SR 37

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 37 - Introduced - PDF

SR37 190477-1 By The Standing Committee on Rules RFD: First Read: 25-JAN-18 190477-1:n:01/24/2018: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 Sixth Legislative day only: Page 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 Singleton: SB143 10 Transportation network companies, Public Service Commis- sion permit required to operate, minimum requirements im- posed Senator Marsh: SB76 17 Taxation, adjusted gross income range expanded for maxi- mum standard deductions, Sec. 40-18-15 am'd. Senator Holley: SB27 Firearm, possession prohibited at certain places includ- ing by persons with a valid pistol permit, exception for qualified retired law enforcement officers, Sec. 13A-11-61.2 am'd. Senator Ward: SB37 12 Municipal courts, pretrial diversion program, voluntary transfer authorizedSenator Smitherman: SB151 12 Terrorist threats, crime further defined, specify that schools and churches are protected, Sec. 13A-10-15 am'd. Senator Orr: SB93 Medicaid, liens and claims against recipient and recipi- ent's estate authorized Senator Pittman: SB28 Schools, public K-12 teachers and employees, charged with certain sexual crimes against students, paid administra- tive leave and discipline of school employees charged re- moved, Sec. 13A-6-83 repealed Senator Beasley: SB45 Day care centers, provide influenza vaccine information to parents, required Senator Bussman: SB67 17 Pharmaceutical Services Providers, may petition Dept. of Revenue for direct refund of overpayment of supplemental privilege tax, Sec. 40-26B-9 am'd. Senator McClendon: SB8 Treasures and artifacts, cultural resources that are eli- gible for or listed in National Register of Historic Places, not Al. Register of Landmarks and Heritage, Sec. 41-9-291 am'd. Senator Smitherman: SB85 16 Alabama Public Transportation Trust Fund, established, ADECA required to administer trust fund; Public Transpor- tation Trust Fund Advisory Committee, created.Senator McClendon: SB1 Driving under the influence, ignition interlock provi- sions, further provided for, required for persons ap- proved 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. Senator Ward: SB42 Class 8 municipalities, weeds, abatement, alternative procedures to declare a public nuisance after prior abatement Senator Allen: SB7 13 Terrorism, forfeiture of property derived from, authori- zation of claims by injured parties and law enforcement, allocation of proceeds from forfeiture, civil action for damages, limitations Senator Holtzclaw: SB121 Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, parent or guardian of a disabled person authorized to apply for a disability access license plate, Sec. 40-12-300 am'd.

Action Date Chamber Action
January 25, 2018 S Waggoner motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 112
January 25, 2018 S Introduced
2018-01-25
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed