Arthur Orr

Updated: August 07, 2022 at 12:14 PM CST

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Who is Arthur Orr?
Arthur Orr

“I’m proud to be from Alabama,” says Arthur Orr, a sixth generation Alabamian who grew up next to the Alabama Sheriff’s Boys Ranch in Danville. “One thing I learned growing up was the value of hard work… though I may not have appreciated it much at the time, I certainly do now.” Whether working on the Boys Ranch, hauling 55-gallon barrels for his family’s business or loading sand at the Norfolk-Southern Railroad yard in the early morning before high school, hard work was an important part of his early years.

“I’ve always been a ‘doer’… even early in life.” While attending college at Wake Forest University, Arthur served as chairman of the Honor Council and set a new fund-raising record as chairman of the Brian Piccolo Cancer Fund Drive. He received several academic honors and held numerous leadership posts. He attended law school at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. While also earning leadership and academic honors in law school, Arthur taught freshman English to undergraduates and regularly volunteered with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Community Soup Bowl.

“The plight of those in need has always concerned me. My faith mandates action to address the needs of others.” While his classmates pursued legal careers after graduation, Arthur joined the Peace Corps. He was assigned to a remote Himalayan village in Nepal; several days walk from the nearest road. He lived primitively with no indoor plumbing and dirt floors, and conducting teacher trainings throughout the region. “I soon noticed the plight of young village girls who were married off at early ages and unable to continue to their educations. They would be relegated to a lifetime of despair with little hope for a better existence.” With the financial help of friends and family in the U.S., Arthur used his legal and language training to establish a college scholarship program to benefit female village students. To date, over 80 village students have benefited by attending college and seeking the opportunities an education provides.

After completing his Peace Corps commitment, he returned to Decatur, Alabama where he joined the law firm of Harris, Caddell and Shanks, P.C. and served as president of several non-profit organizations. Arthur was selected as the Citizen of the Year by the Decatur Rotary Club and received other leadership awards from various organizations, including carrying the 1996 Olympic Torch.

“Though I became a partner in a respected law firm and was active in the community, I felt led to return overseas to do what I could to help the poor in the developing world.” Hired by Habitat for Humanity International for a three-year period, he was assigned to establish a new Habitat program in Bangladesh where he built the program from scratch that has now constructed over 1000 houses in partnership with the working poor of that country. Arthur also served as legal counsel throughout the Asia/Pacific region, traveling to numerous countries and negotiating with government officials, aid organizations and local citizens to further advance Habitat programs across Southeast Asia.

After serving beyond his initial term with Habitat, he returned to Decatur where he joined Cook’s Pest Control, Inc. and now serves as Executive Vice President over finance and accounting, human resources, fleet and property management, legal, technology, marketing and advertising. “Working with a company operating 37 offices in 7 states with almost 2000 employees has provided me the opportunity to be more involved in the ongoing growth and management of a business — which I enjoy.” Since his return in 2001, Arthur also started several businesses, primarily involved in real estate development and leasing. He has also re-engaged as an active community leader and served as president or chairman of numerous community organizations. He helped start the Community Free Clinic and serves on many other local and state non-profit boards including Athens State University. He served as President of the National Alumni Association for Wake Forest University and on its Board of Visitors. A long-time adult Sunday school and men’s Bible study teacher, Arthur and his family are members of First Bible Church in Decatur.

Since his election in 2006, Arthur has sponsored, and seen his colleagues pass, numerous bills to make government more transparent and efficient, thereby saving the taxpayers money, along with tightening campaign finance laws. He was instrumental in the creation and location of the Robotics Technology Park in Limestone County, the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering in Madison County and the Alabama Center for the Arts in Morgan County. Senator Orr has also been a part of business recruitment teams that led to billions in economic investment and thousands of jobs over the three counties he represents. He now chairs the $17 billion Senate Budget Committee for Education and several other legislative committees. He served as Chairman of the Alabama Bicentennial Commission created to celebrate the State’s 200th Anniversary. For his efforts both in and out of the legislature, Arthur has received many national, regional, state and local awards from education, business, agriculture, government and volunteer entities. He enjoys reading, jogging and travel; having visited or lived in over 70 countries.

Arthur and his wife of over twenty years, the former Amy Bethshares of Decatur, have one son named Jack and a daughter, Anna.

Status: Alabama State Senator for District 3
Party: Republican
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Birthday: May 25, 1964 58

Contact Information

Known contact information for Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 727
    Montgomery, AL 36130-4600
  • Phone: 334-261-0758
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL.

  • BA, Wake Forest University
  • Graduate, Leadership Alabama
  • JD, University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa School of Law

Political Information

Known political history for Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 3, 2022
  • Senator, Alabama State Senate, District 3, 2006-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL.

  • Vice President and General Counsel, Cook's Pest Control, Incorporated, present
  • Executive Vice President, Cook's Pest Control
  • Former Attorney, Harris, Caddell, and Shanks, Professional Corporation
  • Former Member, Peace Corps, Nepal
  • Former New Country Developer and General Counsel, Habitat For Humanity International, Asia/Pacific

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL.

  • Former Member, Joint Committee on Public Pensions, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Permanent Joint Legislative Committee on Energy Policy, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Transportation and Energy Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Confirmations Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Local Legislation Madison County, Alabama State Senate

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL.

  • Chair, Select Commission on High School Dropouts, present
  • Member, Wake Forest University Board of Visitors, present
  • Member, Sunday School and Men's Bible Study Teacher, First Bible Church, present
  • Trustee, Athens State University, present
  • Board Member, Children's Trust Fund
  • Board Member, Tennessee Valley Authority Water Advisory Board
  • Chair, Calhoun College Foundation
  • Co-Founder, Community Free Clinic
  • Fellow, Henry Toll Fellowship Program
  • Former President, Main Street Decatur
  • Former President, Wake Forest Alumni Association
  • Member, Alabama State Water Commission Board
  • Member, Joint Legislative Water Resources Committee Board
  • Participant, Leadership Alabama
  • President, Decatur Rotary Club
  • President, Junior Chamber of Commerce
  • President, Community Foundation
  • Treasurer, Chamber of Commerce
  • Trustee, Southern Grown Policies Board

Election History

Arthur Orr from Decatur, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Arthur Orr has sponsored.

SB331
Education Trust Fund Rolling Reserve Act, to clarify current practices, delete obsolete provisions, and modify certain transfer dates to improve cash flow for the Education Trust Fund, Secs. 29-9-2, 29-9-3, 29-9-4, 29-9-6 am'd.
SB313
Educational institutions, including colleges and universities, local boards of education, and schools, prohibited from using public funds to advocate for or against ballot measures
SB312
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
SB303
Economic tax incentives, reporting requirements of state agencies, Sec. 40-1-50 am'd.
SB290
Business privilege tax, minimum business privilege tax for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2022, reduced a full exemption on amounts due of $100 or less for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2023, Section 40-14A-22 am'd.
SB255
State Health Officer, order issued in response to outbreak of a disease has full force of law if approved by Governor and filed with Secretary of State in state of emergency, Sec. 22-2-8 am'd.
SB251
Education, Math and Science Teacher Education Program, to increase the loan repayment award for qualified math and science teachers per semester, Secs. 16-5-54, 16-5-55 am'd.
SB242
Morgan Co., simplified sellers use tax, distribution of the proceeds for public schools and volunteer fire depts, retroactive application, const. amend.
SB240
911 telephone calls, procedure for release of records, transcripts, further provided, Sec. 11-98-12 am'd.
SB224
Unemployment compensation, individual required to search for work a certain number of times per week to be eligible to receive benefits, Sec. 25-4-77 am'd.
SB207
Motor vehicles, false or secret compartments prohibited under certain conditions including to conceal a person, drugs, or contraband, installation prohibited, criminal penalties, forfeiture of vehicle
SB203
Municipal courts, fines and fees, Administrative Office of Courts to annually collect data on revenue, budgets, etc., municipal courts to utilize the Ala. state judicial information system or information system integrated with state system, penalties, Finance Dept to provide report forms, Examiners of Public Accounts or CPA authorized to audit
SB202
Public writings and public records, confidentiality of law enforcement investigative reports and material, further provided, exceptions, Sec. 12-21-3.1 am'd.
SB199
Chiropractic Examiners, Board of, to authorize the board to acquire, convey, and hold real property, Sec. 34-24-143 am'd.
SB190
Redistricting, legal challenges against statewide plans, establish venue before 3-judge panel to hear challenge, Sec. 29-1-2.5 am'd.
SB175
Education Trust Fund Rolling Reserve Act, to allow Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to be used for capital outlay, Sec. 29-9-4 am'd.
SB174
Finance Dept., Chief Procurement Officer, powers and duties further provided, Rehabilitation Services Dept., exempt, Secs. 41-4-122, 41-4-126, 41-4-132, 41-4-133, 41-4-171 am'd.
SB171
Alabama Numeracy Act, established for K-5 public school students, Elementary Mathematics Task force and Postsecondary Mathematics Task Forces created, Office of Mathematics Improvement created, use of assessments, intervention services, summer programs, and mathematics coaches provided, use of Common Core State Standards in K-12 schools terminated and prohibited
SB170
Education, school grading system, certain English language learners exempt from proficiency assessments considered in grading public K-12 schools, State Superintendent of Education to amend state plan under Every Student Succeeds Act, Sec. 16-6C-2 am'd.
SB169
Abuse, registry for individuals convicted of certain crimes against elders, require certain care providers to query the registry, criminal penalties, Sec. 38-9-8 am'd.
SB162
Revenue Department, writs of garnishment, authorized to be issued by mail, Sec. 40-2-11am'd.
SB156
Public assistance, requires compliance with child support enforcement programs to qualify for food assistance, Sec. 38-4-15 added.
SB152
Taxation, income tax, exclusion of enhanced federal child tax credits from American Rescue Plan Act from calculation of federal income tax deduction for tax year 2021, extension of the due date for certain taxpayers, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.2 added.
SB151
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB150
Labor, definitions of employment, marketplace contractors under certain conditions not an employee of marketplace platform, Sec. 25-4-121 repealed; Sec. 25-4-10, 25-5-1 am'd.
SB147
Meetings of governmental bodies, with members from two or more counties, participation by electronic means authorized under certain conditions, may be counted for a quorum, means of access required to be published, Sec. 36-25A-5.1 am'd.
SB127
Education, constitutional amendment, public K-12 schools required to play Star-Spangled Banner on schools and at school athletic events, const. amend.
SB120
Optometrists, practice of optometry further provided, Board of Optometry to regulate, to issue advisory opinions and declaratory rulings, Secs. 20-2-2, 34-22-1, 34-22-42 am'd.
SB57
Economic tax incentives, reporting requirements of state agencies, Sec. 40-1-50 am'd.
SB56
Facial recognition technology, use of match as the sole basis of probable cause or arrest, prohibited
SB19
Income tax, optional standard deduction amount and adjusted gross income range allowable for maximum optional standard deduction and dependent exemption, increased, Secs. 40-18-15, 40-18-19 am'd.
SB18
Relating to income taxes, to provide that up to $6,000 of taxable retirement income is exempt from state income tax for individuals 65 years of age or older, Sec. 40-18-19 am'd.
SB10
Freedom of speech, service providers, prohibit from taking certain restrictive actions against a user based on content of speech expressed
SB7
Labor, prohibits state and political subdivisions from teaching divisive concepts relating to race or sex in training, prohibits same for state contractors, Dept. of Labor to review state agency training programs

SB394
State Employee Retirees' Trust Fund Funding Act, State Employee Retirees' Trust Fund created in State Treasury as permanent trust and investment account to fund periodic bonus checks for state employee retirees
SB386
Income taxation, credit to owner, member, partner, shareholder of pass-through entity
SB379
Taxation, exempt federal tax credits and restaurant revitalization grants received under American Rescue Plan Act from state taxation, to provide filing extension for certain taypayers, Revenue Dept. may adopt rules, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.1 added.
SB373
Labor Dept., adoption of policies to recover improper overpayments of unemployment benefits
SB352
Taxation, due dates for certain taxes, revise excise and income taxes dute dates to coincide with due dates for federal taxes, Dept of Revenue to delay due dates for filing certain taxes for taxpayers
SB340
Family leave and adoption, reduce period for relinquishment of parental rights for child placed for adoption from five days to four days, provisions for family leave time for adoptive parents and biological parents to care for child in certain cases, Secs. 16-25-11.12, 26-10A-13, 36-26-35.2, 36-26-36.2 am'd.
SB327
Teachers, math and science teachers, salary schedule, add'l compensation, Education Dept. to administer, add'l salary supplement for hard-to-staff schools, terms of employment contracts, fund created in State Treasury, commencing 2021-2022 school year, funding in education budget
SB300
State holidays, Robert E. Lee Day observed on second Monday in October, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
SB299
Aircrafts. Revenue Dept., required to centrally value and assess certain aircrafts
SB298
Economic and Community Affairs Department, Alabama Innovation Act, awarding of grants, further provided, Secs. 41-23-252, 41-23-253, 41-23-255 am'd.
SB287
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, phase out of retail sales of alcoholic beverages, alcoholic beverage sales and distribution of proceeds, Secs. 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, am'd.
SB279
Financial transactions, contingencies provided if the London Interbank Offered Rate is discontinued, Secs. 5-28-1 to 5-28-5, inclusive, added
SB274
Covid-19 Recovery Capital Credit Protection Act of 2021, created, employment and wage requirements for qualifying projects extended, compensation amounts for exemption purposes increased, Sec. 40-18-19.1 am'd.
SB270
Veterans' Affairs, State Board of, adding a Gold Star Family member to the board, updating existing code, making nonsubstantive, technical revisions, Sec. 31-5-3 am'd.
SB267
Health, vaccines, exemptions provided if vaccinations made mandatory, Sec. 11-47-132 repealed
SB266
Forensic DNA testing, provide for DNA testing in additional circumstances, provide for procedure, Sec. 15-18-200 am'd.
SB262
Armed forces, Alabama State Defense Force (ASDF), provide pay for members, authorization for Governor to activate, further provided, commissioning of officers and specify qualifications, provided, Secs. 31-2-37, 31-2-46, 31-2-69, 31-2-70 am'd.
SB258
Driver license, to provide additional circumstances in which an expert witness may give expert testimony, provide for add'l chemical tests that may be used to determine if a person was driving under the influence, to provide for who can draw blood, provide that a witness may provide testimony on the results of horizontal gaze nystagmus test, Secs. 12-21-160, 32-5-192, 32-5-200, 32-5A-194, 32-5A-300, 32-5A-301, 32-5A-302, 32-5A-303, 32-5A-304, 32-5A-306, 32-5A-307, 32-5A-308, 32-6-49.13 am'd.
SB240
Department of Public Health, reconstituted, State Board of Health, State Committee of Public Health, State Health Officer abolished, State Health Advisory Board, Secretary of ADPH, medical director established, county boards of health, membership revised, Secs. 22-2-9, 22-2-10, 22-2-11, 22-2-12, 22-2-13, 22-3-8 repealed; Secs. 22-1-1, 22-1-3, 22-2-1, 22-2-2, 22-2-3, 22-2-4, 22-2-5, 22-2-6, 22-2-7, 22-2-8, 22-3-1, 22-11A-38, 22-22A-2, 22-29-1, 22-37A-2, 34-15-2, 34-15-5 am'd.
SB239
Board of Medical Examiners, membership and duties revised, Medical Licensure Commission abolished, Secs. 34-24-54.1, 34-24-54.2, 34-24-71.1, 34-24-71.2, 34-24-71.3 added; Secs. 34-24-50.1, 34-24-310, 34-24-311, 34-24-311.1, 34-24-312, 34-24-313, 34-24-314, 34-24-330, 34-24-331, 34-24-332, 34-24-333, 34-24-334, 34-24-335, 34-24-338, 34-24-339, 34-24-341, 34-24-342, repealed; Secs. 13A-6-201, 13A-9-21, 27-1-17.1, 34-24-50, 34-24-51, 34-24-52, 34-24-53, 34-24-53.1, 34-24-54, 34-24-56, 34-24-57, 34-24-60, 34-24-70, 34-24-71, 34-24-73, 34-24-75, 34-24-75.1, 34-24-336, 34-24-337, 34-24-340, 34-24-343, 34-24-360, 34-24-360.1, 34-24-361, 34-24-361.1, 34-24-362, 34-24-363, 34-24-365, 34-24-366, 34-24-367, 34-24-381, 34-24-382, 34-24-383, 34-24-384, 34-24-501, 34-24-502, 34-24-503, 34-24-506, 34-24-507, 34-24-508, am'd.
SB227
Pharmacy benefits managers, practices relating to patient steering, price discrimination, fiduciary duty to client, price disclosure, etc. regulated, Dept of Insurance, duties and authorities revised, Act 2019-457, 2019 Reg. Sess., sections amended and renumbered; Secs. 27-45A-6 to 27-45A-11, inclusive, 27-45A-13 added; Secs. 27-45A-3, 27-45A-4, 27-45A-5 am'd.
SB211
Off-road vehicles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) and recreational off-road vehicles, registration with Ala. State Law Enforcement Agency, width and weight restrictions increased, Sec. 32-12A-1 am'd.
SB210
Criminal procedure, asset forfeiture for drug offenses provided, Alabama Criminal Forfeiture Process Act, Secs. 20-2-93 repealed
SB195
Motor vehicles, driving offenses, administrative suspension periods revised for certain driving offenses, Secs. 32-5-192, 32-5A-195, 32-5A-304 am'd.
SB193
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to various school systems and colleges and universities, and other entities
SB192
Talladega College, appropriation
SB191
Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriation
SB190
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 2020, from Education Trust Fund to the State Dept. of Education, Alabama Community College System, Marine Environmental Sciences Consortium, Commerce Dept., and the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, approp. for Coucil on Arts earmarked, approp. for School of Cyber Technology and Engineering carried forward, Act 2019-403, 2019 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB189
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB188
Public education employees, including K-12, postsecondary education, and AIDB, salary increase
SB171
Sweet potato, official state vegetable, designated
SB165
Public records, Alabama Public Records Act created, method of request for public records and manner of appeal, established, Office of Public Access Counselor, established, Secs. 36-12-40, 36-12-41 repealed
SB160
Cottage food production operations, allow online sales, remove gross receipts cap, require certain nutrition information to be included on product labels, Sec. 22-20-5.1 am'd.
SB113
Artificial intelligence, limit the use of facial recognition, to ensure artificial intelligence is not the only basis for arrest
SB112
Motor vehicles, Revenue Dept., annual license tax and registration fee, low-speed electric vehicle
SB98
Taxation, certain tax credits, advance refunds, and other economic relief payments under the CARES Act excluded from income taxation, Alabama Taxpayer Stimulus Freedom Act of 2021, Sec. 40-27-1 am'd.
SB97
State Health Officer, order issued in response to outbreak of a disease has full force of law if approved by Governor and filed with Secretary of State in state of emergency, Secs. 22-2-8, 31-9-8, 31-9-13 am'd.
SB77
State government, Office of Chief Procurement Officer, established, Division of Purchasing within the Dept. of Finance, abolished, Secs. 41-4-110 to 41-4-161, inclusive, 41-16-20 to 41-16-32, incl., 41-16-70 to 41-16-79, incl., repealed; Secs. 41-4-110 to 41-4-116, incl., 41-4-120 to 41-4-151, incl., 41-4-155, 41-4-160 to 41-4-168, incl., 41-4-170 to 41-4-178, incl., added; Sec. 41-4-66, 41-16-50 am'd.
SB76
Wireless telecommunications, installation and deployment of small wireless facilities and associated poles, towers, and base stations on the public rights-of-way, authorized
SB70
School of Cyber Technology and Engineering, granted same soverign immunity and participation in Educators Liability Trust Fund as provided for other public K-12 schools, board of education, administrators, and staff, Secs. 16-28A-6, added; Secs. 16-22-4.1, 36-1-12 am'd.
SB40
Taxation, exempt state, county, and municipal sales and use tax from certain entities
SB30
Coronavirus, immunity for certain entities from claims relating to contraction of or exposure to coronovirus
SB2
License plate scanners, limited use of on public highways by law enforcement agencies, confidentiality, destruction of information collected, criminal penalties
SB1
Contact tracing, privacy protections established

SB330
Coronovirus, immunity for certain entities from claims relating to contraction of or exposure to coronovirus
SB325
Morgan Co., economic development, distrib. of certain payments made in lieu of taxes by the Tennessee Valley Authority, provided further the jurisdiction of the Morgan Co. Industrial Park and Economic Development Cooperative District, Act 2007-339, 2007 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB315
Motor vehicles, Revenue Dept., annual license tax and registration fee, low-speed electric vehicle
SB284
Aircrafts. Revenue Dept., required to centrally value and assess certain aircrafts
SB242
Public School and College Authority, one billion dollars in bonds authorized to be issued for capital improvement for public schools, community colleges, and other colleges
SB230
Motor vehicles, tags, Alabama Gold Star Family license plate further provided, Sec. 32-6-630 am'd.
SB185
Driver license, to provide additional circumstances in which an expert witness may give expert testimony, provide for add'l chemical tests that may be used to determine if a person was driving under the influence, to provide for who can draw blood, provide that a witness may provide testimony on the results of horizontal gaze nystagmus test, Secs. 12-21-160, 32-5-192, 32-5-200, 32-5A-194, 32-5A-300, 32-5A-301, 32-5A-302, 32-5A-303, 32-5A-304, 32-5A-306, 32-5A-307, 32-5A-308, 32-6-49.13 am'd.
SB182
State government, Office of Chief Procurement Officer, established, Division of Purchasing within the Dept. of Finance, eliminated, Secs. 41-4-110 to 41-4-161, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 41-4-110A to 41-4-116A, incl., 41-4-120A to 41-4-151A, incl., 41-4-155A, 41-4-160A to 41-4-168A, incl., 41-4-170 to 41-4-178A, incl., added; Sec. 41-4-66 am'd.
SB 172
Wireless telecommunications, installation and deployment of small wireless facilities and associated poles, towers, and base stations on the public rights-of-way, authorized
SB 123
State government, employees, monthly summary of total overtime hours worked and total overtime compensation paid be submitted to Legislature, publish summaries on public website of agency
SB 120
Supervision of violent offenders, to require electronic monitoring for inmates on work release in certain circumstances, Sec. 14-8-2 am'd.
SB 113
Motor vehicles, driver's licenses, ALEA, voluntary designation of disability, Sec. 32-6-6 am'd.
SB 111
Crimes and offenses, drug test, sunthetic urine and urine additions to falsify prohibited
SB 110
Public accommodations, requires installation and maintenance of baby diaper changing stations in public accommodations and facilities operated by public utilities
SB 109
Crimes and offenses, tampering with a consumer product, criminal penalties provided
SB 108
Immigration, to criminalize act of state official or agent adopting policy that intentionally limits or restricts enforcement of immigration laws, Sec. 31-13-5 am'd.
SB 107
Immigration, requiring applicants for business licenses and occupational tax certificates to prove enrollment in and use of E-Verify, exceptions, penalties, Sec. 31-13-15.1 added
SB 58
Deferred presentment transactions, term set at 30 days, Sec. 5-18A-13 amd.

SB 419
Morgan Co., T.V.A. distribution of designated portion under Act 2010-135, distrib to certain named mun, until fiscal year commencing October 1, 2020, use of any remaining funds further provided
SB 395
Code of Alabama 1975, Acts of 2018 Regular Session, supplements and certain replacement volumes, codified with certain corrections, local laws of certain counties codified, duties of Secretary of State
SB 344
Morgan Co., co. commission, county portion of proceeds from simplified seller use tax (SSUT), distrib. to local bds of ed.
SB 295
Alabama Industry Recognized and Registered Apprenticeship Program Act, Alabama Office of Apprenticeship created to administer state programs in lieu of federal office, apprenticeship tax credit and aggregate apprenticeship tax credit increases, Secs. 40-18-422, 40-18-423, 40-18-424 am'd.
SB 294
Public assistance, certain eligibility requirements for TANF and SNAP revised, fraud detection measures required
SB 268
Ports, inland facilities, $10 million of add'l. motor fuel tax levied by Act 2019-2 transfered from Rebuild Alabama Fund to Economic and Community Affairs Dept., Inland Port and Intermodal Fund created, use for inland ports and intermodal facilities to interconnect with other modes of transportation
SB 264
Telecommunications, installation and deployment of small wireless facilities and associated poles, towers, and base stations on the public rights-of-way, authorized, Secs. 37-3A-1 to 37-3A-12, inclusive, added.
SB 263
Education, K-3 grades, Alabama Literacy Act, established, steps to improve reading proficiency
SB 228
Sheriffs, co. jails, feeding or prisoners, fee increased, deposit in Prisoner Feeding Fund, increases provided every two years, continuous approp. from St. Gen Fund for emergency costs overruns, Secs. 14-6-40, 14-6-42, 14-6-47, 14-6-48, 36-22-17 am'd; Sec. 14-6-43 repealed
SB 216
Constitutional amendment, Judicial Article revised, vacancies in the office of a judge, procedure further provided, age restriction on judicial office, increased, judicial discipline further provided, Judicial Inquiry Commission, membership further provided, impeachment of justices of supreme court deleted, Administrative Director of Courts, appointed further provided, const. amend.
SB 202
Local governments, bond financing review forms, bond financing agreement documents to include a schedule of all of the debt obligations of the county under certain conditions, signed acknowledgement required, municipalities and local school boards required 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.
SB 199
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB 198
Courts, Administrative Director of Courts, appointment by the Supreme Court of Alabama, procedure established
SB 196
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 entities
SB 195
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 2018, from Education Trust Fund
SB 193
Unemployment benefits, maximum amount paid to an individual revised contingent on the state's average unemployment rate, maximum weekly benefits revised, terms of losing benefits due to disqualification, Secs. 25-4-72, 25-4-74, 25-4-78 am'd.
SB 192
Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutions
SB 191
Asset forfeitures, Alabama Forfeiture Accountability and Integrity Reform Act, established, Secs. 13A-8-117, 13A-11-37, 15-5-60 to 15-5-65, inclusive, 20-2-93 repealed
SB 80
Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, membership altered to include chairs of House Ways and Means General Fund and Education and Senate Finance and Taxation General Fund and Education Committees, provide further for the length of terms on the committee, Sec. 29-2-40 am'd.
SB 78
Innovation Act, established, tax credits for qualified research expenses, authorized under certain conditions, tax credits authorized to offset certain taxes under certain conditions, to further provide for the allocation and transferability of certain tax credits under certain conditions, Sec. 40-18-390 added
SB 77
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, provide for phase out of retail sales of alcohol by board, Secs. 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, am'd.
SB 76
Estates, probate court proceedings, notice requirements to Alabama Medicaid Agency, provided, probate proceedings, further provided
SB 75
Deferred presentment transactions, term set at 30 days, Sec. 5-18A-13 amd.
SB 74
Off-road vehicles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) and recreational off-road vehicles, registration with Ala. State Law Enforcement Agency, width and weight restrictions increased, Sec. 32-12A-1 am'd.
SB 73
Pharmacy benefit managers, prohibited from restricting pharmacies and pharmacists from disclosing costs information to patients on alternative drugs or other services and costs, enforcement by Insurance Commissioner, audits further regulated including penalties and assessments against pharmacist, Sec. 34-23-184 am'd.
SB 72
State employees, lump sum merit reward payments for full-time employees at top of pay ranges authorized, Sec. 36-26-48 added
SB 71
Immigration, requiring applicants for business licenses and occupational tax certificates to prove enrollment in and use of E-Verify, exceptions, penalties, Sec. 31-13-15.1 added
SJR 66
Spears, Connie, outstanding professional achievement, commended
SJR 61
Shelton, Clint, professional achievements, commended
SJR 57
Hill, Tom, professional achievements, commended
SJR 44
Robertson, Nancy, outstanding professional achievement, commended
SJR 41
Hardy, John L., outstanding professional achievement, commended
SJR 27
Jerusalem, recognized as capital of Israel
SJR 22
Jerusalem, recognized as capital of Israel
SJR 5
Coone, Brenda R., distinguished service, commended

SB 1
Off-road vehicles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) and recreational off-road vehicles, registration with Ala. State Law Enforcement Agency, width and weight restrictions increased, Sec. 32-12A-1 am'd.

