Action List

News and Information on Actions of the Tennessee General Assembly

(Updated January 14, 2015)


These are bills that the Tennessee Bar Association has a direct interest in. This means it has either initiated the legislation, taken a position on the bill or has a policy on the issue.


To track a bill's status between updates, visit the General Assembly's web site. There you can track each bill by its number and also find contact information on each senator and representative.


Alcoholic Beverages - 3

SB18 Eagleville - serving of alcoholic beverages and wine on premises.
CategoryAlcoholic Beverages
SponsorsSen. Bill Ketron
DescriptionAuthorizes any establishment in Eagleville that is licensed to serve beer to also serve alcoholic beverages and wine for consumption on premises with a premier type tourist resort license.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House StatusNone
HB11 Time frame for sale of wine in retail food stores.
CategoryAlcoholic Beverages
SponsorsRep. Bo Mitchell
DescriptionShortens the timeframe by one year for the implementation of certain provisions governing the sale of wine in retail food stores.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
HB27 Definition of beer.
CategoryAlcoholic Beverages
SponsorsRep. Bill Sanderson
DescriptionChanges the effective date for the redefining of beer from not more than five percent to not more than eight percent alcohol from January 1, 2017, to July 1, 2015.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Campaigns & Lobbying - 2

SJR20 Joint committee to count and compare vote in 2014 election for governor.
CategoryCampaigns & Lobbying
SponsorsSen. Mark S. Norris
DescriptionProvides for a joint committee of the House of Representatives and the Senate to count and compare the vote in the November 2014 general election for governor.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Senate adopted.
House Status01/13/2015 - House concurred.
Executive Status01/13/2015 - Sent to the speakers for signatures.
HB9 Mass mailing with state funds prior to an election.
CategoryCampaigns & Lobbying
SponsorsRep. Gerald McCormick
DescriptionIncreases from 30 days to 90 days the time period during which a legislator is prohibited from using state funds to pay for mass mailings before an election in which the legislator's name appears on the ballot.
Senate StatusNone
House Status12/29/2014 - Filed for Introduction

 

Commercial Law - 1

SB14 Exempts certain 501(a) organizations from solicitation requirements.
CategoryCommercial Law
SponsorsSen. Mae Beavers
DescriptionExempts 501(a) organizations that do not fall under the 501(c)(3) category from solicitation registration requirements provided in TCA Title 48, Chapter 101, Part 5.
Senate Status01/07/2015 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone

 

Construction - 1

HB24 Go Build Tennessee Act.
CategoryConstruction
SponsorsRep. Ryan Williams
DescriptionEstablishes the Go Build Tennessee Program, to be administered by a designated corporation, for the purpose of securing funding to promote and foster the development of a statewide program designed to increase career opportunities for secondary and post-secondary students in the construction industry. Provides that the program shall be funded by a Go Build Account within the board of licensing contractors, and the corporation shall have access to the funding for the purpose of performing its duties set forth in this act.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction

 

Criminal Law - 1

SB16 Addition of TBI agents - training regarding human trafficking.
CategoryCriminal Law
SponsorsSen. Bill Ketron
DescriptionAuthorizes TBI to employ four additional special agents for the purpose of training other officers and government officials who are directly involved with human trafficking, including the investigation and intake of human trafficking complaints. Directs TBI to develop and provide a course of instruction to other officers and departments in the recognition, detection, and prosecution of human trafficking cases and requires TBI to have the course implemented by January 1, 2016.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House StatusNone

 

