Governor’s List of Bills Signed, 3/22/13

Here is a list of bills signed by Gov. Bill Haslam for the week ending March 22:
March 20
SB 80
This bill redefines the functions and duties of the office of local government in the office of the comptroller of the treasury.
(Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
SB 256
This bill designates the third week of June each year as “Lymphedema Awareness Week”.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
SB 273
This bill requires the return or destruction of any protected health information obtained by defendant during an interview with the relevant patient’s treating healthcare providers in a healthcare liability action.
(Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 315
This bill extends the board of funeral directors and embalmers to June 30, 2018.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)


SB 323
This bill extends the collection service board to June 30,2018.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 324
This bill extends the commission for uniform legislation to June 30, 2018.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 325
This bill extends the compact for education to June 30, 2018.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 344
This bill extends the private investigation and polygraph commission to June 30, 2018
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 345
This bill extends the real estate appraiser commission to June 30, 2018.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 346
This bill extends the real estate commission to June 30, 2018.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 375
This bill creates sunset dates of June 30, 2015 for the beef promotion board, the pork promotion board and the egg promotion board.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 30-0)
SB 442
This bill provides civil immunity and an affirmative defenses to criminal liability for certain health professionals for their decisions regarding involuntary admission to inpatient mental health treatment facilities and for their decisions regarding restraint and security during transport of a patient to a hospital or treatment source.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
SB 560
This bill provides that the willful failure of a misdemeanor probationer to pay the supervision fee, whether to a private or governmental entity, is grounds for violation of probation.
(Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
March 22
HB 76
This bill allows a representative of the sheriff and county mayor to serve on the governing body of an emergency communications district.
(Passed House 87-0; Passed Senate 27-0)
HB 95
This bill officially designates the working committee that planned the War of 1812 Bicentennial events and activities as an official Tennessee War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission.
(Passed House 93-0; Passed Senate 32-0)
HB 161
This administration bill for financial institutions adds the federal consumer financial protection bureau (CFPB) to the list of agencies with which the Department of Financial Institutions may share bank examination information.
(Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 211
This bill amends the definition of “limited service restaurant” by removing beer from the calculation of gross revenue for purposes of the restaurant complying with the requirement that gross revenue from the sale of prepared food be 50% or less than the gross revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages.
(Passed House 82-5; Passed Senate 25-0, present not voting-3)
HB 753
This bill extends the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations to June 30, 2017.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 774
This bill extends the board of veterinary medical examiners to June 30, 2017.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 775
This bill extends the board of podiatric medical examiners to June 30, 2017.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 776
This bill extends the board of optometry to June 30, 2017
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 777
This extends the board of medical examiners’ committee on physician assistants to June 30, 2017
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 779
This bill extends the board of examiners in psychology to June 30, 2017.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 782
This bill extends the board of communication disorders and sciences to June 30, 2017.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)
HB 783
This bill extends the board of chiropractic examiners to June 30, 2017.
(Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 31-0)

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