Barbara Bigsby Boyd

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 32
Party: Democrat
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Birthday: January 31, 1937 86

Contact Information

Known contact information for Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Room 517-F
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0592
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL.

  • MA, Supervision and Curriculum Development, University of Alabama, 1976
  • BA, French/English, Miles College, Birmingham, 1960
  • EdD, Instructional Leadership and Reading, University of Alabama

Political Information

Known political history for Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 32, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 32, 1994-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL.

  • Instructor, Weaver Junior High and High Schools, 1970-1985
  • Instructor, Calhoun County Training School, 1962-1970
  • Instructor, JW Darden High School, 1960-1962
  • Associate Professor, College of Education, Miles College
  • Former Employee, Jacksonville State University
  • Former Employee, Gadsden State University

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL.

  • Former Member, Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Children First Trust Fund, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL.

  • Board Member, National Education Association, 1989-1995
  • Board Member, Alabama Education Association, 1984-1987
  • Member, New South Coalition
  • Member, Phi Delta Kappa, Jacksonville State University
  • Chair/Trustee Board/Director of Christian Education, Murray Temple Christian Methodist Member
  • Member, Alabama Council of Negro Women
  • Member, Kappa Delta Pi
  • Member, Alabama Democratic Conference, present
  • Member, Dorcas Art and Social Club
  • Member, Southern Christian Leadershp Conference, present
  • Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, present
  • Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Iota Mu Omega Chapter, present

Election History

Barbara Bigsby Boyd from Anniston, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Barbara Bigsby Boyd has sponsored.

HB182
Public education employees, including K-12, postsecondary education, and AIDB, salary increase

HB512
Monuments, Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2017, a county or municipality authorize to remove any monument located on public property for less than 50 years, a waiver required from Committee on Alabama Monument Protection before monument can be removed that has been situated for 50 years of more, Sec. 41-9-230 repealed; Secs. 41-9-231 to 41-9-237, inclusive, am'd.
HB488
Ad valorem tax on real property, senior property tax appraisal for persons age 70 or older on principal residence used for 10 years, appraisal value frozen on immediate prior year, exceptions, rules by Revenue Dept.
HB461
Employment wages, establishing minimum wage
HB442
State sales and use tax increased, phase-in period, sales and use tax on food phased out, exempt by 2007, counties and municipalities prohibited from increasing sales tax on food, Secs. 40-23-2, 40-23-61 am'd.
HB433
Voter registration, authorize registration same day as election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB432
Medicaid, expand program to provide assistane to state residents, provide appropriations for adequate funding
HB431
Medicaid, extend postpartum coverage for eligible pregnant women to one year after birth
HB397
Election ballots, straight political party ballots prohibited, constitutional amendment ballot measure, contents may not mislead description of, Secs. 17-6-36, 17-6-37. 17-6-38, 17-6-39 repealed; Secs. 17-6-35, 17-6-41, 17-7-21 am'd.
HB394
Criminal procedure, asset forfeiture for drug offenses provided, Alabama Criminal Forfeiture Process Act, Secs. 20-2-93 repealed
HB393
Talladega Co., sheriff, additional expense allowance and salary
HB320
State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2020.
HB286
Traffic stops, racial profiling by law enforcement officers, prohibited, written policies, forms for statistics, and reports to Attorney General required, provision for complaints, reporting and collection of data on injuries to officers, required

HB429
Taxation, Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama, exempt from sales, county and municipal fees and taxes
HB231
Calhoun Co., license commissioner, issuance fee, add'l on motor vehicle registration renewals

HB 32
Education, Kyle Graddy Act, administration of single dose autoinjectable epinephrine on K-12 school campuses by students and pursuant to anaphylaxis preparedness program provided, Secs. 16-1-39, 16-1-48 am'd

HB 484
Anniston, council-manager, city council, transfer of appropriations, Act 404, 1953 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-8A-23.176 am'd.
HB 356
Education, Kyle Graddy Act, administration of single dose autoinjectable epinephrine on K-12 school campuses by students and pursuant to anaphylaxis preparedness program provided, Secs. 16-1-39, 16-1-48 am'd
HR 462
Dye, Carolyn Harris, 70th birthday celebration, commended
HR 437
Dorcas Art and Social Club, Anniston Chapter, commended
HB 86
Municipalities, any municipality that was abolished by a law shall function as a municipality from the date of its initial organization
HR 173
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, AKA Day at the Capitol, recognized
HR 154
Calhoun, Vick Eugene, death mourned
HR 111
Stedham, W. Gene, death mourned

