2017 Alabama House Bills

A list of all 2017 Alabama House Bills. Click any bill to read the full text and get the current status.

BillTitleSponsorLast ActionSigned
HB608Insurance, title insurance rating bureau, established, fees, regulation, Secs. 27-13-130, 27-13-131, 27-13-132, 27-13-133, 27-13-134, 27-13-135, 27-13-136 added; Sec. 27-13-2 am'd.Kyle South05/17/2017
HB607Parole, Board of Pardons and Paroles, violations, confinement period for parole violation reduced for time served in holding, Sec. 15-22-32 am'd.Merika Coleman05/16/2017
HB606Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes, redistribution of the payments to dry counties and municipalities under existing law to counties served by TVA, certain increases in liquor tax receipts distributed to dry counties and municipalities, Sec. 40-28-2 am'd.Chris Pringle05/16/2017
HB605Chilton Co., sheriff, compensation further provided, qualifications, Sec. 45-11-230 am'd.Jimmy Martin05/17/2017
HB604Chilton Co., judge of probate, qualifications and salary, further provided forJimmy Martin05/17/2017
HB603Cherokee Co., lodging tax, co. commission authorized to levy, distrib. of proceedsRichard Lindsey05/19/2017Signed
HB601Lauderdale and Colbert Counties, Shoals Economic Development Fund, authorized to be used for workforce training and economic development programs at Univ. of North Alabama, Sec. 45-17-91.23 am'dJohnny Mack Morrow05/19/2017Signed
HB602Safety belts, fine increased for person riding in front seat without seat belts, distribution, Secs. 32-5B-5, 32-5B-8 am'd.Chris Sells05/11/2017
HB600Sales and use tax, fruit or agricultural products, exemption to include sale of products by a person or corporation that either planted or cultivated and harvested, exemption for sale of pine straw, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.David Sessions05/17/2017
HB599Cherokee Co., court costs, increased for law library, operation of law library, duties to district court judge, Sec. 45-10-81 am'd.Richard Lindsey05/19/2017Signed
HB598Calhoun Co., sheriff, booking fee in county jail, collection by clerkRandy Wood05/04/2017
HB597Butler Co., co. commission, staggered terms, Act 2003-467, 2003 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-7-70 am'd.Chris Sells05/19/2017Signed
HB596Macon County Expense allowance for certain elected Macon County officialsPebblin W. Warren05/04/2017
HB595Marshall Co., wastewater systems, privately owned, subject to oversight by Public Service CommissionWill Ainsworth05/19/2017Signed
HB593Walker Co., sheriff authorized to sell certain abandoned, unclaimed, or stolen property and firearms, notice, record keeping requirement, distribution of funds for law enforcement purposesConnie C. Rowe05/19/2017Signed
HB594Montgomery Co., rental tax, co. commission authorized to levy and collect, exemptions, administration and enforcement of rental taxJohn F. Knight Jr05/19/2017Signed
HB592Lamar Co., sales and use tax, levy by co. commission, collection and enforcement, distrib. to county general fund, const. amend.Kyle South05/19/2017Signed
HB590Corrections Dept., correctional officer retention, pilot program for bonuses, expirationMike Jones05/17/2017
HB591Class 4 municipalities, hiring of person convicted of certain crimes, probationary period, Secs. 11-44B-43, 11-44B-44 am'd.Artis McCampbell05/03/2017
HB589St. Florian, corp. limits alt.Lynn Greer05/18/2017
HB588Municipalities, municipal governing body, salary, expense increases, introduced at least 30 day before adoptionDavid Faulkner05/17/2017
HB587House of Representatives, districts redrawn, Sec. 29-1-1.2 repealed; Sec. 29-1-1.2 addedJohn F. Knight Jr05/03/2017
HB586Escambia Co., extradition, tribal fugitive, 21st Jud. Cir. district attorney authorized to extradite to Poarch Band of Creek Indians under certain conditions, procedures, extradition proceedings, confinement in county jail authorizedAlan Baker05/19/2017
HB585Brewton, Development Authority, provisions limiting operations to central business district and industrial park removed, Secs. 45-27A-31, 45-27A-31.01, 45-27A-31.08 am'd.Alan Baker05/19/2017Signed
HB584Education, local superintendent of education and principals, qualifications of provided further, required to teach while serving in positions, additional certification required, Secs. 16-9-2, 16-12-2, 16-23-1, 16-24B-3 am'd.Mike Ball05/02/2017
HB583House of Representatives, districts redrawn, Sec. 29-1-1.2 repealed, Sec. 29-1-1.2 addedJohn F. Knight Jr05/02/2017
HB582Custodial sexual misconduct, crimes further defined, community corrections program, alcohol or drug abuse court referral and treatment program included, Secs. 14-11-30, 14-11-31 am'd.Mack N. Butler05/02/2017
HB581Winston Co., coroner, salary increase, referendumTim Wadsworth05/19/2017Signed
HB579City of Athens, corp. limits alt.Danny Crawford05/19/2017
HB580State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, renamed State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers, State Board of Licensure for Professional Land Surveyors, created, transmitting licensing, transfer of funds provided, Secs. 34-44-1 to 34-44-15, inclusive, 34-44-30 to 34-44-38, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-11-1 to 34-11-9, inclusive, 34-11-11, 34-11-14, 34-11-15, 34-11-16, 34-11-30, 34-11-31, 34-11-35, 34-11-36 am'd.Alan Boothe05/02/2017
HB578Lexington, corp. limits alt.Lynn Greer05/18/2017
HB577Water Resources Act, coordination of plans relating to water allocation required, restrictions of use under certain conditions, award of conservation credits to certain consumers, Alabama Water Security and Conservation Act, Sec. 9-10B-23 repealed; Secs. 9-10B-2, 9-10B-3, 9-10B-20, 9-10B-22, 9-10B-24 am'd.Patricia Todd05/02/2017
HB576Court of the Judiciary, appeals to Supreme Court, legislative approval of Supreme Court decisions, continued service of judge upon filing of complaint with the Judicial Inquiry Comm., auth. const. amend.Arnold Mooney04/27/2017
HB575Parental rights, termination, conviction of father for 1st degree rape of mother resulting in conception, Sec. 12-15-319 am'd.Jack Williams05/17/2017
HB574Economic development, Alabama Jobs Act, incentives continued, cap on outstanding incentives, revised, certain percentage of full-time employees required, Secs. 40-18-370, 40-18-382, 40-18-383 am'd.Alan Baker05/17/2017Signed
HB573Pike Co., ct. costs, add'l in civil and criminal cases in municipal, circuit, and district ct., distrib. to Jail Fund for co. jailAlan Boothe05/11/2017Signed
HB572Pike Co., sales and use tax, co. commission authorized to levy, distrib. to co. general fund for new co. jailAlan Boothe05/11/2017Signed
HB571House of Representatives, districts redrawn, Sec. 29-1-1.2 repealed; Sec. 29-1-1.2 addedRandy Davis05/11/2017Signed
HB570New Markets Development Act, Secs. 41-9-216 to 41-9-219.7, inclusive, repealedPhil Williams04/27/2017
HB569Tallapoosa Co., constable office, abolishedPebblin W. Warren05/19/2017Signed
HB568Local Government Insurance Program, Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound authorized to participate, Sec. 11-91A-2 am'd.Kerry Rich05/17/2017
HB567Residential property, foreclosure, right-of-redemption, time period to redeem further provided for, notice requirement actions, affirmative defense, provided for, time frame for notice requirement actions, further provided for, Sec. 6-5-248 am'd.Kerry Rich05/17/2017
HB566Pickens Co., judge of probate, elections, run for reelection up to age of 75 years, const. amend.Alan Harper04/27/2017
HB564Gasoline and motor fuel tax, county commission authorized to levy up to five cents, referendum, distributed on transportation projectsArnold Mooney04/25/2017
HB565Driving under the influence, ignition interlock provisions, further provided for, required for persons approved for pretrial diversion, ignition interlock fee for municipal court cases distributed to municipality, fee for indigents lowered, Sec. 32-5A-191, 32-5A-191.4 am'd.Arnold Mooney05/17/2017
HB563Colbert Co., revenue commissioner, expense allowance and salary, retroactiveMarcel Black05/19/2017Signed
HB562Muscle Shoals, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorizedMarcel Black05/17/2017Signed
HB561Sheffield, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorizedMarcel Black05/17/2017Signed
HB560Tuscumbia, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorizedMarcel Black05/17/2017Signed
HB559Littleville, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorizedJohnny Mack Morrow05/17/2017Signed
HB558Common Core Curriculum Standards, terminated, prior courses of study to be implemented, Alabama Traditional Education Standards Act, createdBarry Moore04/25/2017
HB556Class 5 municipalities, organized under Act 71, 1977 Reg. Sess. (Phenix City), operation of council manager form of government, further provided, Act 71, 1977 Reg. Sess., am'd.George “Tootie” Bandy05/19/2017Signed
HB557University of North Alabama, Board of Trustees revised to replace State Superintendent of Ed with at-large member, congressional districts amended to reflect current districts, Sec. 16-51-3 am'd.Lynn Greer05/17/2017
HB555Phenix City, board of education, election of members, qualifications, terms, compensation, filling vacancies, referendum, Act 929, 1971 Reg. Sess. repealedGeorge “Tootie” Bandy05/19/2017Signed
HB554Entertainment Industry Incentive Act, Secs. 41-7A-40 to 41-7A-48, inclusive, repealedPhil Williams04/25/2017
HB553Employment, require employers who receive assistance from government to report relocationPhil Williams04/25/2017
HB552Elections, independent candidates, number of signatures on petition to qualify for ballot access lowered for special elections, Sec. 17-9-3 am'd.Chris England05/04/2017
HB550Travel expenses, state officers and employees, actual expenses for travel within state, to include state organizations where state or individual is a dues-paying member, Sec. 36-7-21 am'd.Randy Davis05/19/2017Signed
HB551Taxation, exempt National Senior Games Association from sales tax, termination dateDavid Faulkner04/20/2017
HB549Schools, allow school district to educate students about traditional winter celebrations and offer traditional greetingsMack N. Butler05/17/2017
HB548Initiative, constitutional amendments, proposed by people, authorized, Legislature may offer alternate proposal, const. amend.Isaac Whorton04/20/2017
HB547Sumter Co., sales and use tax, co. commission authorized to levy add'l. for hospitalArtis McCampbell05/04/2017Signed
HB546Employees' Retirement System, purchase of prior service credit, requirements revised, Sec. 36-27-51.1 am'd.Mike Jones05/17/2017
HB544Recall of elected state officers, const. amend.Will Ainsworth05/17/2017
HB545Prisons, Alabama Prison Transformation Initiative Act, construction of new facilities provided for, Joint Legislative Prison Committee, reporting requirements increased, Alabama Corrections Institution Finance Authority, bonds authorized for prison facilities, construction agreements, renovating and demolishing existing prison facilities, proceeds on existing one mill tax, distribution further provided for, Secs. 14-2-1, 14-2-6, 14-2-12, 14-2-13.1, 14-2-16, 14-2-19, 14-2-21, 14-2-28, 28-3-201, 28-3-202, 28-3-204, 29-2-20, 38-4-12, 40-8-3 am'd.Allen Farley04/20/2017
HB543Motor vehicle, distinctive license plates, professional firefighters, add'l fee, distribution to Ala. Firefighter Annuity and Benefit Fund, Sec. 32-6-280 am'd.Rod Scott05/17/2017
HB542Troy, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorized, referendumAlan Boothe05/03/2017Signed
HB541Consumer credit transactions, creditors, provision of credit life, disability or involuntary unemployment as joint coverage, Sec. 5-19-20 am'd.Ken Johnson05/17/2017
HB540Public examiners, provisions governing operation of substantially revised, Chapter 5 of Title 41 repealed, Chapter 5A of Title 41 addedChris Pringle05/17/2017
HB539Abortion, minors, parental consent, judicial waiver from, applicability to non resident, Sec. 26-21-4 am'd.Jim Hill05/17/2017
HB538Pike Co., board of education, insurance of school buildings and property through State Insurance Fund or private company authorizedAlan Boothe05/09/2017Signed
HB537Genital mutilation, making act on female under 19 years of age a Class B felonyRod Scott05/17/2017
HB536Tallapoosa Co., sheriffs, additional qualifications, continuing educationMark Tuggle05/17/2017Signed
HB535Checks, deferred presentment, regulation by Banking Dept., renewals, repayment plans further authorized, licensees to notify customer of installment loans, Secs. 5-18A-2, 5-18A-3, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13 am'd.Danny Garrett05/19/2017
HB533Motor vehicles, require liability insurance for non-resident motorist, Secs. 32-7A-4, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-6 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB534Lauderdale Co., gasoline and motor fuel tax, distrib. to Shoals Economic Development Authority, Sec. 45-39-92.53 am'd.Lynn Greer05/17/2017Signed
HB532Retirement, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), options for Tier I and Tier II members to participate, reopened, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 36-27-170, 36-27-171 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/17/2017
HB531Geneva Co., sales tax, co. commission authorized to levy additional tax, distrib. for jail construction and road and bridges, referendum, Act 2014-210, 2014 Reg. Sess., am'd.Donnie Chesteen05/04/2017Signed
HB530Transportation Infrastructure Bank, funding to capitalize and pledge toward bonds, add road and bridge funds authorized to be pledged, operation of bank further provided for, Secs. 23-7-2, 23-7-29, 23-7-30, 23-7-31 added; Secs. 23-7-6, 23-7-7, 23-7-9, 23-7-15, 23-7-17, 23-7-18, 23-7-19, 23-7-20, 23-7-21am'd.Margie Wilcox05/17/2017
HB529Florence, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales for off-premises consumption, authorized, Sec. 45-39A-10 am'd.Johnny Mack Morrow05/17/2017Signed
HB528Mobile Co., co. commission authorize to exempt intermittent food service establishment from regulation by co. health dept. in association with regional celebration or traditionMargie Wilcox05/19/2017Signed
HB527Lauderdale Co., Community Development Fund, created, proceeds from fund expended equally between commission and authority, after creation of an agriculture authority, Sec. 45-39-90 am'd.Johnny Mack Morrow05/17/2017Signed
HB526Lauderdale and Colbert Counties, Shoals Economic Development Fund, authorized to be used to build a Workforce Training and Development Center, Sec. 45-17-91.23 am'dJohnny Mack Morrow05/17/2017Signed
HB525Lauderdale County, T.V.A. distributions in lieu of tax payments, distrib. of portion to agricultural authority, Sec. 45-39-246 am'd.Lynn Greer05/17/2017Signed
HB524Children, animals, person who rescues from vehicle, immunity from liability under certain circumstancesChris England05/17/2017
HB52324th Judicial Circuit, Fayette, Lamar, Pickens Counties, presiding circuit judges expense allowance repealed, payment from district attorney fund to Judicial Administration Fund, authorized, Sec. 45-29-80.01 repealedKyle South05/19/2017Signed
HB522Randolph Co., tobacco tax, collection and distrib. altered, Act 2003-213, 2003 Reg. Sess. am'd.Bob Fincher05/03/2017Signed
HB521Macon Co., revenue commissioner and judge of probate, certain duties regarding ad valorem tax collection on motor vehicles and real property, transferred between officesPebblin W. Warren05/11/2017Signed
HB520Deputy circuit clerk, serving the Bessemer Cut-off Division of the Tenth Judicial Circuit, renamed as the Circuit Clerk of the Bessemer Division, Secs. 12-17-80, 12-17-98 am'd.Merika Coleman04/18/2017
HB519All-terrain vehicles and recreational off-highway vehicles, registration authorized on voluntary basis with ALEA, fees, deposit in off-road vehicle accountWill Ainsworth05/17/2017Signed
HB518Moody, corp. limits alt.Jim Hill05/09/2017Signed
HB517St. Clair Co., board of education, districts revised, Act 84-452, 1984 Reg. Sess., am'd.Jim Hill05/09/2017Signed
HB516Fultondale,municipal judges and magistrates for municipal courts, authorized to issue warrant recall fee for failure to appear for municipal ordinance or traffic violation, distrib. to municipal corrections fundAllen Treadaway05/17/2017Signed
HB515Baldwin Co., sheriff, add'l expense allowance and salarySteve McMillan05/17/2017Signed
HB514Baldwin Co., board of registrars, co. salary supp, Sec. 45-2-110 am'd.Steve McMillan05/19/2017Signed
HB513Baldwin Co., revenue commissioner, add'l expense allowance and salarySteve McMillan05/16/2017Signed
HB512Baldwin Co., Law Library and Judicial Administration Fund, court costs collected for operation, further authorized, Sec. 45-2-80.87 am'd.Steve McMillan05/19/2017Signed
HB511Russellville, civil service board, compensation, city council authorized to set, Sec. 45-30A-50.03 am'd.Johnny Mack Morrow05/16/2017Signed
HB509Legislature, bills, sponsor from each House, bill to reflect upon request, procedure for making requestRod Scott04/13/2017
HB510Competitive bids on public improvement projects, bid guarantee, amount increased for Transportation Dept. only, technical correction to prior amendment by Act 2016-260, retroactive, Sec. 39-2-4 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter05/17/2017
HB508Elmore Co., alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales co. commission may regulate outside corp. limits of municipalities, municipaities within corp. limitsReed Ingram05/03/2017Signed
HB507Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, prohibited from flying over certain facilities, sale, operation, manufacturing of drones equipped with a weapon are prohibited, criminal penalties, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, rulemaking authority, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act, Secs. 13A-6-24, 13A-6-90.1, 13A-7-22, 13A-10-2, 13A-10-38, 13A-11-32, 23-1-388 am'd.Chris Sells04/13/2017
HB506Telemarketing, exemption for newspapers and magazines, further provided for, Sec. 8-19A-4 am'd.Kyle South04/13/2017
HB505Sex education, curriculum contents revised, Sec. 16-40A-2 am'd.Patricia Todd05/17/2017
HB504Beneficiaries, permit Supernumerary Circuit Clerk or Register to change beneficiary, seek refund under certain circumstances, Secs. 12-17-142, 12-17-143 am'd.Randy Wood04/13/2017
HB503City of Foley corp. limits alt.Steve McMillan05/19/2017Signed
HB50124th Judicial Circuit ( Fayette Co., Lamar Co., Pickens Co.) presiding circuit judge, expense allowance repealed, Act 86-553, 1986 Reg. Sess., repealedKyle South04/11/2017
HB502Forever Wild Land Trust, ad valorem tax revenue lost on property acquired, reimbursement payments from trust to all entities previously receiving tax revenue, const. amend.Mark Tuggle05/17/2017
HB499Motor vehicles; Traffic-control signals; to provide procedures to be used when a traffic-control signal is out of operation or not functioning properly, Sec. 32-5A-32 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB500Lamar Co., court costs, to support canine unit in sheriffs office, Amendment 710 (Section 1, Local Amendments, Lamar County, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.Kyle South05/19/2017Signed
HB498Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, use of prohibited under certain conditions, criminal penalties, injunctive relief, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, rulemaking authority, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act, Secs. 13A-6-24, 13A-6-90.1, 13A-7-22, 13A-10-2, 13A-10-38, 13A-11-32, 23-1-388 am'd.Chris Sells04/11/2017
HB497Criminal sex offenders over age 21, sex offenses against child 12 years of age or younger, surgical castration required prior to release from custody of Corrections DepartmentSteve Hurst05/17/2017
HB496Foster care, scholarships, Fostering Hope Scholarship Act, any adopted person from foster care program, regardless of age at time of adoption, scholarships available for, Secs. 38-12B-2, 38-12B-6 am'd.Rich Wingo04/11/2017
HB495Baldwin Co., sales tax, distribution of proceeds, Secs. 45-2-244.071, 45-2-244.073, 45-2-244.075, 45-2-244.076, 45-2-244.077 am'd.Steve McMillan05/19/2017Signed
HB494Baldwin Co., lease tax, distribution, portion distrib. to Historic Blakeley Authority to be used for Ft. Mims preservation, Sec. 45-2-244.183, am'd.Steve McMillan05/16/2017Signed
HB493Schools, public K-12 teachers and employees, charged with certain sexual crimes against students, paid administrative leave and discipline of school employees charged removed, Sec. 13A-6-83 repealedAlan Baker05/17/2017
HB492Escambia Co., sales and use tax, co. commission authorized to levy, distrib. to co. general fundAlan Baker05/04/2017Signed
HB491Taxation, exemption from sales, use, or ad valorem taxes not applicable to counties or municipalities unless granted the counties or municipalities by adoption of a resolution or ordinancePatricia Todd04/11/2017
HB490Coosa Co., Forever Wild Land, payment from Ala. Trust Fund for lost ad valorem tax revenue, const. amend.Ron Johnson05/19/2017
HB489Childersburg, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales by retail licensees for off-premises consumption, city council authorized to regulate and permit, referendumRon Johnson05/17/2017
HB488Engineers and Land Surveyors Board, definitions, board duties, disciplinary actions, revised, Secs. 34-11-1.1, 34-11-9.1, 34-11-11.1, 34-11-11.2 added; Sec. 34-11-16 repealed; Secs. 34-11-1 to 34-11-15, inclusive, 34-11-30, 34-11-31, 34-11-32, 34-11-34 to 34-11-37, inclusive, am'dRandy Wood04/11/2017
HB486Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.Arnold Mooney04/06/2017
HB487Gasoline and diesel fuel, add'l tax, Ala. Road and Bridge Rehabilitation and Improvement Authority established to finance road and bridge rehabilitation and improvements, issuance of $2.4 billion in bonds, proceed of taxes pledged for debt, ATRIP-II Projects Special Fund established, Sec. 40-17-325 am'd.Bill Poole05/17/2017
HB485Tallapoosa Co., Union Volunteer Fire and Rescue District, fire protection service fees, levy, expenditure for fire protection and local volunteer fire dept., referendumMark Tuggle05/16/2017Signed
HB484Revenue Dept., sale of state land, employment of auction company, Sec. 40-10-134 am'd.Arnold Mooney04/06/2017
HB483Public property, national motto, In God We Trust, authorized to displayArnold Mooney04/06/2017
HB482Private sewer systems, regulation by Public Service Commission authorized, Secs. 22-25B-2, 37-4-1 am'd.Arnold Mooney04/06/2017
HB481Motor vehicles, handicapped parking, sign designated special access parking place not required to specify fine, Sec. 32-6-233.1 am'd.Ken Johnson05/17/2017
HB480Warranties, New Assistive Devices Warranty Act, remediesKen Johnson04/06/2017
HB479Transportation providers, healthcare, exceptions from civil liabilityKen Johnson04/06/2017
HB478Jefferson Co., General Retirement System for Employees, members, retirement system employees eligible, part-time employees, optional membership, Secs. 45-37-123.01, 45-37-123.50 am'd.Rod Scott04/06/2017
HB477Supplemental appropriation, from State General Fund to Alabama Forestry Commission for fiscal year ending September 30, 2017.Elaine Beech04/06/2017
HB476Education, Early Childhood Education, secretary, provide qualifications for, Sec. 26-24-2 am'd.Terri Collins05/17/2017
HB474Walker Co., sales and use tax, additional, co. commission authorize to levy, distribution, referendumConnie C. Rowe05/02/2017Signed
HB475Taxation, Legacy Alumni Group, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesApril Weaver04/06/2017
HB473Forever Wild Land Trust, property in trust, payment of ad valorem taxes from Alabamam Trust Fund, const. amend.Ron Johnson04/06/2017
HB472Alabama Partnership Act, repealed and replaced, procedures for formation and dissolution, conforming changes, Secs. 10A-1-5.10, 10A-1-9.01 added; Secs. 10A-1-5.07, 10A-1-7.33, 10A-8-1.01 to 10A-8-11.04, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 10A-1-1.02, 10A-1-1.03, 10A-1-1.06, 10A-1-1.08, 10A-1-1.12, 10A-1-2.02, 10A-1-3.06, 10A-1-3.17, 10A-1-3.32, 10A-1-3.33, 10A-1-3.41, 10A-1-4.01, 10A-1-4.02, 10A-1-4.25, 10A-1-4.31, 10A-1-5.01, 10A-1-5.02, 10A-1-5.03, 10A-1-5.04, 10A-1-5.05, 10A-1-5.06, 10A-1-5.08, 10A-1-5.11, 10A-1-5.12, 10A-1-5.31, 10A-1-5.32, 10A-1-5.33, 10A-1-7.01, 10A-1-7.02, 10A-1-7.03, 10A-1-7.04, 10A-1-7.05, 10A-1-7.06, 10A-1-7.07, 10A-1-7.11, 10A-1-7.12, 10A-1-7.13, 10A-1-7.14, 10A-1-7.22, 10A-1-7.23, 10A-1-7.24, 10A-1-7.31, 10A-1-7.32, 10A-1-7.34, 10A-1-7.36, 10A-1-7.37, 10A-1-8.01, 10A-1-8.02, 10A-1-8.03, 0A-1-9.21, 10A-1-9.22, 10A-5A-1.02, 10A-5A-1.06, 10A-9A-1.07, 10A-17-1.02 am'd.Bill Poole04/06/2017
HB471Competitive Bid law, purchase and installation of heating and air conditioning units for local boards of education, exempted when bid pursuant to purchasing cooperative and process approved by Dept. of Examiners of Public Accounts, Secs. 39-1-5, 39-2-2 am'd.David Standridge05/17/2017
HB469Trussville, corp. limits alt.Danny Garrett05/17/2017
HB470Motor fuel taxes, levied by local governments, single point of filing and payment, electronic program Revenue Dept., to provide, Local Motor Fuel Advisory CommitteeLynn Greer05/17/2017
HB468Coal, severance tax, add'l, distrib for operation of Surface Mining Commission, termination of taxKyle South05/17/2017Signed
HB467Surface mining, reclamation permit, fee, payable over life of mine, Sec. 9-16-83 am'd.Kyle South05/17/2017Signed
HB466Sports shooting ranges, clarifying immunity from civil liability and criminal prosecution when operating or using sports shooting ranges, compliance with lead control laws and regulations as a prerequisite for extending immunity, Sec. 6-5-341 am'd.Kyle South05/17/2017
HB465Coffee Co., constable, office of abolishedBarry Moore05/02/2017Signed
HB464Baldwin Co., judge of probate, special recording fee, collection of further authorized, Sec. 45-2-83.21 am'd.Steve McMillan05/16/2017Signed
HB462Food service, prohibiting Public Health Dept. from regulating intermittent food service establishmentsMargie Wilcox05/17/2017
HB463Education, Alabama School Choice and Student Opportunity Act, subject charter schools to same laws, rules, policies, and procedures as other public schools, Sec. 16-6F-9 am'd.Ralph Howard04/04/2017
HB461Phenix City, alcoholic beverages, sale in entertainment districts, city council authorized to establish under certain conditionsChris Blackshear05/19/2017Signed
HB460Courts, magistrates and clerks of circuit, and district courts, absolute judicial immunity granted under certain conditionsConnie C. Rowe04/04/2017
HB459Eminent domain proceedings, costs, condemnation proceedings filed by Dept. of Transportation, the department pays condemnee's reasonable attorney fees, appraisal and engineering costs if final award is 20 percent or higher than department's offer, Sec. 18-1A-293 am'd.Arnold Mooney05/17/2017
HB457Landlord and Tenant Act, evictions, civil action for possession, hearing date required to be set within certain time, Sec. 35-9A-461 am'd.Paul Beckman05/17/2017
HB458Blount Co., court reporters, compensation, expiration of salary supplements of the Forty-first Judicial Circuit court reporters, Act 909, 1971 Reg. Sess., and Act 2000-440, 2000 Reg. Sess., repealedConnie C. Rowe04/13/2017
HB456Debt, open-end credit accounts including credit card debt, statute of limitations at six years, Sec. 6-2-34 am'd.Marcel Black05/17/2017
HB455Injection-Associated infectious disease elimination, pilot programs by Dept. of Public Health and local health authorities authorized, limited criminal immunity grantedJack Williams05/17/2017
HB454Alabama Public Transportation Trust Fund, established, ADECA required to administer trust fund; Public Transportation Trust Fund Advisory Committee, created.Jack Williams05/17/2017
HB453Madison Co., beer tax proceeds, distribution, Senior Citizens' Prescription Drug Program, funded, funds not expended at end of each fiscal year, provided for, Act 2003-195, 2003 Reg. Sess., am'd.Howard Sanderford04/13/2017
HB451Jackson Co., domestic violence cases, add'l court costs, proceeds distrib. to county commission for certain domestic violence shelters, Sec. 45-36-80.03 repealedTommy Hanes05/16/2017Signed
HB452Madison Co., animal control shelter program, lifetime license authorized, co. commission authorized to set fees, disposal and fees for reclaiming further provided for, fees deposited in general fund of co. commission, Act 88-424, 1988 Reg. Sess., am'd.Ritchie Whorton04/13/2017
HB450Agriculture authority, counties authorized to establish, duties and powers, provided of authorityLynn Greer05/17/2017
HB449Gulf Shores, corp. limits alt.Steve McMillan05/19/2017Signed
HB448Baldwin Co., county commission, members, compensation, further provided for, State Comptroller to adjust, Sec. 45-2-70.01 am'd.Steve McMillan05/16/2017Signed
HB446Grandparent visitation, action in circuit court, assignment to domestic relation division or judge, Sec. 30-3-4.2 am'd.Mike Jones05/17/2017
HB447Randolph Co., sales and use tax, distribution, for jail, distribution of excess for road and bridge projects deleted, Act 2016-288, 2016 Reg. Sess., am'd.Bob Fincher05/02/2017Signed
HB445Municipalities, Class 1 and Class 2, operating under a countywide civil service system, optional program for hiring and pay of public safety employeesJack W. Williams04/04/2017
HB444City Boards of Education, costs of administrative office from local funds only, Sec. 16-11-28 addedCorey Harbison05/17/2017
HB443Crimes of Violence Treatment Reporting Act, requiring physicians and health care professionals to report certain types of injuries and illnesses to police or appropriate law enforcement authoritiesApril Weaver04/04/2017
HB442Prosthetists and Orthotists Board, licensure, exemptions further provided for, Sec. 34-25A-5 am'd.Ron Johnson05/17/2017
HB440Youth residential facilities that house children for a period of over 24 hours, inlcuding private religious or faith-based organizations, regulation and licensing by Human Resources Dept.Steve McMillan05/17/2017Signed
HB441Municipality, business license tax, home health agency and hospice, tax due only where headquarters or branch office is located, tax not to be levied only because of delivery of service by employees, Sec 11-51-90.4 addedRon Johnson05/17/2017
HB439Pickens Co., courts costs, service of process fee for personal service by sheriff for actions outside of this stateAlan Harper05/02/2017Signed
HB438Physician Initiative, phase in provision of 100 scholarships per year, scholarships for students who commit to practice family medicine in underserved areas of state, AL. Medical Education Consortium to administer, Dept. of Public Health to fundSteve McMillan04/06/2017
HB437Taxation, Trips for Kids, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesDavid Faulkner03/16/2017
HB436Coin operated amusement machines, taxation, annual license tax, penalties, Amusement-Entertainment Machine Fee ActDavid Faulkner03/16/2017
HB434Alcoholic beverages, retail licensees, making of infusions using distilled spirits authorized, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added; Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.Chris England05/17/2017
HB435Clay Co., sheriff, participation in Employees' Retirement System, prohibited from participating in supernumerary program, const. amend.Steve Hurst05/02/2017Signed
HB433Corrections Dept., Dept. of Finance, purchasing division, to provide exemptions from purchasing requirements, Sec. 14-7-8 am'd.Alan Baker05/17/2017
HB432Retirement System, Employees' Retirement System, Teachers' Retirement System, retirees, surcharge authorized when retiree performs duties for compensation, including independent contractors, for employers participating in ERS and TRS, without suspension of retiree's retirement allowance, certain disclosures requiredJim Patterson03/16/2017
HB431Etowah Co., alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorized under certain conditions within a municipality or unincorporated area, referendumsBecky Nordgren05/09/2017Signed
HB430Class 2 municipalities, property subject to building code violations and liens, in rem foreclosure procedure, Secs. 11-40-50 to 11-40-54, inclusive, repealedBarbara Drummond05/03/2017Signed
HB429Taxation, National Federation of the Blind, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.Anthony Daniels03/16/2017
HB427Tier II correctional officers, firefighters and law enforcement officers authorized to retire with full benefits after 25 years of service, Secs. 16-25-14, 16-25-21, 36-27-16, 36-27-24, 36-27-59 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter03/16/2017
HB428Crimes, obscene material, child pornography, prostitution, Internet access to be restricted, filter requiredJack Williams03/16/2017
HB426Electronic Security Board of Licensure, licensure of alarm installers, locksmiths, and similar electronic security systems, definition, penalties, operation and meetings of the board, Secs. 34-1A-1 to 34-1A-7, inclusive, am'd.Isaac Whorton05/17/2017
HB425Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), abolished, functions restore to agencies, depts, divisions from which derived, Secs. 29-7-14, 41-27-1 to 41-27-9, inclusive, repealedPhillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB424House of Representatives, districts redrawn, Sec. 29-1-1.2 repealed, Sec. 29-1-1.2 addedJohn F. Knight Jr03/16/2017
HB422Municipal business licenses, not required for certain persons travelling through municipality on business, Sec. 11-51-90.2 am'd.Paul W. Lee05/17/2017
HB423Transportation Dept., uncontested claims against dept., procedures for payment outside of Board of Adjustment, Sec. 23-1-40 am'd.Paul W. Lee05/17/2017Signed
HB421Toll roads and bridges, electronic assessment and collection of tolls, assessment to account holder or by photo-monitoring, administrative fees for nonpayment, judgements, suspension of driver's licenses and registration, Secs 23-2-165 to 23-2-175, inclusive, added; Sec. 23-2-163 repealedSteve McMillan05/17/2017Signed
HB420Motor vehicles, sales and loan transactions, guaranteed asset protection waivers authorized, coverage of loan balance if vehicle a total loss or stolen, Superintendent of Banks authorized to assess penalties, Secs. 8-37-1 to 8-37-9, inclusive, addedJimmy Martin05/17/2017Signed
HB419Cockfighting, crimes of, penalties increased, Sec. 13A-12-4 am'd.John W. Rogers03/15/2017
HB418Hytop, corp. limits alt.Ritchie Whorton05/16/2017Signed
HB416Pistol permits, require color, laminated photo ID to be affixed to all future issued concealed carry weapons permit, allow for sheriffs to adjust fees for production of, Sec. 13A-11-75 am'd.Rod Scott05/17/2017
HB417Junior Leagues, certain incorporated junior leagues, exempt from all sales and use taxesDavid Faulkner03/15/2017
HB415Crimes, libel and defamation, publication of certain reports considered privileged, Sec. 13A-11-161 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/17/2017
HB414Firearms, possession and carrying of, certain requirements for, repealed or deleted, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-50, 13A-11-51, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-59, 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-74, repealed; Sec. 13A-11-61.2 am'd.Isaac Whorton03/15/2017
HB413Dogs, service dogs, harassment or injuring prohibited, penalties, definition to include therapy dogs, Act 2016-132, 2016 Reg. Sess., am'd, Sec. 13A-11-231 am'd.Dexter Grimsley03/14/2017
HB411Taxation, adjusted gross income range expanded for maximum standard deductions, Sec. 40-18-15 am'd.Reed Ingram03/14/2017
HB412State government, state agencies, confirmation by Senate of person appointed to head of certain depts.Chris Sells03/14/2017
HB410Firearms, to clarify prohibition of firearms in certain places, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-59, 13A-11-85 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-61.2 13A-11-73 am'd.Mack N. Butler03/14/2017
HB409Education, inappropriate conduct, public K-12, annual inservice training for teachers to recognize behavior of studentsMack N. Butler03/14/2017
HB408Talladega Co., sheriff, qualifications, continuing education requiredRandy Wood05/02/2017Signed
HB407St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages sold in state ABC stores, sales and use tax, add, distrib. for district attorneyJim Hill03/15/2017
HB405Contracts, regulating automatic renewal of certain contracts, exemptionsRandy Wood03/14/2017
HB406Competitive bid, exemption for certain local schools public works contracts, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.Phil Williams03/14/2017
HB404Mental Health Dept., duties, provision of applied behavior analysis services, autistic children, appropriation for programJack Williams03/14/2017
HB403Coastal areas, shoreline restoration, living shoreline techniques, use of sand and sediment by riparian property owners without fee or charge by Conservation and Natural Resources Dept. and Environmental Management Dept.Randy Davis05/17/2017
HB402Youth sports, unpaid and volunteer youth athletics assoc. personnel to complete a youth injury mitigation course annuallyJack Williams05/17/2017
HB401Talladega Co., sales and use tax, continued, distrib. of portion for library in Munford, Act 91-533, 1991 Reg. Sess. am'd.Steve Hurst05/02/2017Signed
HB399Jails, sheriffs, items required to provide to prisoners, feminine hygiene products required for female prisoners under certain conditions, Sec. 14-6-19 am'd.Tim Wadsworth05/17/2017
HB400Hayden, corp. limits alt.David Standridge03/16/2017
HB398Taylor, municipal court, municipal judge or magistrate, authorized to issue warrant recall fee, distrib. to municipal corrections fundPaul W. Lee05/03/2017Signed
HB397Birmingham, retired public safety officers, authorize to rehire under certain conditions, continuation of retirement benefits, Sec. 45-37A-51.237 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/16/2017Signed
HB396Class 1 mun., (Birmingham), retirement and relief system, operation of system extensively revised, Secs. 45-37A-51.137, 45-37A-51.190, 45-37A-51.192, 45-37A-51.220, 45-37A-51.221, 45-37A-51.222, 45-37A-51.224, 45-37A-51.225, 45-37A-51.228 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/02/2017Signed
HB394Montgomery Co., alcoholic beverages sold in state ABC stores, sales and use tax, add, distrib. for district attorneyDimitri Polizos03/15/2017
HB395Montgomery Co., civil service of process fee, collection by sheriff clarified, Act 2015-264, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd.Dimitri Polizos04/04/2017
HB393Animals, permitting therapy dogs in courtroom with vulnerable witness, authorize judge to use discretionary fundsDexter Grimsley03/09/2017
HB392Lodging tax, exclusion of area not used as lodging, Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.Arnold Mooney05/17/2017
HB391Stevenson, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council authorized to regulateTommy Hanes05/02/2017Signed
HB390Franchises, certain persons not to be deemed or construed as employees of, Franchise Business Protection ActJim Carns05/17/2017Signed
HB388Presidential and vice presidential electors, elected in direct proportion to popular vote, Sec. 17-14-34 am'd.Thad McClammy03/09/2017
HB389Mobile Co., board of school commissioners, sale of property and leases not required to be approved by judge of probate, Act 242, 1876 Reg. Sess. am'd.Chris Pringle05/03/2017Signed
HB387Income tax, irrigation project tax credit, add'l credit authorized with cap, Sec. 40-18-342 am'd.Donnie Chesteen05/02/2017
HB386Workers' compensation, firefighters, rebuttable presumption established, occupational disease, Secs. 25-5-110, 25-5-120 am'd.Rod Scott03/09/2017
HB385Franklin Co., co. commission, voting centers, authorized to combine public hearing required before approvalJohnny Mack Morrow05/02/2017Signed
HB384Education, time increased for public K-12 teachers to give notice of terminating employment from 5 to 30 days, requirement for postsecondary education employees deleted, Sec. 16-24C-11 am'd.Bob Fincher05/17/2017
HB382Talladega Co., sheriff, credit and debit card purchases, provided forSteve Hurst05/02/2017Signed
HB383Talladega Co., pistol permit fee reduced for individuals over age 65, Act 87-416, 1987 Reg. Sess., am'd.Steve Hurst05/17/2017Signed
HB380Municipal courts, mayors and municipal court judges, mayor authorized to remit court costs imposed by municipal court judge, municipal court judges authorized to remit certain costs upon a showing of indigency, mayor's authority to commute sentences removed, municipal court judges authorized to issue arrest warrants and hold certain persons in contempt of court, Secs. 12-14-15, 12-14-31, 12-14-32 am'd.Chris England03/09/2017
HB381Schools, influenza vaccine, local boards of education to provide information, Education Dept. to make information available, Sec. 16-1-49 addedAnthony Daniels05/17/2017Signed
HB379Autauga, Chilton, and Elmore Co's., alcoholic beverages sold in state ABC stores, sales and use tax, add, distrib. for district attorneyJimmy Martin03/14/2017
HB378Taxes, income, credits, authorized for active volunteer firefighters with min. number of training hrs. under certain conditions, record-keeping requirements, Revenue Dept., rulemaking authority, penaltiesRitchie Whorton03/09/2017
HB376Sewer systems, community and cluster wastewater systems, regulation by Public Service Commission, Sec. 22-25B-1 am'd.Will Ainsworth03/09/2017
HB377Employees' Retirement System, state law enforcement officers, separate calculation for employer contribution to Pension Accumulation Fund removed, Sec. 36-27-24 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/17/2017Signed
HB375Class 6 municipality, certain telecommunications services authorized in county where Class 6 municipality located and within corp. limits and police jurisdiction of other municipalities located in same countyJoe Lovvorn03/07/2017
HB374Property, Uniform Condo Act, rights to developers and owners, specified, procedures for creation and management, Secs. 35-8A-102, 35-8A-103, 35-8A-105, 35-8A-106, 35-8A-107, 35-8A-201, 35-8A-205, 35-8A-208, 35-8A-209, 35-8A-210, 35-8A-211, 35-8A-214, 35-8A-215, 35-8A-218, 35-8A-220, 35-8A-302, 35-8A-303, 35-8A-304, 35-8A-305, 35-8A-307, 35-8A-310, 35-8A-311, 35-8A-312, 35-8A-313, 35-8A-314, 35-8A-315, 35-8A-316, 35-8A-317, 35-8A-318, 35-8A-401, 35-8A-402, 35-8A-403, 35-8A-404, 35-8A-406, 35-8A-407, 35-8A-408, 35-8A-409, 35-8A-411, 35-8A-412, 35-8A-413, 35-8A-415, 35-8A-417 am'd.Chris England05/17/2017
