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The following is a cut and paste from the latest email from the TFA today. I have already posted one of these bills here (TN Firearms Freedom Act". I know that the links do not work on this page but you can look them up at this site. Listing them on this page does not mean that TFA reccomends supporting them, but these are bills that the TFA is following.

Tennessee Firearms Association, Inc.

Legislative Action Committee

One of the primary tasks that TFA tries to provide is monitoring and reporting on legislation that may be of interest to firearms owners, recreational shooters, collectors and hunters. We were anticipating a busy year with the changes in the Tennessee General Assembly and even more so with the changes taking place nationally with respect to the 2nd Amendment issues.

Here is the first legislative update following the Tennessee Senate's open bill cutoff. Senators still have the ability to introduce up to 9 bills each and house members still have 2 weeks before their cutoff.

I am activating a thread on the TFA forum for discussion of these bills:

http://www.tfaonline.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1761

Finally, do not assume that these are all of the bills worth watching or tracking. I have made a diligent search for most of my Friday to locate these but out of almost 2000 bills there certainly can be some that I may have overlooked. Please contact me if you are aware of others.

Also, note that the software I use to make these searches sorts them by Category and then by bill number if I want to get them with the PDF links to the bills. Its the only option I have on that issue.

TFALAC Bill Report as of February 13, 2009:

SB 1305

HB 1189

(Full Text)

State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, increases from one to two the number of free sport fishing days. - Amends TCA Title 70. (S: Crowe; H: Mumpower)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1399

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, excludes felons who have had rights restored and who were not convicted of a violent or drug-related felony from Class E felony of possession or carrying of a handgun. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1403

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, permits person who has been voluntarily committed or hospitalized in a mental institution to apply for and obtain handgun carry permit if hospitalization was at least five years prior to application and applicant attaches statement from doctor that applicant does not pose immediate risk of serious harm due to mental illness. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1435

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, provides that owner of public or private property cannot, by posting, prohibit lawful possession of firearms on that property unless specific statutory prohibition, a correctional facility, or prohibited by federal law. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Stanley)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1568

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, makes information contained in handgun carry permit applications and renewals, information provided to agencies to investigate applicant, and records maintained relative to the permit application confidential and creates Class E felony of unauthorized publication of permit information or records. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Bunch)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1597

(Full Text)

State Summary: Public Records - As introduced, makes confidential handgun carry permit records unless the holder of a permit waives such confidentiality. - Amends TCA Section 10-7-504. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1601

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, increases auction deadline for confiscated weapons by a county or municipality from six to nine months and requires a notice of the sale of confiscated weapons to be posted on an official Web site of the county or municipality, if a Web site exists. - Amends TCA Title 36, Chapter 3 and Title 39. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1603

(Full Text)

State Summary: Criminal Procedure - As introduced, enacts the "Restoration of Citizenship Rights Act." - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1604

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, requires governmental entities to provide notice and a hearing before prohibiting persons who have handgun carry permits from carrying weapons in a building. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1606

(Full Text)

State Summary: Criminal Offenses - As introduced, specifies that person who uses force in self defense may be mistaken as to extent of danger so long as the person held an honest belief of extent of danger; makes other changes concerning self defense. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 11, Part 6. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1607

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, prohibits employers and nongovernmental entities from prohibiting persons possessing a handgun carry permit from transporting and storing a firearm out of sight in a locked vehicle on any property set aside for vehicles. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1608

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, clarifies that shooting ranges that complied with existing noise ordinances at the time the range began operation are not liable for nuisance claims or any action to abate use or operation of the shooting range; authorizes certain ranges operating prior to December 16, 2008, to continue operating as ranges. - Amends TCA Section 39-17-316. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1609

(Full Text)

State Summary: Criminal Procedure - As introduced, specifies circumstances in which a person has no duty to retreat before threatening or using force in self-defense; extends circumstances under which there is a legal presumption that a person using force in self-defense was justified; confers civil immunity upon a person properly using self-defense; prescribes procedures by which law enforcement agencies shall investigate instances in which use of force may have been justified. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 11, Part 6. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1610

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act." - Amends TCA Title 4. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1611

(Full Text)

State Summary: Public Records - As introduced, makes confidential hunting and fishing license and permit records unless the holder of such permit waives confidentiality. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 2, Part 1. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1612

(Full Text)

State Summary: Public Records - As introduced, makes confidential handgun carry permit records unless the holder of a permit waives such confidentiality. - Amends TCA Section 10-7-504. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1613

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, reduces handgun carry permit application fee from $115 to $75.00; removes $15.00 from fee that is earmarked to TBI for background checks. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1614

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, requires persons licensed to sell firearms to adhere to the guidelines prescribed by the federal "Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act." - Amends TCA Title 39. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1615

