2018 Alabama House Bills

BillTitleSponsorLast ActionSigned

HB451

Birmingham, alcoholic beverage, Sunday sales, city council authorized to commence at 10:00 a.m.Juandalynn Givan03-27-2018

HB452

School safety, disclosure of certain information by juvenile probation officer to schools auth. under certain conditions, confidentiality, immunity, crime of possessing deadly weapon on school premises, revised, Education Dept. required to develop and implement school safety electronic notification system, Secs. 12-15-217, 13A-11-72 am'd.Allen Farley03-01-2018

HB453

Rental agreements, noncurable defaults of, to create noncurable default when live-in caregiver for disabled person is terminated from job, Sec. 35-9A-421 am'd.Ken Johnson03-15-2018

HB454

Baldwin Co., prohibit a person from owning or operating or installing, creating, building, or fabricating a secret compartment to conceal contraband, const. amend.Steve McMillan03-27-2018

HB455

Fayette Co., sheriff, County Inmate Work Release Board, percentage withheld from earnings increased, Sec. 45-29-231.20 am'd.Kyle South03-27-2018

HB456

Calhoun Co., Alexandria, license commissioner and revenue commissioner, branch office, funding by co. gen. fund, other branch office authorizedK. L. Brown03-27-2018

HB457

Pharmacies, pharmacy records, auditing procedures, further provided for, recoupment limited under certain conditions, Secs. 34-23-181, 34-23-183, 34-23-184, 34-23-185, 34-23-186 am'd.Elaine Beech03-22-2018

HB458

Fayette Co., poll workers, compensation increased, Sec. 45-29-110 am'd.Kyle South03-27-2018

HB459

Jackson Co., T.V.A. in lieu of tax payments, redistribution to Jackson County Legislative Delegation Critical Needs Fund, fund closed thereafter, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.Tommy Hanes03-27-2018

HB460

Fairfield, motor vehicles, automated traffic infraction device, use for red light enforcement authorized, procedures, posting of informational signs, civil fines, record keeping by Criminal Justice Information Center, appeals, tampering with photographic traffic signal enforcement system, prohibited, Fairfield Red Light Safety ActRod Scott02-27-2018

HB461

Cullman Co., sheriff, salary, feeding of prisoners further provided for, Discretionary Fund established, const. amend.Corey Harbison03-28-2018

HB462

Birmingham, city council and mayor, term of office, Secs. 45-37A-52.50, 45-37A-52.90 am'd.Juandalynn Givan03-21-2018

HB463

Schools, City of Birmingham Board of Education, election, term of office, Secs. 45-37A-50.04, 45-37A-52.90 am'd.Juandalynn Givan03-21-2018

HB464

Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, manufacturer licenses, sale of liquor produced on site for off-premises consumption, amount increased, Sec. 28-3A-6 am'd.Chris Blackshear02-27-2018

HB465

Stolen property, to provide receiving a stolen firearm a felony, technical revisions, Secs. 13A-8-16, 13A-8-17, 13A-8-18, 13A-8-18.1, 13A-8-19 am'd.Merika Coleman03-21-2018

HB466

Jasper, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales by retail licensees for off-premises consumption, city council authorized to regulate and permit, referendumConnie C. Rowe03-21-2018

HB467

Shelby Co, privately owned sewer systems that use public rights-of-way of public roads, req'd to be certified and regulated by PSC, const. amend.Arnold Mooney03-21-2018

HB468

Taxation, sale of land for unpaid tax, redeem property by paying interest only on tax, Secs. 40-10-75, 40-10-76, 40-10-77, 40-10-83, 40-10-121, 40-10-122 am'd.Becky Nordgren03-01-2018

HB469

Oakman, Economic and Industrial Development Authority, appointment of board members, further provided for, Act 90-305, 1990 Reg. Sess., am'd.Tim Wadsworth03-27-2018

HB470

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 tangible personal property subject to sales tax, marketplace facilitators, collection, Secs. 40-23-190, 40-23-191 am'd.Rod Scott03-28-2018

HB471

Montgomery and Montgomery Airport Authority, authorized to join Employees' Retirement System of Alabama and transfer assets and liabilities from existing Employees' Retirement System of the City of Montgomery under certain conditionsJohn F. Knight Jr03-27-2018

HB472

Assault weapons, prohibit possession, sale or transfer of assault weapons and large-capacity ammunitionMary Moore03-01-2018

HB473

Fairfield, 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 fundRod Scott03-01-2018

HB474

Rosa Parks Day, first day of December of each year, designated holiday, allow co. and municipality to observe, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.Laura Hall03-21-2018

HB475

Medicaid services, provision through regional care organizations repealed, Secs. 22-6-150 to 22-6-165, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 22-6-220, 22-6-221,27-1-17.1, 40-26B-70, 40-26B-77.1, 40-26B-79, 40-26B-80, 40-26B-81, 40-26B-82 am'd.Arnold Mooney03-01-2018

HB476

Lamar Co., judge of probate, compensation, Sec. 45-38-81 repealedKyle South03-27-2018

HB477

Hartselle, alcoholic beverages, draft beer authorizedEd Henry03-27-2018

HB478

Firearms, Gun Protection Violence ActMerika Coleman03-01-2018

HB479

Motor vehicle, guaranteed asset protection waiver increase the fine for providing a refund, Sec. 8-37-6 am'd.Jimmy Martin03-01-2018

HB480

Jefferson Co., automobile rental tax, redistribute proceeds to pay Jefferson County Sewer System, Sec. 45-37-244.01 am'd.John W. Rogers03-01-2018

HB481

Beneficiaries, permit Supernumerary Circuit Clerk or Register to change beneficiary, seek refund under certain circumstances, Secs. 12-17-142, 12-17-143 am'd.Randy Wood03-06-2018

HB482

Jackson Co., co. commission, chair, compensation, Sec. 45-36-70 am'd.Tommy Hanes03-27-2018

HB483

Glencoe, corp. limits alt.Craig Ford03-27-2018

HB484

Anniston, council-manager, city council, transfer of appropriations, Act 404, 1953 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-8A-23.176 am'd.Barbara Boyd03-27-2018

HB485

Rosetta James Foundation, Tax exemption from tax; Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.Laura Hall03-08-2018

HB486

Baldwin Co., coroner, to provide certain employment benefitsRandy Davis03-27-2018

HB487

Colbert Co., alcoholic beverages, Sunday salesMarcel Black03-22-2018

HB488

Consumer protection; Alabama Telemarketing Act; Charitable organizations; certain disclosures required; Code Amended 8-19A-3, 8-19A-4, 8-19A-12Chris Sells03-13-2018

HB489

Mental Health; to require Alabama Dept. of Mental Health to establish a mental health crisis hotline.April Weaver03-06-2018

HB490

Interpreters and Transliterators, members of public, with prior written approval of local bd of ed., provide services to public school students in emergency and incidental situations, Sec. 34-16-7 am'd.Connie C. Rowe03-06-2018

HB491

Collinsville, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, governing body may permitBecky Nordgren03-27-2018

HB492

Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.Rich Wingo03-08-2018

HB493

Birmingham, establish vacant building program, and proceduresMary Moore03-08-2018

HB494

Taxation, tax abatements of certain sales and ad valorem taxes, authorized for data processing centers, extended for five years, Sec. 40-9B-4.1 amd.Nathaniel Ledbetter03-22-2018

HB495

Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, provide for "person with autism" motor vehicle plateMack Butler03-15-2018

HB496

Tuskegee University clarifying that governing board is board of trustees, State Superintendent of Education removed from board, Secs. 16-57-1, 16-57-5 am'd.Pebblin W. Warren03-08-2018

HB497

Madison Co., beer tax proceeds, distribution, Senior Citizens' Prescription Drug Program, funded, funds not expended at end of each fiscal year, provided for, Sec. 45-45-243.01 am'd.Howard Sanderford03-15-2018

HB498

Retirement of members of the Teachers' Retirement System and the Employees' Retirement System who elect to receive a reduced retirement allowance, additional option of electing to receive a partial lump-sum distribution as a single payment, provided for under certain conditions, Secs. 16-25-14 & 36-27-16 am'd.Alan Baker03-20-2018

HB499

Property; Intellectual property; Copyright; Sound recordingsJohnny Mack Morrow03-21-2018

HB500

Local governments, bond financing review forms, bond financing agreement documents to include a schedule of all of the debt obligations of teh county under certain conditions, signed acknowledgement required, municipalities and local school boards requried to follow the same procedures required of a county before entering into a bond financing agreement and required to complete a government bond financing review form developed by the Department of Examiners of Public Accounts, Secs. 11-8A-3 & 11-8A-4 am'd.Chris Sells03-15-2018

HB501

Sexual offenses, provide for enhanced punishment of indecent exposure where victim is a child and include indecent exposure as offense under enticing a child for immoral purposes, Secs. 13A-6-68, 13A-6-69, 15-19-7 am'd.Danny Crawford03-08-2018

HB502

Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.April Weaver03-08-2018

HB503

Community development districts, add'l type provided for if located on a lake in a wet county meeting certain other conditions. Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.Ron Johnson03-15-2018

HB504

Chambers Co., outside of Valley and Lanett, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, referendumIsaac Whorton03-27-2018

HB505

Water authorities; regulation by Public Service Commission for certain authorities authorized.Jack Williams03-08-2018

HB506

Insurance companies, corporate governance, required to provide Commissioner of Insurance annually, Corporate Governance Model Act enacted, Secs. 27-29B-1 to 27-29B-9, inclusive, addedKerry Rich03-08-2018

HB507

Etowah Co., board of registrars, working days increased, Sec. 17-3-8 am'd.Becky Nordgren03-27-2018

HB508

Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.Craig Ford03-13-2018

HB509

Coosa Co., probate court, add'l fee for marriage license and petition for adoption, distrib.Mark Tuggle03-27-2018

HB510

Privately owned/leased property; cemetary or burial site thereon; requirement to allow access to certain persons to graves, gravesites; Section 35-1-4 amd.Tommy Hanes03-13-2018

HB511

Education, public schools, grades 6 to 12, allow elective courses on the study of the Bible, provide immunity for teachers who teach in good faith with proper historical context, State Board of Education to implement rules and policiesReed Ingram03-13-2018

HB512

Supernumerary court reporters, death benefits for surviving spouse providedTerri Collins03-13-2018

HB513

Assault weapons, prohibit sale or transfer of an assault weapon to anyone under 21 years of age, to prohibit anyone under 21 years of age from possessing an assault weaponRalph Howard03-15-2018

HB514

Montgomery Co., municipal court, abolished, cases transferred to district court, const. amend.John F. Knight Jr03-15-2018

HB515

Worker's compensation, prescription benefits, employer liability further provided, Secs. 25-5-77, 25-5-293, 25-5-314 am'd.Craig Ford03-15-2018

HB516

Spanish Fort, corp. limits alt.Randy Davis03-27-2018

HB517

Jasper, automated traffic safety law enforcement, authorized, provide certain procedures to follow, civil violationConnie C. Rowe03-15-2018