HB210
Pistol permits, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), creation of database for law enforcement, submission of info by sheriff
HB152
Competitive bid law for state and local agencies, purchase of electronic data bases of manuscripts, books, maps, pamphlets, or periodicals, exempt from, Sec. 41-16-51 am'd.
HB51
Pistol permits, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), creation of database for law enforcement, submission of info by sheriff
HB50
Law enforcement, allegations of excessive force, Ala. Criminal Justice Information System to collect data on, reports to legislative committees
HB16
Gaming, tribal compact for gaming, legislative ratification required, const. amend.
HB15
Resisting arrest, arrest only if perpetrator is concurrently arrested for a separate unrelated crime, Sec. 13A-10-41 am'd.

HB53
Class 5 municipalities, tax sale properties acquired from State Land Commissioner, expedited procedure to quiet title in lieu of procedures in Title 40, Chapter 10, Code of Alabama 1975

HB596
Taxation, certain foods exempt from sales and use tax annually at start of the season of Lent and ending last day of season
HB563
Anniston, employees of city, police and fire to remain under civil service, new employees and certain other employees made at-will employees, Act 404, 1953 Reg. Sess., Act 592, 1953 Reg. Sess., am'd.; Secs. 45-8A-22.01, 45-8A-22.02, 45-8A-22.03, 45-8A-22.08, 45-8A-22.09, 45-8A-22.10, 45-8A-22.11, 45-8A-22.12, 45-8A-22.13, 45-8A-23.091 am'd.
HB547
Contractors, public works contracts, timely payments, contractor required to timely pay a subcontractor for work completed, Sec. 8-29-3 am'd.
HB413
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
HB406
Title loan business, licensure and regulation of, charges concerning title loans, definitions, penalties, Alabama Title Loan Act
HB323
Elections, Legislative office, costs and expenses incurred for filling vacancies, Section 46 (Section 46, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended) am'd., const. amend.
HB320
Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center, approp.
HB317
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB315
Education Trust Funds, repeal Education Trust Fund Rolling Reserve Act, reenact Education Trust Fund Proration Account, Sec. 40-1-32.1 reenacted; Act 2011-3, 2011 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB314
Public education employees, salaries, increases of six percent in fiscal year 2014-2015, State Minimum Salary Schedule appropriate increases required; support employees, increase of $1,000 or six percent in fiscal year 2014-2015; Teachers' Retirement System, cost-of-living adjustment for retirees of six percent October 1, 2014
HB313
Education Trust Fund, annual appropriation in appropriations act of $5,000,000 provided to State Board of Education for dual enrollment programs of 2-year colleges, Education Employee Liability Insurance Program repealed, Sec. 16-22-4.1 repealed
HB312
Workforce Development and Training Act, Public School and College Authority, bonds authorized in amount of $20,000,000 to expand workforce training programs operated by two-year college system
HB311
Economic development, tax incentive, new and expanding companies, employment, required to maintain levels for five years or repay incentive, Labor Department to verify, Revenue Department, annual report to Legislature of number of jobs created, Alabama Job Creation and Taxpayer Protection Act
HB310
Political activity, Legislature, minority and majority parties caucus, public funds authorized for paying staff members of political caucus, Sec. 17-17-5 am'd.
HB309
Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Program (PACT), assets and future appropriations from Education Trust Fund, transferred to institution of higher education, state college to allow eligible students to attend without tuition or fees, certain funds for out-of-state colleges, Secs. 16-33C-6, 16-33C-7, 16-33C-8, am'd; Secs. 16-33C-17, 16-33C-18, 16-33C-20 repealed
HB308
Education lottery, Education Lottery Corporation, and Lottery Trust Fund, estab., distrib. of revenues for college scholarships and other ed. purposes, operation of casinos prohib., Sec. 65, Constitution of Alabama of 1901 am'd., const. amend.
HB307
Accountability Act of 2013, proposed by HB 84, 2013 Reg. Sess., Act 2013-64, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB306
Appropriation, Education Trust Fund, supplemental appropriation to Education Department for 2013-2014 fiscal year of excess funds set aside to finance credits authorized by the Alabama Accountability Act
HB305
Retirement, DROP reestablished, exceptions, Secs. 16-25-150, 36-27-170 am'd.
HB285
Individuals with disabilities, promotion of employment by state programs and services, Jeff Ridgeway Alabama Employment First Initiative Act
HB279
Wages, establish the Alabama Minimum Wage Act, to set the state minimum wage, provide for a cost of living increase, const. amend.
HB276
Community Action Association of Alabama, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB272
Buses, schools allowing violation to be enforced by video recording, Sec. 32-5A-154 am'd.
HB271
Voter registration, to allow persons to register up to and on date of election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB270
Medicaid, require Governor to accept Medicaid expansion, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, const. amend.

