Tennessee Goes Smoke Free

TENNESSEE GOES SMOKE-FREE IN WORKPLACES AND RESTAURANTS OCTOBER 1st

Learn more about the new law from the Tennessee Department of Health.

On Thursday May 31st the Senate voted 29-2 to concur with the House version of the bill and made history!

Tennessee will officially go smoke-free in most workplaces and all restaurants on October 1, 2007.

Read complete bill text.

SENATE VOTE FOR CONCURRANCE on May 31, 2007

SENATORS VOTING YES

Diane Black, Hendersonville
Tim Burchett, Knoxville
Charlotte Burks, Monterey
Jerry W. Cooper, Morrison
Rusty Crowe, Johnson City
Ward Crutchfield, Chattanooga
Lowe Finney, Jackson
Ophelia Ford, Memphis
Joe M. Haynes, Goodlettsville
Thelma Harper, Nashville
Douglas Henry, Nashville
Roy Herron, Dresden
Doug Jackson, Dickson
Jack Johnson, Brentwood
Bill Ketron, Murfreesboro

Tommy Kilby, Wartburg
Rosalind Kurita, Clarksville
James F. Kyle Jr., Memphis
Beverly Marrero, Memphis
Randy McNally, Oak Ridge
Mark Norris, Collierville
Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, Blountville
Paul Stanley, Memphis
Reginald Tate, Memphis
Jim Tracy, Shelbyville
Bo Watson, Hixson
John Wilder, Mason
Mike Williams, Maynardville
Jamie Woodson, Knoxville

SENATORS VOTING NO

Mae Beavers, Mt. Juliet
Steve Southerland, Morristown

SENATORS NOT VOTNG

Dewayne Bunch, Cleveland

HOUSE VOTE FOR HB1851 on May 31, 2007

REPRESENTATIVES VOTING YES = 84

Joe Armstrong
William Baird
Eddie Bass
Robert Bibb
Stratton Bone
Willie Borchert
Rob Briley
Harry Brooks
Tommie Brown,
Frank Buck
Glen Casada
Curt Cobb
Jim Cobb
Kent Coleman
Jim Coley
Barbara Cooper
Chris Crider
Charles Curtiss
Vince Dean
John DeBerry
Lois DeBerry
Tom DuBois
Bill Dunn
Jimmy Eldridge
Joanne Favors
Dennis Ferguson
Henry Fincher
Craig Fitzhugh
Richard Floyd
Dale Ford
George Fraley
Brenda Gilmore
Delores Gresham
Jim Hackworth
G. A. Hardaway
Micheal Harrison,
Beth Halteman Harwell
David Hawk
Joey Hensley
John Hood
Curtis Johnson
Phillip Johnson

Sherry Jones
Ulysses Jones
Mike Kernell
Ron Lollar
Jon Lundberg
Mark Maddox
Debra Young Maggart
Judd Matheny
Jimmy Matlock
Gerald McCormick
Steve McDaniel
Michael Ray McDonald
Steve McManus
Larry Miller
Richard Montgomery
Gary Moore
Jason Mumpower
Speaker Jimmy Naifeh
Gary Odom
Doug Overbey
Joe Pitts
Mary Pruitt
Randy Rinks
Dennis Roach
Charles Michael Sargent
Johnny Shaw
David Shepard
Janis Baird Sontany
Eric Swafford
John Tidwell
Harry Tindell
Curry Todd
Joe Towns Jr.
Larry Turner
Mike Turner
Nathan Vaughn
Eric Watson
Ben West
Mary Wilder
Kent Williams
John Mark Windle
Eddie Yokley

REPRESENTATIVES VOTING NO = 10

Mike Bell
Bill Harmon
Matthew Hill
Brian Kelsey
John Litz

Susan Lynn
Joe McCord
Frank Niceley
Donna Rowland
Les Winningham

REPRESENTATIVES PRESENT BUT NOT VOTING

Stacey Campfield
Phillip Pinion

SENATE VOTE FOR SB1325 on May 24, 2007

SENATORS VOTING YES

Diane Black, Hendersonville
Tim Burchett, Knoxville
Ward Crutchfield, Chattanooga
Lowe Finney, Jackson
Raymond Finney, Maryville
Ophelia Ford, Memphis
Joe M. Haynes, Goodlettsville
Douglas Henry, Nashville
Roy Herron, Dresden
Doug Jackson, Dickson
Jack Johnson, Brentwood

Bill Ketron, Murfreesboro
Tommy Kilby, Wartburg
Rosalind Kurita, Clarksville
James F. Kyle Jr., Memphis
Beverly Marrero, Memphis
Randy McNally, Oak Ridge
Paul Stanley, Memphis
Reginald Tate, Memphis
Jim Tracy, Shelbyville
Bo Watson, Hixson
Jamie Woodson, Knoxville

SENATORS VOTING NO

Mae Beavers, Mt. Juliet
Charlotte Burks, Monterey
Rusty Crowe, Johnson City

Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, Blountville
Steve Southerland, Morristown

SENATORS NOT VOTING

Dewayne Bunch, Cleveland
Jerry W. Cooper, Morrison
Mark Norris, Collierville
John Wilder, Mason

Mike Williams, Maynardville

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