HB518

Asset forfeitures, reporting and publication requirements, Criminal Justice Information Center, Sec. 41-9-620.1 added.Arnold Mooney03-15-2018

HB519

Colleges and universities, Alabama State University, authority and responsibilities of the board of trustees and president of university, further provided for, Secs. 16-50-20, 16-50-23, 16-50-27 am'd.John F. Knight Jr03-15-2018

HB520

Etowah Co., sheriff, feeding of prisoners further provided for, Prisoner Food Fund established, const. amend.Mack Butler03-20-2018

HB521

Russell Co, courts, domestic violence cases, additional court costs authorized to operate domestic violence shelterChris Blackshear03-27-2018

HB522

Russell Co., sheriff authorized to sell certain abandoned, unclaimed, or stolen property, and firearms, notice, record keeping requirement, distribution of funds for law enforcement purposesChris Blackshear03-27-2018

HB523

Cherokee Co., coroner, salary, appointment of a deputy coroner, repeal of certain prior actsRichard Lindsey03-27-2018

HB524

Public welfare, Medicaid, income threshold provided, const. amend.Anthony Daniels03-20-2018

HB525

Taxation, National Federation of the Blind of Alabama, exempt from sales and use taxesAnthony Daniels03-20-2018

HB526

Lawrence Co., sheriff, salary, feeding of prisoners further provided for, Prisoner Food Fund established, const. amend.Ken Johnson03-22-2018

HB355

Coosa Co., tobacco tax, distrib. of a portion to co. general fund, Sec. 45-19-245 am'd.Mark Tuggle03-06-2018

HB356

Education, Kyle Graddy Act, administration of single dose autoinjectable epinephrine on K-12 school campuses by students and pursuant to anaphylaxis preparedness program provided, Secs. 16-1-39, 16-1-48 am'dBarbara Boyd03-15-2018

HB357

Developmental disability care providers, employees entitled to pay when office closed due to state of emergency declarationMike Ball02-22-2018

HB358

Environmental Management Commission, membership, certified ground water member further provided for, may be a licensed geologist, Sec. 22-22A-6 am'd.Kyle South03-22-2018

HB359

Cherokee Co., coroner, expenses, co. commission authorized to pay, retroactiveRichard Lindsey03-08-2018

HB360

Gasoline and motor fuel tax, county commission authorized to levy up to five cents, referendum, distributed on transportation projectsArnold Mooney02-01-2018

HB361

Roads and bridges, correct technical revision of Act 2017-375, provide for suspension of vehicle registration for unpaid toll violation, Secs. 23-2-167, 23-2-168, 23-2-169, 23-2-172, 23-2-173, 23-2-175 am'd.David Sessions03-15-2018

HB362

Forever 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 Tuggle03-01-2018

HB363

County jails and state penitentiaries, prisoners, sheriff and Dept. of Corrections, required to provide feminine hygiene products to female inmates under certain conditions, Secs. 14-3-44, 14-6-19 am'd.Tim Wadsworth02-22-2018

HB364

Prescription drugs, federally-qualified health centers authorized to deliver medications except controlled substances to clinics, Sec. 34-23-70 am'd.Chris Sells03-22-2018

HB365

Motor vehicles, automated traffic enforcement, repeal all local laws authorizing the use ofKen Johnson02-01-2018

HB366

Schools, student harassment, Student Harassment Prevention Act, name changed to Jamari Terrell Williams Act, expand act to include harassment of a student by another student, intimidation, violence, and threats of violence off of school property, cyberbullying, Secs. 16-28B-1 to 16-28B-5, inclusive, am'd.John F. Knight Jr03-22-2018

HB367

Criminal procedure, civil asset forfeiture, Secs. 13A-8-117, 13A-11-37, 15-5-60, 20-2-93 repealedLaura Hall02-01-2018

HB368

Discrimination in wages, prohib., retaliation against employee who brings charge of wage discrimination, prohib., penaltiesAdline Clarke02-01-2018

HB369

Public assistance, require able bodied unemployed recipient to workTommy Hanes02-01-2018

HB370

Coastal 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 Davis03-08-2018

HB371

Crenshaw Co., draft or malt beer, sale by properly licensed retail licensees, authorizedChris Sells03-08-2018

HB372

Butler Co., sheriff, retiring officer may receive badge and pistol upon retirement, retroactive effectChris Sells03-08-2018

HB373

Smiths Station, corp limits, altIsaac Whorton03-08-2018

HB374

Private School Licensure Program and services for postsecondary proprietary schools, transferred from Community College System to Commission on Higher Education, Sec. 16-5-16 added; Sec. 16-60-115 am'd.Terri Collins02-06-2018

HB375

Custodial 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 Butler02-06-2018

HB376

State Fire Marshal, pyrotechnic displays, regulation and licensing, fireworks displays, fees, violations a Class A misdemeanorBarbara Drummond03-27-2018

HB377

Shelby Co, privately owned sewer systems that use public rights-of-way of public roads, req'd to be certified and regulated by PSC, const. amend.Arnold Mooney02-06-2018

HB378

Controlled substances, crimes and offenses, McGough's Law, created, unlawful distrib. of controlled substance resulting in death, unlawful distrib. of controlled substance resulting in serious physical injury, Secs. 13A-6-5, 13A-6-20.1 addedCorey Harbison02-06-2018

HB379

Indigent defense, juvenile court, guardian ad litems, maximum atty fee for services raised, Sec. 15-12-21 am'd.Chris England03-22-2018

HB380

Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, markup set, increases limited based on act of LegislatureArnold Mooney02-06-2018

HB381

Motor vehicles, veteran, distinctive license plates, proof for tag by government issued identification card, Sec. 32-6-250.1 am'd.Alan Boothe02-15-2018

HB382

Fireworks, fees of, Fire Marshal for use before a proximate audience, fees increased, portion to Firefighters Annuity and Benefit Fund, increases based on increases in Consumer Price Index, Secs. 8-17-211, 8-17-216.1 am'd.Craig Ford03-08-2018

HB383

Private judges, to expand types of cases private judges can hear, Secs. 12-11A-2, 12-11A-4 am'd.David Faulkner02-15-2018

HB384

Income tax credit only offset tax liability derived from non-Alabama sources, Sec. 40-18-21 am'd.Rod Scott03-22-2018

HB385

Emergency medical technicians or paramedics, certification, tuition reimbursement program by community colleges, Ala. Fire College, and Univ. of South Alabama, Volunteer Rescue Squad Tuition Reimbursement Act of 2018.Joe Lovvorn03-28-2018

HB386

Domestic violence, protection orders, definitions clarified, notice of hearing and service of process requirements clarified, fines and penalties for violations clarified, Sec. 13A-6-139.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-134, 13A-6-138, 13A-6-142, 15-10-3, 15-13-190, 15-23-68, 30-5-2, 30-5-3, 30-5-5, 30-5-8 am'd.David Faulkner02-22-2018

HB387

Legislature, members of, providing consulting services, persons compensating members to notify Ethics Commission of certain arrangements, Sec. 36-25-7.1 addedRich Wingo03-27-2018

HB388

Military Family Jobs Opportunity Act, professional licensing boards required to issue licenses and certificates to military spouses who hold licenses and certificates from other states, required to issue temporary licenses and certificates in certain instances when other state has lesser requirements, Sec. 31-1-6 am'd.Thad McClammy03-28-2018

HB389

County Superintendent of Education, required to be appointed unless provided otherwise by constitutionSteve McMillan02-08-2018

HB390

Human Resources Dept., Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), benefits, drug testing for applicant requiredTommy Hanes02-08-2018

HB391

Motor vehicles, texting while driving, penalty increased, exemptions further provided for, fee assessed, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Sec. 32-5A-350.1 added; Sec. 32-5A-350 am'd.Tommy Hanes02-22-2018

HB392

Courts, magistrates, fees and costs, authorized to assess, duties, use of electronic communication for notification purposes authorized, Secs. 12-14-51, 12-19-150 am'd.Isaac Whorton03-15-2018

HB393

Sewer systems, solid waste, septic tank sewage-systems, regulated by Dept. of Public Health, rules limiting systems based on types of materials used in treatment supersededMack Butler02-08-2018

HB394

Jefferson Co., fire districts, exclusion of forest lands, Act 79, 1966 Sp. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-37-140.02 am'd.Jack Williams02-08-2018

HB395

Pike Co., alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorized, outside of Troy, referendumAlan Boothe03-08-2018

HB396

Flexible School Calendar Act of 2012, 180 full instructional day requirement reduced to 1050 instructional hours without change in teacher compensation, first day of instruction beginning with 2018-2019 school year to be no earlier than two weeks before Labor Day, Sec. 16-13-231 am'd.Craig Ford02-08-2018

HB397

Municipalities, ordinances, summons and complaint in lieu of arrest, further provided for, exceptions, Sec. 11-45-9.1 am'd.Chris England02-08-2018

HB398

Zoning, boards of zoning adjustment, appeals of final decision, aggrieved party can file in circuit court, notice, board required to send transcript to court; Sec. 11-52-81 am'd.Bill Poole03-21-2018

HB399

Alabama Security Regulatory Board, bd. auth. to hold hearings and issue subpoenas, fees set by rule of board, classroom training requirements provided and modified by rule of board, practice without license a Class A misdemeanor, Secs. 34-27C-1 to 34-27C-5, inclusive, 34-27C-7 to 34-27C-13, inclusive, 34-27C-16, 34-27C-17, 34-27C-18 am'd.Ralph Howard02-22-2018

HB400

Motor vehicles, commercial driver license (CDL), Revenue Dept, testing, public transit authority in Class 1 municipality to be designatedRod Scott02-08-2018

HB401

Insurance companies, unsolvenices, Alabama Insurance Guaranty Association Act, provisions conformed to most recent model act, obligation of assoc. to pay covered claims before order of liquidation of insolvent insurer, statutory cap for benefits and aggregate cap provided, Secs. 27-42-3, 27-42-5, 27-42-8, 27-42-11, 27-42-12 am'd.Kerry Rich03-08-2018

HB402

Real estate, licenses, definitions, clarify and add requirements for brokerage agreements, continuing education, Secs. 34-27-2, 34-27-3, 34-27-6, 34-27-30, 34-27-32, 34-27-33, 34-27-34, 34-27-35 am'd.Victor Gaston03-01-2018

HB403

Jefferson Co., automobile rental tax, add'l tax levied, Act 2001-550, 2001 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-37-244.01 am'd.Jack Williams02-13-2018

HB404

Atmore, alcoholic beverages, Sunday salesAlan Baker03-08-2018

HB405

Schools, a comprehensive character education program, address methods of discouraging bulling and violent acts against fellow students, Sec. 16-6B-2 am'd.John W. Rogers02-13-2018

HB406

Monroe Co., judge of probate, salary provided, fees to be deposited in co. general fund, one-stop tags provided, const. amend.Thomas Jackson03-08-2018

HB407

Alcoholic beverages, governing bodies of wet counties and wet municipalities authorized to regulate and permit Sunday sales and draft beer, Secs. 28-3A-23, 28-3A-25 am'd.Reed Ingram02-13-2018

