Barry Moore

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

General Information

Who is Barry Moore?
Barry Moore

In his two terms in the Alabama House of Representatives, Barry Moore earned the reputation as one of Alabama’s most conservative legislators. Barry fought for lower taxes and less government regulation.

Growing up on a farm in Coffee County, Barry learned early what a man’s hands say about him. Hard work, along with moral integrity with a true love for God and country, shaped not only Barry’s hands but also his heart.

As Chairman of Military and Veteran Affairs, Barry authored and sponsored key legislation to include bringing the “RedTails” F-35 Fighter Squadron to Montgomery. His sponsored legislation made strides to protect military families from unfair child custody courts, secure residency for in-state tuition programs for military families and veterans, protect the licensing of working spouses through licensure reciprocity, and advocate for our Purple Heart Recipients.

Growing up on a farm in Coffee County, Barry learned early what a man’s hands say about him. Hard work, moral integrity, and a true love for God and country shaped not only Barry’s hands but also his heart. This dedicated work ethic led Barry to Auburn University, wherein, in 1992, he earned his degree in Agricultural Science. While at Auburn, Barry was enlisted in the Alabama National Guard and Reserves. He excelled at being a soldier and was a member of the Army Ranger Challenge Team in Auburn’s ROTC program. The best thing, however, that happened while in Auburn was meeting his wife, Heather Hopper Moore, whose strength, wisdom and quick wit made them an unstoppable team. Today they work and serve together in all capacities of their lives, whether at work, church or in their community.

In 1998, Barry founded his own company. He and Heather own and operate Barry Moore Industries. He started BMI with one garbage truck and a passion for business. More than 20 years later, BMI, Inc continues to grow and prosper at record levels. BMI, Inc most recently had the opportunity to assist Tyndall Air Force Base after Hurricane Michael's rebuilding efforts. Whether in business or public service, Barry’s number one focus is the needs of the people he serves. Faith, Family, Finance and Freedom are the fundamentals that guide all aspects of Barry’s life. In all decisions as a legislator, Barry measured the consequences of any bill on these four fundamentals. It’s a system that served him well and won him the distinction as a dependable, conservative vote in Montgomery. He will take the same fundamentals to Washington D.C.

On August 21, 2015, Barry became the first elected official in the nation to endorse President Trump at his first campaign rally in Mobile, Alabama. In 2016, he was a delegate at the National Convention along with his daughter Kathleen, who was the youngest delegate in the nation. Barry Moore will be the tip of the spear for President Trump and will fight and defend the Trump agenda for Alabama’s District 2 and America. Barry has signed the Term Limits pledge and the Fair Tax Pledge.

Barry and Heather have been married for 27 years. They have four children- Jeremy, Kathleen, Claudia and Jeb along with two dogs-Rocket and Dolly.

Status: U.S. Alabama Representative for District 2
Party: Republican
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Birthday: September 26, 1966 56

Contact Information

Known contact information for Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL.

  • 1504 Longworth House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515
  • Phone: 202-225-2901
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL.

  • BS, Agricultural Science, Auburn University, 1989-1992
  • Atteded, Troy University, 1988-1989
  • AS, Enterprise State Junior College

Political Information

Known political history for Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL.

  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Alabama, District 2, 2018, 2022
  • Representative, United States House of Representatives, Alabama, District 2, 2021-present
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 91, 2010-2018

Professions Information

Known professional history for Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL.

  • Chief Executive Officer/Owner/Founder, Barry Moore Industries (BMI), Incorporated, 1998-present
  • Served, Alabama National Guard and Reserves, 1989-1995
  • District Sales Representative, Eli Lilli and Company, 1992-1994
  • Served, United States Army, 1986-1992

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL.

  • Former Chair, Military and Veterans' Affairs Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Education Policy Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Commerce and Small Business Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Rules Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL.

  • Delegate, Republican National Convention, 2016
  • Member/Sunday School Teacher/Deacon, Hillcrest Baptist Church, Enterprise

Election History

Barry Moore from Enterprise, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Barry Moore has sponsored.

