HB 22

Sponsor
Session
Regular Session 2018
Title
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41-9-787, inclusive, 41-9-830 to 41-9-833, inclusive, 41-10-200 to 41-10-215, inclusive, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, Act 1985-138, Act 1985-280, Act 1985-301, Act 1985-811, Act 1987-02, Act 1988-213, Act 1991-259, Act 1991-325, Act 1992-56, Act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2009-798, Act 2009-806, Act 2010-458, Act 2010-638, Act 2011-132, Act 2011-356, Act 2012-25, Act 2012-597, Act 2014-194 repealed
Description

This bill would abolish certain inactive state boards, commissions, committees, authorities, councils, and task forces established by the Legislature

Relating to boards and commissions; to amend Sections 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, and 41-23-23, Code of Alabama 1975; to repeal Chapter 13A, commencing with Section 2-13A-1, of Title 2, Chapter 2A, commencing with Section 4-2A-1, of Title 4, Chapter 6A, commencing with Section 9-6A-1, of Title 9, Sections 9-12-142, 9-13-25, and 14-1-18, Article 2, commencing with Section 16-55-20, of Chapter 55 of Title 16, Section 16-25A-13, Article 2, commencing with Section 22-18-20, of Chapter 18 of Title 22, Sections 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, Article 12, commencing with Section 29-2-221, of Chapter 2 of Title 29, Article 7, commencing with Section 36-21-140, of Chapter 21 of Title 36, Section 36-36-10, Chapter 7A, commencing with Section 38-7A-1, of Title 38, Article 7B, commencing with Section 41-9-190, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 18, commencing with Section 41-9-490, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 22, commencing with Section 41-9-570, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 30, commencing with Section 41-9-780, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 32, commencing with Section 41-9-830, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 7, commencing with Section 41-10-200, of Chapter 10 of Title 41, and Chapter 25, commencing with 41-25-1, of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975; to repeal Act 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, and Act 2014-194.

Subjects
Boards and Commissions
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This bill would abolish certain inactive state boards, commissions, committees, authorities, councils, and task forces established by the Legislature

Relating to boards and commissions; to amend Sections 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, and 41-23-23, Code of Alabama 1975; to repeal Chapter 13A, commencing with Section 2-13A-1, of Title 2, Chapter 2A, commencing with Section 4-2A-1, of Title 4, Chapter 6A, commencing with Section 9-6A-1, of Title 9, Sections 9-12-142, 9-13-25, and 14-1-18, Article 2, commencing with Section 16-55-20, of Chapter 55 of Title 16, Section 16-25A-13, Article 2, commencing with Section 22-18-20, of Chapter 18 of Title 22, Sections 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, Article 12, commencing with Section 29-2-221, of Chapter 2 of Title 29, Article 7, commencing with Section 36-21-140, of Chapter 21 of Title 36, Section 36-36-10, Chapter 7A, commencing with Section 38-7A-1, of Title 38, Article 7B, commencing with Section 41-9-190, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 18, commencing with Section 41-9-490, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 22, commencing with Section 41-9-570, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 30, commencing with Section 41-9-780, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 32, commencing with Section 41-9-830, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Article 7, commencing with Section 41-10-200, of Chapter 10 of Title 41, and Chapter 25, commencing with 41-25-1, of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975; to repeal Act 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, and Act 2014-194.

Section 1

The following provisions of the Code of Alabama 1975, are repealed: (1) Chapter 13A, commencing with Section 2-13A-1, of Title 2, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Southern Dairy Compact and the Southern Dairy Compact Commission. (2) Chapter 2A, commencing with Section 4-2A-1, of Title 4, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama International Airport Authority. (3) Chapter 6A, commencing with Section 9-6A-1, of Title 9, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Synfuels Development Authority. (4) Section 9-12-142, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Fishing Reef Ship Commission. (5) Section 9-13-25, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Forestry Study Committee. (6) Section 14-1-18, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Capital Outlay Oversight Commission. (7) Section 16-25A-13, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Public Education Employees' Health Insurance Board Legislative Advisory Committee. (8) Article 2, commencing with Section 16-55-20, of Chapter 55 of Title 16, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama High School Legislative Leadership Academy. (9) Article 2, commencing with Section 22-18-20, of Chapter 18, Title 22, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama Emergency Medical Services Education Commission. (10) Section 22-30E-12, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Commission. (11) Section 22-50-25, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Mental Health Capital Outlay Oversight Commission. (12) Article 12, commencing with Section 29-2-221, of Chapter 2 of Title 29, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Legislative Youth Advisory Council and Commission. (13) Article 7, commencing with Section 36-21-140, of Chapter 21 of Title 36, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama Law Enforcement and Firefighter Service Medals Review Committee. (14) Section 36-36-10, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee on Retirees' Health Care. (15) Chapter 7A, commencing with Section 38-7A-1, of Title 38, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Child Care Commission. (16) Article 7B, commencing with Section 41-9-190, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Recycling Industry and Market Development Council. (17) Article 18, commencing with Section 41-9-490, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the State Beautification Board. (18) Article 22, commencing with Section 41-9-570, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Criminal Justice Advisory Commission. (19) Article 30, commencing with Section 41-9-780, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Tennessee Valley Exhibit Commission. (20) Article 32, commencing with Section 41-9-830, of Chapter 9 of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama Turkey Hunters Hall of Fame Board. (21) Article 7, commencing with Section 41-10-200, of Chapter 10 of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama Shakespeare Festival Theatre Finance Authority. (22) Chapter 25, commencing with 41-25-1, of Title 41, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Alabama Drug Education and Awareness Oversight Council.

