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Bill Haslam's Voting Records

Office: Governor (TN), Republican
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Executive Actions

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
May 22, 2014 SB 2580 Authorizes the Use of Certain Execution Methods Signed - Executive
Sign
May 22, 2014 SB 2178 Classifies Retail Vandalism as a Felony Offense Vetoed - Executive
Veto
May 14, 2014 HB 1574 Limits Amount of Pseudoephedrine an Individual Can Purchase Signed - Executive
Sign
April 30, 2014 HB 702 Increases the Appeal Time Period for Establishing Charter Schools Signed - Executive
Sign
April 22, 2014 SB 2115 Authorizes In-State Tuition for Certain Students Signed - Executive
Sign
April 14, 2014 HB 937 Prohibits Medicaid Expansion Signed - Executive
Sign
March 20, 2014 SB 837 Authorizes the Sale of Wine in Grocery Stores Signed - Executive
Sign
May 13, 2013 SB 1248 Requires Disclosure of Photographic Evidence of Animal Abuse Vetoed - Executive
Veto
April 25, 2013 HB 9 Prohibits Public Disclosure of Concealed Handgun Permit Information Signed - Executive
Sign
April 19, 2013 HB 534 Prohibits Nondiscrimination Policies for College Student Religious Groups Signed - Executive
Sign
April 1, 2013 HB 553 Prohibits War Monuments from Being Renamed Signed - Executive
Sign
March 14, 2013 SB 142 Authorizes Handguns in Parking Areas Signed - Executive
Sign
May 21, 2012 SB 3597 Prohibits Nondiscrimination Policies for College Student Religious Groups Vetoed - Executive
Veto
May 10, 2012 HB 2566 Increases Kindergarten Age Requirements Signed - Executive
Sign
May 10, 2012 SB 3310 Requires Abstinence-Centered Sex Education in Schools Signed - Executive
Sign
May 10, 2012 HB 3517 Expands Definition of Offense Against Fetuses Signed - Executive
Sign
May 10, 2012 HB 3808 Requires Publication of Abortion Statistics Signed - Executive
Sign
March 2, 2012 HB 2638 Prohibits Camping in Non-Designated Areas of Public Property Signed - Executive
Sign
Feb. 9, 2012 SB 1514 State Senate Redistricting Signed - Executive
Sign
Jan. 26, 2012 HB 1555 State House Redistricting Signed - Executive
Sign
Jan. 26, 2012 HB 1558 Congressional Redistricting Signed - Executive
Sign
June 1, 2011 SB 113 Teachers' Unions Negotiations Signed - Executive
Sign
June 1, 2011 SB 1915 Increases Contribution Limits to Campaigns Signed - Executive
Sign
May 30, 2011 SB 16 Voter Identification Requirements Signed - Executive
Sign
May 24, 2011 HB 600 Equal Access to Interstate Commerce Act Signed - Executive
Sign
April 12, 2011 SB 1528 Amends Requirements for Teacher Tenure Signed - Executive
Sign
March 18, 2011 SB 79 Tennessee Health Care Freedom Act Signed - Executive
Sign

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