HB408

Health, lead reduction, definitions added, increase regulations relating to lead hazard reductions, increase ADPH authority to enforce, penalties increased, Alabama Lead Reduction Act of 1997, Secs. 22-37A-8, 22-37A-9 repealed; Secs. 22-37A-2 to 22-37A-7, inclusive, am'd.Reed Ingram02-13-2018

HB409

Infants, use of baby boxes for parents to anonymously deliver infants to hospital, emergency medical services providers, or fire dept. without liability and with immunity from child abandonment statutes, Secs. 26-25-1, 26-25-3, 26-25-4 am'd.Danny Crawford03-15-2018

HB410

Consumer protection, Alabama Data Breach Notification ActPhil Williams02-22-2018

HB411

Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, from Security Certification Fund to the Alabama Security Regulatory BoardRalph Howard02-13-2018

HB412

Public assistance, recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to cooperate with the Child Support Enforcement Division of the Dept. of Human Resources, Sec. 38-10-5 am'd.Arnold Mooney02-13-2018

HB413

Juvenile sex offenders, notification provided to school of low-risk sex offender expanded to include local super of edu. and bd of edu., change in school required to be reported to local law enforcement by juvenile sex offender, state board of edu. required to develop and local boards to adopt, model policy for monitoring juvenile sex offenders in school, Secs. 15-20A-27, 15-20A-30 am'd.Paul Beckman03-01-2018

HB414

Alcoholic beverages, nonprofit special events retail license, provided for, donation of beer, wine, and liquor authorized, Sec. 28-3A-6 am'd.Craig Ford03-21-2018

HB415

Food service establishments, require grease traps to having locking manhole coversJoe Lovvorn02-13-2018

HB416

Water 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, Secs. 9-10B-31, 9-10B-32 added; Secs. 9-10B-2, 9-10B-3, 9-10B-20, 9-10B-22, 9-10B-23, 9-10B-24 am'd.Patricia Todd02-15-2018

HB417

Banks, state regulated, service providers, Superintendent of Banks authorized to examine, Examination of Bank Service Providers Act, Secs. 5-3A-30 to 5-3A-35, inclusive, addedChris Blackshear03-27-2018

HB418

Motor vehicles and manufactured housing titles, appeal of competing ownership, filed in circuit courtRandy Wood03-27-2018

HB419

Insurance, self-service storage facilities, limited license provided for personal property related to rental agreement, Sec. 27-7-5.3 added; Sec. 27-7-1 am'd.Kyle South03-22-2018

HB420

Constitution, Legislature authorized to recompile constitution and submit at 2022 Reg. Sess., and provide for its ratification, const. amend.Patricia Todd02-15-2018

HB421

Evictions, reducing notice period for lease termination, expanding list of non-curable defaults, Sec. 35-9A-421 am'd.David Sessions03-22-2018

HB422

Environment, dredging regulated, exempt certain construction projectsDavid Sessions03-08-2018

HB423

Webb, municipal court, warrant recall fee, authorized, distrib. of feesPaul W. Lee03-08-2018

HB424

Gadsden, board of education, election at the same time and from the same districts as city council, qualifications, terms, compensation, filling vacancies, referendumMack Butler03-27-2018

HB425

Driving under the influence, ignition interlock devices, further provided, blood alcohol content (BAC) for enhancement lowered, distrib of court fees, use for bond and pretrial diversion, indigent further provided for and funded, Sec. 32-5A-191, 32-5A-191.4 am'd.Arnold Mooney02-15-2018

HB426

Property, Uniform Condo Act, rights to developers and owners, specified, procedures for creation and management, Title 35, Chapter 8A, am'd.Chris England02-15-2018

HB427

Missing persons, persons with Alzheimer's or dementia eligible for Senior Citizen's Alert regardless of age, law enforcement personnel required to undergo training in searching for dementia patients, Secs. 26-19A-2, 26-19A-4 am'd.Laura Hall03-22-2018

HB428

Tuscaloosa Co, privately owned sewer systems that use public rights-of-way of public roads, req'd to be certified and regulated by PSC, const. amend.Rich Wingo03-21-2018

HB429

Nurse practitioners and nurse midwives authorized to sign certain forms which may be signed by a physician, procedure to add other formsApril Weaver03-22-2018

HB430

Commerce, recapture benefit extended to call centers that relocate out of statePhil Williams03-08-2018

HB431

Child custody, clarify state policy, provide definitions, require parenting plan, Sec. 30-3-158 added; Secs. 30-3-150, 30-3-151, 30-3-152, 30-3-153 am'd.Phillip Pettus02-15-2018

HB432

Ethics Commission, enforcement provisions revised, Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-4, 36-25-27 am'd.Alan Baker03-08-2018

HB433

Foley, corp. limits alt.Steve McMillan03-27-2018

HB434

Assault weapons, prohibit sale or transfer of an assault weapon to anyone under 21 years of age, to prohibit anyone under 21 years of age from possessing an assault weaponJuandalynn Givan02-20-2018

HB435

Public education, administrative personnel or teachers authorized to carry pistols on school property, certain qualifications requiredWill Ainsworth03-15-2018

HB436

Taxation, income tax credit, against tax liability for the rehabilitation, preservation, or development of structures near certain higher education institutions, Historic University Neighborhood Rehabilitation ActLaura Hall02-20-2018

HB437

Morgan Co., co. commission, members, election from single-member districts, chair elected countywide, Act 258, 1973 Reg. Sess., repealed, const. amend.Ed Henry03-01-2018

HB438

Dothan, civil service system, approval of compensation rate further provided for, Sec. 45-35A-51.11 am'd.Paul W. Lee03-27-2018

HB439

Class 5 municipalities, organized under Chapter 44E, Title 11, Code of Alabama 1975, (Dothan), Municipal house authorities, number of commissioners increased, Sec. 24-1-24 am'd.Paul W. Lee03-27-2018

HB440

Employees' Retirement System, retirees, one-time lump-sum additional paymentKerry Rich03-08-2018

HB441

Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), abolished, functions restore to agencies, depts, divisions from which derived, Secs. 41-27-1 to 41-27-9, inclusive, repealedPhillip Pettus02-22-2018

HB442

Firearms, prohibition of a minor to possess, public school premises or property, Sec. 13A-11-72 am'd.Allen Farley02-22-2018

HB443

Nurse practitioners, to enable nurse practitioners to practice without collaborating with a physician, Secs. 34-21-80, 34-21-83, 34-21-92, 34-21-93 repealed; Secs. 20-2-250, 20-2-252, 20-2-254, 34-21-81, 34-21-84, 34-21-85, 34-21-86, 34-21-87, 34-21-88, 34-21-90 am'd.Randall Shedd02-22-2018

HB444

Auburn, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales upon approval of city councilJoe Lovvorn03-22-2018

HB445

Taxation, income tax credit, against tax liability for the rehabilitation, preservation, or development of structures near certain higher education institutions, Historic University Neighborhood Rehabilitation ActLaura Hall02-22-2018

HB446

Health care, Alabama Rural Hospital Resource Center, created, within Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham, staffing and reporting requirements, rural administrative residency program, createdRandall Shedd03-21-2018

HB447

Task Force, school safety and security, createdTerri Collins03-27-2018

HB448

Class 5 municipalities, tax sale properties acquired from State Land Commissioner, expedited procedure to quiet title in lieu of procedures in Title 40, Chapter 10, Code of Alabama 1975Terri Collins03-01-2018

HB449

Public education, volunteer emergency security forces in K-12 schools of current and retired employees and citizens authorized, sheriff and chief of police to train and supervise, state and local boards to implementAllen Farley02-22-2018

HB450

Rural Hospital Transformation and Stability Act, Ala. Rural Hospital Global Budget Board established, funding for rural hospitals accepted into program through global payment from certain insurersDavid Standridge02-22-2018

HB334

Local Government Health Insurance Board, optional health coverages or services including on-the-job injuries, coverage authorized, Sec. 11-91A-7 am'd.Prince Chestnut03-22-2018

HB335

Correction Dept., required to notify a person designated by an inmate to receive notice if the inmate is taken to a facility for emergency medical treatmentJohn W. Rogers01-30-2018

HB336

Teachers' Retirement System, UAB employees who served as postdoctoral fellow, allowed to purchase up to two years credit in the systemJohn W. Rogers03-21-2018

HB337

Motor vehicles, following too closely, exemption provided, truck platoons, Dept. of Transportation, Secs. 32-1-1.1, 32-5A-89 am'd.Donnie Chesteen02-08-2018

HB338

Municipal 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, 12-14-32 am'd.Chris England02-08-2018

HB339

Judicial offices, maximum age for election or appointment to judicial office increased to 75 years, Section 6.16 (Section 155, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.Matt Fridy02-22-2018

HB340

Term limits, members of the Alabama Legislature, election to limited to four full terms, const. amend.Matt Fridy01-30-2018

HB341

Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., deputy game and fish wardens, positions abolished, Sec. 9-11-17 repealed; Secs. 9-2-28, 9-2-64, 9-11-1 amd.David Faulkner03-06-2018

HB342

Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, registration renewals, disclosure of certain information to sponsoring organization at time of registration, Secs. 32-6-64, 32-6-67 am'd.Margie Wilcox03-01-2018

HB343

Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency and Dept. of Corrections, authorized to rehire retired state troopers and retired correctional officers, compensation, may not accrue add'l retirement service credit, notice to Employees' Retirement System of rehiringThomas Jackson02-08-2018

HB344

Retirement, benefits for local employers participating in ERS, retirement benefits given to Tier I plan members authorized for Tier II plan members, Sec. 36-27-6.5 addedNathaniel Ledbetter03-20-2018

HB345

Taxes, income, credits, authorized for active volunteer firefighters with min. number of training hrs. under certain conditions, record-keeping requirements, Revenue Dept., rulemaking authority, penaltiesRitchie Whorton02-01-2018

HB346

Campaign finance reports, electronic filing required without exceptions, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.Corey Harbison03-21-2018

HB347

Mobile Co., co. commission authorize to exempt intermittent food service establishment from regulation by co. health dept. in association with regional celebration or traditionMargie Wilcox03-06-2018

HB348

Marion Co, judge of probate, compensation, provided for, motor vehicle licenses, one-stop issuance, provided for in office of revenue commissionerMike Millican03-27-2018

HB349

Trailers, manufacturers and dealers, including boat trailers, add'l authorization to provide temporary license plates and registration certificates when sold out of state, Sec. 32-6-212 am'd.David Sessions03-15-2018

HB350

Teachers' Retirement System, purchase of prior service credit for service rendered as a graduate assistant in the School of Education, Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction at Univ. of Alabama at BirminghamJohn W. Rogers02-01-2018

HB351

Taxation, Dadeville Youth Sports, Inc., exempt from sales and use taxesMark Tuggle02-01-2018

HB352

Thrift Shops located on military installation in Alabama, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxMike Ball02-01-2018

