Arnold Mooney

Updated: August 07, 2022 at 12:13 PM CST

General Information

Who is Arnold Mooney?
Arnold Mooney

I am a family values, committed conservative businessman who has lived and worked in Alabama for most of my life. I’ve lived a full life. I’ve spent over 40 years working as a businessman in commercial real estate. My wife Kelly and I have been married for over 37 years. We’ve been blessed with three children and ten grandchildren.

I am not a career politician. I’m a conservative and an outsider. But I look around and see a rising tide of socialism on the Left and feel like if we don’t do something to turn this ship around, we are going to leave our children and grandchildren a country we don’t recognize. Freedom isn’t transmitted through the bloodstream. It has to be taught and it has to be protected for each new generation. That’s why I am doing this.

The biggest threat to our God given rights and freedoms comes from within our own country. Within a decade we have seen our nation’s debt and problems multiply. Washington continues to pass multi-thousand page laws and send us unconstitutional, top down mandates. We must fight back against the encroachment of the federal government. Washington does not know what’s best for Alabama. Alabama does.

I have spent my life standing on principle, delivering results, and fighting for limited government and low taxation. I have fought the Establishment in Montgomery and I will do the same thing in Washington.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 43
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 400-F
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 205-620-6610
  • Official Email: [email protected]v

Education Information

Known educational history for Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL.

  • Attended, Post Graduate Studies in Public Administration, George Washington University, 1977
  • Attended, 19th Century English/American History, University of Oxford, 1974-1975
  • MA, History, Samford University, 1973-1975
  • BA, History and Political Science, Samford University, 1969-1973
  • Attended, Auburn University, 1971

Political Information

Known political history for Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 43, 2022
  • Candidate, United States Senate, Alabama, 2020
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 43, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL.

  • Associate Broker, Southeast Commercial Partners, Limited Liability Company, 2012-present
  • Vice President, Colonial Properties Trust, 1985-2012
  • Former Campaign Manager, Albert Lee Smith's United States Senate Campaign
  • Former Chairman, Mary Sue McClurkin's Alabama House of Representatives Campaigns, District 43
  • Former Staff Assistant, United States Senator James B. Allen

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL.

  • Former Member, Jefferson County Legislation Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL.

  • Life Member, Birmingham Association of Realtors, present
  • Member, Meadow Brook Baptist Church, present
  • Chairman, Uncharted Waters Sports Ministry Board
  • Finance Chair/Former Chair/Vice Chair, Workforce Investment Board
  • Former Fundraiser, Furman University Rugby
  • Former President, Saint Andrew's Society
  • Member, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Board of Directors and Executive Committee for North Central Alabama
  • Member, Eagle Forum of Alabama Board of Directors
  • Member, Southern Seminary Foundation Board of Directors
  • Member, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Alabama Board of Directors
  • Member, Alabama Policy Institute
  • Member, Monday Morning Quarterback Club
  • President, Meadow Brook Homeowners Association

Election History

Arnold Mooney from Birmingham, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Arnold Mooney has sponsored.

