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2018 Alabama Senate Joint Resolutions

BillTitleSponsorLast ActionSigned

SJR28

Jere L. Beasley Highway, portion of State Road 51, namedGerald O. Dial02-06-2018

SJR29

Reapportionment Office, urged to work with Census Bureau to increase awareness of census programGerald O. Dial01-30-2018

SJR30

Goodson, Mary Lou, 90th birthday, commendedJim McClendon01-30-2018

SJR31

National Board Certified Teacher Day, January 18, 2018, recognizedJim McClendon01-30-2018

SJR33

Brown, Mr. Wallace Lamar and Mrs. Bobby Jean, death mournedJimmy Holley02-01-2018

SJR34

Public Health Dept., sustaining the disapproval by the Joint Committee on Admin. Reg. Review of proposed amendment of Chapter 420-7-2Paul Sanford02-01-2018

SJR35

Forensic Sciences Dept., sustaining the disapproval by the Joint Committee on Admin. Reg. Review of proposed new Rule 370-4-1-.01Paul Sanford02-01-2018

SJR36

United States Postal Service, urged to continue delivery service to individualized curbside boxes in new residential developmentsGerald H. Allen01-25-2018

SJR38

University of Alabama football team, winning the College Football Playoff National Championship, commendedGerald H. Allen02-06-2018

SJR39

Braddock, Coleman Linn, attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, commendedLinda Coleman-Madison02-06-2018

SJR41

Beverage Association, 100th anniversary, recognizedJ. T. Waggoner02-08-2018

SJR42

Corrections Dept., Decatur Community Based Facility and Community Work Center, name change requestedArthur Orr02-27-2018

SJR43

Joint Legislative Task Force on Budget Reform, continuedClyde Chambliss02-20-2018

SJR44

Eating Disorders Awareness Week, February 26 through March 4, 2018, recognizedGerald H. Allen02-06-2018

SJR46

Mike "Doc" Mahan Bridge, on Highway 139 in Brierfield, namedCam Ward02-08-2018

SJR48

Alabama Trails Commission, progress on Pinhoti Trail, commendedGerald O. Dial02-01-2018

SJR53

Matthew Cox Blue Memorial Highway, portion of Alabama Highway 223, namedWilliam M. Beasley02-20-2018

SJR54

Coleman, John, death mournedTrip Pittman02-20-2018

SJR55

Resolution, Local Constitutional Amendment application, Clay Co., sheriff, election to authorize participation in Employees Retirement SystemGerald O. Dial02-13-2018

SJR56

Harold Deon Powell Memorial Highway, portion of U.S. Highway 80 in Macon Co., namedWilliam M. Beasley02-20-2018

SJR57

Davis, Don and his congregation, First Assembly of God in Atmore, commendedGreg Albritton02-27-2018

SJR58

Joint Legislative Task Force on Budget Reform, continuedClyde Chambliss02-13-2018

SJR60

U.S. Senator Doug Jones, disapproving the vote of, on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection ActBill Hightower02-13-2018

SJR62

American Board of Medical Specialities, urged to honor commitment to reduce the cost of the maintenance of certification program on Alabama physiciansTim Melson02-20-2018

SJR65

Scottsboro Rotary Club, 60th anniversary, commendedSteve Livingston03-06-2018

SJR66

Corporal Sidney E. Manning Memorial Highway, portion of Highway 31 in Escambia County, namedGreg Albritton03-06-2018

SJR67

Sergeant William Wayne Seay Memorial Highway, portion of Highway 31 in Escambia County, namedGreg Albritton03-15-2018

SJR68

Sanderson, Winfrey, outstanding achievement, commendedTim Melson02-27-2018

SJR69

PANDA Awareness Day, for certain pediatric health issues, October 9, 2018, recognizedCam Ward03-06-2018

SJR70

Bethlehem Baptist Church, 150th anniversary, commendedCam Ward03-06-2018

SJR71

Aronov, Josephine Ilyssa, commendedDel Marsh02-27-2018

SJR73

Exports, Alabama's record for 2017, commendedJ. T. Waggoner02-27-2018

SJR74

Larson, Barbara Waters, outstanding professional achievement, commendedSteve Livingston03-06-2018

SJR75

Thompson High School Wrestling Team, commendedCam Ward03-06-2018

SJR76

Eating Disorders Awareness Week, February 26 through March 4, 2018, recognizedGerald H. Allen03-06-2018

SJR77

Evidence-based budgeting process, adoptedArthur Orr03-27-2018

SJR78

Meningococcal disease awareness and prevention, recognizedDick Brewbaker03-08-2018

SJR81

Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry Industry, recognizedGerald O. Dial03-21-2018

SJR83

Jones, Ronald L., outstanding professional achievement, commendedArthur Orr03-06-2018

SJR84

Graham, Billy, death mournedTrip Pittman03-06-2018

SJR86

Sanders, Senator Henry "Hank", professional achievement, commendedWilliam M. Beasley03-13-2018

SJR87

Pornography, public health crisis, recognizedBill Hightower03-06-2018

SJR90

State of Character, Alabama redesignatedDel Marsh03-21-2018

SJR92

Alabama School of Fine Arts, commended, on it's 50th anniversary.Rodger Smitherman03-15-2018

SJR93

Ship Clotilda, supporting the finding of and the preservation of AfricatownVivian Davis Figures03-13-2018

SJR95

Kellogg, Terry - CommendedJ. T. Waggoner03-21-2018

SJR96

Boozer, Young, outstanding service, commendedJ. T. Waggoner03-21-2018

SJR97

Bethlehem United Methodist Church - CommendedLinda Coleman-Madison03-20-2018

SJR98

Colleges and universities, state-supported, encouraged to waive out-of-state tuition for dependents of certain disabled service men and women.Gerald O. Dial03-20-2018

SJR99

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, March 2018, recognizedGerald O. Dial03-20-2018

SJR100

Cumbus, Alice Griggs, commendedGerald O. Dial03-21-2018

SJR101

Daylight Saving Time, Congress urged to permanently adoptRusty Glover03-21-2018

SJR102

Second Chance Month, April 2018, recognizedCam Ward03-20-2018

SJR103

Chris Beeker, United States Dept. of Agriculture Director, commended, urged to continue rural state housing developmentsBobby D. Singleton03-21-2018

SJR105

Senator Trip Pittman Interchange, in Baldwin Co., namedGerald O. Dial03-13-2018

SJR107

Alabama School of Fine Arts, commended, on it's 50th anniversary.Rodger Smitherman03-21-2018

SJR108

Republic of Korea, host of the 2018 XXIII Winter Olympic Games and XII Winter Paralympic Games, recognizedBill Hightower03-21-2018

SJR112

Black, David, commendedShay Shelnutt03-21-2018

SJR113

School-based vaccination program, urging State Department of Education to participate inGerald O. Dial03-21-2018

SJR115

Hunkapiller, Katrina, commendedRodger Smitherman03-21-2018

SJR116

Yarborough, Harvey L., commendedPaul Bussman03-21-2018

SJR117

Kuykendahl, Bryce R., commendedPaul Bussman03-28-2018

SJR118

Madison, Nicholas R., commendedGerald H. Allen03-21-2018

SJR119

McCollum, Hardy, outstanding service, commendedGerald H. Allen03-21-2018

SJR121

Brewbaker, Senator Dick, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR122

Holtzclaw, Senator William L., distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR123

Glover, Senator Rusty, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR124

Pittman, Senator Lee "Trip", distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR125

Dial, Senator Gerald, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR126

Hightower, Senator Bill, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR127

Smith, Senator Harri Anne, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR128

Williams, Senator Phillip W., distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR129