HB353

Motor vehicles, texting while driving, penalty increased, exemptions further provided for, fee assessed, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Sec. 32-5A-350.1 added; Sec. 32-5A-350 am'd.Tommy Hanes02-01-2018

HB354

Tax liens, sale authorized at auction to the bidder with the lowest interest rate, Secs. 40-10-199, 40-10-200 added; Secs. 40-10-180 to 40-10-198, inclusive, am'd.Corley Ellis03-28-2018

HB263

Electronic Security Board of Licensure, alarm system installer changed to system installer, bd. authorized to meet via video conference, provide further for persons of bd and exemptions, criminal penalties provided for certain activities, Secs. 34-1A-1 to 34-1A-8, inclusive, am'd.Arnold Mooney02-08-2018

HB264

City boards of education, attendance and minimum age of enrollment, specific provisions deleted, Sec. 16-11-16 am'd.Steve Clouse03-01-2018

HB265

Baldwin Co., Law Library and Judicial Admin. Fund, part-time law librarian, retirement benefits, provided for, Sec. 45-2-80.83 am'd.Harry Shiver03-27-2018

HB266

Elmore Co., sheriff, compensation, Act 2003-174, 2003 Reg. Sess., repealedReed Ingram03-08-2018

HB267

Mobile Co., alcoholic beverage, Sunday sales, muns. and co. authorized to commence at 10:00 a.m.James E. Buskey03-06-2018

HB268

Taxation, tax credit for private intrastate adoptions, applicable to any private adoptions, Secs. 40-18-360, 40-18-361 am'd.Will Ainsworth02-22-2018

HB269

Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Patient Safety Act, Alabama Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Bd created, licensing of limited x-ray machine operators, magnetic resonance technologist, nuclear medicine technologist, radiation therapist, radiographer, and radiologist assistants, providedApril Weaver01-23-2018

HB270

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, revise definitions, create a review committee, Secs. 20-2-211, 20-2-212, 20-2-214, 20-2-215 am'd.April Weaver02-22-2018

HB271

Randolph Co., tobacco tax, collection and distrib. altered, Act 2003-213, 2003 Reg. Sess. am'd.Bob Fincher02-06-2018

HB272

Marijuana, possession of, penalties revised, quantities included, possession of marijuana in third degree created, Secs. 13A-12-214.4, 13A-12-214.5 added; Secs. 13A-12-213, 13A-12-214 am'd.Patricia Todd01-23-2018

HB273

Mortgages, fee increase for recording of mortgages, deeds of trust, distribution of proceeds to Alabama Housing Trust Fund, Sec. 40-22-2 am'd.Patricia Todd01-23-2018

HB274

Marshall Co., coroner, expense allowance, further provided for, Act 85-464, 1985 Reg. Sess., am'd.Ed Henry03-27-2018

HB275

Taxation, sales and use taxes, eliminate jointly filed petition for refund by taxpayer and the consumer/purchaser, definitions, Secs. 40-2A-3, 40-2A-7 am'd.Chris Pringle02-01-2018

HB276

Elmore, corp. limits alt.Reed Ingram03-06-2018

HB277

Dogs, dangerous defined, procedure and hearing provided to determine if dangerous, registration, penalties, liability of owner, Emily's LawNathaniel Ledbetter02-01-2018

HB278

Private sewer systems, regulation by Public Service Commission authorized, Secs. 22-25B-2, 37-4-1 am'd.Arnold Mooney01-23-2018

HB279

Insurance contracts, homeowners, discounts for wind mitigation, evidence of certification in lieu of construction records, Secs. 27-31D-1, 27-31D-2 am'd.Randy Davis03-08-2018

HB280

Condemnation actions, statute of limitations, Sec. 6-2-38 am'd.Matt Fridy01-23-2018

HB281

Baldwin Co., sheriff and deputies, retirement, furnishing firearm, Sec. 45-2-234.40 am'd.Harry Shiver03-08-2018

HB282

Muscle Shoals, ad valorem tax, city council authorized to increaseMarcel Black03-08-2018

HB283

Memorial Preservation Act, does not apply to Class 1 municipalities, Sec. 41-9-236 am'd; Act 2017-354, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd.Juandalynn Givan01-23-2018

HB284

Crimes and offenses, female genital mutilation of female minor, crime created, penaltiesConnie C. Rowe03-22-2018

HB285

Taxation, Victims of Crime and Leniency, Incorporated, exempt from state, county and municipal sales and use taxesConnie C. Rowe01-23-2018

HB286

Etowah Co., one cent county sales and use tax, revise allocation of proceeds, Etowah County Jobs Act, created, const. amend.Craig Ford01-23-2018

HB287

Asset forfeitures, criminal procedure, Alabama Forfeiture Accountability and Integrity Reform Act, Secs. 13A-8-117, 13A-11-37, 20-2-93 repealedArnold Mooney01-23-2018

HB288

Cherokee, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorizedJohnny Mack Morrow03-08-2018

HB289

Alcoholic beverages, retail licensees, making of infusions using distilled spirits authorized, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added; Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.Chris England03-27-2018

HB290

Securities, registration fees for agents and investment advisor representative increased, filing fees for certain management investment companies revised, Secs. 8-6-3, 8-6-10 am'd.Steve Clouse01-25-2018

HB291

Lodging tax, rooms and spaces not used for overnight accomodations, exemption, consistent with rule of Revenue Dept., Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.Arnold Mooney02-01-2018

HB292

Legislature, new biennial legislative sessions to consider bills making appropriations, established, const. amend.Bill Poole03-21-2018

HB293

Legislature, Budget Management Act of 1976, biennial budgeting provided for, performance review of state agencies, contingent upon const. amend., Secs. 41-19-1, 41-19-3 to 41-19-8, inclusive, 41-19-10 to 41-19-12, inclusive, am'd.Bill Poole03-21-2018

HB294

Legislature, implementation of biennial budget periods, statutory meeting dates revised, contingent upon const. amend., Sec. 29-4-1 am'd.Bill Poole03-21-2018

HB295

Fiscal year, to change the date and provide implementation of a new fiscal year, provide definition of fiscal year for the state, Secs. 1-3-4, 11-8-1, 16-13-1, 11-43A-29, 11-43A-94, 11-43C-41, 11-44C-41, 11-44E-110 am'd.Bill Poole03-21-2018

HB296

Teacher tenure, attained unless notice of termination issued on or before June 15 of teachers third year, contingent on approval by voters of const. amend. proposing biennial budgeting sessions for the Legislature, Secs. 16-24C-4, 16-24C-5 am'd.Bill Poole03-21-2018

HB297

Appropriation, increase amount to the Emergency Forest Fire and Insect and Disease Fund from state General Fund, increase max amount for accumulation of funds, Sec. 9-3-10.1 am'd.Kyle South03-08-2018

HB298

Motor fuel taxes, single point of filing and payment system, Rev. Dept. to administer, taxes and exemptions standardized, Local Motor Fuel Tax Advisory Committee estab.Paul W. Lee03-22-2018

HB299

Pharmaceutical Services Providers, may petition Dept. of Revenue for direct refund of overpayment of supplemental privilege tax, Sec. 40-26B-9 am'd.Elaine Beech02-06-2018

HB300

Emergency communication services, to require training in telephone CPR and recognition of techniques for cardiac arrest for 911 dispatchersConnie C. Rowe01-25-2018

HB301

Community development districts, add'l type authorized, marina on lake, sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.Danny Crawford03-21-2018

HB302

Oysters, regulation of tagging by Marine Resources Division, Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., including private lease sites and aquaculture sites, oyster aquaculture license provided for, Secs. 9-12-67, 9-12-82 am'd.David Sessions03-22-2018

HB303

Alcoholic beverages, manufacturers, prohibition on selling alcohol on Sundays, not applicable to certain tastings and samplings on licensed premises, Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.Anthony Daniels03-27-2018

HB304

Municipal water works, certain municipal water utilities under jurisdiction of Public Service Commission, authorized, Secs. 11-50-241, 37-1-34 am'd.Jack Williams01-25-2018

HB305

Human trafficking, further provided, prostitution with a minor, certain defenses prohibited, licensing by Massage Therapy Bd. further provided for, 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, 34-43-12 to 34-43-15, inclusive, am'd.Jack Williams03-28-2018

HB306

Campaign Signs, DOT or county or municipal highway dept req'd to give notice to candidate before removal of certain size campaign signs if within 150 days of electionPaul Beckman01-25-2018

HB307

State employees, certification by agency head required prior to certain travel in service of the state, Sec. 36-7-21 am'd.John F. Knight Jr03-06-2018

HB308

Walker Co., state lands, sixteenth section lands, and school lands, distrib. to trust account for schools and county board of education, const. amend.Connie C. Rowe02-01-2018

HB309

Agriculture and Conservation Development Commission, allocation of funds to soil and water conservation districts, minimum deleted, Sec. 9-8A-5 am'd.Donnie Chesteen02-01-2018

HB310

Forestry Commission, rules concerning state forests and other land it controls, criminal penalties for violations; Sec. 9-13-10.2 addedDonnie Chesteen03-22-2018

HB311

Transportation 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 Wilcox03-13-2018

HB312

Home Inspectors Licensure Board, established to license and regulate the practice of home inspections, penalty for unlawful practice, Secs. 34-14D-1 to 34-14D-9, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-14B-1 to 34-14B-10, inclusive, repealedRitchie Whorton01-25-2018

HB313

Jefferson Co., add'l storm water fee, distrib.John W. Rogers01-25-2018

HB314

Public assistance, certain eligibility requirements for TANF and SNAP revised, fraud detection measures requiredArnold Mooney01-25-2018

HB315

Teachers' Retirement System, UAB employees who served as postdoctoral fellow, allowed to purchase up to two years credit in the systemJohn W. Rogers01-25-2018

HB316

Credit Unions, regulation of; voting and notice requirements 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 session 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.Mack Butler03-22-2018

HB317

Economic Development, notification and confidentiality provisions revised for certain economic incentives, State Industrial Development Authority, bonds for industrial development and site preparation, auth., definition of lobbying under Ethics Act not to include economic development professionals under certain conditions, expiration date, Alabama Jobs Enhancement Act, Secs. 41-29-501 to 41-29-507, inclusive, added; Sec. 41-29-3 am'd.Ken Johnson03-29-2018

HB318

Absentee voting, procedures revised, circumstances when authorized expanded, photo identification for application required, Secs. 17-9-51, 17-11-19 repealed; Secs. 17-9-30, 17-10-1, 17-10-2, 17-11-3, 17-11-4, 17-11-5, 17-11-7, 17-11-18 am'd.Randy Davis01-25-2018

HB319

Board of Massage Therapy, boards and commissions, criminal history background check required for licensees, sexual misconduct further provided for, certain reporting requirements provided for, Secs. 34-43-12, 34-43-13, 34-43-14, 34-43-15 am'd.Jack Williams02-22-2018

HB320

Income tax, filing requirement threshold to be sum of standard deduction and personal exemptions, Sec. 40-18-27 am'd.Rod Scott03-22-2018

