IntroducedJan 26, 2023
Passed SenateMar 16, 2023
Signed into Law
Water Pollution - As introduced, requires the department of environment and conservation to exempt from compensatory mitigation an area equal in size to the area for which mitigation would not be required if the permit applicant qualified for coverage under a general permit, if the only factor that disqualifies an applicant for an aquatic resource alteration permit from having the activities for which a permit is sought covered under a general permit is the size of the area that the permit will apply to. - Amends TCA Title 69, Chapter 3.
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House • Mar 20, 2023: Rcvd. from S., held on H. desk.
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Companion bills: HB 1057
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Comments on SB 629
- Brent Taylorprimary
(R - 31)
- Paul Rosecosponsor
(R - 32)
- Mr. Speaker McNally
- Mar 20, 2023 | House
- Rcvd. from S., held on H. desk.
- Mar 16, 2023 | Senate
- Senate adopted Amendment (Amendment 1 - SA0134)
- Passed Senate as amended, Ayes 27, Nays 6
- Sponsor(s) Added.
- Engrossed; ready for transmission to House
- Mar 14, 2023 | Senate
- Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 3/16/2023
- Mar 08, 2023 | Senate
- Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee Ayes 7, Nays 2 PNV 0
- Mar 01, 2023 | Senate
- Placed on Senate Energy, Ag., and Nat. Resources Committee calendar for 3/8/2023
- Feb 02, 2023 | Senate
- Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Energy, Ag., and Nat. Resources Committee
- Jan 30, 2023 | Senate
- Introduced, Passed on First Consideration
- Jan 26, 2023 | Senate
- Filed for introduction