SB 364
Local governments, bond financing review forms, bond financing agreement documents to include a schedule of all of the debt obligations of the county under certain conditions, signed acknowledgement required, municipalities and local school boards required 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.
SB 363
Portable benefit plans established for contractors of market place platforms.
SB 318
Consumer protection, Alabama Data Breach Notification Act
SB 298
Alcoholic beverages, retail sale by state phased out, privilege granted to Class A and Class B licensees, inventory bailment system, tax, displaced employees benefits, leases, market zones established, Secs. 28-1-4, 28-2-22, 28-3-40, 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, 28-3-202, 28-3-205, 28-3-207, 28-3-241, 28-3A-11, 28-3A-12, 28-3A-19, 28-3A-21, 28-3A-22, 28-7-16 am'd.; Secs. 28-3-74, 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed on October 1, 2012
SB 220
Priceville, alcoholic beverages, draft beer authorized
SB 218
Railroad authorities, add board members and amend certificate of incorporation, authorized, Secs. 37-13-1, 37-13-4, 37-13-5, 37-13-7 am'd.
SB 216
Morgan Co., sheriff, salary, use of funds for feeding prisoners, only for that purpose, const. amend.
SB 213
Asset forfeitures, criminal procedure, Forfeiture Database and Reporting Act, created
SB 212
Education, Alabama Cyber Engineering School established, bd of directors, programs and eligibility requirements, conditional appropriation of $1,500,000 from Education Trust Fund for fiscal year ending October 1, 2019.
SB 184
Contracts, public-private agreements, requirements provided for certain contracts, Sec. 8-29-9 am'd.
SB 165
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB 163
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 2018, from Education Trust Fund
SB 162
Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutions
SB 140
Medicaid, eligibility verification requirements required, referral of fraud for prosecution, agency required to implement work requirements, exceptions
SB 139
Public assistance, certain eligibility requirements for TANF and SNAP revised, fraud detection measures required
SB 138
Deferred presentment transactions, term set at 30 days, Sec. 5-18A-13 amd.
SB 133
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.
SB 102
Colleges and universities, local boards of education, schools prohibited from using public funds to advocate for or against ballot measures
SB 101
Education, gifted or talented children, grants by St. Dept. of Ed. to public schools for educational programs, local bd. of ed. required to match
SJR 135
Days of Prayer over Alabama Students, first full weekend following the first Friday in August, recognized
SB 100
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.
SB 99
Transportation Dept., Ala. Federal Fund Exchange Program, political subdivisions or public corporation authorized to puchase fed. transportation funds at a discount, work to be performed by state residents, reports to Jt. Transportation Committee, Ala. Fed. Fund Exchange Program
SB 98
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 added
SB 93
Medicaid, liens and claims against recipient and recipient's estate authorized
SB 92
Compensation, unemployment, to increase the possible weekly benefit, to lower weeks of unemployment benefits from 26 to 14 to 20 based on the unemployment rate in the recipient's county of residence, and to provide for additional benefits for persons undertaking job training or certification, Secs. 25-4-72, 25-4-74 am'd.
SB 91
Workers' compensation, additional penalties for fraud, restitution, termination of benefits, repayment, Dept. of Labor to preserve certain information under certain conditions, Sec. 13A-11-124 am'd.
SB 90
Driving under the influence, second offense, penalty further provided for based on defendant's DUI history, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
SB 89
Gasoline and motor fuel tax, county commission authorized to levy up to five cents, referendum, distributed on transportation projects
SJR 83
Jones, Ronald L., outstanding professional achievement, commended
SJR 77
Evidence-based budgeting process, adopted
SJR 42
Corrections Dept., Decatur Community Based Facility and Community Work Center, name change requested
SJR 11
Ethics, Code of Ethics Reform and Clarification Commission, created

SB386
Gasoline and motor fuel tax, county commission authorized to levy up to five cents, referendum, distributed on transportation projects
SB385
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.
SB372
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, prohibited from flying over certain facilities, sale, operation, manufacturing of drones equipped with a weapon are prohibited, criminal penalties, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, rulemaking authority, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act, Secs. 13A-6-24, 13A-6-90.1, 13A-7-22, 13A-10-2, 13A-10-38, 13A-11-32, 23-1-388 am'd.
SB361
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; Secs. 10A-1-1.02, 10A-1-1.03, 10A-1-1.06, 10A-1-1.08, 10A-1-1.12, 10A-1-2.02, 10A-1-3.06, 10A-1-3.17, 10A-1-3.32, 10A-1-3.33, 10A-1-3.41, 10A-1-4.01, 10A-1-4.02, 10A-1-4.25, 10A-1-4.31, 10A-1-5.01, 10A-1-5.02, 10A-1-5.03, 10A-1-5.04, 10A-1-5.05, 10A-1-5.06, 10A-1-5.08, 10A-1-5.11, 10A-1-5.12, 10A-1-5.31, 10A-1-5.32, 10A-1-5.33, 10A-1-7.01, 10A-1-7.02, 10A-1-7.03, 10A-1-7.04, 10A-1-7.05, 10A-1-7.06, 10A-1-7.07, 10A-1-7.11, 10A-1-7.12, 10A-1-7.13, 10A-1-7.14, 10A-1-7.22, 10A-1-7.23, 10A-1-7.24, 10A-1-7.31, 10A-1-7.32, 10A-1-7.34, 10A-1-7.36, 10A-1-7.37, 10A-1-8.01, 10A-1-8.02, 10A-1-8.03, 0A-1-9.21, 10A-1-9.22, 10A-5A-1.02, 10A-5A-1.06, 10A-9A-1.07, 10A-17-1.02 am'd.
SB325
Medicaid, liens and claims against recipient and recipient's estate authorized
SB308
Education Trust Fund, approp. for fiscal year 2017, supp. approp. for Veterans' Affairs Dept., Historical Comm. approp., use of portion for grant to Bicentennial Commission, approp. to Archives and History Dept., Historical Commission, Public Television Commission, and Council on Arts, reapprop. for bicentennial purposes, Act 2016-199, 2016 Reg Sess., am'd.
SB307
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2016, Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to the Department of Education and Alabama Community College System
SB299
Civil forfeiture, reporting requirements, provide publication requirements, civil penalties
SB284
Banking, loans and consumer credit transactions, small loans, acquisition charge prohibited on refinances within first six months, deferred presentment transaction, term set at 30 days, total transactions limited, collection activity limited, repayment plan for certain transactions set at three months, interest on loan over $2,000 limited, Secs. 5-18-15, 5-18A-3, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13, 8-8-5 am'd.
SB260
Alcoholic beverages, retail sale by state phased out, privilege granted to Class A and Class B licensees, inventory bailment system, tax, displaced employees benefits, leases, market zones established, Secs. 28-1-4, 28-2-22, 28-3-40, 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, 28-3-202, 28-3-205, 28-3-207, 28-3-241, 28-3A-11, 28-3A-12, 28-3A-19, 28-3A-21, 28-3A-22, 28-7-16 am'd.; Secs. 28-3-74, 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed on October 1, 2012
SB257
Irrigation projects, income tax credit, add'l credit authorized with cap, expiration, Sec. 40-18-342 am'd.
SB256
Court costs, district and circuit, forward to State Comptroller, Sec. 12-19-22 am'd.
SB255
Water, use from Ala., Tennessee, and Tombigbee Rivers by non-riparian landowners under certain conditions for agricultural purposes, duties and reporting by Water Resources Commission, Sec. 9-10B-22.1 added
SB241
Industrial Access Fund, roads, expanded to include use for access to military property and for non-industrial sites, Sec. 23-6-1 am'd.
SB197
Juries, Legislature authorized to establish size of jury panels
SB196
Workers' compensation, additional penalties for fraud, restitution, termination of benefits, repayment, Sec. 13A-11-124 am'd.
SB195
Medicaid Agency, eligibility verification mechanisms required, identity verification, use of third-party vendors auth., reporting of fraud
SB194
Public assistance, additional requirements for TANF and SNAP benefits, termination of benefits for certain benefits, review of certain EBT card purchases required
SB188
Compensation, unemployment, to lower weeks of unemployment benefits from 26 to 14 based on the state average unemployment rate, Secs. 25-4-72, 25-4-74 am'd.
SB180
Driving under the influence, specify which drugs are considered controlled substances, require courts to further consider a defendant's DUI history, reorganize existing provisions of law relating to DUI and penalties, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
SB173
Money transmission services, regulation and licensing by Securities Commission, approval of authorized delegates, fees, exemptions, duties, penalties, Sec. 8-7-1 repealed; Secs. 8-7A-1 to 8-7A-27, inclusive, added
SB152
Juries, Legislature authorized to establish size of jury panels, const. amend.
SB129
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB122
State employees, lump sum merit reward payments for full-time employees at top of pay ranges authorized, Sec. 36-26-48 added
SB101
Colleges and universities, local boards of education, schools prohibited from using public funds to advocate for or against ballot measures
SB94
Physician agreements, not subject to regulation as insurance, license to sell or market not required, requirements for agreement established, discontinuance of services under the agreement, Ala. Physicians Direct Pay Act
SB93
Legislature or local governing body, prohibited from naming road, building, or project after a person serving as an elected official
SB92
Schools, dual enrollment, high school students taking college courses, authorized
SB91
Consumers and consumer protection, protection of data containing personal information, notification of breach of to Attorney General and consumers required, disposal of records, civil penalty
SB90
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to reallocate judgeships under certain conditions
SB89
Workers' compensation, employer liability for permanent total disability benefits after employee reaches age 65 limited, prompt medical attention required for benefits, Secs. 25-5-57, 25-5-77 am'd.
SB88
Education, gifted or talented children, grants for educational programs provided by State Department of Education, local match required
SB32
High school, public, civics test required for graduation

SB378
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, use of prohibited under certain conditions, criminal penalties, injuctive relief, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act
SB367
Water basin areas, defined in Alabama for purposes of water resource planning and management activities under the Alabama Water Resources Act
SB356
Elections, disclosure of raising and spending of money to influence elections and government actions, regulation required, const. amend.
SB334
Schools, dual enrollment, high school students taking college courses, authorized
SB301
Title loan lenders, licensure and regulation of, established, Alabama Title Loan Act
SB292
Alcoholic beverages, retail sale by state phased out, privilege granted to Class A and Class B licensees, inventory bailment system, tax, displaced employees benefits, leases, market zones established, Secs. 28-1-4, 28-2-22, 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, 28-3-202, 28-3-205, 28-3-207, 28-3-241, 28-3A-11, 28-3A-12, 28-3A-19, 28-3A-20, 28-3A-21, 28-3A-22, 28-3A-24, 28-7-16 am'd.; Secs. 28-3-74, 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed on October 1, 2012
SB285
Public assistance, revised procedures and limitations required for various public assistance programs administered by the Human Resources Dept.
SB255
Driving under the influence, criminal offense further defined, penalties further provided for, consideration of prior offenses expanded, Secs. 32-5A-191, 32-6-19 am'd.
SB238
Consumers and consumer protection, protection of data containing personal information, notification of breach of to Attorney General and consumers required, disposal of records, civil penalty
SB234
Crimes and offenses, criminal penalties and sanctions for racketeering and corrupt organizations, forfeiture of property used in racketeering activity, liens, Alabama RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) Act
SB226
Controlled substances, additional compounds included in Schedule I, Sec. 20-2-23 am'd.
SB220
Adults, vulnerable adults protection from financial exploitation, reporting to Alabama Securities Commission and Dept. of Senior Services, immunity from administrative and civil action for certain disclosures
SB208
Tax incentives, economic, state agency administered, report of cost to Legislature annually
SB190
Travel expenses, state employees, use of personal vehicle for official duties, mileage, reimbursement formula changed, American Automobile Association Daily Fuel Gauge Report, Sec. 36-7-22 am'd.
SB189
Municipalities, police jurisdiction, reduced, authorized to be extended by local law under certain conditions, ordinances repealed if outside police jurisdiction, Sec. 11-40-10 am'd.
SB188
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Disaster Settlement, distribution of funds to relieve certain debt of the state and remaining funds transferred to the State General Fund
SB122
Workers' compensation, employer liability for permanent total disability benefits after employee reaches age 65 limited, prompt medical attention required for benefits, Secs. 25-5-57, 25-5-77 am'd.
SB92
Transportation Department, contracts, public to private firms, construction and maintenance of road and public improvement projects, Sec. 23-1-40 am'd.
SB91
Payday loans, deferred presentment services, expand licensure requirements, further regulate deferred presentment services, penalties for evading licensure requirements, Secs. 5-18A-3, 5-18A-6, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13 am'd.
SB90
Taxation, tax credit for employers employing apprentices, Apprenticeship Tax Credit Act
SB89
Education, civics test, requirement for graduation from high school
SB88
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteria
SB87
State parks, bond issue, park with hotel facility or golf course, exempt from requirement that facilities be operated exclusively by Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Amendment 617, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd., const. amend.
SB86
Colleges and universities, local boards of education, schools prohibited from using public funds to advocate for or against ballot measures
SB85
Ad valorem taxes, removal of levy of for certain landowners receiving economic incentives, counties and municipalities authorized to waive, Sec. 40-7-25.3 am'd.
SB83
Education, gifted or talented children, grants for educational programs provided by State Department of Education, local match required
SB81
Public contracts, governmental entities precluded from entering into contracts with entities that boycott certain persons or entities with whom this state enjoys open trade

SB378
Unmanned aircraft systems or drones, use of prohibited under certain conditions, criminal penalties, injuctive relief, use by governmental agencies authorized under certain conditions, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act
SB367
Water basin areas, defined in Alabama for purposes of water resource planning and management activities under the Alabama Water Resources Act
SB356
Elections, disclosure of raising and spending of money to influence elections and government actions, regulation required, const. amend.
SB334
Schools, dual enrollment, high school students taking college courses, authorized
SB301
Title loan lenders, licensure and regulation of, established, Alabama Title Loan Act
SB292
Alcoholic beverages, retail sale by state phased out, privilege granted to Class A and Class B licensees, inventory bailment system, tax, displaced employees benefits, leases, market zones established, Secs. 28-1-4, 28-2-22, 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, 28-3-202, 28-3-205, 28-3-207, 28-3-241, 28-3A-11, 28-3A-12, 28-3A-19, 28-3A-20, 28-3A-21, 28-3A-22, 28-3A-24, 28-7-16 am'd.; Secs. 28-3-74, 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed on October 1, 2012
SB285
Public assistance, revised procedures and limitations required for various public assistance programs administered by the Human Resources Dept.
SB255
Driving under the influence, criminal offense further defined, penalties further provided for, consideration of prior offenses expanded, Secs. 32-5A-191, 32-6-19 am'd.
SB238
Consumers and consumer protection, protection of data containing personal information, notification of breach of to Attorney General and consumers required, disposal of records, civil penalty
SB234
Crimes and offenses, criminal penalties and sanctions for racketeering and corrupt organizations, forfeiture of property used in racketeering activity, liens, Alabama RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) Act
SB226
Controlled substances, additional compounds included in Schedule I, Sec. 20-2-23 am'd.
SB220
Adults, vulnerable adults protection from financial exploitation, reporting to Alabama Securities Commission and Dept. of Senior Services, immunity from administrative and civil action for certain disclosures
SB208
Tax incentives, economic, state agency administered, report of cost to Legislature annually
SB190
Travel expenses, state employees, use of personal vehicle for official duties, mileage, reimbursement formula changed, American Automobile Association Daily Fuel Gauge Report, Sec. 36-7-22 am'd.
SB189
Municipalities, police jurisdiction, reduced, authorized to be extended by local law under certain conditions, ordinances repealed if outside police jurisdiction, Sec. 11-40-10 am'd.
SB188
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Disaster Settlement, distribution of funds to relieve certain debt of the state and remaining funds transferred to the State General Fund
SB122
Workers' compensation, employer liability for permanent total disability benefits after employee reaches age 65 limited, prompt medical attention required for benefits, Secs. 25-5-57, 25-5-77 am'd.
SB92
Transportation Department, contracts, public to private firms, construction and maintenance of road and public improvement projects, Sec. 23-1-40 am'd.
SB91
Payday loans, deferred presentment services, expand licensure requirements, further regulate deferred presentment services, penalties for evading licensure requirements, Secs. 5-18A-3, 5-18A-6, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13 am'd.
SB90
Taxation, tax credit for employers employing apprentices, Apprenticeship Tax Credit Act
SB89
Education, civics test, requirement for graduation from high school
SB88
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteria
SB87
State parks, bond issue, park with hotel facility or golf course, exempt from requirement that facilities be operated exclusively by Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Amendment 617, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd., const. amend.
SB86
Colleges and universities, local boards of education, schools prohibited from using public funds to advocate for or against ballot measures
SB85
Ad valorem taxes, removal of levy of for certain landowners receiving economic incentives, counties and municipalities authorized to waive, Sec. 40-7-25.3 am'd.
SB83
Education, gifted or talented children, grants for educational programs provided by State Department of Education, local match required
SB81
Public contracts, governmental entities precluded from entering into contracts with entities that boycott certain persons or entities with whom this state enjoys open trade