HB373Palliative and end of life individual health plans, authorized to provide health care and other directives to health care providers, schools, etc. for terminally ill minors, Alex Hoover Act, Secs. 22-8A-15 to 22-8A-18, inclusive, added; Secs. 22-8A-2, 22-8A-3, 22-8A-7 am'd.April Weaver05/19/2017
HB372Elections, primary runoff elections, voter prohibited from switching parties between primary electionsArnold Mooney03/07/2017
HB371State Superintendent of Education, election of, required, term of office, Amendment 284 (Section 264, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.Randall Shedd03/07/2017
HB369Municipalities, annexation of property enclosed within corporate limits, special procedureJack Williams03/07/2017
HB370Education, local boards of education authorized to provide for released time religious instruction in public high schools as an elective course for creditKerry Rich03/07/2017
HB368Zoning, board of zoning adjustment, appeals required to be filed with circuit court, Sec. 11-52-81 am'd.Jack Williams03/07/2017
HB367Pardons and Paroles Board, prisoners, pardon, parole, or conditional release of, Executive Director to certify official order within 30 days, Sec. 15-22-37 am'd.Tim Wadsworth03/07/2017
HB366Athens, alcoholic beverages, city council authorized to permit Sunday salesDanny Crawford05/03/2017Signed
HB365DeKalb Co. Septic Tank Bond Fund, repealed, distrib. of existing funds to co. bd. of health, Sec. 45-25-170 repealedNathaniel Ledbetter05/02/2017Signed
HB364Talladega Co., booking fee, imposed on each person booked in co. jail, distribution of revenuesRon Johnson05/02/2017Signed
HB363Class 5 municipality, organized under Chapter 43D, Code of Alabama 1975, (Bessemer) city council, clerical assistants auth., Sec. 11-43D-14 am'd.Louise Alexander04/13/2017
HB362Washington Co., gas and diesel fuel tax, sales and use tax, and leasing tax authorized, referendumElaine Beech05/03/2017Signed
HB361Washington Co., motor vehicles tags and title, one-stop tag, deposit of mail order fees in Probate Judge Fund, Act 2014-148, 2014 Reg. Sess., am'd.Elaine Beech04/13/2017Signed
HB360Washington Co., sheriff, service of process, fee authorized, sheriff's law enforcement fund established, distribution of funds provided forElaine Beech03/14/2017
HB358Lowndes Co., sheriff, expense allowance, salary upon next term of officeKelvin Lawrence04/13/2017Signed
HB359Marion Co., judge of probate, compensation on salary basis, one-stop issuance of motor vehicle plates, duties of revenue commissioner transferred, fees paid to probate courtMike Millican04/27/2017Signed
HB357Insurance adjusters, independent, coursework and education for licensure and continuing education waived if otherwised certified, Secs. 27-9A-9, 27-9A-13 am'd.Kerry Rich05/17/2017Signed
HB356Teachers' Retirement System and Employees' Retirement System, lump sum retirement option authorized, Alabama Pension Authority created, bond authority, Secs. 16-25-14, 16-25-21, 36-27-16, 36-27-24 am'd.Jim Patterson05/17/2017
HB355Banking, savings promotion contests authorized, not gambling or lottery pursuant to Section 65 of ConstitutionMerika Coleman05/19/2017Signed
HB354Fantasy contests, regulation of, consumer protection measures by operators required, audits, civil penalties, Fantasy Contests Act, establishedAlan Boothe05/17/2017
HB352Rural physician tax credit, Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.Tim Wadsworth03/02/2017
HB353Alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, counties and muns. were authorized, authorized to sell after 10 am where authorized by co. commission or city council, referendum under certain conditionsJuandalynn Givan05/19/2017Signed
HB351Retirement, transfer of funds from Clerks' and Registers' Supernumerary Fund, Secs. 12-18-110, 16-25-4, 36-27-12.1 am'd.John F. Knight Jr03/02/2017
HB350County Superintendent of Education, required to be appointed unless provided otherwise by constitutionSteve McMillan03/02/2017
HB349Memorial Preservation Act, monuments prohibited from relocation or removal, Alabama Committee on Memorial Preservation createdMack N. Butler05/17/2017Signed
HB348Hospitals, private hospital assessment for Medicaid extended, including intergovernmental transfers, Secs. 40-26B-70, 40-26B-71, 40-26B-73, 40-26B-75, 40-26B-76, 40-26B-77.1, 40-26B-79, 40-26B-80, 40-26B-81, 40-26B-82, 40-26B-84, 40-26B-88 am'd.Steve Clouse05/19/2017Signed
HB347Nursing facilities, supplemental privilege assessment and monthly surcharge for Medicaid extended, expiration under certain conditions, Sec. 40-26B-21 am'd.Steve Clouse05/19/2017Signed
HB345Historic buildings, income tax credit authorized for rehabilitation of qualified structures, standards by Historical Commission, rules, approval by Historic Tax Credit Evaluating Committee estab., limitations, expirationVictor Gaston05/19/2017Signed
HB346Income tax, optional increased standard deduction for qualifying taxpayers, established, Sec. 40-18-15.7 addedChris Blackshear05/19/2017Signed
HB344Lay midwives, State Board of Registration for Lay Midwifery, created, powers and duties, qualifications necessary to register, penalties, Secs. 19-34-30 to 19-34-40, inclusive, added; Secs. 22-9A-7, 34-19-1 to 34-19-10, inclusive, am'd.April Weaver03/02/2017
HB343Motor vehicles, sales and loan transactions, guaranteed asset protection waivers authorized, coverage of loan balance if vehicle a total loss or stolen, Superintendent of Banks authorized to assess penalties, Secs. 8-37-1 to 8-37-9, inclusive, addedJimmy Martin03/02/2017
HB342Employees' Retirement System, retirees and beneficiaries, one-time lump-sum additional payment, receiving allowance on Nov. 30, 2017.Steve McMillan05/17/2017Signed
HB341Home Builders Licensure Board, authorized to collect hearing costs, increase fines for violations, and revoke certain licenses, Secs. 34-14A-1 to 34-14A-8, inclusive, 34-14A-14, 34-14A-15 am'd.Steve McMillan05/17/2017
HB339Term limits, members of the Alabama Legislature, election to limited to four full terms, const. amend.Matt Fridy03/02/2017
HB340Workers' compensation, law enforcement officer, firefighter, emergency medical personnel, killed in line of duty, surviving spouse to keep benefits after remarriage, Secs. 25-5-60, 25-5-66, 25-5-68, 25-5-69 am'd.Matt Fridy05/17/2017
HB338Birmingham, Firemen and Policemen's Supplemental Pension System, percent of investments in fixed income securities lowered, Sec. 45-37A-51.03 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/02/2017Signed
HB337Taxation, certain public water, sewer, gas electric, and fire protection authorities, boards, and systems eligible as government entities for state and local sales and use tax exemptions, Sec. 40-9-14.1 am'd.Danny Crawford05/17/2017
HB336Russell Co., lodging tax, distribution to county commission for promotion of tourism, Act 89-267, 1989 Reg. Sess., am'd.Chris Blackshear05/19/2017Signed
HB335Russell Co., gasoline excise tax, district to local municipalities, Act 859, 1969 First Sp. Sess, repealedChris Blackshear03/02/2017
HB333Natural gas, compressed and liquefied, use in motor vehicles, standardized system for collection of excise taxes, civil and criminal penalties, distrib. of proceeds for highway purposes, Secs. 40-17-168, 40-17-168.1 to 40-17-168.19, inclusive, added; Secs. 40-17-160, 40-17-161, 40-17-165, 40-17-167 am'd.Ken Johnson04/27/2017Signed
HB334Statement of economic interest, personal information of law enforcement officers included on form exempt from public disclosure, Secs. 36-25-14, 41-13-7 am'd.Mack N. Butler05/09/2017
HB332Employment discrimination, prohibited based on race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, or ageMerika Coleman02/28/2017
HB331Constitution, Chief Justice required to recompile constitution and submit at 2022 Reg. Sess., and each regular session every 10 years thereafter, const. amend.Randy Davis02/28/2017
HB330Child abuse or neglect, mandatory reporting requirements, Sec. 26-14-3 am'dLaura Hall02/28/2017
HB328Solid waste, new municipal solidwaste facilities, approval process by local governing body revised, Sec. 22-27-48.1 added; Sec. 22-27-48 am'd.Alan Baker05/17/2017Signed
HB329Northport, civil service system, City Administrator/Clerk and City Manager/Clerk included in exempt service, residency requirement for personnel board members, Act 1225, 1969 Reg. Sess. am'd.Alan Harper04/13/2017Signed
HB327Legislative member, indicted on felony charge, suspended from leadership position, imposedAllen Treadaway02/28/2017
HB326Tier II correctional officers, firefighters and law enforcement officers authorized to retire with full benefits after 25 years of service, Secs. 16-25-14, 16-25-21, 36-27-16, 36-27-24 am'd.Randy Wood05/17/2017
HB325Circuit clerks, Judicial Administration Fund, use for merit and promotion raises, Sec. 12-19-310 am'd.John F. Knight Jr05/04/2017
HB324Veterans, unemployed, tax credit created for hiring of, regardless of whether veteran was recently deployed, Sec. 40-18-320.1 added; Secs. 40-18-320, 40-18-321, 40-18-322, 40-18-324 am'd.John F. Knight Jr02/28/2017
HB323Elberta, corp. limits alt.Steve McMillan03/16/2017Signed
HB320Calhoun Co., bingo for charitable purposes, licensees prohibited from operating in a residential area, Amendment 508 (Section 1, Local Amendments, Calhoun County, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd, const. amend.Becky Nordgren03/16/2017Signed
HB321Consumer loans, lines of credit, financial products, interest rate, capped, const. amend.Bob Fincher02/28/2017
HB322Lincoln, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales by retail licensees for off-premises consumption, city council authorized to regulate and permit, times for sale for race days at international speedway in Talladega Co., referendumRon Johnson05/04/2017Signed
HB319Compensation, part-time and adjunct professors, 2-yr public instutitions of higher education, at a rate of at least 50 percent of a full-time professor, for teaching the same or similar courses at the same instutitionBecky Nordgren02/28/2017
HB318Code of Alabama 1975, Acts of 2015 First Special Session, 2015 Second Special Session, 2016 Regular Session, supplements and certain replacement volumes, codified with certain corrections, local laws of certain counties codified, duties of Secretary of StateVictor Gaston05/19/2017Signed
HB316Midwives, State Board of Midwifery, established, licensure and regulation, penalties, Secs. 34-19-11 to 34-19-19, inclusive, added; Secs. 22-9A-7, 34-43-3 am'd; Secs. 34-19-2 to 34-19-10, inclusive, repealedKen Johnson05/17/2017
HB317Covington Co., board of education, members, residency and election from, area of county outside of areas with separate city school systemMike Jones03/14/2017Signed
HB315Midwifery Board, established to license and regulate the practice of midwifery, penalty for unlawful practice, Secs. 34-19-2 to 34-19-10 repealed; Secs. 22-9A-7, 34-19-3, 34-19-11 to 34-19-20, inclusive, 34-43-3 am'd.Ken Johnson05/19/2017Signed
HB314Small loans under Ala. Small Loan Act, minimum and maximum amount of loans increased and corresponding interest rates, max term of loans, Secs. 5-18-4, 5-18-10, 5-18-13, 5-18-15 am'd.Ken Johnson05/17/2017Signed
HB313Forest products severance and manufacturers tax, revised, wood residue used in manufacturing process excluded from tax, Secs. 9-13-80, 9-13-81, 9-13-82, 9-13-84, 9-13-86, 9-13-88, 9-13-93, 9-13-104, 9-13-108 am'd.Elaine Beech05/09/2017Signed
HB312Commercial fishing, net and seine permits, permittee authorized to designate person for captains license to operate vessel, licensue by Conservation and Natual Resources Dept, Sec. 9-12-113.1 addedTommy Hanes02/23/2017
HB311Conservation and Natural Resources Department, commercial fishing, net and seine permits, renewal without regard to certain income requirements for license year 2016, Sec. 9-12-113 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/17/2017
HB309Physician or dentist agreement, not subject to regulation as insurance, license to sell or market not required, requirements for agreement established, discontinuance of services under the agreement, Ala. Physicians and Dentists Direct Pay ActNathaniel Ledbetter05/17/2017
HB310Alzheimer's disease, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission, Firefighters' Personnel Standards and Education Commission, required to train first responders to deal withLaura Hall05/17/2017
HB308Licenses, business delivery licenses, cap penalty for failure to purchase, Sec. 11-51-194 am'd.Paul W. Lee02/23/2017
HB307Parental rights, right to direct upbringing, education, care, and custody of child, const. amend.Matt Fridy02/23/2017
HB306Attorneys, encouraging litigation, criminal penalties increased, Secs. 34-3-24, 34-3-35 am'd.Matt Fridy05/17/2017
HB305Motor vehicles, traffic accident reports, confidentiality, exceptions, Sec. 32-10-7 am'd.Matt Fridy04/27/2017
HB304Elderly, elder abuse protection orders, authorized, elder abuse defined, Sec. 15-10-3 am'd.Rod Scott05/04/2017
HB303Sales and use tax on food, reduced by one-percent, beginning October 1, 2017Tim Wadsworth02/23/2017
HB302Corporate income tax rate reduced to five percent, const. amend.Tim Wadsworth02/23/2017
HB301Taxation, Prince Hall Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons and Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge F. and A.M., exempt from sales, county and municipal taxesArtis McCampbell02/23/2017
HB300Legislature, term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to two full terms, const. amend.Will Ainsworth02/23/2017
HB299Podiatry, practice of, further defined, Sec. 34-24-230 am'd.Jack Williams02/23/2017
HB298Domestic violence, increased incarceration periods and enhanced penalties for convictions of first, second, or third degree domestic violence if committed in the presence of a minor, capital offense expanded to include murder of a parent or guardian in the presence of a child, Hollie's Law, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB297Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.Allen Farley02/23/2017
HB296Traffic citations, super speeders, additional civil penalties imposed, distribution of fees, revocation of driver's license under certain conditionsConnie C. Rowe02/23/2017
HB295Retirement System, Board of Control, Employees' Retirement System of Alabama, membership revised, technical changes made, Sec. 36-27-23 am'd.Connie C. Rowe03/14/2017
HB294Police powers, Indian tribes, authorized for Poarch Creek, Secs. 36-21-120 to 36-21-124, inclusive, am'd.Connie C. Rowe04/27/2017
HB293State Fire Marshal, permit fees, collected for permit to manufacture a destructive device or biological weapon be deposited in State Fire Marshal's Fund, Act 2016-414, 2016 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 36-19-2.1 am'd.David Faulkner05/17/2017
HB292Driver's licenses and similar cards, applicant for new or renewal, inclusion of documentation of deafness in records of Alabama State Law Enforcement AgencyRon Johnson05/17/2017Signed
HB291Social workers, to make it a crime of assault in the second degree with intent to cause physical injury to a social worker while performing his or her duties, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.April Weaver02/23/2017
HB290Sales and use tax, photographs and commissioned portraits, exempt as a service, Secs. 40-23-4, 40-23-62 am'd.April Weaver05/18/2017Signed
HB289Washington Co., business licenses, renewals by mail, license plates, online renewals, fees authorizedElaine Beech03/16/2017Signed
HB288Boats and vessels, registration by Law Enforcement Agency, number sticker authorized, distinctive registration decals supporting organizations authorized, fees, distrib. of part of fees to State Parks, Sec. 33-5-11am'd.Margie Wilcox05/18/2017Signed
HB287Taxation, Alabama Eye Bank, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesJim Hill02/23/2017
HB285Motor vehicles, towing, ALEA authorized to regulate, fee dispute resolution process, civil penaltiesDonnie Chesteen02/23/2017
HB286Motor vehicles, removal of child or incapacitated person from locked vehicle, immunity under certain conditionsJohn W. Rogers02/23/2017
HB284Health benefit plans, autism, coverage of autism spectrum disorder under certain conditions, Secs. 10A-20-6.16, 27-21A-23, 27-54A-2 am'd.Jim Patterson05/18/2017Signed
HB283Transportation Network Companies, Public Service Commission permit required to operate, minimum requirements imposedDavid Faulkner05/17/2017
HB282Voter registration, convicted felons, moral turpitude defined for purposes of crimes which disqualify persons from voting, Felony Voter Disqualification Act, Sec. 17-3-30.1 added; Secs. 17-4-3, 17-4-4 am'd.Mike Jones05/18/2017Signed
HB281Real Estate Commission, rule making authority clarified regarding federal antitrust laws, Sec. 34-27-8.1addedSteve McMillan05/18/2017Signed
HB280Employment practice, unlawful to inquire from job applicant information relating to arrests or conviction of crimes, criminal record, with exceptionsJuandalynn Givan02/21/2017
HB279Expungement of criminal records, expanded to include felonies, Sec. 15-27-2 am'd.Alan Baker05/18/2017Signed
HB278Parolees, nondriver ID cards, Commissioner of Dept. of Corrections and Secretary of the ALEA, authority to establish program to issue nondriver ID to resident parolees upon releaseLaura Hall05/04/2017
HB276Taxation, exempt Rosetta James Scholarship Foundation from sales and use taxesLaura Hall02/21/2017
HB277Child care facilities, church based, licensing required, Secs. 13A-6-29, 38-7-2, 38-7-3, 38-13-2, 38-13-3 am'd.Pebblin W. Warren05/19/2017
HB275Schools, military recruiters and Dept. of Homeland Security recruiters, access to public schools, Sec. 16-1-25 am'd.Dickie Drake05/17/2017
HB274Military, military installations, Military Stability Fund established, funds to be expended upon submission and acceptance of necessary project plans to retain or expand military bases, matching of local funds required, Alabama Job Creation and Military Stability Commission to award fundsDickie Drake05/17/2017
HB273Military, military support, Alabama Job Creation and Military Stability Commission createdDickie Drake05/17/2017
HB272Chiropractic Examiners, State Board of, powers and duties, rulemaking authority clarified with regard to anticompetitive rules that prioritize patient safety and wellness, Sec. 34-24-140.1 addedRandy Davis04/06/2017
HB271Tuscaloosa Co., 6th Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, conditioned on funding for compensation and benefits by county commission, electionBill Poole02/21/2017
HB270Information technology, Information Services Division and State Business Systems Division, transfer from Dept. of Finance to the Office of Information Technology, Secs. 41-28-1, 41-28-3 am'd.Donnie Chesteen05/17/2017
HB269Crimes and offenses, possession of marijuana, violation punishable by a fine only, Secs. 13A-12-213, 13A-12-214 am'd.Patricia Todd02/21/2017
HB267St. Clair Co., personnel board, Act 1729, 1971 Reg. Sess., Act 739, 1978 Reg. Sess., Act 831, 1978 Reg. Sess., Act 79-243, 1979 Reg. Sess., Act 81-72, 1981 Reg. Sess., repealedJim Hill03/16/2017Signed
HB268St. Clair Co., sheriff, compensationJim Hill03/16/2017Signed
HB266Tax Tribunal, exempt from parts of Ala. Admin. Procedure Act re declaratory judgments or rulings, contested cases, Sec. 40-2B-1 am'd.David Faulkner05/17/2017
HB265Ticket sales, use of non-transferable ticketing system auth. under limited circumstances, discrimination against holders of resold tickets prohibited, exceptionsPaul W. Lee04/27/2017
HB264Trusts, qualified trusts expanded to include certain benefits of qualified pension plans, stock bonus plans, and profit sharing plans, exclusion from federal bankruptcy laws, Sec. 19-3B-508 am'd.David Faulkner05/11/2017Signed
HB263Taxation, financial institutions excise tax, formula for apportioning income from business activity inside and outside state, loans and credit cards receivables included as property in this state, Sec. 40-16-4 am'd.Ken Johnson04/13/2017Signed
HB262Cosmetology and Barbering Board, natural hair stylist, licensure requirements based on experience in a licensed shop further provided for, Secs. 34-7B-1, 34-7B-20 am'd.Barbara Drummond05/09/2017Signed
HB261Criminal witnesses, contact with by criminal defendant prohibited without notice to prosecutor, penalties for violations, Defense Initiated Victims Outreach initiative, funding of by public funds prohibited, Sec. 15-23-73 am'd.Lynn Greer02/16/2017
HB260Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, reduce appeal time, Fair Justice ActLynn Greer05/17/2017
HB259Jurors, service in criminal cases, names of sealed, contact by parties with for specified purposes prohibited, procedures for contact with jurors, penalties for violationLynn Greer02/16/2017
HB258Captial offenses, enumerated capital offenses, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.Lynn Greer02/16/2017
HB257Alimony, interim, rehabilitative, and periodic awards of, authorized under certain conditions, applicable after January 1, 2018.Mike Jones04/13/2017Signed
HB256Nursing, Board of, anti-competitive rule making, immunity provided, Sec. 34-21-2.1 addedApril Weaver05/17/2017
HB255Nursing, Board of, loan repayment program for advanced-practice nurses, loan program authorized for certain currently certified nurses, Sec. 34-21-96 am'd.April Weaver05/17/2017
HB254Nursing, Board of, investigators granted power of peace officers, and authorized to enforce controlled substance laws, Secs. 20-2-90, 34-21-2 am'd.April Weaver05/17/2017
HB253Education, State Dept. of Education and Alabama Dept. of Rehabilitation Services, to consult with Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind to select language developmental milestones and monitor and track progress of deaf and hard-of-hearing childrenMargie Wilcox02/16/2017
HB252County Superintendent of Education, prohibition against additional employment removed, Sec. 16-9-12 am'd.Danny Crawford05/11/2017
HB251Motor vehicles, license plates, validation decals to include year and month, electronic format for receipts, dealers, issuance of temporary plates, renewals not required to verify vehicle identification number, Secs. 32-6-63, 32-6-65, 32-6-211, 32-7A-17, 40-12-253, 40-12-258, 40-12-260 am'd.Randy Wood05/02/2017Signed
HB250Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact, established, Sec. 22-18-50 added; Sec. 22-18-6 am'd.Chris Sells05/17/2017Signed
HB248Montgomery, Red Light Safety Act, repealed, Act 2009-740, 2009 Reg. Sess., repealed; Acts 2011-298 and 2011-337, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd; Act 2016-117, 2016 Reg. Sess., am'd.John F. Knight Jr02/16/2017
HB249Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, require vehicles to move over when approaching a parked Department of Transportation vehicle, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.Chris Sells05/17/2017
HB247Class 3 municipality, city council, police misconduct, investigation procedures for police shootingJohn F. Knight Jr05/17/2017
HB246Railroad crossing, requirement to stop, approach of other on-track equipment covered, Secs. 32-5A-150, 32-5A-151, 32-5A-152 am'd.Napoleon Bracy04/20/2017
HB245Schools, Alabama School Choice and Student Opportunity Act, appointing authorities for memberships on commission revised, State Dept. of Ed. to annually publish list of registered authorizers, statewide deadlines on timeline provided further, authorizers permitted to encourage proposals with specific approach or theme, execution time for charter contract extended from 60 to 120 days, operational funding provisions revised, Secs. 16-6F-6, 16-6F-7, 16-6F-10 am'd.Terri Collins05/17/2017
HB244Fiduciary funds, unclaimed, paid to circuit clerk for holding, Sec. 19-3-87 am'd.Bill Poole02/16/2017
HB243Attorneys, indigent defense fees, waiver of maximum allowed fee by trial court or Director in Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-21 am'd.Paul Beckman05/17/2017
HB242Workers' compensation, exemptions, persons exempted, Sec. 25-5-50 am'd.Danny Garrett05/17/2017Signed
HB241Extradition, person in the state charged with a crime in another state, further provided for, requirement for indictment deleted, Sec. 15-9-34 am'd.Allen Treadaway03/07/2017
HB239Child custody, parenting plan required in all cases, court established plan in certain cases, remedies for violations of plan, Sec. 30-3-158 added; Secs. 30-3-150, 30-3-151, 30-3-152, 30-3-153 am'd.Jim Hill04/27/2017
HB240Employees' Retirement System, certain law enforcement officers of ALEA reclassified as Tier II state policeman, Sec. 41-27-7 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/17/2017
HB238Taxation, sales and use tax exemptions, exempt proceeds from sale of gold, silver, and platinum bullion and coins, Secs. 40-23-4, 40-23-62 am'd.Lynn Greer05/17/2017
HB237Capital crimes, aggravating circumstances if victim of a capital offense was a law enforcement or correctional officer, firefighter, paramedic, or emergency medical technician, Sec. 13A-6-22.2 addedPhillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB236Competitive bids, Internet procedures required under certain conditions, Secs. 39-2-2, 41-16-50 am'd.Randy Davis02/14/2017
HB234Motor vehicles, abandoned, contests, notice of appeal required to be filed in circuit court in county where sale is scheduled, Tax Tribunal, not subject to declaratory judgment, declaratory ruling, or contested case provisions of Admin. Procedure Act, Sec. 40-2B-1.1 added; Sec. 32-13-4 am'd.David Faulkner05/19/2017Signed
HB235Self Defense, person who actively pursues an aggressor after the initial confrontation is not justified in using physical force in self defense or in defense of another, Trayvon Martin Act, Sec.13A-3-23 am'd.Merika Coleman02/14/2017
HB233Taxation, provide income tax deduction, military stationed out of stateDavid Faulkner02/14/2017
HB232Engineers and Land Surveyors, legislative intent regarding rule-making authority of Board of Licensure for provided regarding antitrust laws, Sec. 34-11-35.1 addedDavid Sessions05/17/2017
HB231Engineers and Land Surveyors, legislative intent regarding rule-making authority of Board of Licensure for provided regarding antitrust laws, Sec. 34-11-35.1 addedDavid Sessions05/17/2017Signed
HB229Criminal procedure, murder of firefighter or first responder in the line of duty makes a capital offense, Sec. 13A-5-40 am'd.Corey Harbison05/17/2017
HB230Class 2 municipalities, low-speed vehicles, mun. authorized to provide for operation on municipal streets by ordinanceChris Pringle04/11/2017Signed
HB228Hate crimes, enhanced penalties expanded to include crimes motivated by victim's actual or perceived employment as a law enforcement officer, Sec. 13A-5-13 am'd.John W. Rogers02/14/2017
HB227Motor vehicles, removal of child or incapacitated person from locked vehicle, immunity under certain conditionsJohn W. Rogers05/02/2017Signed
HB226State Holidays, observing Robert E. Lee's birthday on fourth Monday in April, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.John W. Rogers02/14/2017
HB225Teachers, teaching certificates, revocation, State Superintendent of Education to coordinate with Criminal Justice Information Center in identifying any teachers convicted of a felony, State Superintendent required to notify school districts, Sec. 16-23-5 am'd.; Act 2010-264, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.John W. Rogers02/14/2017
HB223Alabama Lottery and Alabama Lottery Corporation estab., gaming regulated at racetracks where pari-mutuel wagering currently legal, state gross receipts tax and local gross receipts tax levied, tax on vendors of gaming equipment levied, disposition of proceeds provided, Alabama Lottery and Gaming Commission created to regulate and administer gaming, Governor authorized to negotiate a compact with Poarch Band of Indians, constitutional amendmentJohn W. Rogers02/14/2017
HB224Hate crimes, enhanced penalties expanded to include crimes motivated by victim's actual or perceived employment as a law enforcement officer or firefighter, Sec. 13A-5-13 am'd.John W. Rogers02/14/2017
HB222Ethics law, municipalities auth. to rehire retired law enforcement officers and firefighters if auth. by local law, notice to Ethics Commission, Sec. 36-25-13 am'd.Allen Treadaway05/17/2017Signed
HB221Transportation Commission, established, members, duties, compensation, appointment of Transportation Department director, department not subject to Budget Management Act, Secs. 23-1-21, 23-1-21.2 am'd.Matt Fridy05/17/2017
HB219Occupancy tax, transient defined, leases expressly exempt from tax, Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.Ken Johnson05/17/2017
HB220Motor vehicles, Dept. of Transportation authorize under certain conditions to recover damages for damaging a highway, damage further defined, Sec. 32-5-9 am'd.Becky Nordgren02/14/2017
HB218Motor vehicles, Anti-Road Rage Act, established, right side driving required, exceptions, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB217Public K-12 education, absence for student playing Taps at funeral of veteran is excused, Sec. 16-28-13 am'd.Mack N. Butler05/17/2017
HB216Mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect, firefighters required to report, Sec. 26-14-3 am'd.Mack N. Butler05/17/2017
HB215Money transmission services, regulation and licensing by Securities Commission, approval of authorized delegates, fees, exemptions, duties, penalties, Sec. 8-7-1 repealed; Secs. 8-7A-1 to 8-7A-27, inclusive, addedKen Johnson05/17/2017Signed
HB213Municipalities, motor vehicles, automated photographic parking enforcement, authorized, procedures, adoption of municipal ordinances, civil fines, municipal court jurisdiction, appealsJack Williams05/17/2017
HB214Motor vehicles, accidents, when no apparent physical injury, driver authorized to move motor vehicle from roadway, Department of Transportation employees authorized to assist in moving disabled vehicle, immunity, Sec. 32-10-1 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/18/2017Signed
HB212Funeral Services, Board of, membership of board revised, provide further for definitions, require further for the licensing and regulation of crematories and cremationists, and other technical nonsubstantive changes, Secs. 34-13-56.1, 34-13-117, 34-13-120.1, 34-13-123 added; Secs. 34-13-1, 34-13-3, 34-13-8, 34-13-10, 34-13-11, 34-13-20, 34-13-21, 34-13-23, 34-13-25, 34-13-26, 34-13-29, 34-13-31, 34-13-51 to 34-13-57, inclusive, 34-13-70, 34-13-71, 34-13-74, 34-13-91, 34-13-110 to 34-13-113, inclusive, 34-13-115, 34-13-116, 34-13-120, 34-13-121, 34-13-130 to 34-13-132, inclusive, 34-13-134 am'd.K.L. Brown05/18/2017Signed
HB211Medicaid, inmates in county jails and under juvenile court, Medicaid eligibility suspended, not terminated, temporary reinstatement for medical care, payment of courtChris England05/03/2017Signed
HB209Daphne, corp. limits, alt.Randy Davis04/13/2017Signed
HB210Pistol permits, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), creation of database for law enforcement, submission of info by sheriffBarbara Bigsby Boyd02/14/2017
HB208Divorce, retirement benefits, valuation and distribution, Sec. 30-2-51 am'd.Merika Coleman04/13/2017Signed
HB207Attorneys, requiring an attorney to disclose to a client whether he or she has a current malpractice insurance policyMerika Coleman02/14/2017
HB206Juveniles, court proceedings, restraints prohibited unless certain conditions metMerika Coleman02/14/2017
HB205Death penalty, moratorium on imposition and execution not to exceed three years, procedure for administeringMerika Coleman02/14/2017
HB204Assault in the third degree, if assault is committed by a person 21 years of age or older against a person who is less than 18 years of age on school property, school bus, or at a school-sponsored function, penalties increased, Sec. 13A-6-22 am'd.Merika Coleman02/14/2017
HB203Schedule I controlled substances, Fentanyl and Fentanyl analogues included, criminal penalties for trafficking, Secs. 13A-12-211, 13A-12-231, 20-2-23 am'd.April Weaver05/19/2017
HB202Animals, dogs, humane treatment of, humane tethering device, limited immunityJim Patterson02/14/2017
HB200Taxation, Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain, Inc., exempt from state, co. and municipal sales and use taxesBecky Nordgren02/14/2017
HB201Animals, cruelty to dogs and cats, shelter defined, Sec. 13A-11-240 am'd.Jim Patterson05/17/2017
HB199Competitive bidding, required for Dept. of Transportation road projects in excess of $250,000, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.Chris Sells05/17/2017
HB198Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2016, Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the Department of Education and Alabama Community College SystemBill Poole05/17/2017
HB197Talladega College, appropriationBill Poole02/14/2017
HB196Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriationBill Poole02/14/2017
HB195Tuskegee University, appropriationBill Poole02/14/2017
HB194Condemnation actions, statute of limitations, Sec. 6-2-38 am'd.Matt Fridy05/17/2017
HB193State departments or agencies, state employees and contractors with access to federal tax information, current and applicants, subject to state and national criminal history records checks, fingerprints required, request to be made to ALEA, fees, reports of results returned to departments or agencies, confidential and excluded from public record public disclosure requirementsKyle South05/04/2017Signed
HB191Blount Co., sheriff authorized to sell certain abandoned, unclaimed, or stolen property, and firearms, notice, record keeping requirement, distribution of funds for law enforcement purposesDavid Standridge04/27/2017Signed
HB192Blount Co., solid waste, portion of fees collected to be distrib. to Blount Co. Commission, distrib. to volunteer fire depts., and rescue squads, Sec. 45-5-171 am'd.David Standridge04/13/2017Signed
HB190Motor vehicle dealers, new franchise act, recall repairs, payments for used vehicles of same make, payment to hold under Stop-Sale Order if parts not available, Sec. 8-20-7.1 addedRon Johnson04/06/2017
HB189Voter Registration lists, process to update current address information revised based on information supplied by United States Postal Service, Sec. 17-4-30 am'd.Paul Beckman05/17/2017
HB188Class 5 municipality, governing body authorized to establish two entertainment districts within corporate limits, Sec. 28-3A-17.1 am'd.Chris Blackshear02/14/2017
HB186Voter identification, exemption for religious objection, created, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.Kerry Rich05/17/2017
HB187Driver's licenses and similar cards, applicant for new or renewal, inclusion of emergency contact information in records of Alabama State Law Enforcement AgencyK.L. Brown05/17/2017
HB185Class 2 municipalities, entertainment districts, authorized to have five, licensed premises further defined, Sec. 28-3A-17.1 am'd.James E. Buskey03/16/2017Signed
HB184Hunting, authorize the taking of whitetail deer or feral swine by means of bait, Secs. 9-11-244, 9-11-245 am'd.Jack W. Williams04/13/2017
HB183Alabama Justice Information Commission, requirement for Secretary of Ala. State Law Enforcement Agency, deleted, Sec. 41-9-593 am'd.Chris Sells04/13/2017
HB182Indigent defense, juvenile court, guardian ad litems, maximum atty fee for services raised, Sec. 15-12-21 am'd.April Weaver05/17/2017
HB181Taxation, exempt small business owners having personal business property of less than $20,000 from taxNathaniel Ledbetter02/09/2017
HB180Briarwood Presbyterian Church, authorized to hire certified law enforcement officersArnold Mooney05/17/2017
HB179Water districts, tax exemption further provided for, Sec. 11-89-16 am'd.Isaac Whorton05/17/2017Signed
HB178Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2017, use of allocation pursuant to Section 41-15B-2.2 and this act, tobacco settlement revenues deposited in fund within 30 days of receipt, Finance Director to notify each agency of allocation, appropriations conditional on tobacco revenues, appropriation of additional tobacco settlement funds, audit, Children's Affairs Department to report to Legislature and Children's Policy Council, appropriations from General Fund to various entities contingent upon adoption of const. amend. proposed by SB147, 2012 Reg. Sess.Pebblin W. Warren05/09/2017Signed
HB177State Employees' Health Insurance Plan and Public Education Employees' Health Insurance Plan, creation of the Public Employees' Health Insurance Board to govern the plans, membership and qualifications, revision of membership of the Public Education Flexible Employee Benefits Board, the Healthcare Data Advisory Council, and the Alabama Prescription Cost Initiative, Sec. 36-29-2 repealed; Secs. 9-10A-20, 11-91-8, 11-91A-1, 11-91A-2, 11-91A-4 to 11-91A-7, inclusive, 12-5A-9, 16-13-231, 16-25A-1, 16-25A-2, 16-25A-2.1, 16-25A-3, 16-25A-7, 16-25A-8, 16-25A-15, 16-25A-16, 16-25A-17, 16-25A-42, 22-11A-118, 36-1-6.2, 36-27-6.4, 36-29-1, 36-29-3, 36-29-5, 36-29-6, 36-29-13, 36-29-14, 36-29-14.1, 36-29-15, 36-29-17, 36-29-18, 36-29-19.9, 36-29A-2, 36-34-2, 36-35-3, 36-36-1, 36-36-3, 36-36-4, 36-36-5, 36-36-6, 36-36-7, 41-10-725 am'd.Phillip Pettus02/09/2017
HB176Space, Alabama Space Authority, created within Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, membership and powersHoward Sanderford05/19/2017Signed
HB175Civil immunity, providing for to volunteer caregivers for persons with disabilities or chronic illnessesApril Weaver04/27/2017
HB174Hospitals, mailing of directory listing by Public Health Dept., eliminated, Sec. 22-21-33 am'd.April Weaver05/17/2017
HB173Law enforcement officers, unlawful to pull or draw a firearm or other deadly weapon upon, criminal penalties, Secs. 13A-6-21, 13A-6-23 am'd.Connie C. Rowe05/17/2017
HB171Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public educationBill Poole02/09/2017
HB172Animals, required rabies vaccines for canidae or felidae, further provided for, possession of certain canidae or felidae, possession of certain large felidae or wolves, prohibited under certain conditions, penalties, Sec. 3-8-2 added; Sec. 3-8-1 am'd.Connie C. Rowe03/09/2017
HB170Pharmacy, State Board of, practice of pharmacy further regulated, inspectors renamed investigators, maximum fees increased, frequency of drug supply chain registration increased, further regulation of entities within drug supply chain provided, resale of compound drug products prohibited, pharmacy technicians, licensure and regulation, Sec. 34-23-32.2 added; Secs. 34-23-152 to 34-23-157, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 20-2-9, 20-2-190, 34-23-1, 34-23-3, 34-23-9, 34-23-30, 34-23-32, 34-23-32.1, 34-23-33, 34-23-70, 34-23-92, 34-23-131, 34-23-159, 34-23-160, 34-23-162 am'dElaine Beech05/17/2017Signed
HB169Oil and gas, drilling and production units, pooling of interests, deduction from proceeds due nonconsenting owners, assessment of risk compensation fee against nonconsenting owners further provided for, Sec. 9-17-13 am'd.Victor Gaston05/03/2017Signed
HB168Guardianship and Protective Proceeding Uniform Act, disabled persons and minors, leasing of oil, gas, and mineral rights authorized, Sec. 26-2A-137 am'd.James E. Buskey05/02/2017Signed
HB167Credit unions, time frame for periodic examination by Credit Union Administration extended, Sec. 5-17-8 am'd.Marcel Black04/18/2017
HB165Sumter Co., hazardous waste sites, solid waste fees, distribution, Act 83-480, 1983 Reg. Sess., am'd.Artis McCampbell03/15/2017Signed
HB166Courts, require Judicial Inquiry Commission to submit complaints against Justices of the Supreme Court or Judges on the Court of Criminal or Civil Appeals to the House Judiciary Committee for a decision of further adjudication, const. amend.Paul Beckman02/09/2017
HB164Thomaston, alcoholic beverages, Sunday salesThomas Jackson03/16/2017Signed
HB163Community College System, established as body corporate, eligibility of employees of system and colleges to participate in TRS and PEEHIP clarified, board authorized to acquire and dispose of property, Secs. 16-60-110.1, 16-60-111.4, 16-60-111.10 am'd.Steve McMillan04/13/2017Signed
HB161Motor vehicles, aircraft and vessels, false or secret compartments to unlawfully store firearms or controlled substances prohibited, criminal penalties, forfeitureSteve McMillan05/17/2017
HB162Taxation, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.Steve McMillan02/09/2017
HB160Physician Manpower Initiative, phase in of AL. College of Osteopathic Medicine medical students, scholarships for students who commit to practice family medicine in underserved areas of state, AL. Medical Education Consortium to administer, Dept. of Public Health to fundSteve McMillan02/09/2017
HB159Mortgages, recording fee increased, distrib. to the Alabama Housing Trust Fund and the Alabama Homebuyer's Initiative, Sec. 40-22-2 am'd.Patricia Todd02/09/2017
HB158Petroleum products, inspection fees, bonded distributor replaced by an inspection fee permit holder, bonding requirement deleted, Secs. 8-17-80, 8-17-87, 8-17-96, 8-17-97, 8-17-99, 8-17-101 am'd.Jimmy Martin05/03/2017Signed
HB157Appropriations, supplemental for fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2017, appropriations to the Alabama Forestry Commission, Forensic Sciences Dept., Insurance Dept., and Board of Prosthetics and OrthoticsKyle South05/17/2017Signed
HB156Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports requiredElaine Beech05/09/2017Signed
HB155General Fund budget, appropriations for other functions of government, debt service, and capital outlay for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018.Steve Clouse05/16/2017Signed
HB154Fetal Heartbeat Act, prohibits physician from performing abortion after heartbeat has been detected; abortion further defined, penaltiesTerri Collins02/09/2017
HB153Education, civics test, requirement for graduation from high schoolTerri Collins05/17/2017
HB152Competitive bid law for state and local agencies, purchase of electronic data bases of manuscripts, books, maps, pamphlets, or periodicals, exempt from, Sec. 41-16-51 am'd.Barbara Bigsby Boyd05/19/2017Signed
