The NCAA College Basketball Tournament is just around the corner. Representative Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro) has filed House Bill 1033, which has been dubbed the "March Madness and Fantasy Football Freedom Act..."
Representative Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) will be kicking off the Tennessee general election season with a special "Tuesday with Dr. Terry Meet and Greet Town Hall". The event is schedule to be held on Tuesday, September 4th.
Rep. Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro) and Sen. Steve Dickerson (R-Nashville) sponsored legislation this session that is a critical part of the conversation and will go a long way toward improving treatment options.
Over this past week, legislators voted unanimously to support passage of State Representative Bryan Terry's (R-Murfreesboro) initiative designed to help Tennessee attract and retain the best and brightest educators.
Rep. Terry says he is supportive of research and medicinal uses of cannabinoids under the care of medical providers. However, the opioid crisis facing Tennessee is a much larger issue at hand currently.
With Tennessee and the entire United States in the middle of an opioid crisis, State Representative Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) and Senator Steven Dickerson, MD (R-Nashville) are working on new legislation in order to curb unlawful production and distribution of powerful opioids...
Tennessee House Speaker Beth Harwell (R-Nashville) Tuesday appointed State Representative Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) to the Tennessee Maintenance of Certification Task Force.
Despite a no vote from all four State House lawmakers from Rutherford County, Governor Haslam's bill to raise the gas tax passes the lower chamber.
Representative Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) and State Senator Jim Tracy (R-Shelbyville) announced the "Blood, Sweat, and Tears Tuition Act", a measure to allow certain individuals to receive "at-cost" tuition at Tennessee public universities.
Dr. Bryan Terry will again represent the 48th State House District in Nashville.
Rep. Bryan Terry, MD, who prides himself on citizen outreach, is slated to speak to Rutherford County's younger generation at two separate events in the coming weeks.
The National Federation of Independent Business, Tennessee's leading small-business association, has endorsed Representative Bryan Terry, MD in the State House District 48 race. Representative Terry lives in Murfreesboro, TN.
Rep. Bryan Terry, MD was officially endorsed by Tennessee Right to Life (TNRTL) for the 2016 State Representative race for District 48 which is the eastern half of Rutherford County.
Last November, Capt. Robert Canterbury of the Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Department (MFRD) heroically rescued two victims of a motor vehicle accident from their burning vehicle with the use of his tractor and a logging chain.
The Third Annual Empowering Women Event is set for Saturday, April 30 from 10 AM until noon at Sportscom in their meeting room.
State Representative Dr. Bryan Terry is out of the hospital and resting after being admitted with a pulmonary embolism last week.
This past week, the Tennessee General Assembly was officially named the most conservative legislature in the entire country during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.
State Representative Bryan Terry, who represents a portion of Rutherford County, said that a bill by one lawmaker may be revisited that focuses on cannabis research...
State Representative Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro) is co-sponsoring SB2091/HB2239, the Cancer Treatment Fairness Act...
For his work with health care legislation, as well as his dedication to children's issues, Representative Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) was awarded Legislator of the Year by the Tennessee chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics at the annual TNAAP meeting on September 25 in Nashville.
Legislation sponsored by State Representative Bryan Terry (R-Murfreesboro) designed to better support the healthcare needs of military men and women across the state moved forward this week as the House State Government Committee voted unanimously in support of the bill.
A past MTSU poll showed that 64 percent of Tennesseans oppose "allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally." With that information in hand, we recently asked State Representative Dr. Bryan Terry about the marriage laws...
There is currently talk both on the state level and in the federal government to raise the tax on fuel. Right now, Tennesseans pay about 40 cents in tax on every gallon of gas. Diesel cost Tennessee residents 42 cents per gallon.
State Representative Bryan Terry, MD, is looking to get more youth involvement in politics. To do so, he has partnered with students at Central Magnet School to co-sponsor legislation this session.
The House of Representatives officially gaveled into session this week, marking the beginning of the 109th General Assembly in Tennessee.
Dr. Bryan Terry is Native American and an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation.
The National Federation of Independent Business, Tennessee's leading small-business association, has endorsed Dr. Bryan Terry in the 48th District House race.
Bryan Terry, MD confirms GOP leaders for a women’s forum, “Empowering Women to Get Involved at the Local, State and National Levels.”
Dr. Terry, a Republican, stated, “As your state Representative, I’ll support the conservative principles that have made our country great like limited government, fiscal responsibility, individual liberty and personal responsibility.
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