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, provides that "handgun carry permit" may be used interchangeably with "weapon carry permit" where applicable. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1616

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, exempts persons with concealed carry permits from prohibition against carrying weapon outside of applicable hunting season. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 4. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1617

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, requires law enforcement agencies to open their shooting ranges for public use when not being used by law enforcement personnel. - Amends TCA Section 38-8-116. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1618

(Full Text)

State Summary: Domestic Violence - As introduced, requires a court to conduct a needs-based hearing for a criminal offense involving domestic violence in which the alleged abuser is a law enforcement officer or the holder of a valid hunting and fishing license or permit to determine on a case-by-case basis whether to return prior to the disposition of a case any weapons that were seized. - Amends TCA Title 36, Chapter 3, Part 6. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1619

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, exempts holder of handgun carry permit from prohibition against carrying a firearm in any public park, playground, civic center, or other public recreational area or facility. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1620

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, extends from 60 to 90 days the amount of time that a permit holder has to notify the department of safety that the holder's address has changed. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1621

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, clarifies that rules concerning weapons shall be subject to review by the house and senate government operations committees. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1622

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, allows non-student adult who has a permit to carry a handgun to carry gun onto school grounds if gun remains within private vehicle and is not handled by the adult or a person acting with the adult's consent. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1625

HB 1292

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, makes information contained in handgun carry permit applications and renewals, information provided to agencies to investigate applicant, and records maintained relative to the permit application confidential and creates Class A fine only misdemeanor of unauthorized publication of permit information or records. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Beavers; H: Casada)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1641

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, exempts persons with concealed carry permits from prohibition against carrying weapon outside of applicable hunting season. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 4. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1642

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, restricts information required to be submitted by a participant in a handgun safety course and corrects reference to federal law; requires that documents required to be submitted for purchase of firearms that must be registered be executed by chief law enforcement within 15 days of request. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 36, Chapter 3; Title 39; Title 40, Chapter 35; Title 45; Title 57; Title 58, Chapter 1 and Title 58, Chapter 2. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1644

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, enacts the "Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act." - Amends TCA Title 4. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1645

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, requires persons licensed to sell firearms to adhere to the guidelines prescribed by the federal "Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act"; removes state prohibition against sales of firearms to certain persons. - Amends TCA Title 39. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1646

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, restricts information required to be submitted by a participant in a handgun safety course and corrects reference to federal law. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 36, Chapter 3; Title 39; Title 40, Chapter 35; Title 45; Title 57; Title 58, Chapter 1 and Title 58, Chapter 2. (S: Beavers)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1724

HB 1395

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, prohibits employers from prohibiting persons possessing a handgun carry permit from transporting and storing a firearm out of sight in a locked vehicle on any property set aside for vehicles. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Bunch; H: Evans)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1725

HB 1398

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, authorizes person with handgun carry permit to possess firearm in state parks and wildlife management areas. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70. (S: Bunch; H: Evans)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1808

(Full Text)

State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, permits coyote hunting at night in Lake County. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 4, Part 1. (S: Herron)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1809

(Full Text)

State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, permits coyote hunting at night in Lake County. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 4, Part 1. (S: Herron)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1834

(Full Text)

State Summary: Guns - As introduced, establishes the super bounty fund and enacts the "Tennessee Gun Offender Registration, Verification, and Tracking Act of 2009." - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40. (S: Kyle)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1865

(Full Text)

State Summary: Wildlife Resources Commission - As introduced, increases punishment for knowingly hunting, killing, trapping, ensnaring, destroying, or possessing an albino deer from Class B to Class A misdemeanor punishable by fine only. - Amends TCA Title 70. (S: Kyle)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1895

HB 1401

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, extends time period, from 15 business days to 30 days, within which sheriff or chief of police is required to execute certain documents required if purchaser is not prohibited from possessing firearm. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17. (S: Black; H: Evans)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1901

(Full Text)

State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, reduces the distance by which landowners must post signage to effectively restrict persons from hunting game inside the perimeter of the lands being posted from 100-yard to 50-yard intervals. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 4. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1908

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, enacts the "Second Amendment Protection Act" prohibiting the sale of microstamped firearms or ammunition in this state. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1912

(Full Text)

State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, allows a commissioned reserve deputy sheriff as authorized in writing by the sheriff to carry firearms as a law enforcement officer. - Amends TCA Section 39-17-1350. (S: Norris)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1920

(Full Text)

State Summary: Criminal Procedure - As introduced, increases from $50.00 to $60.00 the fee charged a person making an application to have criminal record expunged. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32. (S: Johnson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1926

(Full Text)

