SR 140

Session
Regular Session 2018
Title
Senate, Special Order Calendar
Subjects
Resolutions, Legislative
Note: Bills that change current law do not show the amended text correctly below. Please view Original PDF to see amended sections: SR 140 - Introduced - PDF

SR140 193858-1 By The Standing Committee on Rules RFD: First Read: 22-MAR-18 193858-1:n:03/22/2018:RULES/sts SPECIAL ORDER CALENDAR BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE, That the following bills in the order named shall be the special, paramount and continuing order of business taking precedence over all other matters until disposed of for the Twenty-third Legislative day only: Page Representative Greer: HB34 52 Churches, use of deadly force authorized, in defense of self or others for certain crimes against church members or volunteers, Alabama Church Protection Act, Secs. 13A-3-20, 13A-3-23 am'd. Representative Collins: HB71 14 Education, Early Childhood Education, secretary, provide qualifications for, Sec. 26-24-2 am'd. Representative Sells: HB158 18 Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, require vehicles to move over when approaching a vehicle with flashing lights, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd. Representative Chesteen: HB260 29 Irrigation equip. or reservoirs for agriculture purposes, income tax credit, eligibility for credit, Sec. 40-18-342 am'd.Representative Lee: HB105 53 Emergency responders, certified peer support member, cer- tain communications privileged, criminal penalties for violation Representative McMillan: HB118 67 Taxation, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, under certain conditions, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd. Representative Butler: HB316 61 Credit Unions, regulation of; voting and notice require- ments for board meetings, provided for, conversion of credit unions chartered in other states to Alabama state chartered credit union, provided for, access provided to certain third-party examination reports, executive ses- sion of boards, provided for, certain public disclosures, provided for, Secs. 5-17-22, 5-17-40, 5-17-45, 5-17-56, 5-17-60, am'd. Representative Knight: HB366 63 Schools, student harassment, Student Harassment Preven- tion Act, name changed to Jamari Terrell Williams Act, expand act to include student against student harassment, intimidation, violence, and threats of violence off of school property, cyberbullying, Secs. 16-28B-1 to 16-28B-5, inclusive, am'd. Representative Chestnut: HB334 32 Health insurance, Local Government Health Insurance Board to provide add'l types of optional health coverages or services, Sec. 11-91A-7 am'd. Representative Sessions: HB421 46 Evictions, reducing notice period for lease termination, expanding list of non-curable defaults, Sec. 35-9A-421 am'd. Representative Ledbetter: HB494 65 Taxation, tax abatements, authorized for data processing centers, extended for five years, Sec. 40-9B-4.1 amd.Representative Weaver: HB429 57 Health care providers, nurse practitioners and nurse mid- wives authorized to sign forms which may be signed by a physician Representative Collins: HB447 57 Task Force, school safety and security, created Representative McClammy: HB388 65 Military Family Jobs Opportunity Act, professional li- censing boards required to issue licenses and certifi- cates to military spouses who hold licenses and certifi- cates from other states, required to issue temporary li- censes and certificates in certain instances when other state has lesser requirements, Sec. 31-1-6 am'd. Representative Lovvorn: HB385 66 Volunteer Rescue Squad Tuition Reimbursement Act of 2018, tuition reimbursement program for emergency medical tech- nician or paramedic certification established Representative Scott: HB470 50 Sales and use tax, Simplified Seller Use Tax Remittance Program, out-of-state vendors, physical presence through acquisition of in-state company authorized, sales of tan- gible personal property subject to sales tax, marketplace facilitators, collection, Secs. 40-23-190, 40-23-191 am'd. Representative Wood: HB418 54 Tax tribunal, motor vehicles and manufactured housing ti- tles, appeal of competing ownership, filed in circuit court Representative Rowe: HB284 77 Crimes and offenses, female genital mutilation of female minor, crime created, penaltiesRepresentative Williams (JD): HB305 76 Human trafficking, further provided, prostitution with a minor, certain defenses prohibited, Secs. 13A-6-157.1, 13A-6-161, 13A-6-162, 13A-12-121.1, 13A-12-124, 13A-12-125 added; Secs. 13A-6-151, 13A-6-152, 13A-6-157, 13A-6-158, 13A-12-122, 15-27-1, 15-27-2 am'd. Representative Pettus: HB14 52 Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, fee to Ala. Head and Spinal Cord Trust Fund, payment pro- vided for, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd. Representative Johnson (R): HB151 40 Taxation, two-year surety bond required with new or re- newal sales tax license registration and certain non-compliant licenses, Sec. 40-23-6 am'd. Representative England: HB232 61 Controlled substances, persons licensed to distribute or dispense, expert testimony required for prosecution, fines, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd. Representative Beckman: HB163 34 Uniform Trust Decanting Act, created, decanting power given to certain authorized fiduciaries of certain trusts, fiduciary duties, procedures, notice, limita- tions, decanting of trusts for the care of an animal, au- thorized Representative Lovvorn: HB261 47 Education, Alabama Math and Science Teacher Education Program (AMSTEP) created, ACHE to administer, loan repay- ment awards to eligible public school math and science teachers in underserved areas of state Senator Holtzclaw: SB243 36 Alcoholic beverages, wine, direct shipment to consumer, authorized under certain conditions, wine direct shipper license required by Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, penalties, Sec. 28-3A-6.1 added; Sec. 28-1-4 am'd.

Action Date Chamber Action
March 22, 2018 S Waggoner motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 1026
March 22, 2018 S Introduced
2018-03-22
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed