Tenn. Const. art. X, § 2 (emphasis added).
This is the oath that a member of the Tennessee General Assembly is administered before she or he takes office.
You'd think this oath alone (if meant when sworn to or affirmed) would prevent a member of the General Assembly from voting for any bill supporting caps on a citizens's right to damages or a citizen's right to sue a corporation (with a jury). After all, who does the legislature represent, corporations or the people?
Food for thought.