State Summary: Domestic Violence - As introduced, requires judge, when addressing a defendant who intends to plead guilty to a charge of domestic assault, to advise the defendant prior to the plea of the state and federal firearms consequences of such a plea. - Amends TCA Title 30, Chapter 13, Part 1. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1930

(Full Text)

State Summary: Safety, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to keep personal information obtained in connection with handgun permits confidential to same extent as information in motor vehicle records. - Amends TCA Section 55-25-104. (S: Norris)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1932

(Full Text)

State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, includes handgun carry permits in definition of "motor vehicle record" for purposes of the "Uniform Motor Vehicle Records Disclosure Act." - Amends TCA Title 55, Chapter 25, Part 1. (S: Norris)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

CAMPAIGNS & LOBBYING

SB 0440*

HB 0969

(Full Text)

Restoration of voting rights. Requires a person to have paid all restitution to the victims, paid all fines imposed by the court, and paid all court costs before the person can have a voter registration card restored. (S: Overbey; H: McCord)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0637

HB 0675*

(Full Text)

Child support obligations and voting privileges. Removes requirement that a person be current in all child support obligations to retain the right to vote. (S: Marrero; H: Turner L.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

COMMERCIAL LAW

SB 0119

HB 0071*

(Full Text)

Redefines all-terrain vehicle. Redefines "all-terrain vehicle" for purposes of the Motorcycle and Off-Road Vehicle Dealer Fairness Act to include a motorized vehicle that is limited in engine displacement to 1,000 cubic centimeters or less and is limited in total dry weight to less than 1,500 pounds. Current law specifies engine displacement to 800 cubic centimeters or less and a dry weight of 850 pounds. (S: Southerland; H: McCord)

Senate Status: Withdrawn in Senate 02/09/2009.

House Status: Withdrawn in House 02/09/2009.

CRIMINAL LAW

SB 0019*

HB 0082

(Full Text)

Carrying firearms - judges. Authorizes current and retired judges who possess a handgun carry permit to carry a firearm under same circumstances and conditions as law enforcement officers and correctional officers. Current law allows law enforcement officer to carry firearms at all times, on-duty or off-duty, except if prohibited by federal law, court orders, or written directives of the executive supervisor of the employing agency, or if the officer is on school grounds or under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. (S: Gresham; H: Shaw)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary.

SB 0032

HB 0046*

(Full Text)

Handgun information privacy. Prohibits department of safety or any department-approved handgun safety course employee from requiring applicant for handgun carry permit to furnish any identifying information concerning any handgun the applicant owns or possesses. (S: Tracy; H: Evans)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary. Referred to House Judiciary Criminal Practice Subcommittee.

SB 0040

HB 0112*

(Full Text)

Possession of handguns while on certain premises. Allows persons with a handgun carry permit to carry a handgun year-round on public hunting areas and wildlife management areas. Specifies that such individuals are still subject to all wildlife laws, rules, and regulations. (S: Bunch; H: Bell)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0084*

HB 0503

(Full Text)

Carrying handgun in building where alcohol is served. Allows person with handgun carry permit who is not consuming alcohol to carry handgun in establishment that serves alcohol or beer and derives 60 percent or more of its gross annual revenue from food sales, except if establishment has posted notice prohibiting weapons. Adds to persons for whom the department shall suspend or revoke handgun carry permit: person convicted of Class A misdemeanor of possessing a firearm where alcohol is served. (S: Stanley; H: Todd)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Todd)

SB 0172

HB 0221*

(Full Text)

Confidentiality of handgun carry permit applications. Makes confidential information pertaining to handgun carry permits relative to public inspection or publication. Authorizes law enforcement agencies to access such information for investigating or prosecuting purposes. Specifies that publication of such information by anyone other than the permit holder is a Class A misdemeanor punishable by fine only. (S: Ketron; H: Bass)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0180

HB 0004*

(Full Text)

Exemption for certain handgun carry permit requirements. Clarifies that a person who is exempt from classroom and firing range training requirement by reason of prior military experience is also exempt from payment of $115 application and processing fee. (S: Jackson; H: Bass)

House Co-Sponsor: Turner M.

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary.

