More bills signed by the governor (March 11-14)

This is the second list of bills signed into law by Gov. Bill Haslam this year after approval in the General Assembly, as provided by the governor’s communications office. It covers the period March 11-March 14.

Senate Bill 1529
This bill extends the public records commission eight years to June 30, 2024.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1531
This bill extends the selection panel for TennCare reviewers seven years to June 30, 2023.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1532
This bill extends the Southeast interstate low-level radioactive waste compact six years to June 30, 2022.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1535
The bill extends the state board of accountancy four years to June 30, 2020.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1536
The bill extends the state board of cosmetology and barber examiners two years to June 30, 2018. It also requires the division of state audit to conduct a question and answer review of the board in 2017.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1537
This bill extends the state election commission eight years to June 30, 2024.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1539
This bill extends the state funding board eight years to June 30, 2024
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1541
This bill extends the state TennCare pharmacy advisory committee four years to June 30, 2020.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1544
This bill extends the Tennessee medical laboratory board six years to June 30, 2022.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1547
This bill extends the Tennessee sports hall of fame six years to June 30, 2022.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1548
This bill extends the Tennessee-Tombigbee waterway development authority eight years to June 30, 2024.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1549
This bill extends the water and water waste operators board of certification six years to June 30, 2022.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

House Bill 2129
This bill enacts the “Heritage Protection Act.”
(Passed Senate 28-4; Passed House as amended 71-23)

Senate Bill 2622
This bill codifies the act of the 2015 legislative session.
(Passed Senate by 33-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Senate Bill 1528
This bill extends the polysomnography professional standards committee four years to June 30, 2020.
(Passed Senate by 31-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

Proclamation
Declares a state of emergency due to the rockslide on I-75 in Campbell County, allows TDOT to receive federal funds for repairs.

Senate Bill 1
This bill establishes the framework for confirmation of appellate judges appointed by the governor.
(Conference Committee Report #2 adopted by Senate 33-0; adopted by House 86-5)

Senate Joint Resolution 414
Honors retiring Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Gary Wade
(Adopted by Senate 31-0; House concurred)

Senate Bill 2403
This bill has to do with pharmacists and the dispensing of naloxone.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 90-0)

Senate Bill 2078
This bill has to do with changes to the state board of accountancy.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 86-5)

Senate Bill 1928
This bill is the “Government Imposter and Deceptive Advertisements Act.”
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 91-0)

Senate Bill 1621
This bill prohibits state or local government from requiring companies bidding on construction projects to hire individuals who reside within the jurisdiction of the state or local government.
(Passed Senate by 27-5; Passed House by 72-20)

Senate Bill 1441
This bill expands eligibility for a Fallen Heroes Medal.
(Passed Senate by 33-0; Passed House by 92-0)

Senate Bill 1219
This bill has to do with requiring summaries of constitutional amendments on the ballot.
(Passed Senate by 33-0; Passed House by 89-0)

House Bill 2441
This bill creates a sunset provision for the private probation services council.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 92-0)

House Bill 1774
This bill limits damages awarded in certain retaliatory discharge actions.
(Passed Senate by 29-0; Passed House by 87-4)

House Bill 1528
This bill makes a defendant charged with domestic assault, child abuse, or child neglect or endangerment not eligible for pretrial diversion.
(Passed Senate by 29-0; Passed House by 90-0)

House Bill 1489
This bill names the new high school building to be constructed on Tennessee School for the Deaf.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 93-0)

House Bill 1483
This bill exempts recycling vehicles from motor vehicle stopping and parking restrictions.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 93-0-1)

House Bill 1474
This bill exempts window tint restrictions for motor vehicles owned or leased by licensed private investigators.
(Passed Senate by 32-0; Passed House by 92-0)

House Bill 1467
This bill authorizes sheriffs and constables to collect same fee for unsuccessful service of process as for successful service of process.
(Passed Senate by 30-2; Passed House by 90-0)