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State Rep. John Holsclaw’s Capitol Hill Review

Tennessee State Constitution transferred to a new home Tennessee’s founding documents were transported to the new Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) with much fanfare and a parade in Nashville this week. Secretary of State  Tre Hargett led the procession escorted by the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), THP Honor Guard and Tennessee National Guard color guard…

State Rep. John Holsclaw’s Capitol Hill Review

House passes $39.8 billion budget before recessing until June 1 Because of the unprecedented circumstances involving the current COVID-19 health pandemic, members of the House of Representatives this week limited all official business to fulfilling its constitutional requirements of passing a balanced budget and any associated actions that keep the state’s doors open in the…

State Rep. John Holsclaw’s Capitol Hill Review

 Governor’s Initiatives Begin Journey Through House This week in Nashville, almost three dozen administration bills began making their way through the House chamber. These initiatives build upon Tennessee’s recent momentum and are key components of Gov. Bill Lee’s agenda for the 2020 legislative year. Some of them include: House Bill 2223: Clarifies the Department of Agriculture…

State Rep. John Holsclaw’s Capitol Hill Review

General Assembly Honors Bradley County Veteran John Simmons Members of the Tennessee House of Representatives this week approved a measure honoring Bradley County veteran John Simmons for his extraordinary contributions to Tennessee’s veterans and our nation. House Bill 1652 passed unanimously in the House chamber Monday evening. It designates the entry driveway at the new Bradley…

State Rep. John Holsclaw’s Capitol Hill Review

Legislation Declaring Tennessee The “Volunteer State” Moves Forward Legislation officially designating the state of Tennessee as the “Volunteer State” is moving forward in the Tennessee General Assembly. House Bill 1562 designates the “Volunteer State” as the official nickname of Tennessee. While Tennessee has held this distinction since 1812, it is not currently documented in state law. The…

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