HB321

Nursing facilities, supplemental privilege assessment and monthly surcharge for Medicaid extended, expiration under certain conditions, Sec. 40-26B-21 am'd.Steve Clouse03-28-2018

HB322

Hospitals, private hospital assessment and Medicaid funding program extended for fiscal year 2019, Secs. 40-26B-71, 40-26B-73, 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 Clouse03-28-2018

HB323

Kinship guardianship, to remove certain requirements for appointment of guardians by the juvenile court, Sec. 12-15-314 am'd.Paul W. Lee03-13-2018

HB324

Escambia Co., county board of education, members, compensation increased, Sec. 45-27-100 am'd.Alan Baker03-06-2018

HB325

Sky lantern, possession or sale prohibited, Act 2017-387, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 13A-11-225 am'd.Ron Johnson03-20-2018

HB326

Cullman Co., coroner, annual salary provided for, Sec. 45-22-60 am'd.Corey Harbison03-08-2018

HB327

Alabama Private Investigation Regulatory Act, private investigator, fees clarified, qualifications, licensing, procedure and fee to reinstate inactive licenses, increase number of hours for continuing education, Secs. 34-25B-4, 34-25B-7, 34-25B-11, 34-25B-12, 34-25B-13, 34-25B-17, 34-25B-18, 34-25B-21, 34-25B-22, 34-25B-26 am'd.Arnold Mooney02-08-2018

HB328

EMS personel, revise licensing process to authorize criminal background checks, revise licensing fees, etc., Secs. 22-18-4, 22-18-6 am'd.Chris Sells02-15-2018

HB329

Bridgeport, alcoholic beverages, Sunday salesTommy Hanes02-15-2018

HB330

Teachers' Retirement System, retirees and beneficiaries, one-time lump sum addition to retirement allowances, provided forConnie C. Rowe03-15-2018

HB331

Medicaid, eligibility verification requirements required, referral of fraud for prosecution, agency required to implement work requirements, exceptionsArnold Mooney01-30-2018

HB332

Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, provide a 10 year look back for prior convictions, administrative driver license suspensions, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.Tim Wadsworth01-30-2018

HB333

Motor vehicles, lighted headlamps, req'd from sunset to sunrise, Sec. 32-5-240 am'd.Ritchie Whorton03-13-2018

HB172

State Fire Marshal, permit fees, collected for permit to manufacture a destructive device or biological weapon be deposited in State Fire Marshal's Fund, Sec. 36-19-2.1 am'd.David Faulkner01-11-2018

HB173

Ad valorem taxes, co. commission authorized to abate taxes for Class III property taxed at current use when converted to other taxable use for projects under Ala. Jobs Act, consent of municipality if in corporate limits, Sec. 40-7-25.4 addedDanny Crawford01-11-2018

HB174

Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutionsBill Poole03-15-2018

HB175

Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public educationBill Poole03-29-2018

HB176

Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriationBill Poole03-15-2018

HB177

Talladega College, appropriationBill Poole03-15-2018

HB178

Tuskegee University, appropriationBill Poole03-15-2018

HB179

Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to various school systems and colleges and universities, and other entitiesBill Poole03-28-2018

HB180

Appropriation, supplemental appropriation from Education Trust Fund to Department of Veterans' Affairs and State Department of Education for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, Act 2017-335, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd.Bill Poole03-28-2018

HB181

Alabama Uniform Voidable Transfers Act, adopted, creditors, procedures to reach assets transferred to prevent seizure established, Secs. 8-9B-1 to 8-9B-17, inclusive, addedMatt Fridy01-25-2018

HB182

Home Builders Licensure Board, hearing costs, collection, fines increased for violations, revocation of certain licenses, Secs. 34-14A-1 to 34-14A-8, inclusive, 34-14A-14, 34-14A-15 am'd.Steve McMillan02-20-2018

HB183

Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.Tommy Hanes03-27-2018

HB184

Taxation, Prince Hall Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons and Most Worshipful Grand Lodge F. and A.M., exempt from sales, county and municipal taxesArtis McCampbell01-11-2018

HB185

Daylight saving time, state exempt from obervance of, const. amend.Tommy Hanes01-11-2018

HB186

Motor Vehicle Franchise Act, unfair and deceptive trade practices, coercion of dealer to change or modify premises when unreasonable, further provided for, Sec. 8-20-4 am'd.Ron Johnson02-01-2018

HB187

Law enforcement, definition of working day for purposes of subsistence allowance clarified, Sec. 36-21-2 am'd.Phillip Pettus03-06-2018

HB188

Marengo Co., golf carts, allowed to be operated on municipal streets and public roads in municipalities, const. amend.Artis McCampbell03-08-2018

HB189

Education, 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 Wilcox01-25-2018

HB190

Transportation network companies, providing ride sharing for compensation, Public Service Commission permit required to operate, minimum requirements imposedDavid Faulkner02-15-2018

HB191

Parental rights, right to direct upbringing, education, care, and custody of child, const. amend.Matt Fridy02-01-2018

HB192

Workers' compensation, law enforcement officer or firefighter, killed in line of duty, surviving spouse to keep benefits after remarriage, dependent child benefits extended until age of majoirity, Secs. 25-5-60, 25-5-66, 25-5-68, 25-5-69 am'd.Matt Fridy03-27-2018

HB193

Open Primary elections, system created, qualifications to participate in general election, revised, Sec. 17-13-8.2 added; Secs. 17-13-7.1, 17-13-19, 17-13-20, 17-13-21, 17-13-23, 17-13-41, 17-13-101 repealed; Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-7, 17-5-8, 17-6-21, 17-6-22, 17-9-3, 17-11-12, 17-13-1, 17-13-2, 17-13-3, 17-13-5, 17-13-6, 17-13-7, 17-13-8, 17-13-16, 17-13-18, 17-13-22, 17-13-50, 17-16-45, 17-16-46, 21-4-21am'd.Artis McCampbell01-11-2018

HB194

Palliative and end of life individual health plans, minors, representative authorized to provide health care and other directives to health care providers, schools, etc. where terminally ill, Alex Hoover Act, Secs. 22-8A-15 to 22-8A-17, inclusive, added; Secs. 22-8A-2, 22-8A-3, 22-8A-7 am'd.April Weaver03-22-2018

HB195

Revenue Dept, record of sales, use, and lodgings tax certificates of exemption, public disclosure required, limitations, consolidated annual report provided to Fiscal Div. of Legislative Services Agency prior to each legislative sessionChris Pringle02-08-2018

HB196

Crimes and offenses, manslaughter, death resulting from unlawful sale of a controlled substance, Sec. 13A-6-3 am'd.Chris Pringle01-11-2018

HB197

Advisory Board to the State Health Officer, authorize to meet by electronic means and establish rules of procedures for meetings, Sec. 22-21-27 am'd.Arnold Mooney02-01-2018

HB198

Alabama Assistance and Service Animal Integrity in Housing Act, documentation to be provided to landlord for exeception, offenses of misrepresentation of entitlement to an assistance animal or service animal and misrepresentation of an animal as an assistance animal or service animal created as misdemeanors, Alabama Assistance and Service Animal Integrity in Housing ActMatt Fridy03-08-2018

HB199

Motor vehicles, traffic accident reports, confidentiality, exceptions, Sec. 32-10-7 am'd.Matt Fridy03-28-2018

HB200

Retirement, 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 Jr01-11-2018

HB201

Cullman Co., parks owned by county, Cullman Co. Park Event Disbursement Fund, remaining funds after disbursement to event winners made, further provided for, Sec. 45-22-222 am'd.Randall Shedd02-15-2018

HB202

Schools, terminally ill minors, Palliative and End of Life Individual Health Plans to be used in school setting, program established, Secs. 16-30B-1 to 16-30B-6, inclusive, addedApril Weaver03-22-2018

HB203

Chilton Co., dangerous dogs, procedures for declaring dog dangerous in unincorporated areas of county, registration requirement, criminal penalties, const. amend.Jimmy Martin03-08-2018

HB204

Chilton Co., dangerous dogs, procedures for declaring dog dangerous or a nuisance in unincorporated areas of county, registration requirement, penaltiesJimmy Martin03-08-2018

HB205

Chilton Co., sheriff, salaryJimmy Martin03-08-2018

HB206

Chilton Co., judge of probate, salaryJimmy Martin03-08-2018

HB207

Dale Co., alcoholic beverages, outside of corp. limits of muns, on-premises consumption, approval of co. commission required, Sec. 45-23-20 repealedSteve Clouse03-08-2018

HB208

Ozark, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city authorized to regulate for on-premises and off-premises sales, referendumSteve Clouse03-08-2018

HB209

Dale Co., revenue commissioner's office, tag transaction fee, distrib. for emergency medical servicesSteve Clouse03-08-2018

HB210

Dale Co., alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, referendums, municipalities,Steve Clouse03-08-2018

HB211

Funeral Service, Board of, mortuary schools, students with valid apprenticeships or internships in another state may attend, criminal prosecution of funeral service law violations, quorum of the board, provided further, Secs. 34-13-3, 34-13-5, 34-13-6, 34-13-22 am'd.K. L. Brown03-22-2018

HB212

Wilcox Co., sales and use tax, distrib. to J. Paul Jones HospitalKelvin Lawrence02-01-2018

HB213

Elections, notification of absentee voter of defective and uncounted ballot, Sec. 17-11-10 am'd.Mike Ball01-16-2018

HB214

Open primary elections, system created, qualifications to participate in general elections revised, Sec. 17-13-8.2 added; Secs. 17-13-7.1, 17-13-19, 17-13-20, 17-13-21, 17-13-23, 17-13-41, 17-13-101 repealed; Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-7, 17-5-8, 17-6-21, 17-6-22, 17-9-3, 17-11-12, 17-13-1, 17-13-2, 17-13-3, 17-13-5, 17-13-6, 17-13-7, 17-13-8, 17-13-16, 17-13-18, 17-13-22, 17-13-50, 17-16-45, 17-16-46, 21-4-21am'd.Mike Ball01-16-2018

HB215

Tennessee 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 Pringle01-16-2018

HB216

Motorcycles and bicycles, red lights, authorized to disregard traffic-control signal and proceed under certain conditions, Sec. 32-5A-32 am'd.Victor Gaston01-16-2018

HB217

Environmental Management Commission, membership to include licensed geologist, Sec. 22-22A-6 am'd.Johnny Mack Morrow01-16-2018

HB218

Henry Co., sheriff, booking fee, imposed on each person booked in co. jail, collection, distrib. ofDexter Grimsley03-06-2018

HB219

Henry Co., sheriff, service of process fee, further provided for, distrib., Sec. 45-34-231am'd.Dexter Grimsley02-15-2018

HB220

Henry Co., coroner, employment benefits providedDexter Grimsley02-08-2018

HB221

Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, 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 entitiesPebblin W. Warren02-20-2018

HB222

Monroe Co., court costs, additional in circuit and district court cases, distrib. to circuit clerk, district attorney, and judiciaryHarry Shiver01-25-2018

HB223

Code of Alabama 1975, Acts of 2016 First Special Session, 2017 Regular Session, supplements and certain replacement volumes, codified with certain corrections, local laws of certain counties codified, duties of Secretary of StateVictor Gaston03-13-2018

