HOUSE: SJR0010 filed by Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) memorializing the retirement of Sue Ann Head.
Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) and Sen. Jack Johnson (R-23) filed HB0183/SB0249 the “Private Attorney Retention Sunshine Act” and HB0182/SB0250 which both enact extensive changes to medical malpractice law in Tennessee. These Bills are in addition to tort reform filed by Sen. Brian Kelsey (R-31) and an attempt to enforce settlement limitations on negligent injury and [...]
Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) and Sen. Jack Johnson (R-23) filed HB0165/SB0248 which would establish that the Tennessee Regulatory Authority may regulate a non-utility following the sale or lease to the nonutility by the public utility if, 1) a complaint is filed with the attorney general and reporter or the division of consumer affairs of commerce [...]
Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) and Sen. Jack Johnson (R-23) filed HB0166/SB0247 which would require an association or corporation not organized or doing business for profit, which provides water or sewer or both water and sewer for a residential development of single-family homes, to be regulated by the Tennessee Regulatory Authority. Click Here for PollOnline SurveyConjoint [...]
Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) and Sen. Jack Johnson (R-23) filed HB0122/SB0108 which would increase the amount of income exempt from the Hall Income Tax from $1,250 individually and $2,500 jointly to $1,500 individually and $3,000 jointly. These limits would automatically increase for inflation beginning in 2012 and subsequent years, with the maximums adjusted for inflation [...]
Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) and Sen. Jack Johnson (R-23) filed HB0123/SB0107 which revises provisions governing eligibility for unemployment compensation for certain persons who provide certain services for an educational institution or its students. The caption pertains to qualifications for unemployment benefits generally. Click Here for PollOnline SurveyConjoint Analysis | Polls | Email Marketing | Feedback [...]
Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) and Sen. Jack Johnson (R-23) filed HB0121/SB0106 which would allow the Franklin Theatre to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises. It is unclear why the Theater cannot be licensed through the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission. Click Here for PollOnline SurveyConjoint Analysis | Polls | Email Marketing | Feedback TabView MicroPoll
Sen. Bill Ketron (R-13) and Rep. Charles Sargent (R-61) filed the following three Bills related to zoning and public planning: HB0126/SB0088 which would require zoning boards of appeals to make findings of fact, statements of material evidence, and statements of reasons for their actions as part of each motion or action and keep a public [...]