SB 0190

HB 0266*

(Full Text)

Self defense used in a person's business. Clarifies that the law of self-defense applies to a person's business, in addition to a person's lawful residence, dwelling and vehicle. (S: Bunch; H: Watson E.)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0201*

HB 0587

(Full Text)

Disposition of confiscated weapons. Allows director of judicial district drug task force to petition court for permission to dispose of confiscated weapons by public sale, destruction of weapons or by retaining weapon for legitimate law enforcement purposes. (S: Bunch; H: Coleman)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Coleman)

SB 0211*

HB 0363

(Full Text)

Handgun permit holders allowed to carry guns in parks. Allows a person with a handgun carry permit to posses a handgun while within the boundaries of any public park or while hunting big game with a bow and arrow during the archery-only deer season. (S: Crowe; H: Mumpower)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Mumpower)

SB 0245*

HB 0521

(Full Text)

Authorizes judges and district attorneys to carry firearms. Allows any person with a gun carry permit to possess a firearm at any public park, public postsecondary institution, and restaurant in this state if the person is not consuming alcoholic beverages. Authorizes judges and district attorneys with handgun carry permits or appropriate training to carry firearms where law enforcement is authorized to carry firearms. (S: Gresham; H: Rich)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Rich)

SB 0262*

HB 0972

(Full Text)

Handgun permit holder allowed to carry gun in parks. Authorizes anyone with handgun carry permit to possess firearm in local, state, or federal parks in TN or in a refuge, public hunting area, wildlife management area, or on national forest land in TN. Declares that no state or local government entity may prohibit anyone with a handgun carry permit from possessing a firearm in any public park in TN. (S: Jackson; H: McCord)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0263*

HB 0490

(Full Text)

Handgun permits for probation and parole officers. Authorizes any probation or parole officer who has a valid permit to carry a handgun at the same times and in the same locations as law enforcement officers. Permits the board of parole to require that a parole or probation officer receive more extensive handgun training than is required for a handgun carry permit if the officer intends to carry a handgun during the course of the officer's employment. (S: Jackson; H: Tidwell)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Tidwell)

SB 0265*

HB 0489

(Full Text)

Possession of firearm where alcohol is served. Permits a person who has a permit to carry a handgun to carry gun in place where alcohol is served for consumption on premises if person not consuming alcohol or is not otherwise prohibited by posting provisions. Known as the "guns in bars" bill. (S: Jackson; H: Tidwell)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Tidwell)

SB 0272

HB 0359*

(Full Text)

Handguns on public hunting or wildlife management areas. Creates an exception to the prohibition against possessing firearms while an individual is traversing public hunting or wildlife management areas inhabited by big game so long as the firearm possessed is a handgun and the individual has a valid handgun carry permit. (S: Gresham; H: Dennis)

House Co-Sponsor: Rich

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0287*

HB 0796

(Full Text)

Selling of seized firearms at public auction. Increases time period within which a seized firearm may be sold at public auction pursuant to court order from six to 12 months. (S: Black; H: Barker)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0309*

(Full Text)

Montlake Classic Clays shooting range - right to operate. Authorizes Montlake Classic Clays shooting range in Hamilton County to continue operating as a shooting range at the same location where it has operated for over 30 years. Specifies that such right shall not be amended, restricted, or terminated due to zoning changes. (S: Berke)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0383

HB 0411*

(Full Text)

Selling of firearms to certain persons prohibited. Creates Class A misdemeanor offense of attempting to purchase a firearm when prohibited by law from possessing firearm. Also creates Class A misdemeanor offense of selling firearm to person known to be prohibited by law from possessing firearm. (S: Barnes; H: Pitts)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0468*

HB 0844

(Full Text)

Release of mental health records for background check. Requires mental health information of a recipient to be disclosed for the purpose of complying with any reporting requirements made by a federal or state agency for conducting criminal history record or background checks necessary to purchase or obtain a firearm or to be issued a handgun carry permit. (S: Crowe; H: Mumpower)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0474

HB 0070*

(Full Text)

Protection of property. Removes prohibition against using deadly force in protection of property. Specifies that there is an exemption from provisions allowing the use of deadly force against a person lawfully allowed to be in a business as there is for a dwelling, residence or occupied vehicle. (S: Berke; H: Fincher)

Senate Status: Senate companion bill introduced. (S: Berke)

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary. Referred to House Judiciary Criminal Practice Subcommittee.

SB 0539

HB 0351*

(Full Text)

Assault on law enforcement officer. Creates Class E and D felony offenses of assault on law enforcement officer. Also creates Class B felony offense of aggravated assault on law enforcement officer. (S: Ketron; H: Hackworth)

Senate Status: Senate companion bill introduced. (S: Ketron)

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0554

HB 0254*

(Full Text)

Purchasers of firearms not required to produce thumbprint. Removes requirement that a gun dealer must obtain a thumbprint from a purchaser and deletes provision whereby the TBI must provide firearms transaction thumbprint forms. (S: Norris; H: Casada)

Senate Status: Senate companion bill introduced. (S: Norris)

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0555

HB 0238*

(Full Text)

Felons convicted of violent crimes cannot have vicious dogs. Prohibits a person who has been convicted of a felony involving the use or attempted use of force, violence or a deadly weapon from knowingly possessing a vicious dog. (S: Norris; H: DeBerry J.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0560*

