February 25, 2022 Legislative Update

This week's headlines include funding for K-12 public schools, computer science education, fentanyl test-strips, crash cushions, and more.

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February 17, 2022 Legislative Update

This week's headlines include materials in school libraries, COVID-19 vaccine exemption, school funding, and ranked-choice voting.

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February 11, 2022 Legislative Update

This week's headlines include human trafficking training for school employees, ranked-choice voting, school board member pay, and more.

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Sen. Kerry Roberts, State Rep. Michael G. Curcio and State Rep. Mary Littleton introduce Joe Clyde Daniels Act at press conference

State Sen. Kerry Roberts, (R-Springfield), State Rep. Michael G. Curcio, (R–Dickson), and State Rep. Mary Littleton, (R-Dickson) announced SB 2223, which makes it more difficult for a convicted murderer to be granted parole if they do not reveal the location of their victim’s remains.

 

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February 4, 2022 Legislative Update

This week's headlines include the State of the State, economic recovery, a Tennessee Supreme Court nominee, and more.

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January 21, 2022 Legislative Update

This week's headlines include redistricting maps, waterways and barges, truck driver shortages, and more.

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January 14, 2022 Legislative Update

This update covers redistricting maps, revenues, highway safety, and more.

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2022 Legislative Session Preview

This preview of the 112th General Assembly includes the state budget, tax relief, education funding, redistricting, access to quality healthcare and mental health services, labor shortages, and more.

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Media Advisory: Details for 100-mile ride for flood victims

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Senator Roberts announces details for 100-mile bicycle ride this Sunday to raise money and awareness for victims of flooding in Humphreys County

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 26, 2021
CONTACT:  Darlene Schlicher 615-741-5336

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – State Senator Kerry Roberts (R-Springfield) announced today the final details for his 100-mile bicycle ride to raise money and awareness for victims of the deadly August flooding in Humphreys County. His ride will begin at the Robertson County Courthouse and end at the Humphreys County Courthouse in time for Halloween in Downtown Waverly.

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Senator Roberts calls for a Special Session

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT:  Molly Gormley (615) 741-8760

Nashville, Tennessee (September 15, 2021) - On Tuesday, State Senator Kerry Roberts (R-Springfield) sent a letter to Lt. Governor Randy McNally requesting a special session take place of the Tennessee General Assembly. Roberts' letter explains that numerous constituents have reached out requesting a special session.

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