SB496
Use tax, distrib. to State General Fund reduced, distributed to Education Trust Fund increased, including distrib. from remote sales after national agreement on collection, Secs. 40-23-85, 40-23-174 am'd.
SB421
District Attorneys and circuit clerks, retirement system, Legislature authorized to provide, const. amend.
SB411
District attorneys and circuit clerks, elected court officials retirement plan established in Judicial Retirement System, preretirement death benefit applicable to, contingent on const. amend., Sec. 36-27B-1 am'd.
SB375
Taxation, receipts, state entities, authority to unearmark and use for other areas where funding has been reduced
SB274
County superintendents of education, requirement to maintain office at co. seat deleted, Sec. 16-9-24 am'd.
SB262
Firearms, pistols, sale of or delivery to minor, record-keeping and administrative requirements, certain provisions eliminated, Secs. 13A-11-76, 13A-11-79, 13A-11-84, 40-12-143 am'd.
SB246
Schools, dual enrollment, high school students taking college courses, authorized
SB245
Sales tax, entities exempt required to initially pay sales tax and later seek refund of exempted state tax amounts, Department of Revenue authorized to promulgate rules
SB244
Tax refund, interest paid by Department of Revenue on overpayments, required after receipt of refund petition, Sec. 40-1-44 am'd.
SB243
Taxation, business privilege taxes, compliance certificate substituted for a good standing certificate, Sec. 40-2A-10 am'd.
SB242
Cyber-bullying of students and school employees, crime created, penalties, restitution, reporting requirement, deferred prosecution and expungement authorized
SB241
Fair Campaign Practices Act, revised, State Campaign Finance Commission, created, Secs. 17-5-7.2, 17-5-19.1, 17-5-19.2, 17-5-21, 36-14-18 added; Secs.17-5-2, 17-5-4 to 17-5-10, inclusive, 17-5-19, 36-25-3, 36-25-4, 36-25-14, 36-25-15 am'd.
SB230
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteria
SB203
State Forestry Commission, Department of Agriculture and Industries renamed as Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Industries, Division of State Forestry within Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Industries created, transfer of responsibilities and other effects of the State Forestry Commission to the Division of State Forestry, Secs. 9-3-2, 9-3-3, 9-3-16 repealed; Secs. 9-3-1, 9-3-2, 9-3-3, 9-3-4, 9-3-5 to 9-3-10, inclusive, 9-3-10.1, 9-3-11 to 9-3-15, inclusive, 9-3-17, 9-3-19, 9-8A-3, 9-10A-4, 9-13-1, 9-13-3, 9-13-4, 9-13-5, 9-13-6, 9-13-8, 9-13-9, 9-13-10, 9-13-10.1, 9-13-11, 9-13-24, 9-13-40 to 9-13-47, inclusive, 9-13-49, 9-13-50, 9-13-63, 9-13-64, 9-13-65, 9-13-80, 9-13-84, 9-13-103, 9-13-104, 9-13-122, 9-13-124, 9-13-125, 9-13-126, 9-13-140, 9-13-141, 9-13-161 to 9-13-164, inclusive, 9-13-166, 9-13-167, 9-13-181, 9-13-182, 9-13-185, 9-13-189, 9-13-190, 9-13-192 to 9-13-196, inclusive, 9-13-201, 9-13-225, 9-13-226, 9-13-272, 9-13-273, 9-15-3, 9-15-30, 9-15-82, 11-84-2, 23-1-293, 31-9C-2, 32-6-272, 32-6-410, 32-6-411, 32-6-413, 36-16-11, 36-21-8, 36-27-59, 36-30-1, 36-30-2, 36-32-1, 40-7-25.1, 41-4-33.1, 41-6A-8, 41-23-141 am'd.
SB178
Transportation Department, contracts, public to private firms, construction and maintenance of road and public improvement projects, Sec. 23-1-40 am'd.
SB176
Morgan Co., Industrial Park and Economic Development Cooperative District, jurisdiction of district extended, Act 2007-339, 2007 Reg. Sess. reenacted and amended by Act 2009-767, am'd.
SB162
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, fourth conviction, mandatory minimum jail time increased, prior convictions, five-year limitation deleted and convictions from other states included, driving without a license from conviction, penalty for fourth offense, penalty increased, Secs. 32-5A-191, 32-6-19 am'd.
SB161
Education, civics test, requirement for graduation from high school
SB160
State agencies, report to Executive Budget officer re: federal funding required, submission of reports to Joint Fiscal Committee for consideration, recommendations
SB145
Jury trials, six member juries authorized in certain criminal proceedings and certain civil cases in which the amount in controversy does not exceed $50,000, Sec. 12-16-100, 12-16-101, 12-16-140 am'd.
SB138
Education, juvenile probation officers authorized to share certain information and records with school personnel for limited purposes, exceptions, confidentiality, immunity, Sec. 12-15-217 am'd.
SB126
Alabama Open Meetings Act, members of governmental bodies may participate in meetings and deliberation electronically
SB116
Hunting on land without permission, penalties revised, fines increased, restitution, forfeiture of hunting gear and firearms, Secs. 9-11-240, 9-11-241, 9-11-242 repealed
SB115
Alcoholic beverages, retail sale by state phased out, privilege granted to Class A and Class B licensees, inventory bailment system, tax, displaced employees benefits, leases, market zones established, Secs. 28-1-4, 28-2-22, 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, 28-3-202, 28-3-205, 28-3-207, 28-3-241, 28-3A-11, 28-3A-12, 28-3A-19, 28-3A-20, 28-3A-21, 28-3A-22, 28-7-16 am'd.; Secs. 28-3-74, 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed on October 1, 2012
SB114
Education, gifted or talented children, grants for educational programs provided by State Department of Education, local match required
SB113
Limited Liability Law, governing law clarified, liability for wrongful distributions clarified, Secs.10A-5A-1.05, 10A-5A-1.06, 10A-5A-1.07, 10A-5A-4.06 am'd.
SB112
Article V Convention, appointment of delegates by the Legislature, qualifications, recall, oath
SB111
Transportation Infrastructure Bank, established, members, powers, duties, terms, sources for capitalization, liability of bank, procedures for issuance of loans and financial assistance for qualified projects, annual report to Governor and Legislature, audit, Transportation Infrastructure Bank Act
SB110
Payday loans, deferred presentment services, expand licensure requirements, further regulate deferred presentment services, penalties for evading licensure requirements, Secs. 5-18A-3, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13 am'd.
SB109
Taxation, tax credit, employer provided a tax credit for employing an apprentice, definitions, Apprenticeship Tax Credit Act
SB107
Public records, use of camera or electronic device to make copies of, public officer prohibited from charging copy fee, Sec. 36-12-40 am'd.
SB106
Consumers and consumer protection, protection of data containing personal information, notification of breach of to Attorney General and consumers required, disposal of records, civil penalty
SB105
Education, civics test, requirement for graduation from high school
SB104
Cyber-bullying of students and school employees, crime created, penalties, restitution, reporting requirement, deferred prosecution and expungement authorized

SB42
Open Meetings, members of governmental bodies may participate in meetings and deliberation electronically, exceptions
SB41
Corrections Department, appropriation in 2014-2015 General Fund budget, earmarking for Wetumpka Women's Facility deleted, Act 2014-284, 2014 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB34
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
SB33
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteria
SB32
Alabama Trust Fund, General Fund Rainy Day Account repayment, bond issue, $800,000,000, authorized, const. amend.
SB31
Economic Settlement Authority, created, issuance of bonds by authority payable from revenue from settlement of BP Oil Spill for capital improvements and deposit into certain funds, BP Settlement Fund created
SB1
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Disaster Settlement, distribution of funds to relieve certain debt of the state and remaining funds transferred to the State General Fund

SB38
Public funds, colleges and universities, local boards of education prohibited from using to advocate for or against ballot measures, candidates prohibited from using for advertisement or public service announcements, Sec. 36-25-5.3 added
SB37
Use tax receipts, portions redistributed from Education Trust Fund to State General Fund, Sec. 40-23-85 am'd.
SB18
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
SB17
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteria
SB16
Judges of Probate, judicial retirement, contributions by counties for the employer's share, Secs. 12-18-1, 12-18-3, 12-18-82 am'd.
SB15
Law enforcement officers, state, jurisdiction to enforce motor vehicle laws, federal highways, Secs. 32-2-5, 32-5-1, 32-5-310, 32-5A-171, 32-5A-177, 32-10-5 am'd.

