WKRN | Chris Bundgaard | May 26, 2020
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The Tennessee House looked very different Tuesday after more than a two-month recess because of COVID-19.
The representatives picked up where they left off in March with a slew of bills, but this time, hearing them cam with all kinds of precautions.
Some of the House members came back to work Tuesday wearing masks and some did not.
While doing so, dozens of bills were considered during day-long slate of House committees, but at this point there is no indication they will even be heard in the Senate.
Its leaders have said they want to focus on the state budget picture, where steep cuts and use of reserve funds could be needed because of revenue lost due to the COVID-19 business shutdown. To read more, click HERE to be redirected to the full article.