HB224

Public water systems, notification to State Health Officer required when changes made to fluoride levelsKyle South02-22-2018

HB225

Juvenile Justice, provisions relating to the juvenile justice system substantially revised, adoption of policies for absenteeism and school misconduct required, Juvenile Justice Reinvestment Fund, created, Secs, 12-15-102, 12-15-107, 12-15-110, 12-15-117, 12-15-119, 12-15-120, 12-15-121, 12-15-126, 12-15-127, 12-15-128, 12-15-132, 12-15-203, 12-15-204, 12-15-207, 12-15-209, 12-15-211, 12-15-215, 12-15-221, 12-15-701, 12-25-9, 16-28-2.2, 16-28-8, 16-28-12, 16-28-13, 16-28-14, 16-28-16, 16-28-17, 16-28-18, 44-1-1, 44-1-24, 44-1-36 am'd.Jim Hill02-01-2018

HB226

Child abuse, aggravated, age of child raised to 14 years for purposes of charging with Class A felony, Sec. 26-15-3.1 am'd.Jim Hill03-28-2018

HB227

Child abuse, aggravated, age of child raised to 14 years for purposes of charging with Class A felony, Sec. 26-15-3.1 am'd.Chris Sells01-16-2018

HB228

State agencies, national motto "In God We Trust", use authorized on public buildings and vehiclesDavid Standridge03-13-2018

HB229

State Auditor, duties further provided, authorized to make written demand for recovery of public funds improperly withheld or illegally expended, initiate legal action for recovery of funds or value of property, Sec. 36-16-1 am'd.Paul Beckman01-16-2018

HB230

Craft Training Board, members, terms and term limits, bd reappointed, Sec. 41-4-412 am'd.Donnie Chesteen02-08-2018

HB231

Firearms, possession and carrying of, certain requirements for, repealed or deleted, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-50, 13A-11-51, 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-74, repealed; Sec. 13A-11-61.2 am'd.Isaac Whorton01-18-2018

HB232

Controlled substances, persons licensed to distribute or dispense, expert testimony required for prosecution, fines, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd.Chris England03-22-2018

HB233

Death penalty, moratorium on imposition and execution not to exceed three years, procedure for administeringMerika Coleman01-16-2018

HB234

Parole, Board of Pardons and Paroles, violations, confinement period for parole violation reduced for time served in holding, Sec. 15-22-32 am'd.Merika Coleman01-16-2018

HB235

Initiative, constitutional amendments, proposed by people, authorized, Legislature may offer alternate proposal, const. amend.Isaac Whorton01-16-2018

HB236

Education, school resource officers, qualifications further provided for, Sec. 16-1-44.1 am'd.Phillip Pettus03-21-2018

HB237

Funeral Service, Board of, specific race requirements for memberships removed, Secs. 34-13-20, 34-13-23 am'd.K. L. Brown03-22-2018

HB238

Sales and use tax on food, exempt from, beginning September 1, 2018John F. Knight Jr01-16-2018

HB239

Voter registration, procedures to maintain voter registration database revised, Sec. 17-4-30 am'd.Paul Beckman02-01-2018

HB240

University of Alabama, Board of Trustees, congressional districts for membership as constituted on 1/1/2018, State Superintendent of Education removed from membership, age restriction of 70 deleted, Section 264 of the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd, const. amend.Danny Garrett02-08-2018

HB241

Election, write-in voting, procedures revised, Sec. 17-6-28 am'd.Ron Johnson03-21-2018

HB242

Sales and use taxes, exemption for sale of fruit and agricultural products further provided for, all sales tax exemptions incorporated in use tax, Secs. 40-23-4, 40-23-62 am'd.David Sessions03-27-2018

HB243

Transportation Dept, competitive bids, min. requirement increased for projects over $250,000, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.Chris Sells03-06-2018

HB244

Psychology Professional Wellness Committee, established within Psychology Examiners board to provide intervention services to impaired licensed professionals, duties, immunity provided, Sec. 34-26-4 addedJack Williams03-20-2018

HB245

Human trafficking, increase criminal penalties for obstructing enforcement of, Secs. 13A-6-152, 13A-6-153 am'd.Mack Butler02-08-2018

HB246

Leeds, ad valorem tax, add'l authorized, distrib. to public schools and city, referendumDickie Drake03-22-2018

HB247

Election, voting recounts, allowed for all public offices and ballot measures, Sec. 17-16-21 am'd.Alan Baker01-18-2018

HB248

Home buyers, first-time, savings accounts authorized to save funds for a down payment and closing costs, income tax deduction for contributionsKyle South03-22-2018

HB249

Employees' Retirement System, local units, one-time payment, provisions of Act 2017-367 extended to allow local participating units add'l time to elect to come under actSteve McMillan03-27-2018

HB250

Education, population requirement for city to establish a board of education increased from 5,000 to 25,000, determination of financial capability required, Sec. 16-11-1 am'd.Merika Coleman01-18-2018

HB251

Wallace-Folsom Savings Investment Plan, certain contributions to savings accounts by guardians and conservators, authorized, Sec. 16-33C-25 am'd.Ken Johnson03-15-2018

HB252

Economic development, tax credits for investments in rural growth funds auth., administered by the Dept. of Commerce, Ala. Agribusiness and Rural Jobs ActConnie C. Rowe01-18-2018

HB253

Animals, 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. Rowe02-08-2018

HB254

Emergency responders, certified peer support member, certain communications priviledgedConnie C. Rowe01-18-2018

HB255

Adult Protective Services Act, revise definition of protected person, to persons with Alzheimers disease or dementia and remove reference to senile, Sec. 38-9-2 am'd.Laura Hall03-27-2018

HB256

Animals, cruelty to dogs and cats, shelter defined, Sec. 13A-11-240 am'd.Mack Butler02-08-2018

HB257

Employment practice, unlawful to inquire from job applicant information relating to arrests or conviction of crimes, criminal record, with exceptionsJuandalynn Givan01-18-2018

HB258

Education, public, providing that Biblical theory of creation be taught in public K-12 schools under certain conditionsSteve Hurst01-18-2018

HB259

Self Defense, use of deadly force, prohibition of using stand your ground as defense if the person pursued person it was used against, Trayvon Martin exception, Sec.13A-3-23 am'd.Merika Coleman01-18-2018

HB260

Irrigation equip. or reservoirs for agriculture purposes, income tax credit, eligibility for credit, Sec. 40-18-342 am'd.Donnie Chesteen03-22-2018

HB261

Education, Alabama Math and Science Teacher Education Program (AMSTEP) created, ACHE to administer, loan repayment awards to eligible public school math and science teachers in underserved areas of stateJoe Lovvorn03-28-2018

HB262

Income tax, individuals, standard deduction increased based on certain adjusted gross income for, Sec. 40-18-15 am'd.Reed Ingram02-22-2018

HB86

Municipalities, any municipality that was abolished by a law shall function as a municipality from the date of its initial organizationBarbara Boyd03-08-2018

HB87

Traffic offenses, tickets, procedure to allow payment of outstanding fines for certain traffic offensesThad McClammy01-09-2018

HB88

Competitive bids on public contracts by state agencies and institutions, preference for vendors owned by veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, joint purchasing agreements further provided for, cities and counties authorized to use fleet fuel cards, Secs. 41-16-20, 41-16-21.1, 41-16-27, 41-4-110 am'd.Dickie Drake03-06-2018

HB89

Attorneys, with special licenses, authorized to do pro bono work, Sec. 34-3-6 am'd.Chris England03-27-2018

HB90

Residential 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 Rich02-15-2018

HB91

Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, Helping Schools, fee increased, Sec. 32-6-300 am'd.Thad McClammy01-25-2018

HB92

Motor vehicles, license tags and plates, Dept. of Veterans Affairs, placard for certain military honors, provided, prohibit parking in parking places reserved for recipients of certain military honorsBarry Moore02-20-2018

HB93

Association of Former Members of the Alabama Legislature, created, board of directors, executive director, and staff provided for, participation of employees in SEHIP and ERSJack Williams01-09-2018

HB94

Crimes and Offenses; Preventing a person from making a public speech buy unlawful means because of the content of the speech.Jack Williams01-09-2018

HB95

State Government, public buildings, unused and uninhabited public buildings, required to be sold at auction or transferred to Alabama Land Bank AuthorityJack Williams01-09-2018

HB96

Higher education, tuition to two-year colleges to graduates with bachelor's degrees from state colleges and universities, granted in certain circumstancesJack Williams01-09-2018

HB97

Transportation network companies, Public Service Commission permit required to operate, minimum requirements imposedDavid Faulkner01-09-2018

HB98

Fort Payne, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council may permitNathaniel Ledbetter01-30-2018

HB99

Motor vehicle, guaranteed asset protection waiver increase the fine for providing a refund, Sec. 8-37-6 am'd.Jimmy Martin02-22-2018

HB100

Co. commissions, bank depository, requirement to select in December of each year deleted, Sec. 11-4-41 am'd.Will Ainsworth03-01-2018

HB101

Agriculture Authorities, exempt from competitive bid laws, Sec. 11-20-82 addedLynn Greer01-09-2018

HB102

Income tax credit, extend rural tax credits to certified registered nurse practitioners who practice in small or rural communities, Secs. 40-18-130 to 40-18-132, inclusive, am'd.April Weaver01-09-2018

HB103

Consumer and Consumer Protection, telephone solicitation, maximum civil penalty and damage awards increased for certain violations, Secs. 8-19C-6, 8-19C-7 am'd.Mike Ball01-18-2018

HB104

Etowah Co., personnel bd. for co. employees, per diem for meetings and hearings, Sec. 45-28-121 am'd.Craig Ford03-27-2018

HB105

Emergency responders, certified peer support member, certain communications privileged, criminal penalties for violationPaul W. Lee03-22-2018

HB106

Court reporters, state salary tied to pay scale of Alabama Personnel Dept. Pay Plan for state employees, subject to cost-of-living and merit raises, provide pay for court reporter returning to state service, provide salary of supernumerary court reporters, Secs. 12-17-274, 12-17-292 am'd.Paul W. Lee02-22-2018

HB107

Municipal business licenses, not required for certain persons travelling through municipality on business, Sec. 11-51-90.2 am'd.Paul W. Lee03-22-2018

HB108

Pistol 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 Scott02-22-2018

HB109

Genital mutilation, making act on female under 19 years of age a Class B felonyRod Scott01-09-2018

HB110

Taxation, Simplified Sellers Use Tax Program, affiliate restriction against participation eliminated, certain tangible personal property specified as subject to sales tax, Simplified Seller Use Tax Remittance Act, Secs. 40-23-191, 40-23-193 am'd.Rod Scott01-09-2018

HB111

Alcoholic beverages, nonprofit special events retail license, eligibility, fees, application, alternate event date or location, exemption from license under certain circumstances, license requirement removed, Sec. 28-3A-6 am'd.Craig Ford01-09-2018

