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Rock Castle approved for $7.3 million preservation project

Improvements will elevate mansion as a historical and cultural center NASHVILLE, Tenn.  - The Sumner County’s legislative delegation today announced $7.3 million has been approved by the Tennessee General Assembly for renovations and enhancements to Rock Castle State Historic Site in Hendersonville. The 230-year-old stone mansion was built by General Daniel Smith, an American Revolutionary War hero…

Majority Leader William Lamberth’s Capitol Hill Review

The General Assembly approves constitutional carry House Republicans this week passed historic legislation restoring Tennesseans’ constitutional right to self-defense. House Bill 786 removes encroachments on law-abiding citizens who wish to exercise their Second Amendment right to carry a handgun while increasing penalties for criminals who steal guns or possess them illegally. Tennesseans who are at least…

Majority Leader William Lamberth urges Congress to make court packing unconstitutional

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – House Majority Leader William Lamberth, R-Portland, today announced he filed HJR0065, a resolution urging Congress to amend the U.S. Constitution to ensure the U.S. Supreme Court remains composed of nine members. Lamberth joins a growing coalition of bipartisan leaders and former state attorney generals from across the nation seeking to preserve the independence…

Leader Lamberth’s Statement On Chief Of Staff, Cade Cothren’s Resignation

“I am incredibly shocked and disappointed to learn of these allegations of inappropriate behavior involving the Speaker’s Chief of Staff, Cade Cothren, and I agree with his decision to resign immediately," said House Majority Leader William Lamberth. "These allegations are grave and serious; I do not condone these actions, and they will not be tolerated.”

DIDD Commissioner Turner, Leader Lamberth Visit Habilitation and Training Services, Inc.

(GALLATIN, Tenn.) — House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) recently joined with Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) Commissioner Brad Turner to visit Habilitation and Training Services, Inc. (H.A.T.S.) in Gallatin, Tennessee. The tour gave Leader Lamberth and Commissioner Turner the opportunity to meet many of the people impacted by H.A.T.S. and to learn more…

House Majority Leader William Lamberth Applauds Education Committee On Passage Of Education Savings Account Bill

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) – House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) applauded the House Education Committee for passing House Bill 939, also known as the Education Savings Account Bill, which creates new opportunities for students who reside in areas with a substantial number of low performing schools. This legislation establishes Tennessee’s education savings account program and will provide…

Leader Lamberth & House Leadership Partner With Governor Lee To Implement Comprehensive Education Plan

Over the last several years, Republican lawmakers have invested $1.3 billion in new education dollars. As a result, our students are the fastest improving in the entire nation across math, reading, and science, and last year, we achieved the best high school graduation rates ever — 89.1 percent. This year, House Leadership is partnering with Governor…

House Majority Leader William Lamberth Supports Governor Lee’s Comprehensive Education Plan

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, members of House and Senate leadership including House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) applauded Governor Bill Lee's School Choice Agenda and comprehensive education plan as key initiatives advanced through House and Senate committees. These initiatives are designed to create new education opportunities through Education Savings Accounts and successful Charter Schools. They are part…

House Majority Leader William Lamberth Supports $304,000 Broadband Grant For Sumner County

(NASHVILLE) — Tennessee House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) today announced he has helped secure a $304,763 Broadband Accessibility Grant for North Central Communications to expand broadband access in Sumner County. The grant will support broadband deployment to 173 homes in the north portion of the county and will cover a portion of the $609,526 project…

Majority Leader Lamberth Calls For More Government Transparency And Open Records Accessibility

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) today is calling for greater government transparency that will further serve to protect all records custodians, while expanding public availability of open records through increased online access. “I am calling on both state departments and local governments to evaluate all records that may be placed online and…

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