1. Passed House Bill 0631 that requires local LEAS (Local Education Agencies) to create policies that test for lead levels in Tennessee public schools in drinking water and water that is prepared for children’s food. Already the bill is having an impact for discovering high lead levels in the state that hurt our children. See article on this at the following link: https://www.wbir.com/amp/article/news/local/five-sevier-county-schools-test-positive-for-higher-lead-levels-than-state-allows/51-979e2149-eacc-4a0d-a19c-f873a7545f3f
  2. Passed House Bill 002, the JuJuan Latham Act, that increases the penalty for those found guilty of drive by shootings that ends with the death or bodily arm of a minor. Read more about this bill here: https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/politics/2019/06/03/tennessee-jajuan-latham-act-drive-shooting-penalties/1333697001/
  3. Passed House Joint Resolution 001 which recognizes the crisis of teenage suicide in Tennessee. Read more about the bill here: https://www.wvlt.tv/content/news/504499861.html
  4. Passed House Bill 2169 that designates August 18 in Tennessee as Febb Burn Day that honors the women’s suffrage movement. Read more about the bill here: https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/2018/02/28/knoxville-tn-women-suffrage-febb-burn/378052002/
  5. Passed House Bill 001 that allows taxes sports betting and allows for 15% of tax collections to go to local governments for road and infrastructure improvements.
  6. Sponsored Burlington mural recognizing the past, present, and future of Burlington in East Knoxville. Helped bring $187,000 from the state for Burlington road and sidewalk improvements.
  7. Bridge naming for victims of 2014 school bus crash. Read more here: https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/education/2019/07/25/knox-county-2014-school-bus-crash-victims-honored-bridge-naming-zykia-burns-seraya-bubbles-glaspe/1824963001/