Under existing law, state agencies and other public entities are not specifically prohibited from contracting with an individual or business that hires an unauthorized alien
This bill would require individuals and businesses that contract with the state to certify, as a condition to the contract, that the contractor will not knowingly employ any unauthorized alien in the performance of the contract and would provide that a contractor making the certification who subsequently hires or contracts with an unauthorized alien with actual knowledge that the person is an unauthorized alien is subject to a civil penalty
To require certain contractors that contract with the state to certify as a condition to the contract that they will not hire unauthorized aliens; and to provide that certain violations shall result in the payment of a civil penalty equal to three percent of the contract value.
|April 14, 2010||Pending third reading on day 8 Favorable from Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability with 1 amendment|
|April 14, 2010||Indefinitely Postponed|
|February 2, 2010||Read for the second time and placed on the calendar 1 amendment|
|January 12, 2010||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability|
|Bill Text||SB40 Alabama 2010 Session - Introduced|