HB112

Lottery, authorized, Alabama Lottery Corporation, created, distrib. of revenues for college scholarships, Sec. 65, Constitution of Alabama of 1901 am'd., const. amend.Craig Ford01-09-2018

HB113

Environmental 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 Johnson01-18-2018

HB114

Education, K-12, permit the use of the Bible and other scripture as educational materialLynn Greer01-25-2018

HB115

Captial offenses, enumerated capital offenses, murder on school campus, included, murder in a day care center, included, Sec. 13A-5-40 am'd.Lynn Greer02-15-2018

HB116

Criminal 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 Hurst01-09-2018

HB117

Debt, open-end credit accounts including credit card debt, statute of limitations at six years, Sec. 6-2-34 am'd.Paul Beckman02-22-2018

HB118

Taxation, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, under certain conditions, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.Steve McMillan03-28-2018

HB119

Attorneys, encouraging litigation, criminal penalties increased, Secs. 34-3-24, 34-3-35 am'd.Matt Fridy03-28-2018

HB120

Montgomery Co., co. commission, providing add'l expense allowanceKelvin Lawrence03-13-2018

HB121

Montgomery Co., co. commission, participation in Employees' Retirement System, const. amend.Kelvin Lawrence03-27-2018

HB122

Education, colleges and universities, boards of trustees required to develop policy, students under investigation criminal conduct, right to remain silentJack Williams01-09-2018

HB123

Legislature, House or Senate, vacancies, if less than two years left in term, gov. would appt., adding new Sec. 46, const. amend.Victor Gaston02-01-2018

HB124

Corrections Dept., Dept. of Finance, Purchasing Division, to provide exemptions from purchasing requirements, Sec. 14-7-8 am'd.Alan Baker03-08-2018

HB125

Insurance Dept, licensure of producers and service representatives, continuing education for renewals, civil penalties, provisions for extension deleted, Secs. 27-8A-1, 27-8A-2 am'd.Kerry Rich03-06-2018

HB126

Children, paternity, to enable a man to challenge presumption of paternity if he believes he is the biological father of a child, Sec. 26-17-607 am'd.Kerry Rich01-09-2018

HB127

Class 2 municipalities (Mobile), motor vehicles, inoperable, procedure to abate as nuisancesAdline Clarke03-06-2018

HB128

Limestone Co., revenue commissioner and license commissioner, budget funded from ad valorem taxes, Act 2006-343, 2006 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-2-201.01 am'd.Danny Crawford03-27-2018

HB129

Relating to juvenile dependency proceedings; to establish indigency requirements and limit eligibility for court-appointed counsel for parents who have parental rights terminated.Rich Wingo03-21-2018

HB130

Warrior, City of, corp. limits alt.Allen Treadaway03-06-2018

HB131

Examiners of Public Accounts Department, provisions governing operation of substantially revised, Chapter 5 of Title 41 repealed, Chapter 5A of Title 41 addedChris Pringle02-15-2018

HB132

Dental Examiners, Board of, patient abandonment defined, exemption of mobile facilities expanded to all state and local health dept. mobile dental facilities, exemptions for limited practice clarified, cont. education providers, time for taking licensing exam extended, display of license and reproduction of registration cert., fees, disciplinary action, approval of specialty status by board, membership ballot procedure, succession on bd., technical corrections, Secs. 34-9-1, 34-9-6.1, 34-9-7, 34-9-7.1, 34-9-10, 34-9-13, 34-9-15, 34-9-16, 34-9-18, 34-9-19, 34-9-40, 34-9-41, 34-9-88 am'd.Marcel Black01-25-2018

HB133

Walker Co., state lands, sixteenth section lands, and school lands, distrib. to trust account for schools and county board of education, const. amend.Tim Wadsworth01-25-2018

HB134

Pardons 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 Wadsworth02-22-2018

HB135

Hospitals required to provide notice and hold public hearing prior to closure or termination of servicesTim Wadsworth01-09-2018

HB136

Chiropractors, chiropractic agreements with patients, not considered insurance, license to sell or market not required, requirements for agreement established, discontinuance of services under the agreement, Ala. Chiropractors Direct Pay ActKen Johnson03-15-2018

HB137

Taxation, Alabama Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act, Revenue Dept. require to establish a tax amnesty programKen Johnson02-27-2018

HB138

Civil immunity, provided to persons providing transportation to health care providers without compensation, exceptionsKen Johnson03-21-2018

HB139

Assistive devices for mobility and hearing sight impaired, warranties, New Assistive Devices Warranty Act, definitions, remediesKen Johnson03-22-2018

HB140

Motor vehicles, handicapped parking, transportation of passengers provided for, enforcement, sign designating special access parking place not required to specify fine, Sec. 32-6-233.1 am'd.Ken Johnson03-22-2018

HB141

Revenue Dept., Alabama Tax Tribunal decisions, required to follow unless on appeal or reversed by appeal, Sec. 40-2B-2.1 addedArnold Mooney01-09-2018

HB142

Eminent 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 Mooney02-01-2018

HB143

Revenue Dept., sale of state land, employment of auction company, Sec. 40-10-134 am'd.Arnold Mooney01-09-2018

HB144

Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.Arnold Mooney01-09-2018

HB145

Public property, national motto, In God We Trust, authorized to displayArnold Mooney01-09-2018

HB146

Homewood, ad valorem tax purposes, limitation removed on tax in one year on various classes of property, const. amend.David Faulkner03-06-2018

HB147

Municipality, council-manager form of gov., council-manager act of 1982, composition of council, alternate forms, Sec. 11-43A-1.1 added; Secs. 11-43A-8, 11-43A-9, 11-43A-14, 11-43A-16, 11-43A-32 am'dDavid Faulkner03-28-2018

HB148

Counties, warrants for public facilities, facilities may include facilities owned by municipalities, Sec. 11-28-1.1 am'd.Randy Davis03-21-2018

HB149

Poarch Creek Indians, granted police powers under certain conditions, employment of police officers , Secs. 36-21-120 to 36-21-124, inclusive, am'd.Randy Davis03-21-2018

HB150

State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2018.Dimitri Polizos03-08-2018

HB151

Sales tax, licenses from Revenue Dept., two-year surety bond required with new or renewal sales tax license registration under certain conditions and certain non-compliant licenses, Sec. 40-23-6 am'd.Ron Johnson03-27-2018

HB152

Conservation and Natural Resources, game breeder's licenses, issuance, further provided for, penalties, criminal penalties applicable only for intentional violations, Secs. 9-11-30, 9-11-31.1 am'd.April Weaver01-25-2018

HB153

Excel, low-speed vehicles, mun. may authorizeHarry Shiver03-06-2018

HB154

Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutionsCraig Ford01-11-2018

HB155

Supplemental appropriations, Corrections Dept., Departmental Emergency Fund, and Forensic Sciences, supp. approp. for fiscal year 2018Steve Clouse01-11-2018

HB156

General Fund budget, appropriations for other functions of government, debt service, and capital outlay for fiscal year ending September 30, 2019.Steve Clouse01-11-2018

HB157

Taxation, to provide that certain evidence of comparable sales or leases shall be inadmissible in taxpayer appeals for the rulings of boards of equalization fixing value of commercial property, Sec. 40-3-27 addedCorley Ellis02-22-2018

HB158

Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, vehicles required to move over when approaching a Transportation Dept. vehicle on roadside with flashing lights, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.Chris Sells03-22-2018

HB159

Appointments, made by the Governor, to be subject to confirmation by the Senate for certain agencies, Secs. 14-1-1.3, 22-50-16, 23-1-21, 40-2-41, 41-4-30, 41-27-2 am'd.Chris Sells01-11-2018

HB160

Safety belts, fine increased for person riding in front seat without seat belts, distribution, Secs. 32-5B-5, 32-5B-8 am'd.Chris Sells02-01-2018

HB161

Capital offenses, aggravating circumstances if victim was a law enforcement or correctional officer, first responder, or under 14 years of age, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.Chris Sells03-21-2018

HB162

Marriage license, recording by judge of probate, transmission to Vital Statistics office, Secs. 30-1-9, 30-1-10, 30-1-11, 30-1-13, 30-1-14 repealed; Secs. 22-9A-17, 30-1-5, 30-1-12, 30-1-16 am'd.Paul Beckman01-25-2018

HB163

Trusts, Uniform Trust Decanting Act, enacted, decanting power of fiduciaries of certain trusts to distribute assets of the trusts to other trusts, fiduciary duties, procedures, notice, limitations, trusts for the care of animals, authorizedPaul Beckman03-27-2018

HB164

Tax Exemption Reform Act, united appeal fund entities and supported charities, grace period to obtain or renew certificate of exemption from Dept. of Revenue provided through Sept. 30, 2018, Sec. 40-9-12.1addedDanny Garrett03-06-2018

HB165

Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and LegislatureLaura Hall01-11-2018

HB166

Marriage 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 Davis03-15-2018

HB167

Income tax, check-off of contribution for the Alabama State Veterans Cemetery at Spanish Fort, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.Randy Davis02-01-2018

HB168

Clay Co., sheriff prohibited from participating in supernumerary program, participation in Employees' Retirement System authorized, Act 2017-193, 2017 Reg. Sess., repealed, const. amend.Steve Hurst02-01-2018

HB169

Talladega Co., county engineer, residency requirement, waiver by co. commission, Act 91-522, 1991 Reg. Sess., am'd.Steve Hurst02-13-2018

HB170

Commerce Dept., Workforce Council, membership revised, regional workforce development councils, membership qualifications revised, Secs. 41-29-290, 41-29-291, 41-29-300 am'd.Alan Baker03-22-2018

HB171

Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports requiredElaine Beech02-01-2018

HB78

Coosa Co., Forever Wild Land, payment from Ala. Trust Fund for lost ad valorem tax revenue, const. amend.Ron Johnson01-30-2018

HB79

Coosa Co., sheriff, service of process fee, failure to appear warrants, distrib. to sheriff for law enforcement purposesRon Johnson01-25-2018

HB80

Coosa Co., sheriff, booking fee, imposed on each person booked in co. jail, distribution of revenuesRon Johnson01-25-2018

HB81

Coosa Co., sheriff, use of debit or credit card provided forRon Johnson02-08-2018

HB82

Public Accountancy Board, board composition and powers altered, Secs. 34-1-2, 34-1-3, 34-1-11, 34-1-12 am'd.Merika Coleman01-25-2018

HB83

Veterans, 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.Connie C. Rowe03-06-2018

HB84

Schedule 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 Weaver01-11-2018

HB85

Revenue Department, prosecutions for tax law violations, reimbursement of to Attorney General or district attorney for costs, Sec. 40-2-11 am'd.Ron Johnson03-22-2018

HB1

Retirement, 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 Hanes02-08-2018

HB2

Trapping 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 Hanes01-09-2018

HB3

Public 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 Hanes01-09-2018

HB4

Motor 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 Hanes03-13-2018

HB5

Taxation, 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 Hanes03-15-2018

HB6

Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, able bodied adults without dependents, work requirements imposed to receive benefitsTommy Hanes01-09-2018

