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State Rep. Patsy Hazlewood’s Capitol Hill Review

General Assembly confirms new Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Members of the General Assembly confirmed the appointment of Sarah K. Campbell to the Tennessee Supreme Court in a joint session in the House Chamber on Thursday. Sarah K. Campbell most recently served as Tennessee’s Associate Solicitor General and Special Assistant to the Attorney General. In that role,…

State Rep. Patsy Hazlewood’s Capitol Hill Review

 Tennessee General Assembly gavels in for 2022 The 112th General Assembly reconvened this week in Nashville for its second session as Republicans focus on a range of priorities that puts families first, improves education and public safety, strengthens the economy, promotes fiscal responsibility and limited government. The 112th General Assembly adjourned a successful first session on…

Chairman Patsy Hazlewood guides $41.8 billion budget through House

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 11 , 2020 Contact: Jennifer Easton 615-741-5760 jennifer.easton@capitol.tn.gov    State Rep. Patsy Hazlewood, seated, with House Majority Leader William Lamberth, R-Portland, (left) and Assistant Majority Leader Ron Gant, R-Rossville. NASHVILLE, Tenn. —State Rep. Patsy Hazlewood, R-Signal Mountain, this week signed her first budget bill as newly appointed chairman of the House Finance, Ways, and Means Committee…

State Representative Patsy Hazlewood’s Weekly Wrap

Republican-Led Initiative To Expand Access To Vocational & Technical Training Passes House On Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed House Bill 949, also known as the GIVE Act, to expand access to vocational and technical training for Tennessee students by a 92-0 vote. One of Governor Lee’s first initiatives, this legislation is a two-pronged approach that utilizes…

State Representative Patsy Hazlewood’s Weekly Wrap

Republican-Led Initiative To Secure Our Tennessee Schools Passes House This week, Republican lawmakers passed House Bill 947, which will help secure our Tennessee schools and provide additional safety resources to protect our future leaders. The initiative proposes a $30 million investment for the school safety grant fund and additional changes to existing law to prioritize the distribution…

State Representative Patsy Hazlewood’s Weekly Wrap

House Republicans Focus On Education  This week, House Republicans continued their commitment to Tennessee’s future leaders so they are better prepared for success. This commitment includes an $11.3 billion total investment for Fiscal Year 2019-2020. Additionally, $6.5 billion will directly benefit K-12 education in our public schools. Our K-12 investment allocates $71 million in teacher…

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