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F Art Swann (R - TN) JAIL TIME FOR POSSESSION
He has been a key vote in shooting down pro cannabis legislation. He is also on the health committee which is one of the two committees any cannabis legislation has to make it through. He seriously needs education. Fols in his district need to be active in making calls and trying to meet with him to educate.

Holds office State Senate District 2

Biography

Personal:

Born October 17, 1952

Married

Episcopal

Businessman

B.S., University of Tennessee Martin

Maryville High School


Committees:


1st Vice-Chair, Senate Transportation and Safety Committee

Member, Senate Health and Welfare Committee


Community Involvement:


Senate member of 110th General Assembly

House member of the 107th through 110th General Assemblies

Board of Directors, Blount County Community Action Agency

Blount County Chamber of Commerce

Member, Blount County Republican Party Executive Committee

Former Chairman, Blount County Republican Party

Former Vice Chairman, Smoky Mountain Visitors Bureau

Former Member, Tennessee Private Industry Council

Former Vice President, Student Government at University of Tennessee-Martin

Former Blount County Commissioner 1978-1982

Former Director Maryville College Building & Grounds Committee

Former Director Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority

Former Director Maryville - Alcoa Home Builders Association

Former Board of Directors Overlook Mental Health

Position on Marijuana Decriminalization

AGAINST DECRIM

Voted IN FAVOR of stripping Memphis and Nashville ofDecrim. Votes “Aye” on HB0173/SB0173

As enacted, clarifies thatstate law preempts local government enactments with respect to the regulationof and appropriate sanctions for conduct involving drugs and other similarsubstances. 

Contact Art Swann

Email: sen.art.swann@capitol.tn.gov

Web: http://www.capitol.tn.gov/senate/members/s2.html

Phone: 615-741-0981

Address

Cordell Hull Building, Suite 748 425 5th Avenue North

Nashville, TN 37243

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