HB530
Nullification of federal law, Joint Legislative Committee on the Nullification of Federal Laws, created
HB529
Infants, Safe Harbor Act, provides for surrender of newborn infant to certain entities, provides for trearment of surrendered newborn infant, Dept. of Human Resources to assume custody of surrendered newborn infant, Secs. 26-25A-1 to 26-25A-7, inclusive, added; Secs. 26-25-1 to 26-25-5, inclusive, repealed.
HB527
Crimes and offenses, criminal surveillance, crime further provided to include operation of unmanned aircraft system in manner to invade reasonable expectation of privacy, possession of unmanned aircraft system, certain persons prohibited from possession or operation under certain conditions, Secs. 13A-11-30, 13A-11-32 am'd.
HB526
Gasoline and motor fuel taxes, to suspend a portion of the state excise taxes on gasoline and motor fuels from May 1, 2022 through May 1, 2023, and to provide conditions for the suspension and continuation of the excise taxes.
HB525
States rights, to affirm Alabama's sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
HB510
COVID-19, occupational licensing boards prohibited to take adverse action based on physician's recommended COVID-19 treatment, health care facilities and pharmacies required to fulfill patient's COVID-19 treatment request, cause of action provided
HB467
Alabama Private Investigation Board, qualifications of, background checks on, and continuing education for private investigators; licensing, internships, and regulation of private investigator apprentices; licensing and regulation of private investigation agencies provided, Sec. 24-25B-12.1 added; Secs. 34-25B-2, 34-25B-3, 34-25B-4, 34-25B-7, 34-25B-10, 34-25B-11, 34-25B-12, 34-25B-13, 34-25B-14, 34-25B-17, 34-25B-18, 34-25B-21, 34-25B-22, 34-25B-26 am'd.
HB397
Private Investigation Regulatory Act, to change the name of the regulatory act to Alabama Private Investigation and Process Server Regulatory Act, licensing and regulation of process servers, Secs. 34-25B-1, 34-25B-2, 34-25B-3, 34-25B-4, 34-25B-7, 34-25B-10, 34-25B-11, 34-25B-12, 34-25B-14, 34-25B-22, 34-25B-24, 34-25B-27 am'd.
HB378
Freedom of speech, service providers, prohibit from taking certain restrictive actions against a user based on content of speech expressed
HB364
Private Investigation Regulatory Act, to change the name of the regulatory act to Alabama Private Investigation and Process Server Regulatory Act, licensing and regulation of process servers, Secs. 34-25B-1, 34-25B-2, 34-25B-3, 34-25B-4, 34-25B-7, 34-25B-10, 34-25B-11, 34-25B-12, 34-25B-14, 34-25B-22, 34-25B-24, 34-25B-27 am'd.
HB356
Election, clarifying the distance from a polling place within which an individual may not campaign, Sec. 17-9-50 am'd.
HB354
Absentee voting, requiring photo ID with absentee ballot, prohibiting absentee election manager and circuit clerk from extending operating hours, requiring absentee election manager to submit report, Secs. 17-9-30, 17-11-2, 17-11-4, 17-11-5, 17-11-11, 17-11-18 am'd.
HB343
Voting, paper ballot as integral part of state's electronic vote counting system, required, Sec. 17-7-23 am'd.
HB342
Elections, electronic vote counting systems, use of electronic vote counting systems capable of connecting to the Internet or cell phone networks, or that possess modem technology are prohibited, Sec. 17-7-21 am'd.
HB156
Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 repealed.