HB 0666

(Full Text)

Dangerous felony - use of a firearm. Adds criminal attempt at first degree murder, second degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, aggravated arson, and burglary to the list of offenses that constitute a "dangerous felony" when the suspect involved possesses a firearm during the commission of the act. (S: Norris; H: DeBerry J.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0565

HB 0414*

(Full Text)

Inmate relations coordinators to carry firearms. Authorizes vested inmate relations coordinators to carry firearms to same extent as correctional officers. (S: Yager; H: Windle)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0575

HB 0233*

(Full Text)

Carrying a handgun in certain locations. Authorizes anyone with a handgun carry permit, not consuming an alcoholic beverage, to carry a handgun in a public establishment that derives 60 percent or more of its revenue through the sale of food. Allows transient or guest to carry a handgun in a hotel except for where alcoholic beverages are being served. (S: Jackson; H: Todd)

Senate Status: Senate companion bill introduced. (S: Jackson)

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0576*

(Full Text)

Handgun permit holders to carry guns where alcohol served. Allows any individual who has a permit to carry a handgun to carry the gun into a location where alcohol is served for consumption on premises provided the individual is not consuming alcohol or is not otherwise prohibited by posting provisions. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0578

HB 0390*

(Full Text)

Loaded guns in vehicles. Allows a person with a handgun carry permit to possess a loaded rifle or loaded shotgun in a motor vehicle. (S: Jackson; H: Fincher)

Senate Status: Senate companion bill introduced. (S: Jackson)

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0609

HB 0566*

(Full Text)

Disposition of confiscated weapons. Allows the director of a judicial district drug task force to petition the court for disposition of weapons confiscated by the task force. (S: Tracy; H: Cobb C.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0659*

HB 0784

(Full Text)

Handgun carry permit records are confidential. Requires that information contained in handgun carry permit applications and renewals, information provided to agencies to investigate applicant, and records maintained relative to the permit application remain confidential. Creates Class A misdemeanor punishable by fine only for publishing such information or records. (S: Stanley; H: Lollar)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0672

HB 0606*

(Full Text)

Possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony. Defines attempt to commit first degree murder as a dangerous felony for the offense of possessing a firearm during commission of a dangerous felony. (S: Norris; H: DeBerry J.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0678

HB 0665*

(Full Text)

Offense of spotlighting deer. Requires docket number for prior convictions to be included along with time and place of prior convictions in the indictment or presentment when prosecuting a person for second or subsequent offense of spotlighting deer. Broadly captioned. (S: Woodson; H: Sargent)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0724

HB 0517*

(Full Text)

Requires expunction of certain criminal records. Requires expunction of criminal records when 15 years has elapsed and the individual has not committed any major crime since and when the original crime was not a Class A or Class B felony or certain Class C felonies such as sexual offenses. (S: Tate; H: Shaw)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0761

HB 0045*

(Full Text)

Handgun carrying permit. Clarifies that no applicant for a handgun carry permit that is participating in a handgun safety course is required to furnish any information concerning the handgun the applicant owns, possesses, or uses during the safety course. (S: Crowe; H: Hill)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary. Referred to House Judiciary Criminal Practice Subcommittee.

SB 0842

HB 0770*

(Full Text)

Handgun permit holder allowed to carry gun while bowhunting. State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, authorizes person with handgun permit to carry handgun while big game bowhunting during the archery-only deer season. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Section 70-4-123. (S: Jackson; H: Turner M.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0925

HB 0612*

(Full Text)

Aggravated robbery with firearm or explosive device. Increases penalty for aggravated robbery from Class B felony to Class A felony when accomplished by use of a firearm or explosive device. (S: Stanley; H: DeBerry J.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0928*

HB 1195

(Full Text)

Possession of firearm during commission of felony. Adds offenses of attempting to commit first degree murder, second degree murder, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, aggravated arson and burglary to list of criminal offenses that constitute a dangerous felony for purposes of statute regarding possession of firearm during commission of felony. (S: Stanley; H: Rich)

House Co-Sponsor: Dennis

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 0948

HB 0617*

(Full Text)

Firearms carried by reserve law enforcement officers. Allows commissioned reserve deputy sheriffs authorized in writing by sheriff or reserve police officers authorized in writing by chief of police to carry firearms on and off duty to same extent as full-time law enforcement officers. (S: Tracy; H: Todd)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

SB 0976

HB 0716*

(Full Text)

Handgun carry permit holders can carry guns in state parks. Permits a resident who has a valid handgun carry permit to possess a handgun while within the boundaries of any state park. (S: Faulk; H: Niceley)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1062

HB 1271

(Full Text)

Simple possession of marijuana and expunged records. State Summary: Criminal Offenses - As introduced, allows person convicted of simple possession of marijuana after July 1, 2009, who has no prior drug convictions to have records expunged after completing entire sentence and those convicted before July 1, 2009, one year after completing sentence. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 4. (S: Marrero B; H: Favors)

House Co-Sponsor: Jones U.

