HR 126

Crossed Over
Session
Regular Session 2018
Title
House of Representatives, Special Order Calendar
Subjects
Resolution, Legislative
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HR126 182229-48 By Rules Committee RFD: First Read: 01-FEB-18 182229-48:n:01/31/2018:TA/ta SPECIAL ORDER CALENDAR BY: HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, That immediately upon the adoption of this resolution, the following business, in the order set forth below, shall be the special and paramount order of business for the 8th legislative day taking precedence over the regular order of business or any pending or unfinished business. Page Representative Pettus: 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. Representative Harbison: HB59 Domestic violence, increased incarceration periods and enhanced penalties for convictions of first, second, or third degree domestic violence if committed in the pres- ence of a minor, Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131 am'd. Representative Warren: HB76 Child care facilities, church based, licensing required, Secs. 13A-6-29, 38-7-2, 38-7-3, 38-13-2, 38-13-3 am'd. Representative Davis: HB166 Marriage and Family Therapy Board, practice of marriage and family therapy further defined to include diagnosis of mental and emotional problems, certain limitations de- leted, Sec. 34-17A-3 am'd. Representative Weaver: HB194 Palliative and end of life individual health plans, au- thorized to provide health care and other directives to health care providers, schools, etc. for terminally ill minors, Alex Hoover Act, Secs. 22-8A-15 to 22-8A-18, in- clusive, added; Secs. 22-8A-2, 22-8A-3, 22-8A-7 am'd. Representative Weaver: HB202 Terminally ill minors, Palliative and End of Life Indi- vidual Health Plans to be used in school setting, program established, Secs. 16-30B-1 to 16-30B-6, inclusive, added Representative Beech: HB61 Pharmacy, State Board of, require outsourcing facilities to annually register with board by application for a per- mit, Secs. 34-23-1, 34-23-32 am'd Representative Johnson (R): HB53 Environment, Alabama Legacy for Environmental Research Trust, abolished, Sec. 22-30B-19 repealed Representative Standridge: HB69 Competitive Bid law, purchase and installation of heating and air conditioning units for local boards of education, exempted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 Ac- counts, Secs. 39-1-5, 39-2-2 am'd. Representative Black: 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 pracitce clarified, cont. education provid- ers, 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. Representative Lee: HB106 Court reporters, state salary tied to pay scale of Ala- bama Personnel Dept. Pay Plan for state employees, sub- ject 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. Representative Weaver: HB152 Conservation and Natural Resources, hunting and fishing licenses, game breeder's licenses, issuance, further pro- vided for, penalties, criminal penalties applicable only for intentional violations, Secs. 9-11-30, 9-11-31.1 am'd. Representative Hill: 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. Representative Weaver: HB63 Nursing, Board of, loan repayment program for ad- vanced-practice nurses, loan program authorized for cer- tain currently certified nurses, Sec. 34-21-96 am'd. Representative McClammy: HB91 Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, Helping Schools, fee increased, Sec. 32-6-300 am'd. Representative Sells: HB158 Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, require vehicles to move over when approaching a parked Department of Transportation vehicle, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.Representative Boyd: HB86 Municipality, repeal laws that abolished certain munici- palities and provide that each municipal corporation that was abolished by a law shall function as a municipality from the date of its initial organization

Action DateChamberAction
February 1, 2018HJones motion to Adopt adopted Voice Vote
February 1, 2018HIntroduced

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