HR 467
Boyd, Dow, commended
HJR 299
100th Anniversary of the US Army Warrant Officer Corps, Recognized
HJR 283
United States Congress and President, urged to reconsider Common Core
HB 92
Motor vehicles, license tags and plates, Dept. of Veterans Affairs, placard for certain military honors, provided, prohibit parking in parking places reserved for recipients of certain military honors
HR 8
Military veterans, recognized
HJR 7
Military veterans, recognized

HB558
Common Core Curriculum Standards, terminated, prior courses of study to be implemented, Alabama Traditional Education Standards Act, created
HB465
Coffee Co., constable, office of abolished

HB359
Workers' Compensation, number of employees not to include the employees or other person owning a certain percentage of the company for coverage purposes, Sec. 25-5-50 am'd.
HB88
Motor vehicles, truck weights, concrete mixing trucks, operation within 50 miles of home base, subject to maximum gross weight requirements, Sec. 32-9-20 am'd.

HB359
Workers' Compensation, number of employees not to include the employees or other person owning a certain percentage of the company for coverage purposes, Sec. 25-5-50 am'd.
HB88
Motor vehicles, truck weights, concrete mixing trucks, operation within 50 miles of home base, subject to maximum gross weight requirements, Sec. 32-9-20 am'd.

HB699
Coffee Co.,compensation further provided for, county commissioner, sheriff, coroner, Revenue Commissioner, and probate judge, Secs. 45-16-60, 45-16-84 repealed; Secs. 45-16-62, 45-16-84.01, 45-16-84.02, 45-16-230 am'd.
HB542
State of Alabama, compensation for budget reduction
HB298
Commercial motor vehicles in intrastate transportation, allowable variances for hours of service limitations according to federal rule or law, records requested
HB262
Child custody, military deployment not sole factor in determination in original order or modification

HB16
Elba, alcoholic beverages, draft beer, city council may authorize sale

HB35
Coffee Co.,county officers, including county commissioners, sheriff, coroner, revenue commissioner, and judge of probate, compensation, Secs. 45-16-60, 45-16-84 repealed; Secs. 45-16-62, 45-16-84.01, 45-16-84.02, 45-16-230 am'd.

HB613
Child custody determination, military deployment not considered as a factor, pendente lite custody determination order included in certain orders pursuant to Federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
HB565
Firearms, accessories, and ammunition manufactured in this state, under Commerce Clause of U. S. Constitution exempt from federal regulation, Firearms Freedom Act
HB539
Enterprise, alcoholic beverages, sale of draft or keg beer or malt beverages authorized
HB524
Campaign contributions, date when received, clarified, Sec. 17-5-2 am'd.
HB513
Minors, Internet post, removal under certain circumstances
HB508
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.
HB490
Fetal Heartbeat Act, prohibits physician from performing abortion without first determining fetal heartbeat, physician who does not make determination or who performs abortion when heartbeat detected is guilty of Class C felony
HB489
Abortions, information required to be provided to a woman prior to abortion, time period increased from 24 hours to 48 hours, Sec. 26-23A-4 am'd.
HB480
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.
HB467
Oil and Gas Board, oil and gas wells, drainage or production units, regulation of horizontal wells in oil reservoirs and offshore wells in gas reservoirs, Secs. 9-17-1, 9-17-12 am'd.
HB454
Flexible School Calendar Act, temporary calendar parameters removed, local board of education may provide for 1080 instructional hours, Sec. 16-13-231am'd.
HB403
Boundaries, state, territorial waters and submerged lands, limits and boundaries, Sec. 41-1-1 am'd.
HB375
Recycling, biodegradable plastic containers to meet standards for compostable products and be clearly labeled to prevent contamination of recyclable plastic containers
HB366
Federal Aid Highway Finance Authority, membership, gasoline tax revenues pledged to secure bonds of authority, parity of pledge provided, investments further provided for, Secs. 23-1-181, 23-1-301, 23-1-305, 23-1-309, 23-1-311, 23-1-313, 23-1-314, 23-1-315 am'd.
HB365
Emergencies, Facilitating Business Rapid Response to Declared Disasters Act, out-of-state businesses not subject to certain income tax provisions during declared emergency in state
HB358
Voter registration list, investigating report of death or nonresidence of voter in order to purge name, county board of registrars, procedure for, Sec. 17-4-6.1 added
HB344
State employee benefits, employee to receive summary of annually
HB322
Hunting and fishing, right to clarified, subject to reasonable rules that promote conservation and management, const. amend.
HB289
Grandparents, visitation with grandchildren, petition procedure and burden of proof established, Sec. 30-3-4.1 repealed
HB237
Competitive bid, preference given to certain responsible bidders, Sec. 41-16-20 am'd.
HB219
Jurors, service in criminal cases, names of sealed, contact by parties with for specified purposes prohibited, procedures for contact with jurors, penalties for violation
HB218
Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.
HB217
Criminal witnesses, contact with by criminal defendant prohibited without notice to prosecutor, penalties for violations, Defense Initiated Victims Outreach initiative, funding of by public funds prohibited, Sec. 15-23-73 am'd.
HB216
Criminal procedure, new classes of capital offense, reduce appeal time, Fair Justice Act
HB213
Airbag fraud, crime of created, penalties, enhanced penalties for physical injury, Sec. 13A-11-270 am'd, Sec. 13A-11-271 repealed
HB151
Sales tax, estimated payments, average monthly tax liability threshold increased, Sec. 40-23-7 am'd.
HB147
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, certain provisions of declared null and void, Attorney General authorized to file an action for injunctive relief for persons injured by implementation of the act, tax credit for payment of penalties, certain involuntary in-home visitations for Early Childhood Care, prohibited
HB97
Revenue Department, taxes and fees, suspension by administrative rule when cost of collection is higher than amount collected, periodic review, Sec. 40-1-49 added
HB64
Sovereign immunity, immunity for officers, employees, agents of the state, including certain employees of local school boards and State Board of Education, specified in official and personal capacity under certain conditions

