Tennessee - 2022 Legislation

tennessee.jpg

Convenes: January 11, 2022
Adjourns: April 29, 2022


HB1686

SYNOPSIS: Health Care - As introduced, establishes a respite care pilot program for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's and related dementia.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/11, Referred to Health Committee 1/13, Assigned to Health Subcommittee 1/18, Placed on Health Subcommittee for 2/22, Placed on Health Committee calendar for 3/9,Placed Government Operations Committee Calendar for 3/21, Rec for pass; Referred to Finance, Ways and Means Committee 3/21

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

View the Bill Here


SB432

SYNOPSIS: Elder Abuse - As introduced, authorizes electronic transmission of the copy of a judgment of conviction of a person for committing certain offenses of abuse of an elderly or vulnerable adult that is required to be sent to the department of health by clerks of the court. - Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 15, Part 5.

STATUS: Placed on Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Committee calendar for 1/11, Action deferred in Senate Finance, Ways & Means Committee to 1/25. Referred to Health Committee 1/13, Assigned to Health Subcommittee 1/18, Placed on Health Subcommittee for 2/22

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

View the Bill Here


SB1749

SYNOPSIS: Establishes a respite care pilot program for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's and related dementia. - Amends TCA Title 4 and Title 7.

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/12, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

View the Bill Here


SB1701

SYNOPSIS:As introduced, extends the consumer advocate division in the office of the attorney general and reporter to July 1, 2023. Referred to Government Operations Committee 1/13

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/11, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration, Referred to Government Operations Committee 1/13, Placed on Senate Government Operations Committee calendar for 3/23, 3/23 Recommended for passage with amendment, Referred to Senate calendar 9-0

AmSA POSITION: Support

View the Bill Here


HB1782

SYNOPSIS: As introduced, extends the consumer advocate division in the office of the attorney general and reporter to July 1, 2023. - Amends TCA Title 4, Chapter 29 and Title 65

STATUS: Filed for Introduction 1/18, Introduction 1/20, Referred to Government Operations Committee 1/24, Placed on calendar for Government operations Committee for 3/28

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

View the Bill Here


SB1749

SYNOPSIS: Establishes a respite care pilot program for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's and related dementia. - Amends TCA Title 4 and Title 7

STATUS: Filed for introduction 1/12, Introduced, Passed on First Consideration, Referred to Health and Welfare Committee 1/19, Place on Health And Welfare Calendar for 2/23

AmSA POSITION: Referred to AmSA study committee.

View the Bill Here

connect

get updates