey, Tate)
This Bill redefines “racketeering activity” under the Racketeer and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act to now include the commission of or attempt to commit a criminal gang offense.
(Passed Senate as Amended 33-0; Amended Bill Passed House 88-2)
Senate Bill No. 3092 (Herron)
This Bill amends current law relative to obscenity. It states that it is an offense for a person eighteen (18) years of age or older to knowingly promote or organize a gathering of two or more minors in a public place with the intent to provide a location for minors to engage in public indecency.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Passed House as Amended 89-0; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 32-0)
Senate Bill No. 3016 (Norris)
This is the TIF sunset bill and is an Administration Bill for the Department of Revenue. This bill revises carious provisions of the present Border Region Retail Tourism Development District Act.
(Passed Senate as Amended 20-12; Amended Bill Passed House 85-1, present not voting- 1)
Senate Bill No. 3145 (Burks, Marrero, Kyle, Ford)
This Bill amends current law by removing the requirement that medical providers and others report certain injuries which are indicative of crime if the victim is over 18, is the victim of a sexual assault or domestic violence and objects to the release of the report by law enforcement.
(Passed Senate as Amended 29-0; Passed House as Amended 76-11, present not voting-4; Senate Concurred in House Amendments 31-0)
Senate Bill No. 3155 (Kelsey)
This Bill requires the Department of Education to establish within the school system with the most schools operated by achievement school district (ASD) a four-year pilot program of assessment of kindergarten students.
(Passed Senate as Amended 27-0; Amended Bill Passed House 88-0)
Senate Bill No. 3170 (Haynes, Overbey, Crowe, Campfield, McNally, Kyle, Tate, Finney, Ketron, Ford)
This Bill states that if an independent postsecondary institution was an eligible postsecondary institution for lottery scholarship purposes but became ineligible because of a change in the definition on an eligible independent postsecondary institution, then the students attending that institution, so long as the institution did not lose its accreditation, would continue to receive lottery funds until June 30, 2016.
(Passed Senate as Amended 33-0; Amended Bill Passed House 81-3, present not voting-3)
Senate Bill No. 3223 (McNally, Yager)
This bill is referred to as the Tennessee Local Land Bank Pilot Program bill.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Passed House as Amended 63-22, present not voting-5; Senate Concurred in House Amendments 30-0)
Senate Bill No. 3247 (Berke)
This bill changes the date by which a sponsor seeking to operate a charter school must file applications with chartering authorities from October 1 to April 1 of the year preceding the year the sponsor proposes to begin operation.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Passed House as Amended 63-21; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 30-0)
Senate bill No. 3264 (Tate, Ketron)
This Bill amends the Tennessee Athletic Commission Act of 2008 and reduces the number of commissioners on the Tennessee Athletic Commission from nine (9) to five (5).
(Passed Senate as Amended 30-0; Amended Bill Passed House 92-0)
Senate Bill No. 3270 (Tracy, Ketron, Burks)
This Bill removes the local funding from the funding allocated to state licensed residential mental health facilities on a pro-rated basis for the student’s length of stay.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Amended Bill Passed House 88-3)
Senate Bill No. 3315 (Johnson)
This bill makes changes to the statutory requirements regarding pain management treatment and utilization review when an injured worker requires prescription drugs.
(Passed Senate as Amended 26-3; Amended Bill Passed House 86-3)
Senate Bill No. 3350 (Ketron)
This bill makes various revisions to the election law statuses.
(Passed Senate as Amended 20-8, present not voting-1; Passed House as Amended 82-2; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 27-2)
Senate Bill No. 3507 (Ketron, Overbey)
This bill urges the Comptroller, in conjunction with the Department of Environment and Conservation and the Department of Revenue to do the following: (1) study laws and policies dealing with Tennessee’s taxation of recycle products that uses a raw material in the manufacturing process; and (2) investigate any tax policy or make recommendations that would help promote Tennessee’s businesses using more recycled materials in their manufacturing process.