HB689
Talladega Co., school construction projects, exempt certain projects from competitive bidding laws
HB641
Public employees, to receive annual summary of benefits received from employer
HB626
Voter registration, to allow persons to register up to and on date of election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB559
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, Act 2013-64, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB534
Calhoun Co., gasoline tax, distrib. municipalities, deleted, Act 393, 1971 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB492
Accountability Act of 2013, proposed by HB 84, 2013 Reg. Sess., Act 2013-__, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB462
Alabama Title Loan Act, licensure by Banking Dept., bonds, fees, penalties
HB446
Jacksonville, civil service system, employees exempt, professional librarian removed from exemptions, Sec. 45-8A-71.02 am'd.
HB445
Jacksonville, civil service board, vacation of office for failure to attend meetings under certain conditions, Sec. 45-8A-71.04 am'd.
HB358
Anniston, alcoholic beverages, sale for off-premise consumption each day of the week
HB278
Retirement, DROP reestablished, exceptions, Secs. 16-25-150, 36-27-170 am'd.
HB268
Infants, age of majority designated as 18 years for participation in college or university research, Sec. 26-1-1 am'd.
HB252
Domestic violence, shelters, domestic violence defined, operation and funding of domestic violence shelters, fee for divorce petition distributed to district attorneys for funding of domestic violence shelters, Secs. 30-6-1, 30-6-6, 30-6-7, 30-6-11 am'd.
HB217
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
HB206
Oil and gas, taxation, depletion allowance altered, limited to federal depletion allowance, Sec. 40-18-35 am'd.
HB204
Navigable waters, obstructing prohibited, civil enforcement, civil penalties, exceptions
HB202
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB140
Income tax, tax credit for rehabilitation, preservation, and development of certain historic structures

HB771
Talladega County, tobacco tax, distribution to Talladega County Volunteer Program, Act 90-424, 1990 Reg. Sess. am'd
HB694
Self Defense, person who actively pursues an aggressor after the initial confrontation is not justified in using physical force in self defense or in defense of another, Sec.13A-3-23 am'd
HB577
Health care, licensed physician or health care provider, allowed to refuse to perform unnecessary medical services or services that could harm patient, Right to Professional Medical Judgment Act
HB475
Lincoln, corp. limits alt.
HB437
Conservation and Natural Resources Department, Advisory Board, appointment of two additional members who are commercial fisherman, nominated by Organized Seafood Association of Alabama, Inc., Sec. 9-2-14 am'd.
HB426
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB375
Health care providers authorized to decline to perform services that violate their consciences, exceptions, Health Care Rights of Conscience Act
HB356
School bus drivers, physical examination, successful completion required, Lieutenant Dexter Holcomb Act, Sec. 16-27-4.1 added
HB340
Crime of Looting, established, penalties, violation would be Class C felony
HB278
Secondary metals recycler, additional records to be maintained, purchases of specified metal property limited, registration with ACJIC, required, database of metal property sales created, criminal penalties, purchase of specified metal property prohibited, Secs. 13A-8-30 to 13A-8-37, inclusive, 13A-8-39 am'd; Secs. 13A-8-31.1, 13A-8-31.2, 13A-8-35.1, 13A-8-37.1, 13A-8-37.2 added
HB214
Public funds, expenditure for benefit of charter or private schools, prohibited
HB212
Public Schools, K-12, textbooks, education department required to provide textbooks that are less than five years old, Sec. 16-36-70 am'd