HB638
Absentee voting, requiring photo ID with absentee ballot, prohibiting absentee election manager and circuit clerk from extending operating hours, requiring absentee election manager to submit report, Secs. 17-9-30, 17-11-2, 17-11-4, 17-11-5, 17-11-10, 17-11-11, 17-11-18 am'd.
HB620
Abortion, prohibits public funding of abortion activities, with exceptions, prohibits certain abortion services contracts, further prohibits certain abortion activities involving public K-12 schools, prohibits local funds from being used to promote abortions
HB617
Vaccine passports, to prohibit the issuance of, to prohibit entities from requiring an individual to receive an immunization as a condition for receiving government benefits or services
HB578
Fishing, paddlefish season, license from Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., regulation, fines
HB576
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
HB533
Absentee elections, revise time period post election when unused materials must be preserved, Sec. 17-11-19 am'd.
HB521
Health, require health care facilities to allow one caregiver or visitor to patients or residents, subject to reasonable restrictions
HB519
Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
HB518
Presidential executive orders, authorize review of by the Attorney General to determine constitutionality, prohibits implementation of certain presidential executive orders
HB500
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
HB495
Self-service food vendors, vending machines and micro markets defined, Agriculture and Industries to regulate
HB449
Taxation, County Boards of Equalization, valuation procedures further provided, Secs. 40-2-18, 40-3-21, 40-3-25, 40-7-25 am'd.
HB446
Utilities, governmental entities, prohibited from adopting or enforcing policies that prohibit the connection or reconnection of utility services
HB445
Crimes and offenses, crimes of riot and inciting to riot, harassment, and assault II, amended, crimes of assault against a first responder, aggravated riot, and unlawful traffic interference, created, mandatory holding period for certain violations, provided, mandatory incarceration period for certain violations, provided, exceptions to sovereign immunity, further provided, restrictions on distribution of revenue to defunding jurisdictions, provided, Secs. 13A-11-3.1, 13A-11-5.1, 13A-11-8.1 added; Secs. 12-25-32, 13A-6-21, 13A-6-132, 13A-11-1, 13A-11-3, 13A-11-4, 13A-11-8, 13A-11-70, 15-13-2, 36-1-12, 36-2-1 am'd.
HB440
Common Core Curriculum Standards, terminated
HB405
Criminal code, offenses against public order, firearms, concealed pistols, concealed carry permit, constitutional carry, pistol permits, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-74 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-7, 13A-11-50, 13A-11-55, 13A-11-61.2, 13A-11-62, 13A-11-75, 13A-11-85, 13A-11-90 am'd.
HB392
Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Obligation Transparency, created, membership, compensation, powers, and duties, provided
HB391
Schools, public K-12, athletic events allowing competition by one biological gender against another prohibited unless the event specifically includes both genders
HB388
Elections, requires implementation date of any legislation affecting conduct of general election to be at least six months before general election, const. amend.
HB383
Common Core Curriculum Standards, terminated
HB382
Athletic Trainers, Board of, treatment of physically active individual provided, relationship between trainer and supervising or referring physician provided, Jt. Committee of St. Board of Medical Examiners and Board of Athletic Trainers created, Sec. 34-40-3.2 added; Secs. 34-40-2, 34-40-3, 34-40-5, 34-40-6, 34-40-9, 34-40-10, 34-40-15, 34-40-16 am'd.
HB381
Shelby Co., privately owned sewer systems using public rights-of-way of public roads, required to be regulated and certified by PSC, const. amend.
HB351
Elections, Governor suspending laws that would affect election process during state of emergency, prohibited before the election
HB350
Sheriffs, not required to be conservators, Sec. 26-2-27 repealed; Secs. 26-2-50, 26-2A-138 am'd.
HB257
Income tax, exclusion for federal tax credits, advance refunds, qualified disaster relief payments, subsidies, grants, student loans, or loan forgiveness from federal CARES Act and subsequent federal COVID relief legislation, exemption from income and financial institution excise tax for amounts from the Coronavirus Relief Fund.
HB157
Firearms, Second Amendment Preservation Act, right to keep and bear arms, provided
HB152
Taxation, CARES Act, exempts Alabama income tax relating to the coronavirus pandemic
HB86
Taxation, CARES Act, exempts Alabama income tax relating to the coronavirus pandemic
HB19
Taxation, income taxes, federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, excluded from Alabama individual income taxation
HB18
Crimes and offenses, tampering with a consumer product, criminal penalties provided
HB9
Education, prohibit public institutions of higher education from providing support for organizations affiliated with China government
HB1
Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act, prohibits gender change therapy for minors, prohibits withholding of certain related information from parents

HB508
State of emergency, public employees prohibited from striking during
HB505
Shelby Co., privately owned sewer systems using public rights-of-way of public roads, required to be regulated and certified by PSC, const. amend.
HB465
General Fund Budget Reserve Fund, transfer of monies to the fund, withdrawal and use of amounts deposited into the fund provided for
HB464
Federal tax credits or advance refunds resulting from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, excluded from Alabama income tax
HB432
Lodging establishments, human trafficking training for employees required, posting of signs at establishments, enforcement by Attorney General, civil fines, limitation of liability for reporting and lodging establishments
HB420
Private investigation, licensure of private investigator apprentices established, licensure of private investigation agencies required, Secs. 34-25B-12.1, 34-25B-40 to 34-25B-45, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-25B-2, 34-25B-3, 34-25B-4, 34-25B-7, 34-25B-8, 34-25B-10 to 34-25B-14, 34-25B-17, 34-25B-18, 34-25B-21, 34-25B-22, 34-25B-26 am'd.
HB 181
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.
HB 136
Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.

HB 596
Constitution of Alabama of 1901, providing that only a citizen of the United States has the right to vote, const. amend.
HB 561
Legislature, term limits, limit to five full terms plus two years of extra service filling a vacancy in each house provided, const. amend.
HB 535
Shelby Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.
HB 516
Drug screenings, sale or marketing of human or synthetic urine to defraud a drug or alcohol screening test prohibited, possession, sale, or advertising of adultrants designed to defeat a screening test prohibited, criminal penalties
HB 356
Occupational licensees, process created to allow persons convicted of crime to apply for if granted relief by court
HB 340
Shelby Co., privately owned sewer systems using public rights-of-way of public roads, required to be regulated and certified by PSC, const. amend.
HB 84
Prescriptions, practitioner, electronic prescription specify whether a generic may be dispensed, Sec. 34-23-8 am'd.
HB 69
Prescriptions, practitioner, electronic prescription specify whether a generic may be dispensed, Sec. 34-23-8 am'd.
HB 56
Taxation, check-off contribution to provide an income tax refund check-off for a contribution to We Build the Wall, Incorporated., Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB 55
Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
HB 54
Lodging tax, rooms and spaces not used for overnight accomodations, exemption, consistent with rule of Revenue Dept., Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.
HB 28
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.
HB 20
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.