HB672
Motor vehicle license tags, renewal when the registration contains multiple parties, only one driver's license or other proof required, Sec. 32-7A-17 am'd.
HB670
Coffee County, probate court, filing of certain documents in any courthouse in the county authorized, at discretion of probate judge
HB641
Public employees, to receive annual summary of benefits received from employer
HB611
Labor, unemployment, unemployment compensation, amount of benefits payable reduced if individual receives or is eligible to receive pension payments from a plan maintained or contributed to solely by employer, retroactive pension payments considered disqualification if payments made from a plan maintained or contributed to solely by enployer, Sec, 25-4-78 am'd.
HB575
Motor vehicles, license plates, National Guard plates, net proceeds from sale to be distributed to the National Guard Foundation, proceeds to be used in furtherance of National Guard Foundation's program and purpose, Sec. 32-6-111.2 am'd.
HB566
Civil actions, attorney fees and costs awarded to prevailing party
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB506
Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutions, liability insurance program to be established by Finance Department in consultation with Education Department
HB468
Recycling, biodegradable plastic containers to meet standards for compostable products and be clearly labeled to prevent contamination of recyclable plastic containers
HB425
Teachers, Teachers' Retirement System, Board of Control, membership altered, Sec. 16-25-19 am'd.
HB424
Colleges and universities, residency for determining admission and tuition, active duty service members, spouses, dependents, veterans and other students considered resident students under certain conditions, Sec. 16-24-2 am'd.
HB416
Deferred presentment services, military, protect from abusive lending practices, Sec. 5-18A-15 am'd.
HB392
Planning and zoning, military land use planning, municipalities and counties, military installation, consideration of the effect of land use plan on, municipalities required to consider in master plan, Sec. 11-52-8 am'd.; Secs. 11-106-1 to 11-106-5, inclusive, added
HB377
Assisted living administrators, licensure and regulation, replacement license fee, annual administrative fee, reapplication fee, disciplinary actions, Secs. 34-2A-2, 34-2A-8, 34-2A-11, 34-2A-12, 34-2A-13 am'd.
HB373
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.
HB367
Conservation and Natural Resources Department, whitetail deer, hunting season extended, pilot program
HB363
Capital offenses, appeal directly to Alabama Supreme Court, Sec. 13A-5-53 am'd.
HB352
Hunting licenses, disabled veterans, military appreciation hunting license, three day trip event hunting license authorized, Secs. 9-11-44, 9-11-49 am'd.
HB311
Health care facilities, injury caused by methamphetamine production, report to law enforcement, doctor/patient privilege not to apply
HB299
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB298
Sales tax, exempting ammunition manufactured for firearms from sales tax, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.
HB294
New Brockton, alcoholic beverages, draft or keg beer or malt beverages, sale authorized, city council to regulate
HB288
Flexible School Calendar Act, local board of education may opt out of calendar parameters by written notices to State Superintendent of Education, Sec. 16-13-231, as amended by Act 2012-482, 2012 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB274
Public assistance, TANF benefits, a person convicted of a felony ineligible for benefits, disclosure of felony conviction by applicant required
HB268
Infants, age of majority designated as 18 years for participation in college or university research, Sec. 26-1-1 am'd.
HB260
Crime of promoting prison contraband in the first, second, and third degrees, attempt included, increased penalties, Secs. 13A-10-36, 13A-10-37, 13A-10-38 am'd.
HB257
Business license tax, rental of residential real estate tax, not to be on a per unit basis, const. amend.
HB249
Motor vehicles, Alabama Move Over Act, garbage, trash, refuse, or recycling collection vehicles included, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.
HB220
Firearms, infringement on the right to keep and bear arms by federal government prohibited, federal acts violating Second Amendment declared void, Second Amendment Preservation Act
HB216
Sales and use tax, aircraft parts used to refurbish cargo aircraft, use tax exemption further provided for, local government approval of local taxes, Sec. 40-23-62 am'd
HB197
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