(Passed Senate as Amended 30-0; Amended Bill Passed House 85-1, present not voting-1)
Senate Bill No. 3520 (Tate, Marrero, Kyle, Harper, Ford)
This bill amends the current expungement statute. It would allow non-violent offenders who have completed all the requirements of their sentence, and have no violent convictions, to petition the court for expungement of their criminal records after two (2) years.
(Passed Senate as Amended 19-10; Amended Bill Passed House 88-1)
Senate Bill No. 3545 (Crowe)
This bill extends the deadline to July 1, 2013, for the Niswonger children’s hospital specialty earmarked license plate in order to allow it to meet the minimum issuance requirement.
(Passed Senate as Amended 28-0; Amended Bill Passed House 91-0)
Senate Bill No. 3547 (Crowe)
This bill addresses nonpotentially hazardous food prepared in a home based kitchen.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Amended Bill Passed House 89-3)
Senate Bill No. 3647 (Southerland, Mr. Speaker Ramsey, Ketron, Marrero)
This bill is the Doe Mountain Recreation Authority Act of 2012.
(Passed Senate as Amended 30-0, present not voting-1; Passed House as Amended 93-0; Senate Concurred in House Amendment 30-0)
Senate Bill No. 3657 (Johnson)
This Bill allows employers to qualify as a “seasonal employer” for the purposes of unemployment insurance benefits if they operate less than an aggregate of 36 weeks per year.
(Passed House 73-15; Passed Senate 26-5)
Senate Bill No. 3742 (Herron)
This bill states that every member of the highway patrol who, in the regular course of duty, investigates a motor vehicle accident that occurred on a road, highway, or interstate must note on the written report of the accident if physical barriers are present at the site of such motor vehicle accident.
(Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; Amended Bill Passed House 84-0)
Senate Bill No. 3813 (Yager)
This Bill concerns the Town of Oliver Springs. It moves the date of the city election to coincide with the November general election and extends the four-year terms of office of the mayor and councilmen elected at the regular city election held in June 2009 and the councilmen elected at the regular city election held in June 2011 to expire on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in 2014 and 2016 respectively.
(Passed Senate 32-0; Passed House 81-0)
Senate Bill No. 3815 (Barnes)
This bill rewrites the charter for the city of Clarksville, Tennessee.
(Passed Senate 28-0; Passed House 91-0)
House Bill No. 652 (Cobb)
This Bill sunsets the Doe Mountain recreation authority and the board of appeals for the department of human resources on June 30, 2014.
(Passed House 95-0; Amended Bill Passed Senate 30-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 74-4)
House Bill No. 991 (Todd)
This bill increases fees that sheriffs and constables may collect.
(Passed House 92-3; Amended Bill Passed Senate 22-6; House concurred in Senate amendment 72-17)
House Bill No. 1013 (Pody)
This Bill eliminates the esecutive committee of the Four Lake Regional Industrial Development Authority.
(Passed House 85-9; Passed Senate 31-0)
House Bill No. 1075 (Maggart, McCormick, Ramsey, McDonald)
This bill authorizes the county legislative body of Sumner County to create a design review committee (DRC).
(Passed House as Amended 95-0; Passed Senate as Amended 25-1; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 86-1)
House Bill No. 1171 (Haynes)
This Bill authorizes any municipality, which has a tourism development zone located within its jurisdiction and which has not authorized the sale of alcoholic beverages, to conduct a referendum to authorize the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises by placing questions on the ballots of the November 2012 general elections.
(Passed House 72-16, present not voting-7; Amended Bill Passed Senate 25-4; House concurred in Senate amendment 61-22, present not voting-5)
House Bill No. 2114 (Kevin Brooks)
This Bill requires all LEAs to implement a project-based assessment in civics at least once in grades 4-8 and at least once in grades 9-12.
