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State Representative Jay Reedy To Carry Legislation On Behalf Of House Leadership, Governor

(NASHVILLE) — House Majority Leader Glen Casada (R–Thompson’s Station) announced this week that State Representative Jay Reedy (R–Erin) has been chosen to shepherd House Bill 299 through the legislative process on behalf of Republican leadership. House Bill 299 is part of Governor Haslam’s legislative package for the year, which is traditionally handled by the House Majority…

Speaker Beth Harwell, House leaders honor Consul-General of Japan

NASHVILLE – House Speaker Beth Harwell (R-Nashville), along with members of House leadership, honored on Wednesday Masami Kinefuchi, the Consul-General of Japan. Kinefuchi was appointed on April 1, 2015 and serves in Nashville. He has jurisdiction over five states (Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisana, Mississippi, and Tennessee) where more than 400 Japanese companies are located. “It was an…

Tennessee General Assembly website wins national “Online Democracy Award”

NASHVILLE – Speaker Beth Harwell (R-Nashville) today announced that the Tennessee General Assembly’s revamped website has won the prestigious “Online Democracy Award” awarded by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL). NCSL’s Online Democracy Award is presented each year to the legislature whose website “makes democracy user-friendly in an outstanding way.” Tennessee also won the award…

Capitol Hill Review: 02/20-02/24

February 23 Marks 147th Anniversary Of Tennessee’s Third, Current Constitution On the second Monday in January 1870, the third Constitutional Convention of the State of Tennessee convened in Nashville. On February 23, 1870, the Convention ordained and established the new Constitution of the State, which is still in effect to this day. That Constitution was approved…

Representative Ron Gant’s Capitol Hill Review: 02/20-02/24

February 23 Marks 147th Anniversary Of Tennessee’s Third, Current Constitution On the second Monday in January 1870, the third Constitutional Convention of the State of Tennessee convened in Nashville. On February 23, 1870, the Convention ordained and established the new Constitution of the State, which is still in effect to this day. That Constitution was approved…

Secretary Hargett Presents a Grant Check in Marshall County

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Secretary of State Tre Hargett presented a grant check in Marshall County Thursday. The grant, distributed through the Tennessee State Library and Archives, will help with library technology upgrades. “These are more than investments in supplies or computers. These grants provide access to technology and information for more Tennesseans than ever before,” said Secretary Hargett…

Knox County Legislative Delegation Accepting Resumes For County Election Commission Appointments

Knox County Legislative Delegation Accepting Resumes For County Election Commission Appointments (NASHVILLE) – Appointments to the Knox County Election Commission will be made in the coming days by the Tennessee State Election Commission. Currently, the Knox County Legislative Delegation is accepting resumes from interested individuals who may wish to serve on the election commission as…

State Representative Matthew Hill Announces Community Town Hall Events

State Representative Matthew Hill Announces Community Town Hall Events (NASHVILLE) — State Representative Matthew Hill (R–Jonesborough) announced today he will be holding two Town Hall events this week to hear from constituents regarding issues of concern to the community and to preview the upcoming legislative session of the General Assembly. The events are free and open…

Representative Pat Marsh Officially Sworn In; Reappointed Chairman Of House Business & Utilities Committee

Representative Pat Marsh Officially Sworn In; Reappointed Chairman Of House Business & Utilities Committee (NASHVILLE) — The House of Representatives officially gaveled into session this week in Nashville, marking the beginning of the 110th General Assembly. As part of the opening day ceremonies, State Representative Pat Marsh (R–Shelbyville) took the oath of office and was officially sworn…

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