HB744
Alabama military personnel prevented from assisting United States Armed Forces in detaining citizens in violation of United States Constitution or laws of Alabama
HB710
Methamphetamine laboratories (meth labs), decontamination and certificate of inspection by Health Department, public disclosure of location required to be recorded on website
HB709
Caller ID fraud, criminal penalties for entering false information into a caller identification system in order to defraud or deceive a recipient, provided
HB692
Gulf State Park, development, submission of proposals, criteria, review by department, acceptance or rejection, proposal exempt from certain statutes
HB658
Immigration law, provision barring unlawfully present alien from attending postsecondary school clarified, lawsuits for failure to enforce laws, procedures revised, documentation for lawful presence, military identification authorized, voter registration provisions modified, certain lawful presence verification for certain subsequent issuance and renewals of certain licenses, procedures and penalties for employing unauthorized alien, penalties for certain lawsuits relating to employment practices, Secs. 31-13-3, 31-13-5, 31-13-6, 31-13-8, 31-13-9, 31-13-13, 31-13-19, 31-13-20, 31-13-23, 31-13-26, 31-13-28, 31-13-29, 32-6-9, 32-6-10.1 am'd; Act 2011-535, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd
HB638
Professional license or certificate, application for military personnel expedited, provide exemptions from licensing fees
HB600
Public authorities, Small Business Financing Authority, created within the Department of Economic and Community Affairs, incentives to small business, enrollment of certain loans with authority
HB538
County commission, forestry operations, use of roads, regulation by, procedures, Sec. 23-1-80.1 added (2012-20510)
HB486
Motor vehicles, salvage vehicles, to provide that a certificate of title may be issued for a motorcycle where the frame was obtained from a junk vehicle, Act 2011-633, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-8-87 am'd.
HB418
Abortion, physician required to perform ultrasound prior to performing abortionand display the images to the pregnant woman, medical emergency excepted, civil and criminal penalties, Right to Know and See Act
HB414
Crimes and offenses, gambling, person defined, penalties, Secs. 13A-12-20, 13A-12-22, 13A-12-23, 13A-12-24, 13A-12-27 am'd
HB351
Taxes, exemptions for Still Serving Veterans, Inc.
HB340
Crime of Looting, established, penalties, violation would be Class C felony
HB334
Public Works, Fair and Open Competition in Governmental Construction Act, establish, public agencies prohibited from entering contracts and making certain awards, certain terms prohibited in certain documents, certain persons prohibited from placing certain terms in certain documents, exemptions
HB333
Contracts, state or any political subdivision, use of Davis-Bacon wage provision, prohibited
HB332
Architects, registered, engineers and land surveyors, licensed professional, civil action alleging negligence requires third-party certificate of merit affidavit
HB325
Alcoholic beverages, wine, bottle opened on premises of licensee, recorking or resealing, patron may transport in vehicle, not considered an open container, Sec. 28-3A-20.1 added
HB285
Unemployment compensation, compensable week further defined, Sec. 25-4-73 am'd
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
HB274
Government, local, prohibited from competing with private sector in waste management
HB271
Taxation, state income tax credit relating to Class 1, 2, 3 municipalities for rehabilitation of historic structures
HB221
Municipalities, ordinance establishing automated red light traffic control photographic system, prohibited
HB197
Human Resources Dept, TANF, drug testing for substance abuse based on reasonable suspicion for eligibility for benefits, required, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement
HB154
Data processing centers and warehousing and storage facilities 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, 40-18-190, 40-18-193 am'd.
HB152
Veterans, additional tax credits for previously unemployed veterans who became employed or began a business, "Heroes for Hire " Act
HB150
Administrative Procedure Act, rules affecting small business, small business economic impact and regulatory flexibility analysis required under certain conditions, agencies to review rules every five years for effect on small businesses, Secs. 41-22-5.1, 41-22-5.2 added
HB140
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.
HB39
Aircraft, certain, any parts, components, and systems used in the conversion, reconfiguration, or maintenance of, exempt from sales tax, not applicable to local sales tax unless approved, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.
HB38
Immigration, legal status and/or proof of citizenship, verification of eligibility to enter into business transactions with state or political subdivision, Uniformed Services Privilege and Identification card authorized, Act 2011-535, 2011 Reg. Sess. am'd.; Sec. 31-13-29 am'd.