Education - 12

SB4 Tennessee standards commission for education.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Dolores R. Gresham
DescriptionEstablishes the Tennessee Standards Commission for the purpose of recommending curriculum standards to the state board of education (the board) for adoption. Outlines the requirements for the appointment of members, such as requiring appointments from each grand division of the state, the term limits of the members and their confirmation, which must done through joint resolution of the general assembly. Establishes the criteria that must be considered by the commission for the recommendation of standards. Provides that the proposed standards shall be posted for public review prior to being adopted by the board. As soon as practicable after the initial meeting, the commission is required to recommend changes to the English language arts and mathematics standards in use during the 2014-2015 school year, and shall strive to limit the number of high stakes assessments administered. Further provides that the commission shall make recommendations to the board regarding advanced placements (AP) courses. The board or the department of education is required to cancel any memorandum of understanding with regards to Common Core standards entered into with the National Governor's Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Senate Status11/17/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
SB5 / HB3 Volunteer state standards for K-12 education.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Jim Tracy / Rep. John Forgety
DescriptionEstablishes the volunteer state standards. Requires the state board of education to adopt new educational standards for grades K-12 before July 1, 2016. Requires the state board to recruit and select Tennessee public school teachers and faculty from higher education institutions to propose new state educational standards for English and Mathematics. Establishes that the standards review and development committee and advisory teams be comprised of Tennessee teachers, higher education faculty members, and parents of school children. Requires the state board to report its finding before the education committees of the house and senate for review before March 31, 2016.
Senate Status11/24/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House Status11/17/2014 - Filed for Introduction
SB7 / HB6 Deadline for Basic Education Program funding.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Becky Duncan Massey / Rep. Harry Brooks
DescriptionRequires the fiscal capacity of each LEA, for the purposes of allocating BEP funding, to be determined by May 1 of the preceding school year. Prohibits the changing or revising of the fiscal capacity once the LEA has determined it.
Senate StatusNone
House Status12/05/2014 - Filed for Introduction
SB8 / HB5 Teacher reemployment after retirement.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Becky Duncan Massey / Rep. Harry Brooks
DescriptionCreates an exception permitting a retired high school teacher, whose license has lapsed, to teach for one year without loss of retirement benefits if: 1) the teacher was previously licensed as a high school teacher, 2) the LEA allowed the member's professional license to lapse, and 3) the teacher teaches a subject in which the teacher was licensed. Requires the teacher to meet all other statutory conditions for reemployment as a teacher after retirement. Requires the teacher to renew the member's professional license or certificate if the teacher seeks any additional years after the one year appointment period.
Senate Status12/17/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House Status12/05/2014 - Filed for Introduction
SB10 / HB10 U.S. citizenship test requirement for high school graduation.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Mike Bell / Rep. Gerald McCormick
DescriptionRequires that students pass the United States citizenship and immigration services' civics test with a score of at least 60 percent in order to receive a regular high school diploma.
Senate Status01/02/2015 - Filed for Introduction
House Status12/29/2014 - Filed for Introduction
SB27 Individualized Education Act.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Dolores R. Gresham
DescriptionState Summary - As introduced, enacts the "Individualized Education Act." - Amends TCA Title 49.
Senate Status01/14/2015 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
SJR14 State board of education appointment - Wendy Tucker.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsSen. Jack Johnson
DescriptionConfirms the appointment of Wendy Tucker of Nashville to the state board of education.
Senate Status01/12/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House StatusNone
HB4 Extended repeal date for the Virtual Schools Act.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsRep. Harry Brooks
DescriptionExtends the date of repeal for the Virtual Schools Act from June 30, 2015, to June 30, 2019.
Senate StatusNone
House Status12/05/2014 - Filed for Introduction
HB23 Revocation of licenses and certificates for misconduct.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsRep. John Forgety
DescriptionGives the state board of education the authority to make policies concerning the revocation of licenses and certificates for misconduct.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsRep. Bill Dunn
DescriptionState Summary - As introduced, permits an LEA that offers a voluntary prekindergarten program to elect to offer the program either in the school year or in the summer. - Amends TCA Title 49.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
CategoryEducation
SponsorsRep. Bill Dunn
DescriptionState Summary - As introduced, removes the requirement that grading policies of local boards of education must include student scores in a TCAP subject area as part of the student's grade in that subject area; permits a local board to have such policy if it so desires. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1; Title 49, Chapter 2 and Title 49, Chapter 6.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
HB37 Prohibited restraints in special education services.
CategoryEducation
SponsorsRep. Bill Dunn
DescriptionState Summary - As introduced, clarifies that the use of prone restraint is prohibited in regard to students receiving special education services; defines prone restraint. - Amends TCA Section 49-10-1305.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Family Law - 3

HB13 DHS - food stamps work requirement waiver.
CategoryFamily Law
SponsorsRep. Sheila Butt
DescriptionProhibits the department of human services from seeking, applying for, accepting, or renewing a waiver from the work requirements of the food stamp program under federal law.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/12/2015 - Filed for Introduction
HB14 Third party presence for a DCS child interview at school.
CategoryFamily Law
SponsorsRep. Sheila Butt
DescriptionRequires that in the course of an investigation regarding child abuse, any interview of a child by the department of children's services must be done in the presence of a third party. If the school employs a school resource officer, then that officer shall be present; otherwise either a school counselor, school nurse, or other faculty member shall be present.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/12/2015 - Filed for Introduction
HB15 DCS - notifying law enforcement agency.
CategoryFamily Law
SponsorsRep. Sheila Butt
DescriptionRequires the Department of Children's Services to immediately notify the proper jurisdictional law enforcement agency, when it is reasonably foreseeable, that an investigation by the department will likely result in a criminal prosecution. Requires the notification to include a statement that the department will fully cooperate with the law enforcement agency and district attorney general.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Government Organization - 2