HB 518
Asset forfeitures, reporting and publication requirements, Criminal Justice Information Center, Sec. 41-9-620.1 added.
HB 475
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.
HB 467
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.
HB 425
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.
HB 412
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.
HB 380
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, markup set, increases limited based on act of Legislature
HB 377
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.
HB 360
Gasoline and motor fuel tax, county commission authorized to levy up to five cents, referendum, distributed on transportation projects
HB 331
Medicaid, eligibility verification requirements required, referral of fraud for prosecution, agency required to implement work requirements, exceptions
HB 327
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.
HB 314
Public assistance, certain eligibility requirements for TANF and SNAP revised, fraud detection measures required
HB 291
Lodging tax, rooms and spaces not used for overnight accomodations, exemption, consistent with rule of Revenue Dept., Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.
HB 287
Asset forfeitures, criminal procedure, Alabama Forfeiture Accountability and Integrity Reform Act, Secs. 13A-8-117, 13A-11-37, 20-2-93 repealed
HB 278
Private sewer systems, regulation by Public Service Commission authorized, Secs. 22-25B-2, 37-4-1 am'd.
HR 492
Carlisle, Nicholas, commended
HB 263
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.
HR 478
Potts, David, commended
HR 475
Jefferson State Community College's Shelby-Hoover Campus, 25th anniversary, commended
HR 474
Alabama Baptist, 175th anniversary, recognized
HJR 479
Potts, David, commended
HJR 476
Jefferson State Community College's Shelby-Hoover Campus, 25th anniversary, commended
HJR 473
Alabama Baptist, 175th anniversary, recognized
HR 390
Spain Park Girls Varsity Basketball Team, commended
HR 389
Evans, Brie, commended
HR 388
Walker, Andrew T., commended
HB 197
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.
HR 387
Mills, Aidan Olivia, commended
HJR 398
Spain Park Girls Varsity Basketball Team, commended
HR 386
Benjamin, Denver Sha-Vonne, commended
HJR 397
Evans, Brie, commended
HR 385
McWilliams, Devique, commended
HJR 396
Walker, Andrew T., commended
HJR 395
Benjamin, Denver Sha-Vonne, commended
HJR 394
McWilliams, Devique, commended
HJR 393
Mills, Aidan Olivia, commended
HB 145
Public property, national motto, In God We Trust, authorized to display
HB 144
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB 143
Revenue Dept., sale of state land, employment of auction company, Sec. 40-10-134 am'd.
HB 142
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.
HB 141
Revenue Dept., Alabama Tax Tribunal decisions, required to follow unless on appeal or reversed by appeal, Sec. 40-2B-2.1 added
HJR 197
Beverage Association, 100th anniversary, recognized
HJR 153
Pregnancy Care Centers, recognizing and encouraging Congress to grant assistance for medical equipment and family abstinence education
HJR 136
Pornography, public health crisis, recognized
HJR 116
Specification Rubber Products, Inc., 50th anniversary, commended
HJR 115
Polar Plunge, being a great success, recognized
HJR 97
Polar Plunge, being a great success, recognized
HJR 77
Bolen, William Ossian, Sr., death mourned
HJR 59
Spain Park High School Table Tennis Team, commended
HJR 25
Iron and Steel Industry, in support of and recognized
HB 8
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.