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1126

HB 0959

(Full Text)

Handgun carry permit information confidential. State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, makes information contained in handgun carry permit applications and renewals, information provided to agencies to investigate applicant, and records maintained relative to the permit application confidential and creates Class A fine only misdemeanor of unauthorized publication of permit information or records. - Amends TCA Section 10-7-504 and Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Norris; H: Matlock)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1127

HB 0962

(Full Text)

Carrying guns in restaurants. State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, allows person with handgun carry permit to carry in restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages as long as such person is not consuming alcoholic beverages and such restaurant is not an age-restricted venue. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17. (S: Jackson; H: McCord)

Senate Co-Sponsor: Norris.

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1129

HB 0724*

(Full Text)

Handgun permit carry holders to carry guns in parks. Allows persons with handgun carry permit to carry in public parks, public postsecondary institutions, and places where alcoholic beverages are being served so long as that individual is not consuming alcohol. Allows judges to carry firearms where law enforcement can carry if they have permit or appropriate training. (S: Norris; H: Kelsey)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1248

HB 0823

(Full Text)

Law enforcement and military to carry weapons on campuses. State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, authorizes certain law enforcement officers and military personnel to carry weapons on public colleges and universities. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Bunch; H: Campfield)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1261

HB 0798*

(Full Text)

Faculty allowed to carry firearms. State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, authorizes full-time faculty and staff at public schools, colleges, and universities in Tennessee to carry handguns if not otherwise prohibited by law. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Bunch; H: Campfield)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1273

HB 0898

(Full Text)

People with handgun carry permits to carry in public parks. State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, allows persons with handgun carry permit to carry in public parks, public postsecondary institutions, and places where alcoholic beverages are being served; allows judges to carry firearms where law enforcement can carry if they have permit or appropriate training. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70. (S: Bunch; H: Watson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1274

HB 0856

(Full Text)

Judge or probation officer must show permit for handgun. State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, permits a judge or probation officer with a handgun carry permit to carry a handgun at all times and in all places in the same manner as a law enforcement officer upon a showing that the permit holder is a judge or probation officer. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Bunch; H: Mumpower)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1275

HB 0855

(Full Text)

Permits judge or probation officer to carry handgun. State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, permits a judge or probation officer who holds a valid handgun carry permit to carry a handgun at any time and in any place in this state, notwithstanding current location restrictions. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13. (S: Bunch; H: Mumpower)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1394

HB 1118

(Full Text)

Restrictions lifted for officers carrying firearms. State Summary: Law Enforcement - As introduced, lifts certain restrictions on carrying firearms for law enforcement officers - Amends TCA Section 39-17-1350. (S: Burchett; H: Casada)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1518

HB 0960

(Full Text)

Handgun carry permit holders to carry in parks. State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, authorizes person with handgun carry permit to possess firearm in local, state, or federal parks. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70. (S: Burchett; H: McCord)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1519

HB 0961

(Full Text)

Handgun carry permit holders to carry in wildlife areas. State Summary: Firearms and Ammunition - As introduced, authorizes person with handgun carry permit to possess firearm in a refuge, public hunting area, wildlife management area, or on national forest land. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 13 and Title 70. (S: Burchett; H: Matlock)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1557

HB 1117

(Full Text)

Qualified and retired officers carrying firearms. State Summary: Law Enforcement - As introduced, requires POST commission to establish by rule how this state will implement the federal "Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004," relative to the carrying of firearms by qualified and retired law enforcement officers. - Amends TCA Title 38, Chapter 8. (S: Burchett; H: Casada)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1698

HB 0925

(Full Text)

Prohibits social security number on application for permit. State Summary: Handgun Permits - As introduced, prohibits department of safety from requiring applicant provide social security number on application for permit or on certificate of completion of handgun safety course; prohibits course instructor from withholding proof of completion based solely on applicant not providing social security number. - Amends TCA Section 39-17-1351. (S: Southerland; H: Hawk)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1744

HB 1129

(Full Text)

Crime Free School Zone Act. State Summary: Criminal Offenses - As introduced, enacts the "Crime Free School Zone Act." - Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 49. (S: Marrero B; H: Hardaway)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1802

HB 0747*

(Full Text)

Handgun carry permit holders - hunting, wildlife areas. Allows a person with a handgun carry permit to posses a handgun the entire year while on public hunting and wildlife management areas but prohibits a person to use a handgun to hunt. (S: Overbey; H: Bell)

Senate Co-Sponsors: Herron; Crowe.

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1823

HB 0584*

(Full Text)

Disclosure of mental health records for background check. Authorizes the disclosure of mental health records when requested by a state or federal law enforcement agency for the purpose of conducting a firearm criminal history background check on the patient. (S: Herron; H: Fincher)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

HB 0032*

(Full Text)

Crime-Free School Zone Act. Enacts the "Crime-Free School Zone Act." Enhances penalties and fines for violent and certain other crimes committed within 1000 feet of any school, public or private, child care agency, public library, recreation center or park. (H: Hardaway)

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary.

HB 0053*

(Full Text)

Confidentiality of handgun carry permit applications. Declares information contained in handgun carry permit applications and renewals, information provided to agencies to investigate applicant, and records maintained relative to the permit application is confidential. Creates Class E felony of unauthorized publication of permit information or records. (H: Bass)

House Status: Withdrawn in House 02/11/2009.

HB 0478*

(Full Text)

Crime-Free School Zone Act. Replaces current law on drug-free school zones with "Crime-Free School Zone Act". As in current law, provides for fines in addition to code punishment for specified offenses occurring on school grounds or within 1000 feet of an elementary, middle or high school, preschool, childcare agency, public library, recreational center or park. Specifies that person convicted of specified criminal offenses occurring within the zone of an elementary, middle or high school shall be punished one classification higher than provided for by criminal code, in addition to imposition of the required additional fines. Adds increased penalties for other specified offenses, include drug and sexual offenses, felonies involving deadly weapons and carjacking. Requires any defendants subject to the fines imposed by this section to enroll in a satellite-based monitoring upon release to probation or parole. (H: Hardaway)

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

HB 0787*

(Full Text)

Expungement of certain criminal records. State Summary: Criminal Procedure - As introduced, requires expungement of certain criminal records under certain circumstances. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32. (H: Gilmore)

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

HJR 0032

(Full Text)

Joint committee to study Tennessee's gun laws. Creates special joint committee to study Tennessee's gun laws, including concealed carry permits, issuance of gun licenses to dealers and consumers, persons who are allowed to carry guns and where such persons are allowed to carry guns, penalties associated with guns, and any other matter the joint study committee may find reasonable and prudent. (H: West)

House Status: Referred to House Judiciary Criminal Practice Subcommittee.

ENVIRONMENT & NATURE

SB 0264*

HB 0569

(Full Text)

Fishing and hunting licenses for disabled. Allows TWRA to issue sport fishing and hunting licenses at no cost to Tennessee residents who are 100 percent disabled and receive social security disability benefits. (S: Jackson; H: Shepard)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Environment, Conservation & Tourism.

House Status: House companion bill introduced. (H: Shepard)

SB 0280

HB 0365*

(Full Text)

TDEC jurisdiction over the Off-Highway Vehicle Act. Transfers authority of the "Tennessee Off-Highway Vehicles Act" from the wildlife resources department to the department of environment and conservation. Clarifies some language but makes no other substantive changes. (S: Stewart E.; H: Matheny)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Environment, Conservation & Tourism.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 0630*

(Full Text)

Restrictions on elk hunting. Clarifies that special elk-take permits are only valid in the eastern grand division of the state. (S: Southerland)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0686*

HB 0963

(Full Text)

Effective date of regulations for cooperative agreements. Requires executive director of agency to submit report to the governor and each member of the wildlife resources commission by September 30 of each year. Extends effective date of regulations for cooperative agreements with federal agencies from 30 to 45 days after publication. (S: Woodson; H: McCord)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 0840*

HB 1370

(Full Text)

TWRA - recovery of lead deposited after firearm discharge. Makes TWRA the exclusive agency to participate in the mining or recovery of any lead deposited as the result of the discharge of a firearm on state property which has been leased to a private entity for the operation of a gun club. Specifies that the state's share of any profits from such reclamation are to be earmarked to construct a building or pavilion at the Montgomery County shooting complex to serve and benefit the state championship for scholastic clay target programs. (S: Jackson; H: Lollar)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

SB 1128

HB 0966

(Full Text)

Signage restricting hunting game on certain property. State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, requires signage to effectively restrict persons from hunting game on landowner property be placed at all major points of ingress of the lands being posted, rather than at intervals along property line. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 4. (S: Norris; H: McCord)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1170

HB 0882

(Full Text)

Reduced hunting license fee for disabled individuals. State Summary: Game and Fish Laws - As introduced, allows state residents who are 50 percent or more disabled as a result of rheumatoid arthritis to obtain a permanent hunting and fishing combination license at a reduced one-time fee of $10.00. - Amends TCA Title 70, Chapter 2, Part 1. (S: Finney L; H: Maddox)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SB 1648

HB 0725*

(Full Text)

Hunting or taking of animals by use of bait. Clarifies that hunting or taking animals by use of bait shall not be prohibited unless the bait is visible at the time and location of such hunt or taking. (S: Gresham; H: Hensley)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

SJR 0001

(Full Text)

Constitutional amendment - right to hunt and fish. Adds provisions to the state constitution to establish the right to hunt, fish, and harvest game subject to reasonable rules and regulations. Establishes standard for reviewing such rules and regulations. (S: Norris)

Senate Status: Held on Senate clerk's desk.

