(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — State Representative Chris Todd (R-Jackson) has officially passed his first bill as a member of the Tennessee General Assembly and the House Republican Caucus.
House Bill 104 repeals a law that will close some small businesses this year. The law put requirements on boutique ultrasound studios that the State doesn’t even require for medical settings.
“The success of small businesses in our State is critically important to me,” said Chairman Todd. “I am proud to successfully sponsor passage of House Bill 104, and I encourage the Senate to act quickly on this initiative.”
Chairman Todd has also been asked by Governor Lee and the House leadership team to serve as co-prime sponsor of House Bill 937 during the 2019 legislative session.
As part of the Governor’s legislative agenda, this bill increases supplemental wages for those who protect and serve our communities, and those who are called upon to respond during fires and other emergencies after they complete 40 hours of in-service training.
For more information about House Bill 937, please click here.
Chris Todd serves as Freshman Leader for the 111th Tennessee General Assembly. He is also Vice-Chair of the House Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee, a member of the House State Government Committee, and a member of both the House Agriculture & Natural Resources and House Corrections Subcommittees. Todd lives in Madison County and represents Tennessee House District 73, which includes most of Madison County.