Here is a list of bills signed into law on April 23 by Gov. Bill Haslam, as provided by his communications office:
SB1172: Passed House 95-0-1; Passed Senate as amended 31-0
This bill establishes units of measurement for selling natural gas motor fuels.
SB598: Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate as amended 30-0
This bill prohibits local governments from banning the use of motor vehicles equipped with autonomous technology if it otherwise complies with all safety regulations.
SB428: Passed House 80-14-1; Passed Senate as amended 33-0
This bill expands the scope of aggravated assault with respect to injury by strangulation or attempted strangulation.
SB363: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 31-0
This bill changes the requirements regarding retention of printed acts by the Secretary of State.
SB341: Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate 31-0
This bill authorizes the State Board of Education to make policies concerning the revocation of licenses and certificates for misconduct.
SB334: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill increases the permissible size of commercial advertisements on school buses.
SB318: Passed House as amended 98-0; Passed Senate as amended 30-0, concurred in House amendment
This bill has to do with various provisions of law regarding controlled substances and their analogues and derivatives.
SB307: Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate as amended 31-0-1
This bill updates the requirements regarding the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities with respect to the administration of the family support program.
SB281: Passed House 95-1; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill permits a railroad authority to negotiate all labor portions of certain rehabilitation contracts.
SB208: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 32-0
This bill designates November as “Lung Cancer Awareness Month”.
SB202: Passed House 95-2; Passed Senate as amended 33-0
This bill designates the first weekend in August as Tennessee’s Weekend of Prayer Over Students.
SB179: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 31-0
This bill requires the chair and vice chair of the Fiscal Review Committee to be members of opposite houses.
SB177: Passed House 69-22; Passed Senate 23-10
This bill increases the fines for failure to use safety belts.
Sb140: Passed House 97-0; Passed Senate as amended 28-0
This bill has to do with the removal and destruction of records for courts possessing records subject to an expunction order.
SB108: Passed House 74-21-1; Passed Senate 30-0
This bill revises provisions related to titling and registering vehicles.
SB97: Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate as amended 33-0
This bill updates licensure requirements for providers of warehousing or third-party logistics services with respect to controlled substances.
SB92: Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate as amended 31-0
This bill has to do with the enforcement of the Tennessee Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Act, Tennessee Hazardous Waste Management Act, and Tennessee Solid Waste Disposal Act.
SB81: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 32-0
This bill makes changes with respect to the state board of examiners for architects and engineers.
SB78: Passed House 95-1; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill expands types of activities the state board for licensing contractors may penalize.
SB20: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 31-0
This bill expands presumptive disability in acquiring certain infectious diseases in the line of duty by emergency rescue workers to include the Hepatitis C virus.