SB469
Fair Campaign Practices Act, certain reporting excluded, civil penalties authorized by Secretary of State, probate judges, administrative rules authorized, administrative review of contested fines, Secs. 17-5-19.1, 17-5-19.2, 17-5-21 added; Secs. 17-5-8, 17-5-19 am'd.
SB464
Alcoholic beverages, retail sale by state phased out, privilege granted to Class A and Class B licensees, inventory bailment system, tax, displaced employees benefits, leases, market zones established, Secs. 28-1-4, 28-2-22, 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, 28-3-202, 28-3-205, 28-3-207, 28-3-241, 28-3A-11, 28-3A-12, 28-3A-19, 28-3A-20, 28-3A-21, 28-3A-22, 28-7-16 am'd.; Secs. 28-3-74, 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed on October 1, 2012
SB453
Victims' Compensation Act, to ensure that victims obtain a pro-rata share of court-ordered restitution collected before other distributions are made, Sec. 12-17-225.4 am'd.
SB412
Pardons and Paroles, Division of Probation and Parole, created within Department of Corrections, supervising offenders on probation, transfer of duties, responsibilities and other effects of the Board of Pardons and Paroles as they relate to supervision of offenders, Secs. 12-23A-2, 12-25-37, 12-25-38, 14-1-1.2, 15-18-71, 15-18-74, 15-18-76, 15-18-77, 15-20A-20, 15-20A-39, 15-22-1.3, 15-22-2, 15-22-24, 15-22-28, 15-22-30, 15-22-33, 15-22-35, 15-22-36, 15-22-36.1, 15-22-36.2, 15-22-37, 15-22-51, 15-22-53, 15-22-56, 15-23-72, 36-21-2, 41-9-1060 am'd.
SB411
State Forestry Commission, Department of Agriculture and Industries renamed as Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Industries, Division of State Forestry within Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Industries created, transfer of responsibilities and other effects of the State Forestry Commission to the Division of State Forestry, Sec. 9-3-16 repealed; Secs. 9-3-1, 9-3-2, 9-3-4, 9-3-5 to 9-3-10, inclusive, 9-3-10.1, 9-3-11 to 9-3-15, inclusive, 9-3-17, 9-3-19, 9-8A-3, 9-10A-4, 9-13-1, 9-13-3, 9-13-4, 9-13-5, 9-13-6, 9-13-8, 9-13-9, 9-13-10, 9-13-10.1, 9-13-11, 9-13-24, 9-13-40 to 9-13-47, inclusive, 9-13-49, 9-13-50, 9-13-63, 9-13-64, 9-13-65, 9-13-80, 9-13-84, 9-13-103, 9-13-104, 9-13-122, 9-13-124, 9-13-125, 9-13-126, 9-13-140, 9-13-141, 9-13-161 to 9-13-164, inclusive, 9-13-166, 9-13-167, 9-13-181, 9-13-182, 9-13-185, 9-13-189, 9-13-190, 9-13-192 to 9-13-196, inclusive, 9-13-201, 9-13-225, 9-13-226, 9-13-272, 9-13-273, 9-15-3, 9-15-30, 9-15-82, 11-84-2, 23-1-293, 31-9C-2, 32-6-272, 32-6-410, 32-6-411, 32-6-413, 36-16-11, 36-21-8, 36-27-59, 36-30-1, 36-30-2, 36-32-1, 40-7-25.1, 41-4-33.1, 41-6A-8, 41-23-141 am'd.
SB410
Deferred presentment transactions, customer repayment period revised, extensions prohibited, collection of a bad check fee under certain conditions, use of database by licensees required, Secs. 5-18A-2, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13 am'd.
SB391
Aggravated theft of property, crime of created, limitations specified, Sec. 13A-8-2.1 added; Secs. 13A-8-3-, 15-3-1 am'd.
SB389
Code of Ethics, definition of principal expanded, lobbyist required to identify principals that stand to benefit from lobbyist activities, Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-18 am'd.
SB359
Attorney General's Litigation Support Fund, limitation on deposits removed, detailed reporting required, Sec. 36-15-4.2 am'd.
SB358
Courts, circuit clerk reports to Administrative Office of Courts on quarterly basis on court cost, fees, etc., reports forwarded to Legislature and State Budget Office
SB345
Virtual Public Schools Act, local boards of education may provide alternative choice for education via the Internet
SB334
Tobacco Master Settlement agreement, deposit of funds into escrow, certain cigarette sales included, tobacco importers liable for escrow deposit obligations under certain conditions, seizure and forfeiture of cigarettes under certain conditions, permitting and bond requirements, Secs. 6-12-2, 6-12-3, 6-12A-2, 6-12A-3, 6-12A-5 am'd.
SB333
Controlled substances, Schedule I, additional synthetic controlled substances and analogue substances included in, trafficking in controlled substance analogues, requisite weight increased, Secs. 13A-12-231, 20-2-23 am'd.
SB332
Forfeitures, Comprehensive Criminal Proceeds Forfeiture Act, seizure and forfeiture of property and proceeds related to certain criminal offenses further provided for, disposal of forfeited property, interests of owners and lienholders in property provided for, abandoned property
SB320
Wrongful death, federal agency or other entity that is immune from liability for punitive damages is liable for compensatory damages, Sec. 6-5-410 am'd.
SB317
Statewide 911 Board, additional members, 911 charges per account limited, application to digital transmission links, clarified, Secs. 11-98-1, 11-98-4.1, 11-98-5 am'd.
SB313
Employment regulation, counties, municipalities, or other political subdivision may not require employers to grant vacation or other leave to employees
SB298
Charitable food donation, immunity for expanded to include foods prepared by a restaurant or food service establishment, Sec. 20-1-6 am'd.
SB297
Sex offenders, convicted of crime with a minor, prohibited within 500 feet of public school K-12 property during instructional hours, Class C felony, Sec. 15-20A-17 am'd.
SB281
Revenue Dept., Office of Debt Recovery created, collection of debt of political subdivisions, electronic debt registry, Debt Recovery Fund created
SB269
State Employee Insurance Board, election of state employee representatives by full-time state employees, Sec. 36-29-2 am'd.
SB235
Voter registration, deadline of 14 days before an election set, exception for counties 600,000 or more deleted, printing of voter list provided for, Sec. 17-3-50, 17-4-2 am'd.
SB225
Voter registration, board of registrars, prohibited time of registering any person as a qualified elector extended from 10 to 17 days prior to election, probate judge required to print voter list within 10 days of an election, Sec. 17-3-50, 17-4-2 am'd.
SB222
Legislature, members, required to be tested if reasonable suspicion person might be using controlled substances, Section 47 (Section 47, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB216
Appropriations, supplemental for fiscal year ending September 2014, transfer of funds from certain funds, transfer of funds from Attorney General to Office of Prosecution Services and use of funds from National Mortgage Settlement further provided
SB200
Article V Convention, appointment of delegates by the Legislature, qualifications, recall, oath
SB199
Article V Convention, appointment of delegates to represent Alabama by Legislature, qualifications, duties, criminal penalty for exceeding scope of appointment
SB198
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
SB197
Athens State University, president included on Council of Presidents, university is 4-year institution for purposes of tuition and distance learning, code commissioner authorized to insert appropriate language regarding university in code, Secs. 16-5-5, 16-64-4, 16-64-5 am'd.
SB196
Drivers' licenses, autism spectrum disorder, persons with autism spectrum disorder to have "ASD" displayed on driver's license
SB194
Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, reduce appeal time, Fair Justice Act
SB193
Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.
SB173
Government disclosure of certain information regarding purchase of property by state or local government
SB161
Public works, Fair and Open Competition in Governmental Construction Act, public agencies prohibited from entering contracts and making certain awards based on collective bargaining agreements, certain terms prohibited in certain documents, exemptions
SB153
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
SB123
Insurance, health, Alabama Health Insurance Plan, authorized to cease operation, transfer of funds to State General Fund, Sec. 27-52-1 am'd.
SB122
Taxation, limited state income tax credit for qualified research expenses under certain conditions
SB121
Patents, asserting claims of infringment of in bad faith prohibited, Attorney General authorized to investigate and initiate enforcement actions, targets of bad faith assertions authorized to initiate action for certain damages, filing of bond under certain conditions
SB120
Employees' Retirement System and Teachers' Retirement System, part-time service by retirees as independent contractors authorized, written notice to system required, Secs. 16-25-26, 36-27-8.2 am'd.
SB119
State parks, bond issue, park with hotel facility or golf course, exempt from requirement that facilities be operated exclusively by Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Amendment 617, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd., const. amend.
SB118
Education, gifted or talented children, start-up grants for educational programs provided by State Department of Education if funds are available
SB117
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, fourth conviction, mandatory minimum jail time increased, prior convictions, five-year limitation deleted and convictions from other states included, driving without a license from conviction, penalty for fourth offense, penalty increased, Secs. 32-5A-191, 32-6-19 am'd.
SB116
Public assistance benefits, purchase of alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, and lottery tickets with, prohibited, use of benefit funds in certain establishments prohibited, penalties for violations, Human Resources Department required to perform monthly matches to determine eligibility regarding incarceration or whether recipient is deceased
SB115
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), applicants for required to apply for at least three positions of unsubsidized employment, ineligibility under certain conditions, Secs.38-4-2, 38-4-4, 38-11A-2 am'd.
SB114
Public assistance, fraud in obtaining, crime established, penalties, theft of services, knowledge requirement deleted, Sec. 40-18-100 am'd.
SB113
Circuit and district courts, required to accept credit cards, charge cards, and debit cards for payment, fees authorized, Sec. 12-19-290 am'd.
SB112
Jury trials, six member juries authorized in certain criminal proceedings and certain civil cases in which the amount in controversy does not exceed $50,000, Sec. 12-16-100, 12-16-101, 12-16-140 am'd.
SB111
Traffic schools, uniform requirements, oversight and approval by Administrative Office of Courts
SB63
Human Resources Department, public assistance, drug testing for applicants and recipients required upon reasonable suspicion, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement, rulemaking authority
SB62
Fair Ballot Commission created, membership and terms provided for, require Secretary of State provide explanation of measures and post on website, Alabama Informed Voter Act created
SB61
Business and Nonprofit Entities Code, merger and conversion provisions revised, Secs. 10A-1-4.02, 10A-1-8.01, 10A-1-8.02, 10A-1-8.04 am'd.
SB60
Transportation Infrastructure Bank, established, members, powers, duties, terms, sources for capitalization, liability of bank, procedures for issuance of loans and financial assistance for qualified projects, annual report to Governor and Legislature, audit, Transportation Infrastructure Bank Act
SB59
Finance Department, Division of Purchasing, authorized to purchase personal property from vendors not on statewide contract under certain conditions, exemption, Sec. 41-4-110 am'd.
SB58
Alabama Open Meetings Act, members of governmental bodies may participate in meetings and deliberation electronically
SB44
Securities Commission, exemption to Secs. 8-6-3 to 8-6-9, inclusive, limited to offerings of securities conducted in state to residents of the state only, new parameters for the investments established, Sec. 8-6-11 am'd.
SB24
Municipalities with population less than 19,000, auth. to enforce speed limits on interstate highways, provision repealed, Sec. 32-5A-171 am'd.
SB20
Environment, Alabama Drought Assessment and Planning Team established, power and duties, the Monitoring and Impacts Group Subcommittee established, membership, duties, responsibilities
SB19
Competitive bids, contracts for public works, sealed bids, error in publication does not prevent contract from being bid if authority shows proof of submission of advertisement, Sec. 39-2-2, 41-16-24, 41-16-54 am'd.
SB18
Schools, allow school district to educate students about traditional winter celebrations and offer traditional greetings
SB16
State agencies, Sunset bills, omnibus bill for agencies continued without modification, Sec. 41-20-11 am'd.

SB477
Morgan Co., sex offenders, residency, prohibited within 100 yards of another sex offender, civil penalties against landlord
SB450
Public authorities, contracts for public works, sealed bids, error in publication does not prevent contract from being bid if authority shows proof of submission of advertisement, Sec. 39-2-2 am'd.
SB442
Income tax, deductions, married persons filing seperate income tax returns, allows either spouse to file either itemized deduction or optional standard deduction, Sec. 40-18-15 am'd.
SB426
Foundation for Local Schools, dissolved and monies disbursed to local schools and trust accounts, Secs. 16-26C-1 to 16-26C-13 repealed
SB416
Controlled substances, additional penalties for convictions of, addition drug-related crimes included, driver's license suspension required for additional convictions for drug-related convictions, Secs. 13A-12-281, 13A-12-291 am'd.
SB379
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, out-of-state colleges and universities, legislative oversight committee authorized to approve applications, Secs. 32-6-67, 32-6-68 am'd.
SB375
District Attorneys and circuit clerks, retirement system, Legislature authorized to provide, const. amend.
SB374
District attorneys and circuit clerks, elected court officials retirement plan established in Judicial Retirement System, preretirement death benefit applicable to, contingent on const. amend., Sec. 36-27B-1 am'd.
SB373
Drivers' licenses, autism spectrum disorder, persons with autism spectrum disorder to have "ASD" displayed on driver's license
SB372
Government disclosure of certain information regarding purchase of property by state or local government
SB362
Sex Offenders, registration and community notification, technical revisions and citations update various sections, petition for relief from employment, residency living restriction, civil division of circuit courts, absconding without registering, penalty, Secs. 12-15-107, 12-15-116, 13A-5-2, 13A-5-6, 14-9-41, 15-18-8, 15-19-7, 15-20A-4 to 15-20A-7, incl., 15-20A-9, 15-20A-11, 15-20A-14, 15-20A-16, 15-20A-18, 15-20A-21 to 15-20A-26, incl., 15-20A-28, 15-20A-29, 15-20A-32, 15-20A-34, 15-20A-35, 15-20A-37, 15-20A-39, 15-20A-40, 15-20A-43, 15-20A-45, 15-20A-46, 15-22-27.3, 32-6-49.24, 36-18-24, 36-18-25, 38-13-2, 38-13-4
SB308
Elections, crime of paying for or accepting payment for a vote reclassified from Class C misdemeanor to Class C felony. Sec. 17-17-34 am'd.
SB306
Elections, absentee ballots, Sec. of State by emergency rule may permit first responders to vote absentee, expenses paid by state, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
SB295
Limestone Co., water usage, adoption of ordinances relating to authorized, Act 2008-76, 2008 Reg. Sess., repealed
SB288
Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2014, use of allocation pursuant to Section 41-15B-2.2 and this act, Finance Director to notify each agency of anticipated allocations, quarterly allocations required, appropriations conditional on tobacco revenues, Children First Trust Fund receipts for State Board of Education, transferred to State General Fund for fiscal year 2014
SB287
Tobacco master settlement, transfer of funds to State General Fund, portion appropriated to University of South Alabama
SB267
Military, military installations, Military Stability Fund established, funds to be expended upon submission and acceptance of necessary project plans, matching of local funds required, Alabama Job Creation and Military Stability Commission to award funds
SB266
Mental Health, substance abuse, counties and municipalities, drug rehabilitation homes to be approved by governing authority of municipality or county, Sec. 22-50-17 am'd.
SB264
Firearms, concealed pistol permits, lifetime permit authorized, fees for issuance, Secs. 11-45-1.1, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-59 repealed; Secs. 11-80-11, 13A-11-7, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-75, 13A-11-85 am'd.
SB258
Children and incapacitated persons, day care providers, leaving child unattended in a motor vehicle prohibited, criminal penalties, Amiyah White Act
SB226
Taxation, only Alabama Legislature may levy an occupational tax in a Class 3, 4, and 5 municipality
SB222
Industrial Development and Training Institute, transfer from Postsecondary Education Department to Commerce Department, funding from Education Trust Fund, confidentiality of project information, Secs. 41-9-1080 to 41-9-1086, inclusive, added
SB217
Business license tax, rental of residential real estate tax, not to be on a per unit basis, const. amend.
SB208
Environment, Alabama Drought Assessment and Planning Team established, power and duties, the Monitoring and Impacts Group Subcommittee established, membership, duties, responsibilities
SB204
Agriculture, irrigation equipment, income tax credit for installation of, qualified reservoir defined, carry forward and pass through of tax credits, further provided for, shareholders authorized to claim pro rata share of tax credit, Sec. 40-18-342 am'd.
SB196
State parks, bond issue, park with hotel facility or golf course, exempt from requirement that facilities be operated exclusively by Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Amendment 617, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd., const. amend.
SB191
Human Resources Department, public assistance, drug testing for applicants and recipients required upon reasonable suspicion, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement, rulemaking authority
SB188
Mortgage, limitation on recording mortgages, Sec. 35-4-51 am'd.
SB183
Alabama False Claims Act, treble damages for persons filing false claims with the state, role of Attorney General, and individuals in qui tam cases provided for, retaliatory actions by employers prohibited, limitation of actions
SB172
Private Investigation Board, established, licensing and regulation of private investigators, members, terms, powers, vacancies, subject to Administrative Procedure Act, civil and criminal penalties, Private Investigators Licensing and Regulatory Act
SB170
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, fourth conviction, mandatory minimum jail time increased, prior convictions, five-year limitation deleted and convictions from other states included, driving without a license from conviction, penalty for fourth offense, penalty increased, Secs. 32-5A-191, 32-6-19 am'd.
SB166
Teachers, educational support personnel, and other certified educational employees and student teachers, professional liability insurance, Education Department and Finance Department to purchase or provide by July 1, 2013, rules authorized, Teacher and Education Employee Protection Act
SB152
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
SB146
State employees, execution of personal service contract with relative prohibited, nepotism within state agencies prohibited under certain conditions, exceptions, Sec. 41-1-5 am'd.
SB145
Judges of Probate, judicial retirement, contributions by counties for the employer's share, Secs. 12-18-1, 12-18-3, 12-18-82 am'd.
SB143
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
SB142
County or municipal, authorities, lease of property to United States authorized, expenditure of funds to promote federal facilities authorized, Sec.11-101A-8 am'd
SB122
Joint Committee on Legislative Operations, Senate Committee on Senate Operations, House Committee on House Operations created, authorized to employ personnel of Legislative Reference Service, Legislative Fiscal Office, Examiners of Public Accounts, and House of Representatives and Senate, other administrative functions assigned, Legislative Council, Joint Fiscal Committee, Legislative Committee on Public Accounts, Legislative Building Authority, abolished, Secs. 8-6-53, 8-19C-3, 9-11-68, 9-11-69, 11-100-4, 16-5-8.3, 16-6B-11, 17-11-42, 29-1-22, 29-1-24, 29-2-52, 29-2-200, 29-2-201, 29-4-20, 29-4-22, 29-4-25, 29-4-30, 29-4-32, 29-4-35, 29-4-40, 29-4-42, 29-5-2, 29-5-3, 29-5-4, 29-5-13, 29-7-2, 29-7-4, 29-7-6, 29-7-10, 29-8-1, 29-8-2, 29-8-3, 29-8-4, 29-8-5, 30-3-8, 33-2-185, 34-14B-5, 36-7-24, 36-7-25, 36-13-30, 36-25-4.2, 38-7A-4, 40-2-9, 40-23-203, 41-5-3, 41-5-6, 41-5-9, 41-9-374, 41-9-715, 41-10-44.5, 41-16-27, 41-16-82, 41-19-3, 41-19-3.1, 41-20-4, 41-21-4, 41-21-7, 41-22-3, 41-22-22, 41-22-23, 41-22-24 am'd.; Secs. 29-2-50, 29-2-51, 29-6-1 to 29-6-7, inclusive, 29-7-5, 41-5-18, 41-15-19 repealed
SB109
Voter registration list, notification to persons purged from voter registration list for conviction of crime by U.S. mail rather than certified mail, Sec. 17-4-3 am'd.
SB107
Transportation Infrastructure Bank, established, members, powers, duties, terms, sources for capitalization, liability of bank, procedures for issuance of loans and financial assistance for qualified projects, annual report to Governor and Legislature, audit, Transportation Infrastructure Bank Act
SB106
Prisoner Litigation Reform Act, created, administrative remedies for certain claims for prisoners required to be exhausted prior to filing suit, procedures adopted by the Department of Corrections, repayment of certain costs when proceeding in forma pauperis, maintenance of certain records required, resolution of certain prison condition claims by three-judge panel
SB105
Public assistance, fraud in obtaining, crime established, penalties, theft of services, knowledge requirement deleted, Sec. 13A-8-10 am'd.
SB104
Legislative immunity, constitutional provision regarding privilege from arrest, eliminated, Section 56, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, (Section 56, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB103
Child support, payments pursuant to withholding orders, ability to make to clerk of court deleted, employers required to notify Department of Human Resources of payments greater then $500, Secs. 30-3-61, 30-3-62, 30-3-65, 30-3-66 am'd.
SB102
Alabama Open Meetings Act, members of governmental bodies may participate in meetings and deliberation electronically
SB101
Early Graduation Scholarship Program and Fund, established to provide grants to students who graduate from high school early, Foundation Program to provide funds, duties to Education Department and Commission on Higher Education
SB100
General Fund, authorizing tranfers of certain funds from certain agencies beginning with the fiscal year ending September 30, 2014
SB97
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
SB96
Economic Development, tax increment districts, municipalities authorized to form, Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone Act for certain manufacturing purposes, improvements funded through tax increment financing, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-8 am'd.
SB68
Fair Ballot Commission created, membership and terms provided for, require Secretary of State provide explanation of measures and post on website, Alabama Informed Voter Act created
SB54
Local Control School Flexibility Act of 2013, provides for creation of innovative K-12 schools, flexibility contracts between local boards of education and the State Board of Education, and authorize State Board of Education to promulgate rules
SB48
Public Safety, Secretary of Public Safety created; Public Safety Fund created, certain investigative and law enforcement function of various state entities consolidated, Department of Public Safety reorganized, Homeland Security Department eliminated, uniform changes by Code Commissioner required
SB41
Right to work, policy declared, cause of action declared, const. amend.
SB13
Alabama Trust Fund, transfer of funds to State General Fund pursuant to const. amend., repayment required within certain timeframe, appropriation, People's Trust Act
SB7
Public Benefits, purchase of alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, and lottery tickets with benefit funds prohibited, use of public funds in retail stores selling primarily alcoholic beverages, casinos and certain adult-oriented entertainment establishments prohibited, penalties for violations
SB6
Legislative costs, appropriation made for unexpended funds, required appropriation repealed, Sec. 29-1-22, repealed