SJR18 Joint convention to fulfill ethics course requirement for general assembly.
CategoryGovernment Organization
SponsorsSen. Mark S. Norris
DescriptionCalls a joint convention of the Senate and the House of Representatives for the purpose of fulfilling the ethics course requirement for members of the general assembly pursuant.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Senate adopted.
House StatusNone
SJR19 Joint convention to elect comptroller and state treasurer.
CategoryGovernment Organization
SponsorsSen. Mark S. Norris
DescriptionCalls a joint convention of the House of Representatives and the Senate for the purpose of electing a comptroller and a state treasurer.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Senate adopted.
House Status01/13/2015 - House concurred.
Executive Status01/13/2015 - Sent to the speakers for signatures.

 

Government Regulation - 5

SB6 Racial Profiling Prevention Act.
CategoryGovernment Regulation
SponsorsSen. Brian K. Kelsey
DescriptionEnacts the "Racial Profiling Prevention Act". Requires each state and local law enforcement agency to adopt, on or before January 1, 2016, a written policy that prohibits racial profiling.
Senate Status12/11/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
SB24 Climbing walls are not amusement devices.
CategoryGovernment Regulation
SponsorsSen. Jack Johnson
DescriptionSpecifies that climbing walls used for sport and fitness training are not considered "amusement devices" and are not subject to regulation by the department of labor and workforce development.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
SJR2 Urges proposal of the Regulation Freedom Amendment.
CategoryGovernment Regulation
SponsorsSen. Mark S. Norris
DescriptionUrges the United States Congress to propose the "Regulation Freedom Amendment", which would require that when one quarter of the members of the United States House of Representatives or Senate oppose a proposed federal regulation, it shall require a majority vote in both houses to be adopted.
Senate Status11/25/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
HB7 Requesting additional information from fiscal review committee.
CategoryGovernment Regulation
SponsorsRep. Glen Casada
DescriptionAllows any general assembly member or committee to request all supporting documentation used in determining the fiscal effect of a bill, resolution, or amendment. Allows any member of the general assembly or committee to request that the executive director of the fiscal review committee be present at any meeting to provide an explanation regarding a fiscal note.
Senate StatusNone
House Status12/09/2014 - Filed for Introduction
HB12 Prohibiting commissioners from accepting certain types of employment.
CategoryGovernment Regulation
SponsorsRep. Bo Mitchell
DescriptionProhibits a commissioner or deputy commissioner, during the 12 month period immediately following their departure from departmental service, from seeking or accepting employment with any private business entity that contracted with the department during the commissioner's or deputy commissioner's tenure of service. Creates a penalty, not to exceed $10,000, for knowingly violating the restriction. Allows the Tennessee ethics commission to seek injunctive relief against a commissioner for violation of the restriction.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Health Care - 6

SB13 Informed consent for abortions.
CategoryHealth Care
SponsorsSen. Mae Beavers
DescriptionRevives and reenacts the informed consent statute for abortion that was in effect prior to Planned Parenthood of Middle Tennessee, et al. v. Sundquist. Sets forth the criteria for truly informed consent that must be satisfied before an abortion can be performed.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
SB17 Services for people with intellectual disabilities.
CategoryHealth Care
SponsorsSen. Bill Ketron
DescriptionRequires that persons with intellectual disabilities on the waiting list for services be enrolled in the self-determination waiver within six months when their custodial parent or custodial caregiver attain the age of 75.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House StatusNone
SB21 Exception to prohibition against opioids and benzodiazephines.
CategoryHealth Care
SponsorsSen. Mae Beavers
DescriptionCreates an exception to the prohibition against prescribing opioids or benzodiazepines in quantities greater than a 30-day supply, but not more than a 90 day supply, if certain conditions are met.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
SB26 / HB16 Closed meetings and records involving certain hospitals.
CategoryHealth Care
SponsorsSen. Todd Gardenhire / Rep. Mike Carter
DescriptionDeletes statute that allows certain hospitals to have closed meetings and confidential records regarding the discussion and development of marketing strategies and strategic plans, including feasibility studies.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
HB2 Required ultrasound prior to abortion.
CategoryHealth Care
SponsorsRep. Rick Womick
DescriptionRequires an ultrasound be performed not more than 72 hours and not less than 24 hours before the performance of an abortion. Requires the healthcare practitioner to verbally offer the pregnant woman an opportunity to view the ultrasound image and receive a printed copy. If the woman declines, the healthcare practitioner must provide: 1) a verbal explanation of the results, 2) a copy of the ultrasound image to the woman, and 3) an audible real-time heart beat for the woman to hear. Prohibits a provider from accepting any form of payment, deposit, or exchange or make any financial agreement for an abortion or abortion related services other than for payment of the ultrasound. Creates an exception for the ultrasound requirement where there is a medical emergency.
Senate StatusNone
House Status11/13/2014 - Filed for Introduction
HB25 Physical therapy- adding dry needling to scope of practice.
CategoryHealth Care
SponsorsRep. Ryan Williams
DescriptionAdds dry needling to the scope of practice for physical therapists.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Insurance Health - 1