Sanders, Senator Hank, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR130

Sandord, Senator Paul, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR131

Blackwell, Senator Slade, distinguished legislative service, commendedDel Marsh03-22-2018

SJR135

Days of Prayer over Alabama Students, first full weekend following the first Friday in August, recognizedArthur Orr03-28-2018

SJR136

Gulf of Mexico, urging United States to expand access toGerald H. Allen03-28-2018

SJR137

Bass, William R., commendedTom Whatley03-21-2018

SJR138

Arthur P. White Memorial Highway, portion of Alabama Highway 35 in DeKalb County, namedGerald O. Dial03-28-2018

SJR141

Pierce, Samuel D., commendedJim McClendon03-28-2018

SJR142

Curtis Wilson-Stephanie Harmon Interlock Act, Senate Bill 1 of the 2018 Regular Session, namedPaul Bussman03-28-2018

SJR143

Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness, recognizedGerald O. Dial03-28-2018

SJR144

Haver, Robert J., commendedGerald H. Allen03-28-2018

SJR145

Reidy, Charles A., commendedJim McClendon03-28-2018

SJR148

Nix, David S., outstanding professional achievement, commendedWilliam M. Beasley03-28-2018

SJR154

Bass, William R., commendedTom Whatley03-28-2018

SJR1

Legislature, committee appointed to escort Governor to joint sessionJ. T. Waggoner01-11-2018

SJR2

Governor, committee appointed to notify that Legislature is in session and ready for the transaction of businessJ. T. Waggoner01-11-2018

SJR3

Borg, Joseph, commendedGerald O. Dial01-11-2018

SJR4

Pinhoti Trail, requesting Dept. of Transportation to place signs in Cleburne Co., forGerald O. Dial01-18-2018

SJR5

Don C. East Memorial Bridge, portion of Highway 48 in Randolph County, namedGerald O. Dial01-18-2018

SJR6

Specification Rubber Products, Inc., 50th anniversary, commendedCam Ward01-18-2018

SJR7

Sergeant William "Troy" Seamon Memorial Highway, portion of U.S. Highway 31 N in Autauga County, namedClyde Chambliss01-18-2018

SJR8

Cahawba, first permanent capital of the state, recognizedHank Sanders01-18-2018

SJR9

St. Stephens, Territorial Capital of Alabama, recognizedGreg Albritton01-18-2018

SJR10

Huntsville, founding capital of the state, recognizedPaul Sanford01-18-2018

SJR11

Ethics, Code of Ethics Reform and Clarification Commission, createdArthur Orr03-22-2018

SJR12

Pornography, public health hazard, recognizedLinda Coleman-Madison01-11-2018

SJR14

Brown, Neal, commendedGerald O. Dial01-11-2018

SJR15

Marion Bailey Brunson, Sr., Memorial Bridge, two new Pea River bridges in Elba, namedJimmy Holley01-18-2018

SJR16

Lake, Robert B., death mournedGerald H. Allen01-18-2018

SJR17

Ross, Senator Quinton T., professional service, recognizedWilliam M. Beasley01-18-2018

SJR18

State firefighter cancer registry database, created by Alabama Fire College, recognizedGerald H. Allen02-01-2018

SJR19

Brown, Neal, commendedGerald O. Dial01-18-2018

SJR20

Bolen, William Ossian, Sr., death mournedJ. T. Waggoner01-30-2018

SJR21

Tuscaloosa, second capital of the State of Alabama, recognizedGerald H. Allen01-30-2018

SJR22

Montgomery, the capital of the State of Alabama, recognizedDick Brewbaker01-30-2018

SJR24

Public Accounts, Legislative Committee conveningDel Marsh01-25-2018

SJR25

Law enforcement officers, recognizedLarry Stutts01-25-2018

SJR26

Martin, Alan J., outstanding professional achievement, commendedGerald H. Allen01-30-2018

SJR27

Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Awareness, recognizedUnknown03-06-2018

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