SB576
Taxation, one year income tax deduction for Medicaid providers authorized contingent upon rule change by Alabama Medicaid Agency
SB535
Counties required to pay cost of services provided by Department of Forensic Sciences
SB525
Elections, party registration required in primary elections, Secretary of State maintain voters affiliation on voter registration form
SB519
Taxation, ad valorem for old age pension of needy Confederate soldiers, one-third redesignated to First White House of the Confederacy for operating expense, appropriation, Sec. 40-8-3 am'd
SB503
Madison Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes increased by Sec. 40-28-2, Code of Alabama 1975, portion of increases distrib. to county legislative delegation office, Act 80-277, 1980 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB499
Athens State University, removed from under purview of State Board of Education and State Department of Postsecondary Education, board of trustees created, powers provided, president appointment, nomination committee, police officers, Sec. 16-60-110 am'd
SB497
Elections, campaign finance reporting, eliminate duplicate and multiple filings, provide full month and weeks reporting periods, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd
SB493
Right to Body Data Privacy Act, unlawful to deny rights due individual for refusal to disclose certain personal data, exceptions, civil sanctions
SB489
State Government, audits by Examiners of Public Accounts, payment for audit by agency board, or department being audited, cost set by department, Secs. 41-5-14, 41-5-24 am'd
SB470
Economic Development, tax increment district, Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone authorized in Class 3 municipalities, development of distressed areas, tax credit required, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-8, 11-99-10 am'd
SB455
Uniform Parentage Act, assisted reproduction, spouse of married man or woman regarding to consent to donation of sperm or eggs, Sec. 26-17-704 am'd
SB450
Labor, merger of Department of Industrial Relations and Department of Labor, Secs. 25-2-1, 25-2-2, 25-2-6, 25-2-7 am'd; Secs. 25-3-1, 25-3-2, 25-3-3, 25-5-4, 25-5-5 repealed
SB439
Motor Vehicles, license plates, number of years a license plate design would be valid prescribed by Commissioner of Revenue, Sec. 32-6-62 am'd
SB411
Limestone Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, additional payments in-lieu-of-taxes, distrib. further provided for, Act 79-501, 1979 Reg. Sess. am'd. (2010-20886)
SB397
Children, day care providers, leaving child unattended in a motor vehicle unless supervised by person of certain age prohibited, penalties determined by first, second, or subsequent conviction and whether child is injured or fatally injured, Amiyah White Unattended Children in Motor Vehicle Safety Act
SB396
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, from various funds to various state agencies, departments, boards, etc., certain appropriations to Corrections Department reduced, certain unexpended line-item appropriations deleted
SB393
Taxation, exempt certain military personnel from income tax, Jason Barfield Act
SB388
Retirement, Teachers (TRS) and State Employees (ERS), new defined benefit plan for persons entering TRS and ERS on or after January 1, 2013; contributions, minimum retirement ages, and benefits provided, Secs. 16-25-1, 16-25-3, 16-25-11.1, 16-25-14, 16-25-21, 36-26-36.1, 36-27-1, 36-27-4, 36-27-16, 36-27-24, 36-27-59 am'd
SB368
Income tax credit for qualified research and development expenses for financial institutions and businesses, including owners of pass-through businesses, authorized, Secs. 40-18-280, 40-18-281 added; Sec. 40-16-8 am'd.
SB365
Alabama School Flexibility Act of 2012, established to allow local board of education to apply for programmatic or budgetary flexibility from state law and State Board of Education rules
SB348
Alabama Foreign-Country Money Judgments Recognition Act, to provide a statutory method whereby Alabama courts legally recognize foreign judgments
SB347
Mortgages, Alabama Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, provides for timely payoff statements and timely recording of mortgage satisfaction, Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30 am'd
SB339
Highway Authority, issuance of $650 million in revenue bonds for highways, roads, and bridges, Public Road and Bridge Construction Council created, duties to Transportation Department
SB332
Retirement Systems of Alabama, employees retired from Employees', Teachers', or Judicial Retirement Systems, earnings cap upon return to work for a participating employer, Secs. 12-18-10, 16-25-26, 29-4-5, 29-4-6, 36-27-8.2 am'd
SB326
Volunteer fire departments or rescue squads, state, counties, municipalities, donation of property, disposal after donation further provided for, Sec. 9-3-18 am'd.
SB286
Counties and municipalities issuing business licenses required to obtain certain information and electronically transmit to Revenue Department to be cross checked with sales tax records to verify payment of sales tax
SB273
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, veterans, Purple Heart and Medal of Honor recipients and former prisoners of war, and surviving spouses, additional tags without payment of license tax or registration fee, including ad valorem tax, authorized, Sec. 32-6-250 am'd.
SB263
Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, emergency contracts treatment, Secs. 29-2-41.1, 41-16-72 am'd.; Act 2011-577, 2011 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB258
Health Care Compact established, consent of U. S. Congress secured for return of authority to member states to regulate health care, Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission established, membership, duties, terms, funding
SB257
Public schools, grades K to 12, classroom supplies, appropriation out of Education Trust Fund, State Superintendent of Education to promulgate rules re
SB252
Income tax deductions, carry forward capital loss for three years, Sec. 40-18-15 am'd.
SB251
Trusts, Principal and Income Act, Uniform Law, amend to update, distribution of trusts further provided for, Sec. 19-3A-409, 19-3A-505 am'd; Sec. 19-3A-607 added
SB245
Public School and College Authorities, change baseline date, increase average salary, allow schools affected by closure of bases to receive proceeds from the authority, Secs. 16-16A-2, 16-16A-7, 16-16A-8 am'd
SB236
Counties, planning commissions, subdivisions in extraterritorial jurisdiction of municipal planning commission, regulated under certain conditions, agreements with municipalities authorized, plats, approval by county engineer further provided for, Secs. 11-52-1, 11-52-30, 11-52-31, 11-52-32, 11-52-33 am'd.; Secs. 11-24-5, 11-52-36 repealed
SB234
County or municipality, authorities, lease of property to United States, powers of authority expanded, expenditure of funds to promote federal facilities authorized, Sec.11-101A-8 am'd
SB224
Campaign statements and reports, filing procedures for candidates in Municipal Election where municipality lies in more than one county, file in county where city hall is located, Sec. 17-5-9 am'd
SB221
Limestone County (39th Judicial Circuit), pretrial diversion program, district attorney authorized to establish
SB216
Deed recording, judge of probate, person must present proof of actual purchase price, Sec. 40-22-1 am'd (2012-20320)
SB214
Employees' Retirement System, Teachers' Retirement System, or Judicial Retirement Fund, certain active or retired members, forfeiture of employer-paid portion and interest thereon of retirement benefits upon conviction of certain felony offenses, immunity from civil or criminal liability for retirement systems officers and employees for certain actions taken
SB213
Employees' Retirement System, Teachers' Retirement System, or Judicial Retirement Fund, certain active or retired members, forfeiture of employer-paid portion and interest thereon of retirement benefits upon conviction of certain felony offenses, immunity from civil or criminal liability for retirement systems officers and employees for certain actions taken (2012-20156)
SB209
Alabama Prisoner Litigation Reform Act established, Montgomery County Circuit Court exclusive jurisdiction for all prisoners action, court guidelines established (2012-20522)
SB208
Controlled substances, Schedule I, cathinone compounds, synthetic cannabinoid, controlled analog substances, included and subject to regulation and penalties, penalties for trafficking in controlled analog substances, Sec. 13A-12-214.1, 13A-12-231, 20-2-23, am'd (2012-20047)
SB207
Marijuana (sic), synthetic cannabinoid, certain additional chemical compounds prohibited, Sec. 13A-12-214.1 am'd.
SB205
Municipal public housing authorities in certain Class 3 municipalities, purchase of real property authorized only for public housing purposes after notice to certain surrounding property owners, power of eminent domain removed, Secs. 24-1-28 am'd.
SB204
Legislature, compensation, expense allowance authorized by Act 2007-75, legislator may refuse, funds distributed to local boards of education of legislator for school supplies
SB182
Department of Corrections, correctional officers carrying firearms when supervising inmates on work squads outside of secured facility
SB167
Data processing centers locating in Alabama, certain ad valorem tax and construction related transaction tax abatements authorized, requirements, Data Processing Center Economic Incentive Enhancement Act, Secs. 40-9B-3, 40-9B-4, 40-18-193 am'd.
SB161
Human trafficking, penalties enhanced for subsequent convictions, sex offenders required to disclose Internet service providers, additional fines authorized for persons convicted of human trafficking, Act 2011-640, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd; Secs. 13A-6-152, 13A-6-153, 15-20A-7 am'd
SB154
State employees and education employees, patent proceeds to be shared with state agency or education institution, distrib. of proceeds to State General Fund or Education Trust Fund
SB153
Taxation, income tax credit for purchase and installation of irrigation systems, water wells and reservoirs by agricultural entities
SB152
Public assistance, fraud in obtaining, crime established, penalties, theft of services, knowledge requirement deleted, Sec. 13A-8-10 am'd.
SB151
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, fourth conviction, mandatory minimum jail time increased, prior convictions, five-year limitation deleted and convictions from other states included, driving without a license from conviction, penalty for fourth offense, penalty increased, Secs. 32-5A-191, 32-6-19 am'd.; Act 2011-613, 2011 Reg. Sess.; Act 2011-621, 2011 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB150
Transportation Infrastructure Bank, established, members, powers, duties, terms, sources for capitalization, liability of bank, procedures for issuance of loansand financial assistance for qualified projects, annual report to Governor and Legislature, audit, Transportation Infrastructure Bank Act
SB149
Elections, campaign finance reports include occupation and name of the employer of the contributor, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd
SB148
Criminal surveillance, enhanced criminal penalties for surveillance for purpose of sexual arousal or gratification, crime of aggravated criminal surveillance created
SB147
Alabama Trust Fund, unrealized capital gains, oil and gas capital payments received during fiscal year, excluded from the calculation, clarified, realized gains from a public exchange traded equity asset, purchased and sold in same fiscal year, calculation method established, Amendment 666 (Section 219.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB146
Legislative immunity, constitutional provision regarding privilege from arrest, eliminated, Section 56, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, (Section 56, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB145
State, county, or municipal building, road, bridge, project, or program may not be named for an individual currently serving in an elected office
SB144
Motor vehicles, text messaging or operating a handheld wireless telecommunication device while operating a motor vehicle on public street, road, or highway prohibited, penalties, law enforcement agencies to report statistical information to Public Safety Department
SB143
Supplemental appropriations from Education Trust Fund to Education Department for teachers certified by National Board of Professional Teaching Standards
SB142
Occupational tax, levy by county or municipality, prohibited, const. amend.
SB77
Workers' compensation, use of pain complaint evidence limited, employer liability for permanent total disability benefits after employee reaches age 65 limited, certain maximum weekly compensation increased, prompt medical attention required for benefits, weighing of evidence before reversal of findings of fact required, Secs. 25-5-57, 25-5-68, 25-5-77, 25-5-81 am'd.
SB65
Children, failure to report a missing child in the first degree, second degree, and in the third degree, failure to report the death of a child, false reporting to law enforcement authorities, crimes of established, Caylee's Law, Sec. 13A-10-9 am'd.
SB63
Corrections Department, prison industries, sale of products further provided for, operation of joint venture with private businesses, authorized, Secs. 14-7-7, 14-7-22 am'd.
SB61
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
SB60
Criminal history background checks, Human Resources Department and Public Safety Department, duties clarified, transmission of criminal history reports via FBI-certified channeler, suitability determinations, types considered for reversal, clarified, Secs. 38-13-2, 38-13-3, 38-13-4, 38-13-7 am'd.
SB59
Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, emergency contracts treatment, Secs. 29-2-41.1, 41-16-72 am'd.; Act 2011-577, 2011 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB58
Alabama Law Institute, funding, authorized to receive funds from governmental and other sources, appropriation for use for Law Institute purposes, Sec. 29-8-6 added
SB48
Income tax credit for qualifying projects or new or expanding businesses creating new jobs, tax credits claimed authorized to be carried over up to four tax years, Sec. 40-18-194 am'd.
SB30
State Comptroller, establishment and maintenance of statewide database for bids or proposals for public contracts, required, database accessible through Internet (2012-20039)
SB29
Municipal public housing authorities, exercise of power of eminent domain with approval of municipal council, Sec. 24-1-28 am'd.

SB12
Use taxes, remote use taxes collected, proceeds redistributed to State General Fund, and various entities, Secs. 40-23-60, 40-23-85, 40-23-174 am'd.; Sec. 40-23-150 repealed
SB11
Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, 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
SB9
Transportation Infrastructure Bank, established, members, powers, duties, terms, sources for capitalization, liability of bank, procedures for issuance of loansand financial assistance for qualified projects, annual report to Governor and Legislature, audit, Transportation Infrastructure Bank Act
SB8
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
SB7
Economic Development, tax increment district, Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone authorized in municipalities, development of distressed areas, tax credit required, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-8, 11-99-10 am'd
SB6
County or municipality, authorities, lease of property to United States, powers of authority expanded, expenditure of funds to promote federal facilities authorized, Sec.11-101A-8 am'd

SB515
Taxation, one year income tax deduction for Medicaid providers authorized contingent upon rule change by Alabama Medicaid Agency
SB501
Alabama Law Institute, funding, authorized to receive funds from governmental and other sources, appropriation for use for Law Institute purposes, Sec. 29-8-6 added
SB493
Tornado Recovery Tax Incentive Protection Act, grants and extensions of tax incentives and abatements for properties damaged or destroyed by April 2011 tornadoes, protected
SB476
Forever Wild Land Trust, payments to extended for certain number of years, const. amend.
SB458
Elevator Safety Review Board, regulation of elevators and inspection of elevators in private residences, authority to place elevators out of service, local regulation preempted, Sec. 25-13-18 am'd.
SB456
Morgan Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes received pursuant to Act 2010-135, distrib. to Hartselle, Decatur, and Morgan County Boards of Education for the fiscal years 2012 and 2013
SB450
John L. Buskey Trust Fund Matching Act of 1993, providing for transfer of matching funds from Education Trust Fund and General Fund to the Penny Trust Fund for health care, repealed, Secs. 41-15A-10, 41-15A-11, 41-15A-12 repealed
SB386
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, minimum mandatory sentence, fourth or subsequent violation provided for, offenses considered when sentencing, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
SB385
Gun shows, business license tax levied on organizer not participants under certain conditions, Sec. 40-12-143 am'd.
SB380
Sexual misconduct, sexual contact in cases other than circumstances covered by sexual abuse or when consent is obtained by fraud, Sec. 13A-6-65 am'd.
SB379
Sodomy in the second degree, defendant guilty of offense only if defendant is two years older than victim, Sec. 13A-6-64 am'd.
SB373
Economic development, tax incentives authorized to certain companies and educational institutions for locating new or expanding business in state, or a retention project, capital investment and job requirements, Alabama Development Office and Revenue Department to recommend to Governor, Industrial Development Authority to approve project for incentive (2011-20540)
SB365
Alabama A & M University, board of trustees, nominating committee established, development of training program, at-large appointment may be from outside of Alabama, powers expanded, Secs. 16-49-20, 16-49-21, 16-49-23 am'd.; Sec. 16-49-25 repealed
SB343
Governor's Mansion Authority, established, members, duties, funding, employees, Governor's Mansion Advisory Board abolished, Secs. 41-9-530 to 41-9-532, inclusive, repealed
SB336
Children's Advocacy Programs, appropriation for Children's Advocacy Centers and Alabama Network of Children's Advocacy Centers, Inc., allocation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
SB331
Physical education, required in public school K-8, may include marching band, JROTC, or other specific activity, Sec. 16-40-1 am'd.
SB330
Physicians, licensed to practice medicine, who volunteers services with local Strategic Weapon and Assault Team (SWAT), immunity from civil liability
SB304
State, county, or municipal building, road, bridge, project, or program may not be named for an individual currently serving in an elected office
SB302
Corrections Department, prison industries, sale of products further provided for, operation of joint venture with private businesses, authorized, Secs. 14-7-7, 14-7-22 am'd.
SB295
Individual Development Account Program, established in Human Resources Department, created for individuals with low income
SB284
Electioneering communications and paid political advertising, disclosure of source of funding required, exceptions, contributions by political committees further provided for, Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-8, 17-5-12 am'd. (2011-20676)
SB276
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, penalties to include mandatory use of ignition interlock device under certain conditions, Forensic Sciences Department to approve devices, Public Safety Department to issue restricted driver's license, fee, provisions for indigent defendants, Sec. 32-5A-191.4 added; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
SB273
Alabama Trust Fund, unrealized capital gains, oil and gas capital payments received during fiscal year, excluded from the calculation, clarified, realized gains from a public exchange traded equity asset, purchased and sold in same fiscal year, calculation method established, Amendment 666 (Section 219.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB271
Public schools, K-12 instructional days, local board of education with approval of State Superintendent of Education authorized to make up cancelled instructional days by adjusting the hours of actual instruction, Sec. 16-13-231 am'd.
SB270
Children, subsidized adoption, subsidy payments provided for, termination of payments, annual reporting and hearing procedures, definitions, Secs. 26-10-22, 26-10-24, 26-10-25, 26-10-26, 26-10-29 am'd.
SB256
Illegal immigrants, presence, employment, and benefits regulated, concealing, or protecting illegal aliens, prohibited, verification of legal status, penalties, Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, Sec. 32-6-9 am'd. (2011-20575)
SB252
Transportation Department, Public Road and Bridge Fund, funds transferred from to Public Safety Department, use for operation of Public Safety Department, time period extended to fiscal years ending September 30, 2012, 2013, and 2014, funds for purchase of motor vehicles for traffic law enforcement may be expended effective October 1, 2014, Sec. 32-2-84 am'd.
SB251
Garrett Coliseum, appropriation to Agricultural Center Board for renovation, beginning fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, changed to year 2013, Sec. 2-6-12 am'd. (2011-20949)
SB242
Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, 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
SB240
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
SB239
Children First Trust Fund, receipts allocated for State Board of Education transferred to General Fund during fiscal year ending 2011
SB236
Governor and state agencies authorized to furlough state employees during times of economic distress, Sec. 36-26-26.1 added
SB235
Marijuana (sic), synthetic cannabinoids, certain additional chemical compounds prohibited, Sec. 13A-12-214.1 am'd.; Act 2010-717, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB217
Honor and Opportunity Probation with Enforcement (HOPE) programs, established as an offender supervision program to reduce probation violations, reports to Sentencing Commission, Honor and Opportunity Probation with Enforcement Act
SB212
Wrongful Death Act, venue by personal representative of deceased, in county where the suit could be filed if deceased were still living, Sec. 6-5-410 am'd. (2011-20341)
SB205
Revenue Department, motor vehicles, mandatory liability insurance, reinstatement fees, deposit of portion in State General Fund after administrative expenses, Sec. 32-7A-9 am'd.
SB196
Child custody, parenting plan required, requirements, shared parenting unless parent found not fit by court, appellate review, Children's Family Act, Sec. 30-3-158 added; Secs. 30-3-150 to 30-3-155, inclusive, 30-3-157 am'd.; Secs. 30-3-1, 30-3-2, repealed
SB173
Income tax credit authorized for employers creating jobs, under certain conditions, Full Employment Act, Secs. 40-18-270, 40-18-271, 40-18-272 repealed; Act 2010-557, 2010 Reg. Sess. repealed
SB172
Euthanasia of cats and dogs in animal shelters, gas chambers prohibited, delayed effective date, Beckham's Act, Sec. 34-29-131 am'd.
SB169
Counties, planning commissions, subdivisions in extraterritorial jurisdiction of municipal planning commission, regulated under certain conditions, agreements with municipalities authorized, plats, approval by county engineer further provided for, Secs. 11-52-1, 11-52-30, 11-52-31, 11-52-32, 11-52-33 am'd.; Secs. 11-24-5, 11-52-36 repealed
SB162
Corrections Department, appropriations from State General Fund in General Appropriations Act for 2010-2011 reduced, supplemental appropriations to Corrections Department from DOC Miscellaneous and Federal Funds (Bonus), Estimated, and from State General Fund to Medicaid Agency, Senior Services Department, Human Resources Department, Mental Health Department, Health Department, Rehabilitation Services Department, Youth Services Department, Pardons and Paroles Board, Ethics Commission, State Auditor, Military Department, Departmental Emergency Fund for fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, Act 2010-553, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB159
Income tax, qualifying employers and qualifying employees authorized tax deductions for 100 percent of amounts paid for health insurance premiums, Sec. 40-18-15.3 am'd.
SB156
Legislature, compensation, may not be increased during term of office, two-thirds or greater recorded vote by House and Senate on proposed bills increasing compensation, required, Section 68 (Section 68, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB152
Small businesses, expansion or construction of new commercial property, noneducational ad valorem tax exemption authorized for certain time period, reappraisal
SB137
Motor vehicles, liability insurance, verification prior to registration, online insurance verification system established, Revenue Department and law enforcement to electronically verify, Secs. 32-7A-9, 32-7A-10, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12, 32-7A-13, 32-7A-14, 32-7A-15, 32-7A-16, 32-7A-17, 32-7A-18, 32-7A-19, 32-7A-20, 32-7A-21, 32-7A-22, 32-7A-23, 32-7A-24, 32-7A-25, 32-7B-1, 32-7B-2, 32-7B-3, 32-7B-4, 32-7B-5, 32-7B-6 added; Secs. 32-7-19, 32-7-20, 32-7-22, 32-7-24, 32-7A-2, 32-7A-3, 32-7A-4, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-6, 32-7A-7, 32-7A-8 am'd.; Secs. 32-7A-9, 32-7A-10, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12, 32-7A-13, 32-7A-14, 32-7A-15, 32-7A-16, 32-7A-17, 32-7A-18, 32-7A-19, 32-7A-20, 32-7A-21, 32-7A-22 repealed and reenacted (2011-21169)
SB136
Elections, campaign finance disclosure reports, electronic filing, frequency increased, Section 527 organization filing requirements, filing of large contributions required, Secretary of State to establish and maintain electronic database, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd. (2011-21174)
SB135
Municipal public housing authorities in certain Class 3 municipalities, purchase of real property authorized only for public housing purposes after notice to certain surrounding property owners, Secs. 24-1-28 am'd.
SB134
Municipal public housing authorities, eminent domain power deleted, Sec. 24-1-28 am'd.
SB133
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
SB127
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
SB121
Education Trust Fund, appropriations in education budget act capped, Budget Stabilization Fund, Capital Fund, established, transfer of certain funds to Education Trust Fund Rainy Day Account, transfer of funds from Budget Stabilization Fund under certain conditions, Education Trust Fund Rolling Reserve Act, Sec. 40-1-32.1 repealed
SB120
Legislative immunity, constitutional provision regarding privilege from arrest, eliminated, Section 56, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, (Section 56, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB119
Drugs, Uniform Controlled Substances Act, forfeiture and sale of property used in illegal manufacture or sales, fire department and volunteer fire department authorized proceeds from distribution, Sec. 20-2-93 am'd.
SB118
Early Graduation Scholarship Program and Fund, established to provide grants to students who graduate from high school early, Foundation Program to provide funds, duties to Education Department and Commission on Higher Education
SB117
Controlled substances, Schedule I, cathinone compounds, included and subject to regulation and penalties, duties to State Board of Health
SB116
Work release programs, inmate earnings, forfeiture required when inmate escapes from work release, Secs. 14-8-6, 14-8-37 am'd.
SB115
Public assistance, fraudulent means to establish eligibility, prohibited, penalties
SB114
Public benefits, fraudulent misrepresentation of income, prohibited, theft of services, requirement that person committing the crime knew the services were available only for compensation, removed, Sec. 13A-8-10 am'd.
SB113
Corrections Department, prescription medication, unused, redispensing authorized under certain conditions
SB112
Poll taxes and segregation of schools by race, constitutional provisions regarding deleted, portions of Section 256 and Section 256 as amended by Amendment 111, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, (Section 256, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., Section 259, (Section 259, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), Amendment 90, and Amendment 109, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, repealed, const. amend.
SB111
Occupational tax, levy by county or municipality, prohibited, const. amend.
SB110
Motor vehicles, third or subsequent offense of driving under the influence while license or driving privilege is cancelled, suspended, or revoked, penalties increased, Sec. 32-6-19 am'd.
SB109
Food, defined in the Federal Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, WIC, counties and municipalities authorized to exempt local sales tax on
SB108
Employees' Retirement System, Teachers' Retirement System, or Judicial Retirement Fund, certain active or retired members, forfeiture of employer-paid portion and interest thereon of retirement benefits upon conviction of certain felony offenses, immunity from civil or criminal liability for retirement systems officers and employees for certain actions taken
SB102
Finance Department, Purchasing Division, establishment and maintenance of statewide database for bids or proposals for public contracts, required, database accessible through Internet
SB98
Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, emergency contracts treatment, Secs. 29-2-41.1, 41-16-72 am'd.
SB97
Children, day care providers, leaving child unattended in a motor vehicle unless supervised by person of certain age prohibited, penalties determined by first, second, or subsequent conviction and whether child is injured or fatally injured, Amiyah White Unattended Children in Motor Vehicle Safety Act
SB96
Elections, political campaigns, phone banks, fraudulent misrepresentation regarding candidates or committees prohibited, investigation and enforcement by Attorney General, penalties, Sec. 17-5-16 am'd.
SB89
Veterans, educational benefits, proof of eligibility, disabled veterans, spouses, and children, residency, benefits provided where veteran was not a resident of Alabama before entry in service in certain cases, Veterans' Affairs Department to develop criteria for awarding contingent on funding, Sec. 31-6-11 am'd.
SB86
Elections, photo identification required to register to vote, Secretary of State required to issue identification cards to persons without photo identification at no cost, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.; Act 2010-687, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB55
Elections, overseas absentee voting, Electronic Overseas Voting Advisory Committee, established to advise whether secure electronic means of voting available, duties of absentee election manager, overseas voter certificate required, Secretary of State to implement rules
SB54
Notaries public, distinction between county and at large removed, Secs. 36-20-70 to 36-20-75, inclusive, added; Secs. 36-20-1 to 36-20-11, inclusive, 36-20-30 to 36-20-32, inclusive, repealed
SB53
Infants and incompetents, power of attorney, Uniform Power of Attorney Act, Sec. 26-1A-101 to 26-1A-123, inclusive, 26-1A-201 to 26-1A-217, inclusive, 26-1A-301, 26-1A-302, 26-1A-401 to 26-1A-404, inclusive, added; Sec. 26-1-2 am'd.