Section 2

The following Acts of Alabama are repealed: (1) Act 1975-1178 (HJR430), relating to the Interim Committee to Study the Tax Structure of the State of Alabama and the Distribution of Tax Revenues. (2) Act 1979-43 (HJR19), relating to the Joint Study Committee on Agriculture. (3) Act 1985-138 (SJR42), relating to the Joint Legislative Children and Youth Study Committee. (4) Act 1985-280 (SJR102), relating to the Alabama Legislative Congressional Advisory Committee on Farm Programs. (5) Act 1985-301 (HJR188), relating to the Alabama Legislative Congressional Advisory Committee on the Textile Industry. (6) Act 1985-811 (HJR5), relating to the Interim Committee to Study the Tax Structure of the State of Alabama and the Distribution of Tax Revenues. (7) Act 1987-02 (HJR5), relating to the Legislative Parking Committee. (8) Act 1988-213 (HJR66), relating to the Legislative Commission on AIDS. (9) Act 1991-259 (SJR119), relating to the Alabama Commission on Aerospace Science and Industry. (10) Act 1991-325 (SJR22), relating to the Committee to Study and Provide for the Erection of a Vietnam Veterans Monument on the State Capitol Grounds. (11) Act 1992-56 (HJR29), relating to the International Airport Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee. (12) Act 1994-764 (HJR58), relating to the Permanent Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Rehabilitation Services. (13) Act 1996-289 (SJR75), relating to the Joint Legislative Committee for the Alabama Agricultural Center. (14) Act 1997-68 (HJR29), relating to the Welfare to Work Task Force to Study ONE STOP Centers. (15) Act 1997-818 (SJR14), relating to the Children's Health Insurance Program Commission. (16) Act 1998-107 (HJR78), relating to the Alabama Forestry Commission, Volunteer Fire Departments and the Rural Community Fire Protection Institute Joint Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee. (17) Act 1998-156 (SJR74), relating to the Children's Health Insurance Program Commission. (18) Act 2000-8 (HJR44), relating to the Blackbelt Infrastructure Legislative Committee. (19) Act 2001-62 (HJR62), relating to the Alabama Public-Private Heart Disease and Stroke Task Force. (20) Act 2002-318 (HJR423), relating to the Alabama Public-Private Heart Disease and Stroke Task Force. (21) Act 2004-421 (SJR82), relating to the Emergency Response Commission. (22) Act 2004-540 (SJR89), relating to the Commission on Government Accountability. (23) Act 2005-257 (HJR40), relating to the Legislative Task Force on Obesity. (24) Act 2006-430 (SJR27), relating to the Emergency Response Commission. (25) Act 2007-171 (HJR176), relating to the Health Information Technology Partnership. (26) Act 2007-421 (HJR19), relating to the Joint Legislative Children and Youth Study Committee. (27) Act 2007-507 (SJR77), relating to the Joint Legislative Committee on the New National Veterans Cemetery. (28) Act 2007-565 (HJR306), relating to the Legislative Task Force on Morbid Obesity. (29) Act 2007-592 (HJR153), relating to the Task Force to Study and Recommend Strategies to Assist Existing Industries in Alabama. (30) Act 2008-25 (SJR13), relating to the Commission to Enhance the Enforcement of Alabama's Litter Laws. (31) Act 2008-121 (SJR121), relating to the Family Law Task Force. (32) Act 2008-337 (HJR640), relating to the Services for Alabama Families Study Commission. (33) Act 2008-386 (HJR656), relating to the Alabama Waterfront Access Study Committee. (34) Act 2009-142 (SJR61), relating to the Commission on Mining Safety Laws. (35) Act 2009-180 (HJR297), relating to the Services for Alabama Families Study Commission. (36) Act 2009-794 (HJR592), relating to the Statewide Public Transit Commission. (37) Act 2009-798 (SJR26), relating to the Alabama Amistad Commission. (38) Act 2009-806 (SJR123), relating to the Equal Pay Commission. (39) Act 2010-458 (HJR840), relating to the Alabama Waterfront Access Study Committee. (40) Act 2010-638 (HJR832), relating to the Alabama Innovation Council Study Commission. (41) Act 2011-132 (SJR63), relating to the Alabama Waterfront Access Study Committee. (42) Act 2011-356 (SJR118), relating to the Alabama Clean Water Task Force. (43) Act 2012-25 (HJR28), relating to the Alabama Task Force on Homeowners Associations. (44) Act 2012-597 (HJR433), relating to the Alzheimer's Disease Task Force. (45) Act 2014-194 (HJR231), relating to the Alzheimer's Disease Task Force.