(Passed House 98-0; Passed Senate 33-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 64-22, present not voting-1)
House Bill No. 2174 (Maggart)
This Bill allows persons over 60 to vote absentee upon request until July 1, 2017.
(Passed House 96-0; Amended Bill passed Senate 31-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 74-16)
House Bill No. 2344 (McCormick)
This Administration Bill clarifies the purpose of the FastTrack funds.
(Passed House 96-0; Amended Bill Passed Senate 29-1, present not voting-1; House concurred in Senate Amendment 92-0)
House Bill No. 2633 (Lundberg)
This Bill requires the court clerk to increase the filing and data entry fee by $2.00, except in certain cases brought by the state.
(Passed House 79-14, present not voting-2; Amended Bill Passed Senate 22-6; House concurred in Senate amendment 82-6, present not voting-1)
House Bill No. 2749 (Shipley)
This Bill authorizes judges to order the use of an ignition interlock device for any person granted a restricted driver license.
(Passed House 89-6; Amended Bill Passed Senate 29-1; House concurred in Senate amendment 90-1)
House Bill No. 2774 (Watson)
This bill requires that upon a defendant’s request for diversion, the defendant pay a fee of $100 to the Tennessee bureau of investigation that shall be deposited into a special fund.
(Passed House as Amended 75-15, present not voting-2; Passed Senate as Amended 24-4; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 76-3, present not voting-1; Passed Senate as Amended 25-3)
House Bill No. 2847 (Sargent)
This Bill gives a child’s parent standing to file a petition to terminate parental or guardianship rights of a person alleged to be a parent or guardian of the child.
(Passed House 95-0; Amended Bill Passed Senate 33-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 89-9)
House Bill No. 2982 (Dennis)
This Bill changes the interest rate on judgments issued by all courts in Tennessee, which used to be 10% per annum.
(Passed House as Amended 81-9; Passed Senate as Amended 18-13; Conference Committee Report Adopted by the House 70-12; conference Committee Report Adopted by the Senate 18-14)
House Bill No. 2994 (Parkinson)
This Bill establishes a 4-year pilot program to increase parent involvement in schools.
(Passed House 94-2; Amended Bill Passed Senate 27-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 91-0)
House Bill No. 3119 (Tindell)
This Bill designates two commercially-operated recreational facilities as “premier type tourist resorts”.
(Passed House 66-20, present not voting-2; Passed Senate 27-1)
House Bill No. 3124 (Dennis, Hurley)
This bill states that in a civil proceeding in which a trial court grants a motion to dismiss pursuant to Rule 12(b)(6) for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted, the court shall award the prevailing party the costs of reasonable and necessary attorney’s fees incurred in the proceedings as a consequence of the dismissed claim or claims.
(Passed House as Amended 58-38; Passed Senate as Amended 17-12; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 78-10, present not voting-1)
House Bill No. 3208 (Womick)
This Bill enacts the “Tennessee State Fair and Exposition Act,” which creates a commission within the Department of Agriculture to be the sole body charged with administering a state fair and exposition.
(Passed House 90-2, present not voting; Passed Senate 33-0)
House Bill No. 3218 (Gotto)
This Bill adds an additional penalty of a $50 fine for reckless driving and reckless endangerment.
(Passed House 69-22; Amended Bill Passed Senate 30-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 77-9)
House Bill No. 3263 (Halford)
This bill amends current law that required each purchaser to submit to the Department of Agriculture the total amount of funds withheld from producers within ten (10) days after the end of each calendar month.
(Passed House as Amended 96-0; Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 89-0)
House Bill No. 3431 (Matlock)
This was Speaker Ramsey’s “Unemployment Insurance Accountability Act of 2012.”
(Passed House as Amended 76-17, present not voting-1; Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; House Concurred in Senate Amended 75-12, present not voting-1)
House Bill No. 3459 (Dennis)
This bill revises the Tennessee Business Corporation Act.