HB18 Copayments - primary care services rendered by physician's assistant.
CategoryInsurance Health
SponsorsRep. David Shepard
DescriptionProhibits a health insurance entity from charging a covered person a greater copayment or coinsurance amount for primary care services rendered during an office visit to a physician assistant than those charged for primary care services rendered during an office visit to a licensed physician.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Judiciary - 5

SB1 Appellate court judges - appointment process.
CategoryJudiciary
SponsorsSen. Brian K. Kelsey
DescriptionEstablishes the procedure for the appointment, confirmation and retention of appellate court judges pursuant to Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Tennessee. Provides that appellate judges shall be appointed by the governor and confirmed by the general assembly. Replaces the judicial nomination commission with the judicial confirmation committee, and outlines its organizational structure and duties with regards to the appointment of appellate judges. Establishes that upon receiving a recommendation through a resolution brought by a member of the judicial confirmation committee, both the house of representatives and senate shall vote to confirm or reject the appointee; if either of the two houses votes to reject the appointee, than the appointee is rejected regardless of whether the other houses votes on the question. Outlines the criteria to be followed for an incumbent appellate judge seeking reelection by retention. (15 pp.)
Senate Status11/05/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
SB19 Lump-sum partial payments for court fees and litigation taxes.
CategoryJudiciary
SponsorsSen. Bill Ketron
DescriptionAllows court clerk, subject to approval by a court of competent jurisdiction, to accept a lump-sum partial payment in full settlement for all court costs, fees, and litigation taxes owed and have been in default for over five years. Prohibits the court from approving a settlement unless the amount accepted is equal to or greater than 50 percent of the combined outstanding balance of all fines, costs, and litigation taxes due on the case.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House StatusNone
SB22 Duties of the executive director of the district public defenders.
CategoryJudiciary
SponsorsSen. Mae Beavers
DescriptionRemoves certain existing duties of the executive director of the district public defenders conference.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
SJR17 Constitutional amendment - popular election of attorney general and reporter.
CategoryJudiciary
SponsorsSen. Mae Beavers
DescriptionProposes an amendment to Article VI, Section 5 of the state constitution to provide for popular election of the attorney general and reporter for a regular term of four years.
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House StatusNone
HB22 Disclosure of expunged offenses by applicant prohibited.
CategoryJudiciary
SponsorsRep. Brenda Gilmore
DescriptionProhibits institutions of higher education and employers from asking applicants about expunged offenses. Creates a civil offense against the employer for each separate offense.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.

 

Miscellaneous - 1

HJR1 Memorializes Senator Mildred Jolly Lashlee.
CategoryMiscellaneous
SponsorsRep. Curtis Halford
DescriptionMemorializes former state Senator Mildred Jolly Lashlee of Carrol County.
Senate StatusNone
House Status11/19/2014 - Filed for Introduction

 

Property & Housing - 1

HB29 Eviction notice for certain actions.
CategoryProperty & Housing
SponsorsRep. Bill Sanderson
DescriptionAllows a landlord to provide three days' notice, as sufficient notice of termination of tenancy, for eviction of certain residential tenants if the tenants engage in certain violent activities.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Public Employees - 3

SB12 Mandatory retirement age category for commissioned park rangers.
CategoryPublic Employees
SponsorsSen. Ken Yager
DescriptionIncludes commissioned park rangers in the mandatory retirement age category for purposes of the TCRS, on the condition that their retirement does not violate the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. Includes the commissioner of environment and conservation in the list of individuals who are covered by the mandatory retirement provision but may continue to serve beyond the age requirement for receipt of old age and survivor benefits under Title II of the Social Security Act.
Senate Status01/06/2015 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
SB20 / HB20 Emergency workers- acquiring hepatitis C in the line of duty.
CategoryPublic Employees
SponsorsSen. Bill Ketron / Rep. Curtis G. Johnson
DescriptionAdds hepatitis C to the list of infectious diseases that triggers presumptive disability when an infectious disease is acquired in the line of duty by an emergency worker.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - House companion bill introduced. (H: Johnson C.)
SB25 Notary public- record keeping.
CategoryPublic Employees
SponsorsSen. Brian K. Kelsey
DescriptionProvides that only if a notary public charges a fee for services, must the notary public record, either electronically or in a well-bound book, each of the notary's acts, attestations, protestations, and other instruments of publication. If the notary public does not demand or receive a fee then no recordation is required.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Taxes Business - 1