HB590
Calhoun Co., circuit, district, and municipal courts, court costs, additional in certain cases, distrib. for drug courts
HB567
Calhoun Co., court costs, drug and violent crime reduction fee in all criminal cases in circuit, district, municipal courts, distrib. to municipal and circuit court clerks, chief of police, county commission, and Calhoun/Cleburne Drug and Violent Crime Task Force
HB566
Talladega Co., lodging tax, removed, Act 2008-494, 2008 Reg. Sess. repealed
HB467
Elder Abuse, Interagency Council for the Prevention of, established, members, duties, subject to Sunset Law, reports to Chief Justice of Supreme Court, Governor, and Legislature, Elder Abuse Prevention Act
HB451
Dental Examiners of Alabama, Board of, dentists and dental hygienists, regulation and licensure, substantially revised, Sec. 34-9-7.2 added; Secs. 34-9-2, 34-9-3, 34-9-5, 34-9-6, 34-9-6.1, 34-9-7, 34-9-8, 34-9-9, 34-9-10, 34-9-13, 34-9-15, 34-9-15.1, 34-9-16, 34-9-18, 34-9-20, 34-9-21, 34-9-22, 34-9-24, 34-9-26, 34-9-27, 34-9-28, 34-9-40, 34-9-41, 34-9-43, 34-9-44, 34-9-60, 34-9-63, 34-9-82, 34-9-89 am'd. (2011-20608)
HB391
Criminal sentences, voluntary truth-in-sentencing guidelines, submission to Legislature by 2011 Reg. Sess. and approval, deadline deleted, Secs. 12-25-32, 12-25-34 am'd.
HB390
County commission, county solid waste disposal service, volunteer fire department exempt from fees, Sec. 22-27-3 am'd.
HB389
Radio/alert notification communications districts, counties authorized to establish, board of directors, members, powers, duties, opt out provision (2011-21180)
HB388
Redemption of land sold for taxes, interest rate reduced only on tax amount due on date of sale, Sec. 40-10-122 am'd.
HB381
Railroads, standards of stationary assembly points and mobile labor camps for maintenance-of-way employees, established, drinking water provided, Board of Health to adopt rules for mobile camps, investigations, inspection fees, distrib.
HB380
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB242
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB241
Income tax, Alabama resident individuals, gross income includes an owner's entire allocable share of income earned from both in-state and out-of-state sources, Sec. 40-18-14 am'd.
HB230
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
HB223
Supplemental appropriation from Education Trust Fund to Education Department for teachers certified by National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
HB188
Agricultural tourist attractions, to be defined by rule and approved by Agriculture and Industries Department, application and renewal fees, directional signs under certain conditions (2011-20698)
HB185
Motor carriers, federal Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005, responsibility for administration transferred from Public Service Commission to Revenue Department, distrib. of net fees to Public Safety Department, Sec. 37-3-32.1 amended and renumbered as Sec. 40-12-435
HB174
Anniston, council-manager form of government, investigations by city council or city manager, provisions for repealed, Section 9.03 of Article IX of Act 404, 1953 Regular Session repealed, Sec. 45-8A-23.262 repealed,

