Bills signed by Gov. Bill Haslam, April 27, 2015

Here is a list of bills passed by the legislature and signed into law by Gov. Bill Haslam, as provided by his communications office. This list, dated April 27, is the latest batch in a series released as they are signed and in chronological order.

April 27, 2015

HB1307: Passed House as amended 96-0; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill revises provisions concerning cemetery regulation.

HB1225: Passed House 94-0; Passed Senate 23-4
This bill requires the annual TBI report to contain demographic data.

HB1221: Passed House as amended 95-0; Passed Senate 30-0
This bill requires a school to make reasonable accommodation to separate the alleged perpetrator and a suspected victim of child sexual abuse.

HB1011: Passed House as amended 67-23-3; Passed Senate 25-0
This bill permits food delivery services to deliver alcoholic beverages sold by licensed retailers to customers of the delivery service.

HB880: Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate 31-1
This bill has to do with law enforcement or corrections officers convicted of the offense of sexual contact with inmates.

HB838: Passed House as amended 94-0; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill creates a financial penalty for the aggravated assault of correctional officers by an inmate.

HB776: Passed House as amended 96-0; Passed Senate 31-0
This bill authorizes certain representatives to place a security freeze on the consumer report of a person under 16 years of age or an incapacitated person.

HB745: Passed House as amended 90-3; Passed Senate 30-2-1
This bill creates a lifetime handgun carry permit.

HB707: Passed House 96-0; Passed Senate 26-4
This bill prohibits lobbyists from making a campaign contribution to a judge or a judicial candidate.

HB642: Passed House 60-26-6; Passed Senate 29-2
This bill revises the definition of “premises” to allow alcoholic beverages to be served on certain streets in downtown Nashville.

HB578: Passed House 92-1; Passed Senate 24-7
This bill adds drug fraud to the crimes for which a person may have the public records of the conviction expunged.

HB425: Passed House as amended 97-0; Passed Senate 32-0
This bill has to do with healthcare providers who are members of the National Guard in Tennessee.

HB151: Passed House as amended 91-2-2; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill enacts the “Annual Coverage Assessment Act of 2015.”

HB137: Passed House 87-3; Passed Senate as amended 30-0, House concurred in amendment
This bill revises the statute regarding limitation on actions for inverse condemnation.

HB122: Passed House 95-0; Passed Senate 32-0
This bill exempts diabetic testing supplies from the sales and use tax.

HB95: Passed House as amended 93-1; Passed Senate 32-0
This bill extends the effective date of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement legislation.

HB84: Passed House 96-0, reconsidered and adopted amendment; concurred in Senate amendment; Passed Senate as amended 33-0
This bill has to do with cooperative purchasing agreements between public higher education institutions or the Department of General Services and other states or local governments.

HB51: Passed House as amended 93-0; Passed Senate 33-0
This bill has to do with the child care agency registration requirements for certain drop-in centers operated by non-profit organizations.