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State Rep. Esther Helton-Haynes’ Capitol Hill Review


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Gov. Bill Lee inaugurated for second term Gov. Bill Lee highlighted Republican accomplishments and upcoming priorities during his second inaugural address delivered at Legislative Plaza in Nashville on Saturday, Jan. 21. In his speech, Tennessee’s 50th governor mentioned the need for a transportation and energy strategy that is designed for one of the fastest-growing states…

State Rep. Scott Cepicky’s Capitol Hill Review


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Gov. Bill Lee inaugurated for second term Gov. Bill Lee highlighted Republican accomplishments and upcoming priorities during his second inaugural address delivered at Legislative Plaza in Nashville on Saturday, Jan. 21. In his speech, Tennessee’s 50th governor mentioned the need for a transportation and energy strategy that is designed for one of the fastest-growing states…

Rep. Rusty Grills named chair of House Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton, R-Crossville, has appointed State Rep. Rusty Grills, R-Newbern, as chairman of the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee for the 113th General Assembly. “Rusty Grills has done an outstanding job serving his community and our state in his short time here in the Tennessee General Assembly,” said…

Rep. Gary Hicks named chair of Finance, Ways, & Means Subcommittee


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. –House Speaker Cameron Sexton, R-Crossville, has reappointed State Rep. Gary Hicks, R-Rogersville, to chair the House Finance, Ways, & Means Subcommittee for the 113h General Assembly. Hicks will be serving his third term leading the committee which oversees all state revenues and appropriations. “Gary Hicks is an effective and strong conservative leader, and…

Rep. Bryan Terry Named Chairman of House Health Committee


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State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD, R-Murfreesboro, has been appointed by House Speaker Cameron Sexton, R-Crossville, to serve as chairman of the House Health Committee for the 113th General Assembly which convened Jan. 10. “It’s truly an honor to serve as the representative for District 48 and it’s a privilege serving as a chairman,” Terry said. …

Terry Talk: Rep. Bryan Terry Talks with Commissioner Jonathan Beverly


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Commissioner Jonathan Beverly is a newly elected Rutherford County commissioner and took the time to have a conversation with Tennessee District 48 State Representative Bryan Terry, MD.  Terry: Congratulations on becoming a County Commissioner for Rutherford County. I appreciate you taking the time for a Terry Talk and helping our community get to know you…

State Rep. Bryan Terry sees changes to third grade literacy law


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With the Tennessee General Assembly set to reconvene next month, State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD, (R-Murfreesboro) believes that the Tennessee Learning Loss Remediation and Student Acceleration Act, commonly known as the third-grade retention law, will likely be a topic of discussion with possible changes forthcoming. “Ensuring that our students can read proficiently…

State Rep. Bryan Terry highlights education report cards


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - In an effort to help local families and community members better understand state report card results for Rutherford County Schools and Murfreesboro City Schools, State Rep. Bryan Terry on Monday provided a snapshot of the results recently released by the Tennessee Department of Education. The state report card provides families and other stakeholders…

Terry Talk with Rutherford County Administrator of Elections Alan Farley


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State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD, R-Murfreesboro, was recently re-elected to his fifth term as state representative for District 48.  Representing the eastern half of Rutherford County including Murfreesboro, Lascassas, Milton, Christiana, Walter Hill and MTSU, Rep. Terry has been providing community updates including his Legislative Checkup and Terry Talks on video and through social media on…

State Rep. Bryan Terry wins decisive re-election to the Tennessee House of Representatives


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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD, R-Murfreesboro, was overwhelmingly re-elected Tuesday to serve as the voice of the 48th District in the Tennessee House of Representatives.  Terry received 11,560 votes during the state’s general election on Nov. 8, according to the Rutherford County Election Commission. He defeated Democrat Matt Ferry who received 5,667 votes. The…

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