HB151Marine Police Division, transfer from ALEA to Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., Sec. 41-27-6 am'd.Chris Sells05/17/2017
HB150Board of Registrars, guidelines revised, diverse appointments required, ineligibility for service, compensation revised, hours of operation, Sec. 17-3-2, 17-3-3, 17-3-4, 17-3-5, 17-3-8 am'd.Alan Baker03/07/2017
HB149Henry Co., revenue commissioner, expense allowance for current term, salary increase next term of office, budget functions and operations of office combinedDexter Grimsley02/28/2017Signed
HB148Elections, Election Emergency Act, establish, suspension or delay election in emergency, authorized, Secs. 17-9-70 to 17-9-72, inclusive, addedDavid Standridge05/17/2017
HB146Opticians, contact lens fitters, certification required, penalties providedHarry Shiver02/07/2017
HB147Schools, students, authorized to use sunscreen at schoolRon Johnson04/13/2017
HB145Real property, tax sales, excess funds, redemption payments, application to all funds held by a county, retroactive effect regardless of when tax sale occurred, Sec. 40-10-28 am'd.Randy Wood03/09/2017
HB144Child support, domestic relations cases, apointment of court referee by circuit court, Sec. 12-17-330 am'd.Jim Hill05/17/2017
HB143Mobile Co., co. officers auth. to accept credit card payments, remedies, Act 99-651, 1999 Second Sp. Sess., am'd.David Sessions04/13/2017
HB142Criminal procedure, law enforcement agencies, parental consent required to use minor as a confidential informantCraig Ford02/07/2017
HB140Elections, notification of absentee voter of defective and uncounted ballot, Sec. 17-11-10 am'd.Mike Ball05/17/2017
HB141Criminal procedure, to prohibit release of records of persons eligible for youthful offender status, Sec. 15-19-7 am'd.Craig Ford02/07/2017
HB139Madison Co., dissolve the Huntsville and Madison County railroad authority, const. amend.Mike Ball02/07/2017
HB138Fiduciaries, Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, adopted, fiduciaries, duties with regard to computer files, web domains, virtual currency and other digital assets, Secs. 19-1A-1 to 19-1A-18, inclusive, addedJuandalynn Givan05/11/2017Signed
HB137Hunting, bait, authorize the taking of whitetail deer or feral swine by means of bait, landowners given certain authority, Secs. 9-11-244, 9-11-245 am'd.Jack W. Williams02/07/2017
HB136Municipality, council-manager form of gov., council-manager act of 1982, composition of council, alternate forms, Sec. 11-43A-8 am'd.David Faulkner05/03/2017
HB135Taxation, sales and use taxes, Southern Research Institute exempt from state, county, and municipal taxesJim Carns05/17/2017
HB134Alcoholic beverages, wine and beer, authorize tastings in grocery stores, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 addedDavid Faulkner02/07/2017
HB133Wineries, licensing, operation authorized in dry countiesLynn Greer02/07/2017
HB131Sonogram, specific information regarding unborn child, required notice, penalty for violation, Ultrasound Access ActKerry Rich02/07/2017
HB132Sales tax holiday for school items, dates amended to July, Secs. 40-23-211, 40-23-213 am'd.Lynn Greer03/15/2017
HB130United Way and united appeal funds, tax exemption from all taxes, certain existing funds deemed included, Tax Exemption Reform Act of 2017, Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.Terri Collins04/06/2017
HB129Environment, Alabama Legacy for Environmental Research Trust, abolished, Sec. 22-30B-19 repealedRon Johnson05/17/2017
HB128Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.Paul Beckman02/07/2017
HB127Alcoholic beverages, add'l type of community development district, established, marina included, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.James E. Buskey02/07/2017
HB125Jacksonville, alcoholic beverages, sale everyday of the week, regulation by city authorizedK.L. Brown04/06/2017Signed
HB126Jacksonville Civil Service Board, compensation of board members, review of employee files, review of applicants and filling of vacancies, discharge of probationary employees, authority of mayor and administrator, and office space within city provided for, Secs. 45-8A-71.04, 45-8A-71.05, 45-8A-71.06, 45-8A-71.08 to 45-8A-71.15, inclusive, am'd.K.L. Brown03/14/2017Signed
HB124Home Builders Licensure Board, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Victor Gaston03/07/2017Signed
HB123Podiatry, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Victor Gaston03/07/2017Signed
HB121Medical Examiners and Medical Licensure Commission, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Laura Hall03/07/2017Signed
HB122Marriage and Family Therapy, Board of Examiners in, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Victor Gaston03/07/2017Signed
HB120Behavior Analyst Licensing Board, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2020.Laura Hall03/07/2017Signed
HB119Interior Designers, Alabama Board for Registered, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Laura Hall03/07/2017Signed
HB118Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Board of Examiners for, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Randall Shedd03/07/2017Signed
HB117Athletic Trainers, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Randall Shedd03/07/2017Signed
HB116Veterinary Medical Examiners, State Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Randall Shedd03/07/2017Signed
HB115Optometry, Alabama Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Randall Shedd03/07/2017Signed
HB113Chiropractic Examiners, State Board of, Sunset Law review, continued with modification until October 1, 2021, Sec. 34-24-165 am'd.Margie Wilcox02/28/2017Signed
HB114Interpreters and Transliterators, Licensure Board for, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Margie Wilcox02/28/2017Signed
HB112Hearing Instrument Dealers, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Margie Wilcox02/28/2017Signed
HB111Physical Therapy, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Jim Patterson02/28/2017Signed
HB110Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Examiners of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Jim Patterson02/28/2017Signed
HB109Manufactured Housing Commission, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Jim Patterson02/28/2017Signed
HB108Elevator Safety Review Board, Sunset law review, continued with modification until October 1, 2018, inspectors, Labor Dept. to establish qualifications by rule, Secs. 25-13-2, 25-13-6, 25-13-9 am'd.Jim Patterson03/07/2017Signed
HB107Dental Examiners, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2019.Howard Sanderford02/28/2017Signed
HB106Pharmacy, State Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2019.Howard Sanderford02/28/2017Signed
HB104Geologist, Board of Licensure for Professional, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Howard Sanderford02/28/2017Signed
HB105Nursing, Board of, Sunset law review, continued with modification until October 1, 2021, Sec. 34-21-2 am'd.Howard Sanderford02/28/2017Signed
HB103Houston Co., revenue commissioner, add'l expense allowance and salary, Sec. 45-35-240 repealedPaul W. Lee03/07/2017Signed
HB102Water, sewer, and fire protection authorities, addition of territory in adjoining co., addition of member to board of directors may be waived by co. commission, Sec. 11-88-5 am'd.Paul W. Lee05/18/2017Signed
HB101Firearms, pistol permits, honorably discharged veterans authorized to receive at no charge, Sec. 13A-11-75.1 am'd.Paul W. Lee02/07/2017
HB100Americans First Act, clarifying status of institutions of higher education as agencies of state under Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act and required to comply with all immigration laws or be subject to forfeiture of certain funds, Sec. 31-13-5.1 addedPhil Williams03/15/2017
HB99Memorial Preservation Act, monuments prohibited from relocation or removal, Alabama Committee on Memorial Preservation createdKyle South02/07/2017
HB98Children, Alabama's commitment to the right to life of unborn children, affirmed, const amend.Matt Fridy04/27/2017Signed
HB97Alabama Network of Statewide Workforce and Education, related statistics, answers, data system established and operated, maintained by Office of Edu. and Workforce Statistics in Dept. of Labor, to provide education and workforce training for Alabama residents, confidentiality protected, advisory board createdTerri Collins05/17/2017
HB96Suicide, Assisted Suicide Ban Act, established, person or health care provider prohibited from deliberately providing aid in dying under certain conditions, civil and criminal penaltiesMack N. Butler04/27/2017Signed
HB95Health care providers, authorized to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, exceptions, Health Care Rights of Conscience ActArnold Mooney04/20/2017Signed
HB94Insurance Dept. Risk-Based Capital Act, information obtained privileged, Holding Company System Regulatory Act, exception for enterprise reports deleted, Commissioner authorized to share information with NAIC, legal authority for group-wide supervisor for international insurance groups, Sec. 27-29-6.2 added; Secs. 27-2B-9, 27-29-1, 27-29-4, 27-29-7 am'd.Kerry Rich04/27/2017Signed
HB93Motor vehicles, seat belt use required for each occupant while vehicle is in motion, Secs. 32-5B-4 am'd.Mike Holmes05/17/2017
HB92District courts, jurisdictional limit increased, filing fees and docket fees revised, Secs. 12-11-30, 12-12-30, 12-19-71, 12-19-72 am'd.Paul Beckman04/27/2017
HB91Animal, companion, killed or injured by caretaker, liability establishedJack Williams02/07/2017
HB90Board of Registrars, guidelines revised, diverse appointments required, ineligibility for service, compensation revised, hours of operation, Sec. 17-3-2, 17-3-3, 17-3-4, 17-3-5, 17-3-8 am'd.Alan Baker02/07/2017
HB89School safety, Education Dept. required to develop and implement electronic notification system for input of emergency informationAlan Baker05/19/2017Signed
HB88Homicide, crime of homicide by vehicle or vessel, created, penalties, Marshall James Walton Highway Safety ActChris Pringle05/17/2017
HB87Revenue Dept., tax returns, tax refund fraud, provisions to combat identity theft, standardizing tax returns and license applications, authorized, penalties for checks or electronic funds not paid, Secs. 40-29-130, 40-30-7 added; Sec. 40-18-79, 40-29-70 am'd.Steve McMillan04/27/2017Signed
HB86Judge of probate, counties where judge is an attorney, probate court to have same contempt powers as circuit court, Sec. 12-13-9 am'd.Matt Fridy05/17/2017Signed
HB85Eyeglasses, over-the-counter eyeglasses, nonprescription glasses further defined, sale regulated, enforcementMatt Fridy03/15/2017
HB84Livestock markets and dealers, language updated and duplicative permitting requirements repealed, Secs. 2-15-93, 2-15-95, 2-15-115 to 2-15-127, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 2-15-41, 2-15-61, 2-15-91, 2-15-92, 2-15-131, 2-15-133 am'd.David Sessions04/27/2017Signed
HB83Use tax, simplified sellers, procedures for collection and distribution of proceeds from out-of-state sellers, six month deferral deleted, disclosures re eligible sellers, reporting, Sec. 40-23-197.1 added; Secs. 40-2-11, 40-23-191, 40-23-193, 40-23-195 am'd.Rod Scott04/06/2017
HB82State Bd. of Pharmacy, licensed pharmacists authorized to dispense interchangeable or therapeutically equivalent substitutes for biological products, Secs. 34-23-1, 34-23-8 am'd.Ron Johnson02/07/2017
HB81Gas, natural gas, conversion of motor vehicles for operating on compressed natural or liquefied gas, extended weight allowances, Sec. 32-9-20 am'd.Kyle South05/17/2017
HB80Motor vehicles, certificate of title, mailing via registered mail, postage paid by applicant requesting, Secs. 32-8-6, 32-8-35 am'd.Laura Hall02/07/2017
HB79Voter registration, automatic, authorizedLaura Hall02/07/2017
HB78Municipalities, local school boards, bond financing agreements, to complete a bond financing review form, acknowledgment of certain factors, form submitted to Examiners of Public Accounts DepartmentChris Sells05/17/2017
HB77Local Government Training Institute, bd. of director, two add'l members appointed by Assoc. of Co. Commissions, quorum, expanded to include certification of co. employees and programs, Sec. 11-3-45 am'd.Chris Blackshear05/19/2017Signed
HB76Environmental Management Dept., centralized waste treatment facilities, permits, bond or financial assurance further provided for, provisions for fees based on cost to treat repealed, Secs. 22-25C-1, 22-25C-2 am'd.Ron Johnson05/17/2017
HB75Wholesale to Retail Accountability Program (WRAP) established, standardized reporting of beer and wine distributors and sellers of tobacco products for resale purposes, industry advisory group establishedRon Johnson05/03/2017Signed
HB74Civil Rights, provide right of a person to be free from discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or familial status; remedies providedChris England02/07/2017
HB73Randolph Co., Industrial Development Council estab., membs., terms, duties, funding, distrib of tobacco taxBob Fincher02/28/2017Signed
HB72Cooperatives, formation of registration as nonprofit corp. required, governing documents, assessments, liens, homestead exemption, Cooperative Housing Corporation Act of 2016, Secs. 35-8C-1 to 35-8C-11, inclusive, 40-9-19.2 addedChris Pringle05/17/2017
HB71Warrantless arrests, authorized for a person trespassing on property of an educational institution, Secs. 13A-7-1 am'd.Bill Poole03/15/2017
HB70Age of majority, lowered to 18 years, to retain the age limitation for tobacco sales, Secs. 26-1-1, 13A-12-3Bill Poole02/28/2017
HB69Counties and municipalities, competitive bids, heavy equipment or vehicle, add exception for repair by dealer or authorized service center, Sec. 41-16-52 am'd.Steve Hurst05/19/2017Signed
HB68Capital crimes, aggravating circumstances if victim of a capital offense was a law enforcement or correctional officer, Sec. 13A-5-49 am'd.Chris Sells02/07/2017
HB67Child abuse, aggravated, age of child raised to 12 years for purposes of charging with Class A felony, Sec. 26-15-3.1 am'd.Chris Sells02/07/2017