(Passed House 95-0; Amended Bill Passed Senate 31-0; House concurred in Senate amendment 80-6, present not voting-1)
House Bill No. 3604 (Sargent)
This bill states that funds from the judicial commissioner continuing education account shall be used by the Judicial Commissioners Association of Tennessee for the development and presentation of continuing education programs in this state.
(Passed House as Amended 71-15, present not voting- 2; Passed Senate as Amended 18-8, present not voting-1; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 78-6, present not voting- 4)
House Bill No. 3659 (Stewart)
This bill adds two specific instances of conduct to the list of unfair or deceptive acts or practices that are covered under the Consumer Protection Act: (1) engaging in a Ponzi scheme, which is a type of fraudulent investment scheme, and (2) making fraudulent statements or intentional omissions in order to induce a consumer to sell securities or other things of value to fund an annuity product or other form of investment.
(Passed House as Amended 95-1; Amended Bill Passed Senate 32-0)
House Bill No. 3665 (Fitzhugh)
This bill states that employees of the Board of Regents shall not be issued separate checks for longevity pay.
(Passed House 97-0; Passed Senate as Amended 32-0; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 91-0)
House Bill No. 3671 (Johnnie Turner, Ramsey, Pruitt, Sontany, Coley, Camper, Cooper, Lois DeBerry, Richardson, Tindell, Stewart, Pitts, Kernell, Hardaway, Favors, Gilmore, Parkinson, Brown)
This bill involves the amount that is awarded on claims for compensation by persons who are wrongfully imprisoned and later granted exoneration.
(Passed House as Amended 80-8, present not voting-1; Amended Bill passed Senate 31-0)
House Bill No. 3673 (Matheny, Dean)
This bill increases from $1.00 to $3.00, effective July 1, 2012, the litigation tax collected for deposit in the statewide automated victim information and notification system fund.
(Passed House 75-11, present not voting-2; Passed Senate as Amended 27-3; House Concurred in Senate Amendment 78-8)
House Bill No. 3760 (McCormick)
This Administration Bill sets a schedule for eliminating the inheritance tax.
(Passed House 88-8; Passed Senate 32-1)
House Bill No. 3761 (McCormick)
This Administration Bill reduces the tax rate on the retail sale of food and food ingredients for human consumption from 5.5% to 5.25% of the sales price.
(Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate 32-0, present not voting-1)
House Bill No. 3851 (McCormick, Favors, Brown)
This bill increases the Board of the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Hospital Authority from eleven (11) to twelve (12).
(Passed House as Amended 96-0; Amended Bill Passed Senate 31-0)
House Bill No. 3877 (Harmon)
This bill moves the city election (of Spencer, Tennessee) to coincide with the November general election beginning in 2014.
(Passed House 99-0; Passed Senate 28-0)
House Bill No. 3881 (McDaniel)
This bill addresses voting rules in the Town of Scotts Hill.
(Passed House 78-12, present not voting-1; Passed Senate 28-0)
House Bill No. 3882 (Campbell)
This bill revises the method for filling vacancies on the board of mayor and aldermen in Bluff City.
(Passed House 99-0; Passed Senate 28-0)
House Bill No. 3884 (Camper)
This bill changes the name of the Memphis and Shelby County Convention Center to the “Memphis Convention Center,” and changes the name of the commission to the “Memphis Convention Center Commission” and provides for the appointment of the commissioners solely by the Mayor of the City of Memphis.
(Passed House 91-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
House Bill No. 3886 (Sanderson)
This bill restructures the Lake County highway commission by increasing the number of highway commission districts from two (2) to three (3).
(Passed House 91-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
House Bill No. 3887 (Sanderson)
This bill reduces the number of school districts in Lake County from four (4) to three (3) and increases the Lake County board of education from 8 to 9 members.
(Passed House 91-0; Passed Senate 32-0)

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