HB576
Court of the Judiciary, appeals to Supreme Court, legislative approval of Supreme Court decisions, continued service of judge upon filing of complaint with the Judicial Inquiry Comm., auth. const. amend.
HB565
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.
HB564
Gasoline and motor fuel tax, county commission authorized to levy up to five cents, referendum, distributed on transportation projects
HB486
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB484
Revenue Dept., sale of state land, employment of auction company, Sec. 40-10-134 am'd.
HB483
Public property, national motto, In God We Trust, authorized to display
HB482
Private sewer systems, regulation by Public Service Commission authorized, Secs. 22-25B-2, 37-4-1 am'd.
HB459
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.
HB392
Lodging tax, exclusion of area not used as lodging, Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.
HB372
Elections, primary runoff elections, voter prohibited from switching parties between primary elections
HB180
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, authorized to hire certified law enforcement officers
HB95
Health care providers, authorized to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, exceptions, Health Care Rights of Conscience Act

HB564
State Superintendent of Education, election of, required, term of office, Sec. 16-4-1 am'd.
HB563
Superintendent of Education, election of, required, term of office, Amendment 284 (Section 264, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
HB557
Legislative standing committees, granted subpoena powers, authority to administer oaths, immunity, penalty
HB555
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB554
Public property, national motto, In God We Trust, authorized to display
HB498
Public assistance, revised procedures and limitations required for various public assistance programs administered by the Human Resources Dept.
HB483
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, law enforcement officers with state police powers, employment authorized
HB317
Wildlife Center, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.
HB294
Epinephrine, auto-injectors, authorize administration of by non medical persons, program created
HB267
Education, Alabama Student and Parent Privacy Act, public school student and teacher information collection and disclosure limited to academic purposes, civil penalties for violations
HB159
Health care providers authorized to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, exceptions, Health Care Rights of Conscience Act
HB157
Assisted Suicide Ban Act, established, person or health care provider prohibited from providing aid in dying under certain conditions, civil and criminal penalties
HB156
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, law enforcement officers with state police powers, employment authorized
HB37
Right to work public, policy declared, membership in or payment of dues to labor union may not be required for employment, const. amend.

HB564
State Superintendent of Education, election of, required, term of office, Sec. 16-4-1 am'd.
HB563
Superintendent of Education, election of, required, term of office, Amendment 284 (Section 264, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
HB557
Legislative standing committees, granted subpoena powers, authority to administer oaths, immunity, penalty
HB555
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB554
Public property, national motto, In God We Trust, authorized to display
HB498
Public assistance, revised procedures and limitations required for various public assistance programs administered by the Human Resources Dept.
HB483
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, law enforcement officers with state police powers, employment authorized
HB317
Wildlife Center, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.
HB294
Epinephrine, auto-injectors, authorize administration of by non medical persons, program created
HB267
Education, Alabama Student and Parent Privacy Act, public school student and teacher information collection and disclosure limited to academic purposes, civil penalties for violations
HB159
Health care providers authorized to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, exceptions, Health Care Rights of Conscience Act
HB157
Assisted Suicide Ban Act, established, person or health care provider prohibited from providing aid in dying under certain conditions, civil and criminal penalties
HB156
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, law enforcement officers with state police powers, employment authorized
HB37
Right to work public, policy declared, membership in or payment of dues to labor union may not be required for employment, const. amend.

HB700
Unified appropriations for state General Fund and Education Trust Fund; state revenue sources unearmarked, effective Jan. 1, 2017, constitutional amendment
HB646
Epinephrine, auto-injectors, authorize administration of by non medical persons, program created
HB632
Uniform Commercial Code Fund, used for administration of the Secretary of State, authorized, Sec. 7-9A-525 am'd.
HB590
Compensation, longevity pay, would not be tendered in 2015-2016 fiscal year, Sec. 36-6-11 am'd.
HB564
Student data, collection and maintenance of certain student data provided for, sharing prohibition
HB543
Shelby Co., civil service system, exempt employees further provided for in Judge of Probate and Property Tax Commissioner offices, Act 93-664, 1993 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB496
Assisted Suicide Ban Act, established, person or health care provider prohibited from providing aid in dying under certain conditions, civil and criminal penalties
HB495
Labor relations, employer, employee rights, certain practices prohibited by local governments relating to leave and access to background information and to designate state for federal labor law disputes
HB491
Health care providers authorized to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, exceptions, Health Care Rights of Conscience Act
HB180
Supplemental appropriations, Local EMA Assistance Fund to the Alabama Emergency Management Agency, Children's Policy Council Fund to the Department of Children's Affairs, Mail and Supply Room Revolving Fund to the Department of Finance

HB45
Briarwood Presbyterian Church, law enforcement officers with state police powers, employment authorized

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