HB66Fire protection sprinkler systems, State Fire Marshal authorized to issue permits to certain fire protection sprinkler contractors, further authorized, system plans and any changes designed by licensed engineer, certain data collected and published by State Fire Marshal required, Secs. 34-33-1, 34-33-2, 34-33-4, 34-33-5, 34-33-6, 34-33-7, 34-33-9, 34-33-10 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/02/2017Signed
HB65Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteriaJim Hill02/28/2017
HB64Juvenile court, juveniles tried as adults, cases dismissed if no indictment for predicate offenses, refiled in juvenile court under certain conditions, Secs. 12-15-204 am'd.Jim Hill02/07/2017
HB63Alimony, termination upon remarriage or co-habitation, requirement of cohabitation with opposite sex removed, Sec. 30-2-55 am'd.Jim Hill05/17/2017
HB62Municipality, telecommunication services, right-of-way, compensation required to be cost based, Sec. 11-50B-3 am'd.Elaine Beech02/07/2017
HB61Marriage and Family Therapy Board, practice of marriage and family therapy further defined to include diagnosis of mental and emotional problems, certain limitations deleted, Sec. 34-17A-3 am'd.Randy Davis05/11/2017
HB60Veterans, awarded the Silver Star or Bronze Star, distinctive license plates, requirement for proof on form DD214 deleted, Sec. 32-6-250.1 added; Secs. 32-6-250, 32-6-251 am'd.Randall Shedd05/19/2017Signed
HB59Fire safety, sky lanterns, prohibited near public gatherings, penaltiesRon Johnson05/17/2017Signed
HB58Drugs, prescription, exempt from business license tax based on gross receipts, Sec. 40-23-4.1 am'd.Ron Johnson05/17/2017
HB57Community development districts, alcoholic beverages authorized, add'l types of districts authorized in wet county for Sunday sales, resort property meeting certain criteria, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.Ron Johnson05/17/2017
HB56Municipal public housing authorities, non-profit affiliates of, limited immunity extended to, Sec. 24-1-27 am'd.Kyle South05/11/2017Signed
HB55Securities Commission, directors salary to be fixed by commission with approval of State Personnel Board, Sec. 8-6-56 am'd.Kyle South02/07/2017
HB54Law enforcement officers, required to undergo 40 hours of Crisis Intervention Training, refresher course required every 5 years, administered by Alabama Peace Officers' Training CommissionMike Ball02/07/2017
HB53Schools, nutrition, federal funds, use for farm to school program for farm products, competitive bid exception based on federal small purchase threshold, Secs. 16-1-46, 16-13B-2 am'd.Elaine Beech05/17/2017Signed
HB52Education, compensation, high school athletic coach limited to 75 percent of principals compensationCraig Ford02/07/2017
HB51Pistol permits, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), creation of database for law enforcement, submission of info by sheriffBarbara Bigsby Boyd02/07/2017
HB50Law enforcement, allegations of excessive force, Ala. Criminal Justice Information System to collect data on, reports to legislative committeesBarbara Bigsby Boyd05/19/2017Signed
HB49Driving under the influence, Alabama Head and Spinal Cord Injury Trust Fund, make fine imposed for DUI violation mandatory, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/17/2017
HB47Community development districts, add'l types authorized, marina on lake and resort with public golf courses, included under certain conditions, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.James E. Buskey05/17/2017Signed
HB48Income tax credits, increase for rural physicians and dentists, Secs. 40-18-130 to 40-18-132, inclusive, am'd.April Weaver02/07/2017
HB46Tax preparers, required to provide federal identification number on Alabama income tax returns, buisness privilege tax return date made the same for state and federal returns, the maximum business privilege tax amount for a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT); the name of the Taxpayer Advocate changed to the Taxpayer Assistance Officer, and allows for multiple Taxpayer Assistance Officers, Alabama Taxpayer Protection and Assistance Act, Secs. 40-14A-22, 40-14A-25 am'd.Rod Scott05/17/2017Signed
HB45Dog or cat breeders, Alabama Dog or Cat Breeders Commission, established, appointments made by Commissioner of Dept. of Agriculture and Industries, duties, exemptions, rule-making authority, Alabama Dog and Cat Breeders Commission Fund, established in State TreasuryK.L. Brown02/07/2017
HB44Sales and use tax on food, exempt from, beginning September 1, 2017John F. Knight Jr02/07/2017
HB43St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages, beer tax, distribution of proceeds of the uniform beer tax, Sec. 28-3-190 am'd.Jim Hill04/06/2017
HB42District courts, jurisdictional limit increased, filing fees and docket fees revised, Secs. 12-11-30, 12-12-30, 12-19-71, 12-19-72 am'd.Jim Hill02/07/2017
HB41Crimes and offenses, utilities, sewer services, diversion or unauthorized use, theft of services and tampering with availability of utility services, Secs. 13A-8-10, 13A-8-23 am'd.Jim Hill05/17/2017
HB40Public works projects, bidding preference for local contractors, authorized, Sec. 39-2-6 am'd.Jim Hill02/07/2017
HB39County jails, prisoners, commitments, sheriff report to clerk and presiding judge with certain time frame, include date and time of commitment, Sec. 14-6-15 am'd.Jim Hill05/17/2017
HB38Indigent Defense Advisory Boards, immunity for board members, annual meetings required, governing rules to be adopted by the Office of Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-4 am'd.Jim Hill05/17/2017
HB37Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, authorities, inactive or inoperable, abolished, Secs. 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, 41-23-23 am'd; Secs. 2-7-1 to 2-7-7, inclusive, 2-13A-1, 2-13A-2, 4-2A-1 to 4-2A-23, inclusive, 9-6A-1 to 9-6A-10, inclusive, 9-12-142, 9-13-25, 14-1-18, 16-18A-1 to 16-18A-13, inclusive, 16-25A-13, 16-55-20 to 16-55-24, inclusive, 22-4A-1 to 22-4A-7, inclusive, 22-18-20 to 22-18-23, inclusive, 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, 24-10-8, 24-10-9, 29-2-220 to 29-2-228, inclusive, 32-3-1 to 32-3-7, inclusive, 36-21-140 to 36-21-142, inclusive, 36-36-10, 38-7A-1 to 38-7A-4, inclusive, 40-23-242, 41-9-190 to 41-9-196, inclusive, 41-9-490 to 41-9-498, inclusive, 41-9-570 to 41-9-574, inclusive, 41-9-780 to 41-9-787, inclusive, 41-9-830 to 41-9-833, inclusive, 41-10-200 to 41-10-215, inclusive, 41-10-490 to 41-10-523, inclusive, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, Act 1984-319, Act 1985-138, Act 1985-280, Act 1985-301, Act 1985-811, Act 1987-02, Act 1988-213, Act 1991-259, Act 1991-325, Act 1992-56, Act 1994-764, Act 1996-289, Act 1997-68, Act 1997-818, Act 1998-107, Act 1998-156, Act 2000-8, Act 2001-62, Act 2002-318, Act 2004-421, Act 2004-540, Act 2005-257, Act 2006-430, Act 2007-171, Act 2007-421, Act 2007-507, Act 2007-565, Act 2007-592, Act 2008-25, Act 2008-121, Act 2008-337, Act 2008-386, Act 2009-142, Act 2009-180, Act 2009-794, Act 2009-798, Act 2009-806, Act 2010-458, Act 2010-638, Act 2011-132, Act 2011-356, Act 2012-25, Act 2012-597, Act 2014-194 repealedChris Pringle05/17/2017
HB36Churches, security program established, authorizing designated members to carry firearms, Alabama Peace Officers' Training Commission to administer training, Alabama Church Protection ActLynn Greer04/20/2017
HB35Teachers' Retirement System, retirees, one-time lump sum retirement payment in December 2017, approp. from Edu. Trust Fund in Oct. 2017.Craig Ford02/07/2017
HB34Jefferson Co., cemetery board established, terms defined, members and duties, provided for, funding providedJuandalynn Givan05/19/2017Signed
HB33Probate court, court costs, payable at discretion of court when pleading filed, security deposits for court costs authorized, Sec. 12-19-43 am'd.Juandalynn Givan05/03/2017Signed
HB32Capital cases, sentencing, court prohibited from overriding jury verdict, unanimous vote of jury to recommend death, Secs. 13A-5-45, 13A-5-46, 13A-5-47 am'd.Chris England04/04/2017
HB31Voting, early voting procedure established, all electionsCraig Ford02/07/2017
HB29Driver's licenses issued to persons under age 18, restrictions, penalties for violations of Stage II driver's licenses, revised, Deputy Hart Act, Sec. 32-6-7.2 am'd.Mike Holmes05/17/2017Signed
HB30Elections, early voting, authorize voting during four to six day period immediately preceding election dayCraig Ford02/07/2017
HB28Criminal records, expunged of, eligibility expanded to include add'l offenses and youthful offender adjudications, filing fees, distrib. of fees revised, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2, 15-27-3,15-27-4, 15-27-6, 15-27-7, 15-27-8 am'd.Chris England02/07/2017
HB27Attorneys, allow attorneys with special licenses to do pro bono work, Sec. 34-3-6 am'd.Chris England05/17/2017
HB26Compensation, Alabama Minimum Wage Act, set state minimum wage for hourly and tipped employees, Commissioner of Labor to enforce, establish civil penaltiesJuandalynn Givan02/07/2017
HB25Judge of probate, liability for taking bond or insufficient bond from conservator or personal representative, not liable unless conduct wanton, fraudulent or intentional, Secs. 26-3-13, 43-2-82 am'd.Jim Hill04/13/2017
HB23Taxation, defined contribution deferred compensation plans, certain percentage of benefits exempt from state and local income taxes, Revenue Dept. authorized to adopt administrative rules, Sec. 40-18-19 am'd.Lynn Greer02/07/2017
HB24Child Placing Agency Inclusion Act, state prohibited from discriminating against child care service providers based on religious beliefs, civil remediesRich Wingo04/27/2017Signed
HB22Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, Retired Law Enforcement Officer tag, design of tag, distrib to State Fraternal Order of Police and Peace Officer's Annuity and Benefit FundRandy Wood02/07/2017
HB21Dependent children, Human Resources Dept required to make efforts to place infant of a dependent minor mother with the minor mother in foster care, Sec. 12-15-314 am'd.April Weaver05/17/2017
HB20PEEHIP, amount certified to Governor and Legislature required to be sufficient to fund ensuing year, only if appropriated less than amount requested may board increase costs to consumer or reduce coverage, Sec. 16-26A-8 am'd.Tommy Hanes02/09/2017
HB19Governor, cabinet positions, department heads, assistant cabinet and department head positions, exempt positions, salary increase limited to three percent per year, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.Tommy Hanes02/07/2017
HB18Motor vehicles, commercial vehicles with three or more axels, interstate highways and four-lane highways, outside of municipal corporate limits, required to use right lanes under certain conditions, exception for passing, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/17/2017
HB17Physical Therapy, Board of, powers and duties, rulemaking authority clarified with regard to anticompetitive rules that prioritize patient safety and wellness, Sec. 34-24-193.1 addedRon Johnson05/17/2017
HB16Gaming, tribal compact for gaming, legislative ratification required, const. amend.Barbara Bigsby Boyd02/07/2017
HB15Resisting arrest, arrest only if perpetrator is concurrently arrested for a separate unrelated crime, Sec. 13A-10-41 am'd.Barbara Bigsby Boyd02/07/2017
HB14Class 8 municipalities, elected officials, authorized to designate another person to serve on certain agencies, bds, commissions, and other entities, withdrawal authorizedRandall Shedd05/17/2017Signed
HB13Firearms, purchase of a firearm with intent to deliver to another person who is prohibited by federal or state law from possessing considered a crime, penalties, Sec. 13A-11-58.1 am'd.Juandalynn Givan02/07/2017
HB12Sexual offenses, mandatory minimum sentence of three years imprisonmentJuandalynn Givan02/07/2017
HB11Legislative procedure, requirement that bill must be read at length prior to final passage removed, const. amend.Craig Ford02/07/2017
HB9Youth sports, unpaid and volunteer youth athletics assoc. personnel to complete a youth injury mitigation course annuallyRitchie Whorton02/07/2017
HB10Alabama Public Transportation Trust Fund, established, ADECA required to administer trust fund; Public Transportation Trust Fund Advisory Committee, created.Craig Ford02/07/2017
HB8Driving under the influence, ignition interlock provisions, further provided for, required for persons approved for pretrial diversion, ignition interlock fee for municipal court cases distributed to municipality, fee for indigents lowered, Sec. 32-5A-191, 32-5A-191.4 am'd.Juandalynn Givan02/07/2017
HB7Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditionsTommy Hanes05/17/2017
HB6Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, able bodied adults without dependents, work requirements imposed to receive benefitsAlan Harper02/07/2017
HB5Taxation, check-off contribution to State Park Division of the Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Dept. of Mental Health or the Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/19/2017Signed
HB4Motor vehicles, commercial vehicles with three or more axels, interstate highways and four-lane highways, outside of municipal corporate limits, required to use right lanes under certain conditions, exception for passing, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/17/2017
HB3Public officers and employees, salaries, appointed department heads, cabinet members, personnel board, annual salary increase capped at three percent, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.Tommy Hanes03/16/2017Signed
HB2Trapping animals on public lands, liability limited to injuries caused by traps used on public land in violation of state laws or rules, Sec. 9-11-264 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/17/2017
HB1Retirement, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), options for Tier I and Tier II members to participate, reopened, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 36-27-170, 36-27-171 am'd.Tommy Hanes05/17/2017
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