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  • Introduced
    Feb 01, 2024
  • Passed Senate
    Apr 04, 2024
  • Passed House
    Apr 24, 2024
  • Signed into Law
    May 28, 2024
SB 2926
Tennessee Senate Bill
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Alcoholic Beverage Commission - As introduced, deletes a redundant definition in law relative to intoxicating liquors that defines the commission. - Amends TCA Title 57 and Title 67.
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Senate • May 28, 2024: Signed by Governor.
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  • May 28, 2024 | Senate
    • Signed by Governor.
  • May 16, 2024 | Senate
    • Transmitted to Governor for action.
  • May 15, 2024 | House
    • Signed by H. Speaker
  • May 09, 2024 | Senate
    • Signed by Senate Speaker
  • Apr 29, 2024 | Senate
    • Enrolled and ready for signatures
  • Apr 24, 2024 | House
    • Subst. for comp. HB.
    • Am. withdrawn. (Amendment 1 - HA0848)
    • Passed H., Ayes 82, Nays 9, PNV 6
  • Apr 08, 2024 | House
    • Rcvd. from S., held on H. desk.
  • Apr 04, 2024 | Senate
    • Senate adopted Amendment (Amendment 1 - SA0834)
    • Passed Senate as amended, Ayes 27, Nays 0
    • Engrossed; ready for transmission to House
  • Apr 02, 2024 | Senate
    • Placed on Senate Regular Calendar for 4/4/2024
  • Mar 20, 2024 | Senate
    • Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee Ayes 8, Nays 0 PNV 0
  • Mar 19, 2024 | Senate
    • Action deferred in Senate State and Local Government Committee to 3/20/2024
    • Placed on Senate State and Local Government Committee calendar for 3/20/2024
  • Mar 12, 2024 | Senate
    • Placed on Senate State and Local Government Committee calendar for 3/19/2024
  • Feb 05, 2024 | Senate
    • Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate State and Local Government Committee
  • Feb 01, 2024 | Senate
    • Filed for introduction
    • Introduced, Passed on First Consideration