SB575
Limestone Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, additional payments in-lieu-of-taxes, distrib. further provided for, Act 79-501, 1979 Reg. Sess. am'd. (2010-20886)
SB566
Controlled substances, Schedule I, salvia divinorum and Salvinorin A included, Sec. 20-2-23 am'd.
SB551
Morgan Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes received pursuant to Act 2010-135, distrib. to Hartselle, Decatur, and Morgan County Boards of Education for the fiscal years 2010 and 2011
SB549
Income tax refunds approved by Revenue Department, state Controller required to give priority to payment of refund over any other payment
SB543
Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center Commission and the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center, members, operation, powers, duties, fees, crime of misuse of ACJIC information established, Alabama Statistical Analysis Center established, background checks by licensing agencies, interstate exchange of criminal history information, ratification of compact, penalties, Secs. 41-9-590, 41-9-591, 41-9-592, 41-9-594, 41-9-597, 41-9-600, 41-9-601, 41-9-621, 41-9-622, 41-9-623, 41-9-630 am'd. (2010-20820)
SB539
Illegal aliens, illegal to hire, Industrial Relations Department reguired to verify employment eligibility of all employees through federal E-Verify program and to report to U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, penalties
SB526
Abortions, human embryonic stem cell research, human embryo cloning, euthanasia, or physician-assisted suicide, requirement to perform in private or denominational hospital by employees or physicians, prohibited, civil action for damages or reinstatement of employment
SB505
Legislative record, Secretary of the Senate to establish procedure to record and archive videos of session of Senate
SB499
Alzheimer's Disease Task Force, established to assess the current and future impact of Alzheimer's disease in Alabama, members, duties, Mental Health Department to provide administrative support, report of findings to Governor and Legislature, termination date
SB480
Kinship guardianships, kinship guardianship subsidy program, established, procedures for establishing kinship guardianships and legal authority of kinship guardians, Sec. 12-15-301, 12-15-314, 12-15-315, 38-12-2, 38-12-4 am'd.
SB459
Limestone Co., county commission, sales and use tax, use of proceeds to refinance bonds, authorized, Act 2001-557, 2001 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB449
Motor vehicles, motorcycles, distinctive license tags, established for Breast Cancer Research, personalized, additional fee, portion distrib. to Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama, duties to Revenue Department
SB442
Public School and College Authority, bonds, issuance for new school construction and renovation of existing school facilities in school systems directly impacted by 2005 Base Realignment and Closure, local school districts required to provide dollar for dollar match (2010-20875)
SB421
Businesses or public employers, reguired to verify legal status of new employees through federal E-verify program, penalties
SB419
Motor vehicles, liability insurance, verification prior to registration, online insurance verification system established, Revenue Department and law enforcement to electronically verify, Secs. 32-7A-9, 32-7A-10, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12, 32-7A-13, 32-7A-14, 32-7A-15, 32-7A-16, 32-7A-17, 32-7A-18, 32-7A-19, 32-7A-20, 32-7A-21, 32-7A-22, 32-7A-23, 32-7A-24, 32-7A-25, 2-7B-1, 32-7B-2, 32-7B-3, 32-7B-4, 32-7B-5, 32-7B-6 added; Secs. 32-7-19, 32-7-20, 32-7-22, 32-7-24, 32-7A-2, 32-7A-3, 32-7A-4, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-6, 32-7A-7, 32-7A-8 am'd.; Secs. 32-7A-9, 32-7A-10, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12, 32-7A-13, 32-7A-14, 32-7A-15, 32-7A-16, 32-7A-17, 32-7A-18, 32-7A-19, 32-7A-20, 32-7A-21, 32-7A-22 repealed and reenacted
SB418
Highways and other roads, Alabama Trust Fund, $100 million transferred annually in 2010 to 2019, inclusive, distrib. of portion after appropriation to Transportation Department, distrib. of portion to counties and municipalities for transportation purposes, const. amend.
SB406
Ethics law, substantially altered, statement of economic interests, categories revised, Ethics Commission, appointment and confirmation of members, complaints further provided for, definition of lobbying, family members of public employees, personal gain, confidential information, filing of electronic reports, mandatory ethics training, Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-3, 36-25-4, 36-25-5, 36-25-10, 36-25-14, 36-25-18, 36-25-19, 36-25-20 am'd.; Act 2009-225, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB390
Veterans, educational benefits, proof of eligibility, disabled veterans, residency, Veterans' Affairs Department to develop criteria for awarding contingent on funding, Sec. 31-6-11 am'd. (2010-20522)
SB389
Corrections Department, prescription medication, unused, redispensing authorized under certain conditions
SB388
Engineers and Land Surveyors, State Board of Licensure for Professional, licensure, graduation and experience qualifications, Sec. 34-11-4 am'd.
SB372
Human trafficking, crime established, coercion or deception to perform labor or certain sexual activities, prohibited, criminal penalties
SB371
Municipalities, Neighborhood Revitalization Authorities, establishment by homeowners and businesses authorized, to manage and coordinate financing for neighborhood projects, tax credits, Neighborhood Revitalization Act
SB369
Public records, access to records containing personal information, restricted, Sec. 30-3-194 am'd.
SB368
Employees' Retirement System, certain contributing members with 24 years of service authorized to purchase service credit in the system for one year of service
SB357
Criminal homicide, common law doctrine requiring death to occur within one year and a day abolished, Sec. 13A-3-4 added
SB341
Social Security number and birth date, person recording required and judge of probate authorized to redact, remove or make illegible on marriage licenses and public documents, Sec. 12-13-22 am'd.
SB317
Children, day care providers, leaving child unattended in a motor vehicle unless supervised by person of certain age prohibited, penalties determined by first, second, or subsequent conviction and whether child is injured or fatally injured, Amiyah White Unattended Children in Motor Vehicle Safety Act
SB312
Health Care Rights of Conscience Act, health care providers, institutions, and payers right to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, injunctive relief
SB301
Person, definition of for Code construction includes human being from moment of fertilization, Sec. 1-1-1 am'd.
SB299
Alabama Firefighters Annuity and Benefit Fund, established, voluntary participation established for paid and volunteer firefighters, board of commissioners to administer, funding through voluntary payments with ad valorem tax payments, investment of assets by Employees' Retirement System, qualified service, disability and death benefits, annual audits and reports, duties to Insurance Department
SB293
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
SB286
Law enforcement officers, assaults of while performing lawful duty, classified as assault in the second degree, to include off-duty officers employed by a private entity, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.
SB283
Counties and municipalities, development of blighted areas, tax increment districts, extended to enhanced use lease areas which are under-utilized areas on military base leased by secretary of a military department, taxes on incremental increase in value of development paid to finance development, Enhanced Use Lease Area Act, Secs. 40-9E-1, 40-9E-2 added; Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-10, 40-18-70 am'd.
SB280
Elections, photo identification required, Public Safety Department required to issue identification cards to persons without photo identification, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
SB276
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, for out-of-state colleges and universities, distrib. to Education Trust Fund for preventing and lowering rates of high school dropouts, Secs. 32-6-67, 32-6-68 am'd.
SB254
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, Forestry Commission and Firefighters' Personnel Standards and Education Commission required to prepare lists of persons eligible for, widow or widower of firefighter or volunteer firefighter who dies in line of duty authorized to receive free license tag, Sec. 32-6-272 am'd.
SB249
Morgan Co., source water protection areas provided for public water supply systems, storage and distribution facilities for hazardous material within certain distance of source water, prohibited, municipal permits, civil remedies
SB245
Commission on Higher Education, chiropractic scholarships, use of funds for certain advanced courses at colleges and universities in this state, Sec. 16-5-11 am'd.
SB213
Cellular phones, pocket pagers, and electronic communication devices, violations of school policy, local boards of education authorized to develop policy of confiscation, Sec. 16-1-27 am'd.
SB212
Food, counties and municipalities authorized to exempt local sales tax on
SB211
Motor vehicles, third or subsequent offense of driving under the influence while license is cancelled, suspended, or revoked, penalties increased, Sec. 32-6-19 am'd.
SB210
Elections, political candidates, campaign contributions and expenditures, failure to file final or annual campaign finance report, penalties, Sec. 17-17-35 am'd.
SB196
Motor vehicles, text messaging while operating a motor vehicle on public street, road, or highway prohibited, penalties
SB169
Hudson-Alpha Institute for Biotechnology, tax exemption, Sec. 40-9-34 reenacted, retroactive effect to October 1, 2008
SB131
Hartselle, board of education, election of members, qualifications, terms, compensation, chair, referendum
SB130
Secretary of State, required to post on website proposed statewide constitutional amendments and to provide a discussion platform with the capability to allow readers to offer comments in an interactive format
SB129
Occupational tax, levy by county or municipality, prohibited, const. amend.
SB128
Military leaves of absence, National Disaster Medical System, members granted military leaves of absence from civil duties and occupations under certain conditions, Sec. 31-2-13 am'd.
SB127
Volunteer firefighter and volunteer emergency medical service providers, subpoenaed as witness in civil action, per diem and mileage authorized under certain conditions
SB123
Municipal public housing authorities, eminent domain power deleted, purchase of property authorized only for public housing purposes, five-year plan and annual recommendations, submission to city council and county commission if authority serves part of county, public hearing and approval, Secs. 24-1-28, 24-1-43 am'd.
SB122
Morgan Co., occupational tax, levy prohibited, const. amend.
SB119
Professional and commercial licenses, state or political subdivisions of state prohibited from issuing or renewing license of person not lawfully and physically present in United States, confidentiality of verification documents
SB118
Guardianships and conservatorships, jurisdiction, transfer of proceedings to another state, enforcement of guardianship and protective orders from other states, Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act, Secs. 26-2B-101 to 26-2B-106, 26-2B-201 to 26-2B-210, 26-2B-301, 26-2B-302, 26-2B-401 to 26-2B-403, 26-2B-501 to 26-2B-503 added; Secs. 26-2A-31, 26-2A-109, 26-2A-131 am'd.
SB116
Campaign contributions, PAC to PAC transfers, prohibited, Campaign Finance Transparency Act, Secs. 17-5-7, 17-5-15 am'd.
SB115
Competitive bids, exemption granted to Legislature, certain colleges and universities, and Postsecondary Education Department for professional services, removed, Sec. 41-16-72 am'd.
SB114
Electioneering communications and paid political advertising, disclosure of source of funding required, exceptions, contributions by political committees further provided for, Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-8, 17-5-12 am'd.; Act 2009-751, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB113
State agencies, Internet database of state expenditures, Comptroller to include subcontracts and purchase orders, Act 2009-750, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.; Sec. 41-4-65 am'd.
SB112
Campaign finance disclosure reports, electronic filing authorized, Secs. 17-5-8, 17-5-9 am'd.; Act 2009-751, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB111
Campaign contributions, reports required to include occupation and employer of contributor, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.; Act 2009-751, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB110
Public officials and candidates and spouses of public officials and candidates, names and compensation of those who are employed by or have contracts with a municipality, a county, or the state, certain information regarding contracts required, public disclosure required, filing with Ethics Commission, Sec. 36-25-5.1 added
SB105
Transportation Department and county commissions authorized to designate safety zones in sections of highways with numerous accidents, posting of signs, penalties
SB104
Veterinary medicine, definitions, licensure and regulation further provided for, prohibited acts, authorized tasks for veterinary technicians and unlicensed assistants revised, Secs. 34-29-61, 34-29-76, 34-29-77, 34-29-94 am'd.
SB100
Library boards, county and municipal boards, additional members, terms, Sec. 11-90-2 am'd.
SB99
Limestone Co., occupational tax, levy prohibited, const. amend.
SB68
Aliens, illegal, transporting within this state, prohibited, penalties
SB67
Public benefits, persons age 19 or over required to prove lawful presence in United States to receive, exemptions, verification process, penalties
SB66
Alabama Development Office, economic incentives prohibited for employers employing illegal immigrants, Sec. 41-9-202.2 added
SB55
Morgan Co., occupational tax, levy prohibited, const. amend.

SB18
Campaign contributions, PAC to PAC transfers, prohibited, transfers between principal campaign committees prohibited, certain expenditures limited to $5,000, Campaign Finance Transparency Act, Secs. 17-5-7, 17-5-15 am'd.
SB14
Ethics Law, definitions, public officials and employees, acceptance of things of value regulated, lobbyists and principals, regulated, definitions, Ethics Commission to report to Legislature regarding other states' ethics laws, Sec. 36-25-5.5 added; Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-7 am'd. (2010-21261)
SB6
Governor, a member of Governor's family, or a member of the Governor's cabinet, prohibited from contracting, lobbying, and working for companies that contract or lobby with the Executive Branch for two years following departure from public service, Sec. 36-25-19 am'd.
SB5
Campaign finance disclosure reports, electronic filing required, Secretary of State to maintain electronic database, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.
SB4
Retirement, Employees' Retirement System or the Teachers' Retirement System, future participants, state-paid portion and interest on retirement forfeited upon felony conviction, Retirement Systems of Alabama granted civil and criminal immunity
SB3
Legislators, employment with other branch of state government or other state agencies, etc., including public education, during the time in office, prohibited, exceptions, liability for any violations, Attorney General to enforce, Legislative Double Dipping Prohibition Act (2010-21257)
SB2
Elections, public employees, payroll deductions, state and local governmental agencies, including school boards, prohibited from arranging for payments by payroll deduction to political action committees or dues for membership organizations that use funds for political activities, Sec. 17-17-5 am'd. (2010-21197)
SB1
Ethics Commission, members, appointment and confirmation, investigation of complaints, subpoena power, post-investigation referral and status reports, penalties, Secs. 36-25-3, 36-25-4, 36-25-27 am'd. (2010-21255)

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