HB17 Columbia - hotel/motel tax.
CategoryTaxes Business
SponsorsRep. Sheila Butt
DescriptionAuthorizes the city of Columbia to levy a privilege tax upon the privilege of occupancy in any hotel by a two-thirds vote of its governing body.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.

 

Taxes General - 1

SB2 Hall income tax - phases out over three-year period.
CategoryTaxes General
SponsorsSen. Brian K. Kelsey
DescriptionPhases out the Hall income tax over a three year period beginning January 1, 2016, to January 1, 2010 by reducing the tax rate by 2% annually. Prohibits an income tax on dividends from stocks or by way of interest on bonds after January 1, 2018.
Senate Status11/05/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone

 

Taxes Sales - 1

SB3 / HB1 Reduction of sales tax.
CategoryTaxes Sales
SponsorsSen. Mark S. Norris / Rep. Gerald McCormick
DescriptionReduces the state sales and use tax rate on tangible personal property from 7% to 6.75%.
Senate Status11/06/2014 - Filed for Introduction
House Status11/06/2014 - Filed for Introduction

 

Transportation General - 5

SB11 All-terrain vehicles on a portion of state highway in Huntsville.
CategoryTransportation General
SponsorsSen. Ken Yager
DescriptionAuthorizes all-terrain vehicles on a portion of a state highway in the Town of Huntsville in Scott County.
Senate Status01/06/2015 - Filed for Introduction
House StatusNone
SB23 / HB28 Harold Holt Highway.
CategoryTransportation General
SponsorsSen. Ed Jackson / Rep. Bill Sanderson
DescriptionDesignates a segment of State Route 104 in Dyer County as the "Harold Holt Highway."
Senate Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
HB26 Donald Lynn Gilliam Memorial Bridge.
CategoryTransportation General
SponsorsRep. Tim Wirgau
DescriptionNames a bridge on State Route 191 in Benton County in memory of the late Donald Lynn Gilliam.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.
HB30 Bridge named in memory of Michael K. Locke.
CategoryTransportation General
SponsorsRep. Bud Hulsey
DescriptionNames a bridge on State Route 36 in the City of Kingsport in memory of Michael K. Locke.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/14/2015 - Filed for Introduction
HB34 Designates Powell Drive as a scenic highway.
CategoryTransportation General
SponsorsRep. Bill Dunn
DescriptionDesignates Powell Drive in Knox County as a scenic highway.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone

 

Transportation Vehicles - 4

SB9 Specialty earmarked license plate - Germantown Charity Horse Show.
CategoryTransportation Vehicles
SponsorsSen. Brian K. Kelsey
DescriptionAuthorizes the issuance of a new specialty earmarked license plate for the Germantown Charity Horse Show.
Senate StatusNone
House StatusNone
SB15 / HB21 Specialty earmarked license plate - Historic Collierville.
CategoryTransportation Vehicles
SponsorsSen. Mark S. Norris / Rep. Curry Todd
DescriptionAuthorizes the issuance of a new specialty earmarked license plate for Historic Collierville.
Senate Status01/09/2015 - Filed for Introduction
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction
HB8 Class A misdemeanor for obstruction using a train, car, or engine.
CategoryTransportation Vehicles
SponsorsRep. Gerald McCormick
DescriptionEstablishes a Class A misdemeanor, subject only to a fine, for any person who has authority to do so but knowingly fails to move a railroad train, car or engine that remains stationary on, or otherwise obstructs, for longer that ten minutes any road, street, or public way crossed by a railroad track. Exempts members of a train crew, yard crew, or engine crew of a railroad company acting in accordance with the member's scope of employment.
Senate StatusNone
House Status12/29/2014 - Filed for Introduction
HB19 Exemption from seat belt usage - utility workers, meter readers.
CategoryTransportation Vehicles
SponsorsRep. Tilman Goins
DescriptionSpecifies that utility workers and water, gas, and electric meter readers are exempt from wearing seat belts while emerging from and reentering a vehicle at frequent intervals and while the vehicle is operated at less than 40 mph.
Senate StatusNone
House Status01/13/2015 - Filed for Introduction.

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