(NASHVILLE), May 15, 2020 — State Senator John Stevens today announced that three area hospitals are set to receive Rural Hospital Readiness Grants. The grants are made possible by a COVID-19 response appropriation added to the state’s budget. Read More
(NASHVILLE)- Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) said today he is very pleased that three Volunteer Fire Departments in his district have been selected to receive funding through the Volunteer Firefighter Equipment and Training Grant Program. Read More
(NASHVILLE)- Senator John Stevens announced today that four cities will be the recipient of Infrastructure Planning Grant funds as part of the Department of Economic and Community Development’s Rural Economic Opportunity (REO) Fund. Read More
(NASHVILLE)- Senator John Stevens announces that six cities and two counties will be the recipient of major grant funds as part of the Community Development Block Grant program. “This is a very competitive grant program,” said Sen. Stevens. Read More
(NASHVILLE) – During this session of the 111th General Assembly, Senator John Stevens promoted legislation to support Tennessee’s agricultural economy, including tax cuts and licensing requirements for seasonal CDL drivers.
(NASHVILLE)- The 2019 session of the 111th General Assembly has adjourned to become a part of Tennessee history with some of the most important bills of the year approved during the final week of legislative action. Read More
(NASHVILLE), February 22, 2019 — As the 111th General Assembly of the State of Tennessee has quickly gotten underway, Senator John Stevens from the 24th Senate District looks forward to implementing elements of his “Freedom Agenda” into both his proposed legislation as well as his votes in committees and sessions. Read More
(NASHVILLE), January 15, 2019 — State Senator John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) has been reappointed 1st Vice Chairman of the Senate Finance, Ways and Means (FWM) Committee. The announcement was made by Lt. Governor Randy McNally during the General Assembly’s 2019 organizational session, which is scheduled to conclude later this week. Read More