HB7

Fire Departments, non-volunteer, diesel exhaust system installed in the fire station building, required within certain time frame and under certain conditionsTommy Hanes01-09-2018

HB8

Driving 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 Mooney01-25-2018

HB9

Youth sports, coaches and certain others involved in high risk youth athletics, injury mitigation course approved by Public Health Dept. required annuallyJack Williams03-27-2018

HB10

Alabama Public Transportation Trust Fund, established, ADECA required to administer trust fund; Public Transportation Trust Fund Advisory Committee, created.Jack Williams01-18-2018

HB11

Legislative procedure, requirement that bill must be read at length prior to final passage removed, const. amend.Dickie Drake01-09-2018

HB12

County Superintendent of Education, prohibition against additional employment removed, Sec. 16-9-12 am'd.Danny Crawford01-09-2018

HB13

Education, teachers, 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 Fincher02-08-2018

HB14

Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, fee to Ala. Head and Spinal Cord Trust Fund, payment provided for, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.Phillip Pettus03-27-2018

HB15

Municipalities, govening body, exemption of public property from, requirements of memorial preservation acts, acts/code amdJuandalynn Givan01-09-2018

HB16

Memorial Preservation Act, repealed, Secs. 41-9-230 to 41-9-237, inclusive, repealedJuandalynn Givan01-09-2018

HB17

Vacancies, United States Senator, temporary appointment by Governor until next general election authorized, Sec. 36-9-7 am'd; Sec. 36-9-8 repealedSteve Clouse02-15-2018

HB18

Prosthetists and Orthotists Board, licensure, exemptions further provided for, Sec. 34-25A-5 am'd.Ron Johnson02-27-2018

HB19

Sales and use taxes, exemption for sales of gold bullions, money, etc, Secs. 40-23-4, 40-23-62 am'd.Ron Johnson01-25-2018

HB20

Physician 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 McMillan01-09-2018

HB21

Hunting, authorize the taking of whitetail deer or feral swine by means of bait, Secs. 9-11-244, 9-11-245 am'd.Jack W. Williams03-28-2018

HB22

Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, authorities, inactive or inoperable, abolished, Secs. 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, 41-23-23 am'd; Secs. 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, 16-25A-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, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, 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 Pringle02-27-2018

HB23

University of North Alabama, Board of Trustees, revised to replace State Superintendent of Ed with at-large member, districts amended to reflect current congressional districts.Phillip Pettus02-01-2018

HB24

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.Isaac Whorton02-08-2018

HB25

Transportation Commission, established, five members appt from five regions of dept, duties, compensation, appointment of Transportation Department director, department not subject to Budget Management Act, Secs. 23-1-21, 23-1-21.2 am'd.Chris Pringle01-18-2018

HB26

Motor vehicles, smoking of tobacco products prohibited in vehicle with minor presentRolanda Hollis03-06-2018

HB27

Schools, 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 Baker02-15-2018

HB28

Public contracts, Alabama Fire College, joint purchasing agreement, authorized, competitive bids, Sec. 41-16-50 am'd.Bill Poole02-15-2018

HB29

Public examiners, provisions governing operation of substantially revised, Chapter 5 of Title 41 repealed, Chapter 5A of Title 41 addedChris Pringle01-09-2018

HB30

Alabama Family Trust Corporation, compliance with federal Social Security law and rules, provisions for successor life beneficiary deleted, disbursement of remainder including reimbursement for medical assistance, trust not to affect Medicaid approps, Secs. 38-9B-2, 38-9B-3, 38-9B-5 am'd.Matt Fridy01-25-2018

HB31

County Superintendent of Education, prohibition against additional employment removed, Sec. 16-9-12 am'd.Danny Crawford03-22-2018

HB32

Community development districts, add'l type authorized, marina on lake, sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises and off-premises consumption, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-3 am'd.Danny Crawford01-09-2018

HB33

Calhoun Co., municipalities not located entirely in the county, territory in county not subject to police jurisdiction or planning jurisdiction, exception for City of Oxford, const. amend.K. L. Brown01-30-2018

HB34

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.Lynn Greer03-22-2018

HB35

Taxation, sales and use tax, certain tax-exempt public water and sewer authorities, districts, boards, and systems eligible as government entities for certificates of exemptions from the Dept. of Revenue, Sec. 40-9-14.1 am'd.Danny Crawford03-08-2018

HB36

Indian Affairs Commission, permits for Indian festivals, pow wows, and other events, fees, funds continuously approp. to commissionHarry Shiver01-09-2018

HB37

Injection-Associated infectious disease elimination, pilot programs by Dept. of Public Health and local health authorities authorized, limited criminal immunity grantedJack Williams03-15-2018

HB38

Parental rights of any person committing rape terminated, Sec. 12-15-319 am'd.Jack Williams01-18-2018

HB39

Driver's licenses and similar cards, applicant for new or renewal, inclusion of emergency contact information in records of Alabama State Law Enforcement AgencyK. L. Brown03-13-2018

HB40

Gas, natural gas, conversion of motor vehicles for operating on compressed natural or liquefied gas, extended weight allowances, Sec. 32-9-20 am'd.Kyle South03-01-2018

HB41

Firefighters, retired, occupational disease of cancer, supplemental insurance coverage or reimbursement of actual expenses for medical treatment not covered by health ins. or Medicare, provided for if diagnosed within ten years of retirement, under certain conditionsTommy Hanes01-09-2018

HB42

Washington Co., court costs, add'l in district and circuit court, distrib. of funds for security at courthouseElaine Beech02-01-2018

HB43

Contracts, public, competitive bid law, minority-owned business and minority group, terms defined, Sec. 41-16-50 am'd.Rolanda Hollis01-09-2018

HB44

Pickens Co., sales and use tax, temporary use for community safe rooms, referendumAlan Harper03-21-2018

HB45

Securities Commission, directors salary to be fixed by commission with approval of State Personnel Board, Sec. 8-6-56 am'd.Kyle South01-09-2018

HB46

Residential 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 Rich01-09-2018

HB47

Tobacco, raise the age to purchase, possess, or use to 21 yearsChris Pringle01-09-2018

HB48

Local Government Health Insurance Program, Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound authorized to participate, Sec. 11-91A-2 am'd.Kerry Rich02-15-2018

HB49

Employment, compensation, requiring final wages to be timely paid upon separationChris England01-09-2018

HB50

Controlled substances, to add synthetic drugs and synthetic drug analogues to the list of controlled substances, Sec. 13A-12-211 am'd.Chris England01-09-2018

HB51

Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penaltiesRolanda Hollis01-09-2018

HB52

Abortion, require abortion providers to provide certain information to women seeking an abortion, and to require refunds if the abortion is cancelled, Secs. 26-23A-4, 26-23A-10 am'd.Kerry Rich02-08-2018

HB53

Environment, Alabama Legacy for Environmental Research Trust, use of hazardous waste fees for environmental research and education at public colleges and universities abolished, reversion of funds to Public Health Dept., Sec. 22-30B-19 repealedRon Johnson03-22-2018

HB54

Land Bank Authority, Revenue Commissioner required to convene board, transfer of state's interest in delinquent property, notice requirements, distribution of proceeds, Secs. 24-9-5 to 24-9-8, inclusive, am'd.Ron Johnson03-06-2018

HB55

Securities Commission, directors salary to be fixed by commission with approval of State Personnel Board, Sec. 8-6-56 am'd.Kyle South02-08-2018

HB56

Alabama Disaster Recovery Program, established to assist counties and municipalities with disaster recovery, committee to administer, Sec. 31-9-86 added; Secs. 31-9-10, 31-9-83 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter02-06-2018

HB57

Domestic violence, capital offense expanded to include murder of a parent or guardian in the presence of a child, add'l aggravating circumstances included, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.Phillip Pettus03-27-2018

HB58

Conservation and Natural Resources, state parks, admission, free to Alabama residents who are active or retired military personnel, Park for Patriots Act, Sec. 9-14-8 am'd.Dickie Drake02-22-2018

HB59

Domestic violence, in the first, second, and third degree, committed in the presence of a minor, increased incarceration periods and enhanced penalties, Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131 am'd.Corey Harbison03-27-2018

HB60

Day care centers, influenza vaccine, information to parents, requiredElaine Beech01-25-2018

HB61

Pharmacy, State Board of, outsourcing facilities, annual permit required, Secs. 34-23-1, 34-23-32 am'dElaine Beech02-08-2018

HB62

Washington Co., coroner, expense allowance, increase authorized, co. commission may increase thereafterElaine Beech02-01-2018

HB63

Nursing, Board of, loan repayment program for advanced-practice nurses, loan program authorized for certain currently certified nurses, Sec. 34-21-96 am'd.April Weaver01-25-2018

HB64

Nursing, Board of, investigators granted power of peace officers, Act 2017-46, 2017 Reg. Sess.; Sec. 34-21-2 am'd.April Weaver03-20-2018

HB65

Nursing Board, authorize certain anti-competitve rules that prioritize patient safety and wellness, Sec. 34-21-2.1 addedApril Weaver02-01-2018

HB66

Mayors, legislative functions in cities/towns with 12,000 or more but less than 25,000 inhabitants, authorized to continue operating as a city or town with less than 12,000 inhabitants by majority vote of council and mayor under certain conditions, veto power restricted, Secs. 11-43-2, 11-43-3, 11-43-40, 11-45-4, 11-45-5 am'd.Jim Hill03-15-2018

HB67

Indigent 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 Hill01-09-2018

HB68

Courts Judicial Resources Allocation, Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Alabama, require to reassign judges for prompt administration of justice, presiding circuit judge, authorized to reassign judges within circuit, Secs. 12-9A-7, 12-9A-8 addedJim Hill03-28-2018

HB69

Competitive 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 Standridge03-22-2018

HB70

Education, State Board of Education, membership, four nonvoting members added, Secs. 16-1-6, 16-1-41.1, 16-3-1, 16-3-3 to 16-3-7, inclusive, 16-3-9, 16-4-4 am'd.Terri Collins01-25-2018

HB71

Education Dept. of, Early Childhood Education, Secretary, qualifications, Sec. 26-24-2 am'd.Terri Collins03-22-2018

HB72

Alabama 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; numerous sections of Title 10A, am'd.Bill Poole02-15-2018

HB73

Pleasant Grove, gas and water distribution, sales proceeds, investment and use, Sec. 45-37A-411 am'd.Allen Farley03-27-2018

HB74

Juvenile courts, credit for time spent incarcerated pending adjudication provided for, Sec. 15-18-5 am'd.Rolanda Hollis03-28-2018

HB75

Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penaltiesRolanda Hollis03-01-2018

HB76

Child care facilities, daycare centers defined to include preschools, church based, licensing required under certain conditions, criminal history background checks required, Sec. 38-7-21 added; Secs. 13A-6-29, 38-7-2, 38-7-3, 38-13-2, 38-13-3 am'd.Pebblin W. Warren03-15-2018

HB77

Childersburg, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales by retail licensees, city council authorized to regulate and permit, referendumRon Johnson03-06-2018

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