Section 3

Sections 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, and 41-23-23, Code of Alabama 1975, are amended to read as follows:

§22-1-12.

(a) The Department of Public Health shall establish a comprehensive cardiac arrest survival plan for the training, credentialing, and certification of primary cardiac care providers in the use of semiautomatic external defibrillators based on national guidelines for life-saving interventions of persons suffering sudden, non-traumatic cardiac arrest promulgated by the National Institutes of Health and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

(b) All funds from the appropriation in Act 99-372 of the 1999 Regular Session shall be used to assist in the purchase or acquisition of semiautomatic external defibrillators and training for emergency medical care providers. To be eligible for assistance, emergency medical care providers shall meet standards established by the department.

(c) A Cardiac Arrest Survival Commission consisting of the State Health Officer, the State Emergency Medical Director, three members appointed by the Senate President Pro Tempore, three members appointed by the Speaker of the House, two members appointed by the Governor, and one member appointed by the Alabama Chapter of the American Heart Association shall make all awards of assistance by majority vote. The State Health Officer shall serve as chair of the commission. Assistance may be in the form of equipment awarded outright or purchased with matching funds from the provider. The commission shall establish by majority vote the methodology for making awards to eligible providers.

§22-23A-3.

The Governor, the Director of the Department of Economic and Community Affairs, the Director of Finance, one member of the House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker, and one member of the Senate appointed by the Lieutenant Governor may become a public corporation to be known as the Alabama Water System Assistance Authority with the power and authority hereinafter provided, by proceeding according to the provisions of this chapter. Provided, however, that actions taken by such authority shall be monitored, from time to time, by a special "Water Assistance Legislative Oversight Committee" composed of three members of the House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker of the House and three Senators appointed by the Lieutenant Governor. Members of the Legislature serving on this oversight committee shall be entitled to their regular legislative per diem and travel expenses on such committee's meeting days. The Lieutenant Governor shall appoint a chairperson for such committee and the Speaker of the House shall appoint the vice-chairperson. Such committee shall meet, from time to time, on request of either the chairperson or the authority. The Lieutenant Governor and the Speaker of the House shall make the appointments to the authority and the Water Assistance Legislative Oversight Committee within 15 days of the effective date of this chapter.

§41-23-23.

Selection of zones and the general guidelines for implementation of the provisions of this article shall be as follows:

(1) The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs shall see that all applications are processed as follows:

a. The state or any governmental entity in the proposed area may submit an application for zone designation.

b. Each application should provide a statement of incentives being offered by the governmental entities, such as:

1. Regulatory relief or waiver;

2. Services provided;

3. Tax incentives;

4. Other nontax incentives.

c. It is contemplated that state, county and/or municipal governments may devise an innovative package of local incentives in their respective jurisdictions and aggressively pursue zone designation.

(2) Zones shall be selected by the department, with input from the advisory council, which shall have the responsibility for the general implementation of the law.

(3) An Enterprise Zone Advisory Council consisting of members of the Alabama Department of Commerce, Southern Development Council, Department of Labor, Department of Education, State Department of Transportation, Department of Environmental Management, Department of Agriculture and Industries, Department of Revenue and other qualified individuals or organizations shall be appointed by the Governor with provisions to insure geographic representation of rural and urban areas. This council shall be limited to 11 representatives and shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor.

(4) A legislative oversight committee shall be appointed by the Lieutenant Governor and the Speaker. Such committee shall consist of three members from the House of Representatives and three members from the Senate appointed by the respective officers of each body."

Section 4

This act shall become effective on the first day of the third month following its passage and approval by the Governor, or its otherwise becoming law.

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Action Date Chamber Action
February 27, 2018HAssigned Act No. 2018-152.
February 27, 2018HDelivered to Governor at 2:16 p.m. on February 27, 2018.
February 27, 2018HClerk of the House Certification
February 27, 2018SSignature Requested
February 22, 2018HEnrolled
February 22, 2018HPassed Second House
February 22, 2018SMotion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 478
February 22, 2018SThird Reading Passed
February 13, 2018SRead for the second time and placed on the calendar
February 8, 2018SRead for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Governmental Affairs
February 8, 2018HMotion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 234
February 8, 2018HThird Reading Passed
January 25, 2018HRead for the second time and placed on the calendar
January 9, 2018HRead for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Boards, Agencies and Commissions
2018-02-22
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed
2018-02-08
Chamber: House
Result: Passed