HB768
Talledega Co., alcoholic beverages, draft or keg beer, sale authorized
HB767
Talladega Co., board of equalization, county commission authorized to provide supplemental compensation
HB699
Child abuse or neglect, suspected, mandatory reporting, requirements for school teachers and school officials, established, responsibilities of principals and local superintendents of education Sec. 26-14-3 am'd.
HB698
Family Resource Centers, Alabama Network of, adoption of rules regarding distribution of funds, publication of notice regarding rules in Alabama Administrative Monthly, Sec. 30-8-2 am'd.
HB697
Drugs, chemical compounds HU-210, JWH-018, JWH-073, and salvia divinorum or salvinorum A, possession prohibited, penalties (2010-20801)
HB696
Homestead exemption, increased for protection against confiscation of a homestead for debts, Sec. 6-10-2 am'd.
HB619
Junkyards, licensing and regulation of junkyards by counties and municipalities outside of the corporate limits, public forum and joint resolution required prior to licensing in police jurisdiction of municipality, county to regulate after licensure, Sec. 11-80-10 am'd.
HB579
Alabama Coal Mine Safety Law of 1975, state mining laws extensively revised to modernize and supplemented to comply with federal law to enhance mining safety, Secs. 25-9-31, 25-9-32, 25-9-217, 25-9-380, 25-9-400 to 25-9-407, inclusive, added; Secs. 25-9-7, 25-9-9, 25-9-20, 25-9-22, 25-9-24, 25-9-40, 25-9-60, 25-9-61, 25-9-67, 25-9-80, 25-9-81, 25-9-82, 25-9-83, 25-9-86, 25-9-88, 25-9-131, 25-9-132, 25-9-133, 25-9-210, 25-9-216, 25-9-273, 25-9-276, 25-9-277, 25-9-278, 25-9-279, 25-9-280, 25-9-282, 25-9-360, 25-9-361 am'd.; Secs. 25-9-87, 25-9-153 repealed
HB524
State agencies, boards, commissions, or any public entity with diversity mandate required to report to Legislature annually regarding compliance, legislative intent expressed
HB519
Girls and Women in the Criminal Justice System, Commission on, established, composition, duties, compensation, operation, annual report to Governor and Legislature
HB426
Railroads, standards of stationary assembly points and mobile labor camps for maintenance-of-way employees, established, drinking water provided, Board of Health to adopt rules for mobile camps, investigations, inspection fees, distrib.
HB403
Obscene material involving children, disseminate further defined, material that constitutes possession of visual obscene matter further provided for, Secs. 13A-12-190, 13A-12-192 am'd.
HB368
Assault in the second degree, utility workers included as a protected class, utility worker defined, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.; Act 2009-586, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB294
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
HB293
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HB292
Elevator Safety Review Board, operational fund, surplus fees over appropriated amount transferred to General Fund, Sec. 25-13-6 am'd.
HB291
Appropriations, supplemental appropriation to various departments, boards, and agencies, for fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2010, funding source of certain bonds changed from Capital Improvement Trust Fund to State General Fund, Executive Commission on Community Services Grants, appropriation from State General Fund for fiscal year 2010 deleted, Act 2009-550, 2009 Reg. Sess. Am'd.
HB290
General fund budget, appropriations for ordinary expenses of executive, legislative, and judicial departments
HB289
Employees' Retirement System, pension accumulation fund, accrued liability contribution rate authorized to be computed by Board of Control over 30-year period, Sec. 36-27-24 am'd.
HB280
Death penalty, moratorium on imposition and execution not to exceed three years, procedure for administering
HB276
Education Appropriations Act for fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, debt service on certain bonds, funding from Capital Improvement Trust Fund reduced, funding from Education Trust Fund increased, supplemental appropriation for debt service on certain Public School and College Authority bond swaps, appropriation to state agencies for fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, reappropriated, certain food stamp funds not to revert from Human Resources Department, use for child care, Act 2009-339, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB275
Teachers' Retirement System, pension accumulation fund, accrued liability contribution rate authorized to be computed by Board of Control over a 30-year period, Sec. 16-25-21 am'd.
HB274
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
HB273
Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriation
HB272
Tuskegee University, appropriation
HB271
Talladega College, appropriation
HB264
Alabama Residential Energy Code Board changed to Alabama Energy and Residential Codes Board, Model Energy Code replaced with Alabama Energy and Residential Codes, adoption of modern building and energy codes in compliance with federal law to be implemented by counties and municipalities, board members increased, certain farm structures excluded, sprinkler systems provided for, Secs. 41-23-80, 41-23-81, 41-23-82, 41-23-83, 41-23-84, 41-23-85 am'd.
HB169
Services for Alabama Families Study Commission, established, composition, duties, procedures, compensation
HB167
Electronic Security Board of Licensure, definitions, training and licensure, locksmiths and alarm system installers, additional classifications established for central station, closed circuit television system, and electronic access system, Secs. 34-1A-1, 34-1A-4 am'd.
HB1
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.

HB7
Campaign contributions and expenditures, Secretary of State required to maintain electronic database searchable by the public
HB6
Principal campaign committees and political action committees, contributions and expenditures, reporting to Secretary of State, periodic full disclosures of sources and amounts of contributions, frequency of reporting of contributions Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.
HB5
Campaign contributions, PAC to PAC transfers, prohibited, Sec. 17-5-15 am'd.
HB4
Elections, printed material, publication, distribution, or display of information relating to, disclosure of responsible person or entity, required, disclosure to include information by telephone, television, radio, Internet, or other electronic mass-media advertisement, Sec. 17-5-13 am'd.
HB3
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.

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