SR 32

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 32 - Introduced - PDF

SR32 190309-1 By The Standing Committee on Rules RFD: First Read: 23-JAN-18 190309-1:n:01/23/2018: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 Fifth Legislative day only: Page Senator Melson: SB10 Home Builders Licensure Board, residential home builders, proof of current licensure and liability insurance pro- vided to homeowner before beginning construction Senator Sanford: SB112 10 Conservation and Natural Resources, hunting and fishing licenses, game breeder's licenses, issuance, further pro- vided for, penalties, criminal penalties applicable only for intentional violations, Secs. 9-11-30, 9-11-31.1 am'd. Senator Beasley: SB12 Prosthetists and Orthotists Board, licensure, exemptions further provided for, Sec. 34-25A-5 am'd. Senator Holley: SB29 Public Accountancy Board, board composition and powers altered, Secs. 34-1-2, 34-1-3, 34-1-11, 34-1-12 am'd. Senator Bussman: SB66 14 Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission, educa- tion requirement to become a law enforcement officer amended to include nonpublic education, Sec. 36-21-46 am'd. Senator Sanders: SB116 Crimes and offenses, Rape 1st degree, parental rights of defendant of child, terminated, Sec. 13A-6-61 am'd. Senator Orr: SB92 Compensation, unemployment, to lower weeks of unemploy- ment benefits from 26 to 14 based on the state average unemployment rate, Secs. 25-4-72, 25-4-74 am'd. Senator Pittman: SB48 15 Environmental Management Dept., centralized waste treat- ment facilities, permits, bond or financial assurance further provided for, provisions for fees based on cost to treat repealed, Secs. 22-25C-1, 22-25C-2 am'd. Senator Waggoner: SB77 Securities Commission, directors salary to be fixed by commission with approval of State Personnel Board, Sec. 8-6-56 am'd. Senator Dial: SB14 13 Education, time increased for public K-12 teachers to give notice of terminating employment from 5 to 30 days, requirement for postsecondary education employees de- leted, Sec. 16-24C-11 am'd. Senator Livingston: SB147 Home 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. Senator Stutts: SB136 15 University of North Alabama, Board of Trustees revised to replace State Superintendent of Ed with at-large member, congressional districts amended to reflect current dis- tricts.Senator Ward: SB33 24 Permanent Joint Legislative Committee on Energy Policy, membership and duties revised, limit reporting of commit- tee, creation of office deleted, authorized to form advi- sory subcommittees, Secs. 29-2-270 to 29-2-275, inclu- sive, am'd. Senator Brewbaker: SB22 14 Education, personnel vacancies, posting of on local bd. of ed. website, at a minimum, or at each school campus and worksite, time to post decreased from 14 to 7 days before position to be filled, Sec. 16-22-15 am'd. Senator Beasley: SB32 11 Pharmacy, State Board of, require outsourcing facilities to annually register with board by application for a per- mit, Secs. 34-23-1, 34-23-32 am'd Senator Sanford: SB5 Administrative Procedure Act, rules, notice of intended action, required to contain information about litigation, Sec. 41-22-5 am'd. Senator Holley: SB20 Motor vehicles, Driver's licenses, examination, drowsy driving, requirement that permit manual and State Dept. of Edu. driver's edcuation courses include Senator Albritton: SB43 Alabama Disaster Recovery Program, established to assist counties and municipalities with disaster recovery, com- mittee to administer, Sec. 31-9-86 added; Secs. 31-9-10, 31-9-83 am'd.

Action Date Chamber Action
January 23, 2018 S Waggoner motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 48
January 23, 2018 S Introduced
2018-01-23
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed