Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Rep. Curcio’s initiative increasing access to affordable health plans effective July 1

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — A measure sponsored by State Rep. Michael Curcio (R-Dickson) that increases access to affordable health insurance plans will take effect on July 1, 2020. Part of the innovative Republican CARE plan, House Bill 874 enables small business associations to partner together to provide affordable health plans for their employees. The overall goal of the legislation is…

State Rep. Matthew Hill announces $1.4 million in grant funding for Washington County

Monies awarded to six organizations to address housing needs in District 7 (NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — State Rep. Matthew Hill (R-Jonesborough) today announced he has partnered with the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) to secure more than $1.4 million in state and federal grant funding for the citizens of Washington County. The funds will be used to help…

State Rep. Holsclaw announces grants for Carter and Unicoi counties, tax free holiday expanded

  NASHVILLE-TENN. -   State Rep. John Holsclaw, R-Elizabethton, this week announced Carter and Unicoi counties will receive grant dollars as part of the overall $39.45 budget passed by the Tennessee General Assembly in June. Carter County will receive about $1,175,000 and Unicoi County will receive $800,000. The money is part of an overall $210 million support grant program…

State Rep. John Holsclaw’s Capitol Hill Review

Tennessee General Assembly passes $39.45 billion budget  This week in Nashville, both the House and Senate approved a $39.45 billion budget that addresses the unexpected revenue shortfalls caused by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Tennessee. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-2021 budget reduces the size of government through common sense reductions and cuts totaling $1.5 billion over…

State Rep. Jason Zachary’s Capitol Hill Review

Tennessee General Assembly passes $39.45 billion budget  This week in Nashville, both the House and Senate approved a $39.45 billion budget that addresses the unexpected revenue shortfalls caused by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Tennessee. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-2021 budget reduces the size of government through common sense reductions and cuts totaling $1.5 billion over…

State Rep. Kelly Keisling’s Capitol Hill Review

Tennessee General Assembly passes $39.45 billion budget  This week in Nashville, both the House and Senate approved a $39.45 billion budget that addresses the unexpected revenue shortfalls caused by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Tennessee. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-2021 budget reduces the size of government through common sense reductions and cuts totaling $1.5 billion over…

Join Our Newsletter

Subscribe our newsletter to receive the latest news

The Tennessee House Republican Caucus is dedicated to preserving Tennessee values and leading the nation with conservative policy.

Stay Tuned for Updates

© TENNESSEE HOUSE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS. All rights reserved.