SJR 0030

(Full Text)

Constitutional amendment - right to hunt and fish. Proposes an election of the people for the purpose of determining whether Article XI, Section 13 of the Constitution of Tennessee should be amended to establish the right to hunt and fish, subject to reasonable regulations and restrictions prescribed by law. (S: Jackson)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

FAMILY LAW

SB 0314*

HB 1225

(Full Text)

Surrender of firearms under orders of protection. Creates a Class A misdemeanor for failure to surrender all firearms when subject to an order of protection. Requires the administrative office of the courts to revise the petition for such order form to specify the respondent's requirements to surrender. Stipulates that an order of protection must contain the following provisions: one part stating that it is a criminal offense and a violation to own, possess, transport, carry or receive a firearm during the time an order is in effect; and one part directing the respondent to surrender all firearms that the respondent owns, possesses or has control over and stating that it is a criminal offense to fail to surrender all firearms after being ordered to do so. Provides for the storage of weapons by law enforcement and authorizes them to charge a fee for such storage. Also dictates the procedure for return of the weapons. (S: Black; H: Harwell)

House Co-Sponsors: Sontany; Pruitt; Gilmore; Jones S; Maggart; Richardson; Camper

Senate Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

HEALTH CARE

SB 0850*

(Full Text)

Universal mental health testing of juveniles. State Summary: Education - As introduced, places restrictions on universal mental health testing, or psychiatric or socioemotional screening of juveniles; requires certain consent by a juvenile's parent, guardian, legal custodian, or caregiver before such testing can occur. - Amends TCA Title 9, Chapter 4 and Title 49, Chapter 2, Part 1. (S: Black)

Senate Co-Sponsors: Burks; Gresham; Beavers; Ketron; Crowe; McNally; Burchett; Tracy; Ramsey R.; Yager

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

JUDICIARY

SB 0673

HB 0607*

(Full Text)

Sentencing for aggravated robbery. Prohibits release eligibility for a person who has a prior conviction for a dangerous felony committing aggravated robbery with a firearm until the person has served 75 percent of the sentence imposed. (S: Norris; H: DeBerry J.)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/12/2009

House Status: Introduced 2/11/2009

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

HB 0766*

(Full Text)

Firearms and ammunition - restrictions during emergency. Prohibits governor from commandeering firearms or suspending sale of ammunition during state of emergency. Prohibits state, public officials, and local governments from imposing additional restrictions on firearms and ammunition during state of emergency or disaster. (H: Turner M.)

House Status: Withdrawn in House 02/11/2009.

TORT LIABILITY

SB 0281

HB 0367*

(Full Text)

Injury or death from risks of off-highway vehicles. Precludes civil liability of any person, including corporation or partnership, or any off-highway vehicle (OHV) professional who facilitates or provides access to certain OHV activities which result in injury or death from the activity's inherent risks. Broadly captioned. (S: Stewart E.; H: Matheny)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES

SB 0282

HB 0366*

(Full Text)

Tennessee Off-Highway Vehicle Association. Allows an owner or lessee of a motor vehicle who pays the regular fee and the specialty fee to be issued a Tennessee Off-Highway Vehicle Association specialty earmarked license plate. Requires that the funds produced from the sale of these specialty license plates to be allocated to the association. (S: Stewart E.; H: Matheny)

Senate Status: Referred to Senate Transportation.

House Status: Introduced 2/9/2009

SB 1350

HB 0036*

(Full Text)

Child safety in operation of off-highway motor vehicles. Establishes an offense for any parent or legal guardian of a person under 18 years of age to permit that person to operate or be a passenger on an off-highway motor vehicle without an appropriate helmet. (S: Tate; H: Hardaway)

Senate Status: Introduced 2/18/2009

House Status: Referred to House Transportation Committee.

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Thanks from Knoxville

good to know about the TFA.

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Thanks from Knoxville

good to know about the TFA.

I see alot of action from the Knoxville chapter. I am going to go to my first meeting in Nashville here on Tuesday. Please look into attending one of the meetings up there. You do not have to be a member. If you want some more info you can clink on the link in my sig block.

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