HB628
Coffee Co., sheriff, Sheriff's Work Release Fund, established, use of funds for law enforcement, audit
HB516
Health care providers, physicians, etc., requiring disclosure regarding firearm ownership, prohibited, medical record inclusion of firearm information or disclosure of information about firearm ownership, prohibited, civil penalties, exceptions
HB487
County roads, forestry harvesting operations, prior notice to county commission, limitations, civil fines, other permits, bonds prohibited, Sec. 23-1-80.1 added
HB478
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 (2011-20902)
HB477
Industrial Development Authority, members, composition altered to include President Pro Tempore of Senate or designee and Speaker of the House or designee, Sec. 41-10-25 am'd.
HB465
Education employees, procedures regarding employment actions of revised, Teacher Tenure Law and Fair Dismissal Act repealed, Students First Act, Sec. 16-24B-7, 16-24-1 to 16-24-22, inclusive, 36-26-100 to 36-26-116, inclusive, repealed
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)
HB443
Chattahoochee River, certain landfills prohibited within certain distance of river
HB426
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.
HB375
Homestead exemptions, income qualification amount increased, Secs. 40-9-19, 40-9-21 am'd.
HB372
Nursing scholarships, qualifications altered, funding increased, appropriation, Secs. 34-21-60, 34-21-61, 34-21-62, 34-21-63 am'd.
HB316
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
HB298
Alabama Development Office and Director of Development changed to Commerce Department and Secretary of Commerce, assistant secretaries of commerce, employment of certain persons outside of Merit System, authorized, Secs. 41-9-201, 41-9-202, 41-9-202.1, 41-9-203, 41-9-204 am'd. (2011-20679)
HB251
Small Business Protection Act, established, product liability action for relief against sellers that are not manufacturers, prohibited
HB250
Contractors and subcontractors performing highway, road, street repairs, construction, or maintenance work, injuries resulting, liability and responsibility terminated by Transportation Department or county or local government upon acceptance that highway, road, or street project is in substantial compliance with contract documents, plans, and specifications
HB243
Alabama Firefighters Annuity and Benefit Fund, income tax refund check-off for a contribution to, provided, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.
HB234
Competitive bids, Internet procedures required under certain conditions, Secs. 39-2-2, 41-16-50 am'd.
HB214
Contracts, state or any political subdivision, use of Davis-Bacon wage provision, prohibited
HB211
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, 2012, rules authorized, Teacher and Education Employee Protection Act
HB206
Polling places, proximity of persons to door of building, distance increased, Sec. 17-9-50 am'd.
HB203
Public schools, proof of citizenship of any child enrolling in elementary or secondary school, being tutored at home or through a church school, notification of local law enforcement for violations, required
HB195
Food nutrition labeling, restaurants and vending machines, regulation reserved to the Legislature, not to affect federal regulations
HB193
Civil actions, obesity or weight gain, suits prohibited, limited exceptions, Commonsense Consumption Act
HB179
Ad valorem tax, definition of residential property expanded to include single family dwellings and lots under construction, Sec. 40-8-1 am'd.
HB144
Sales tax holiday, sales and use tax exemptions, computers, exempted amount increased, Sec. 40-23-210 am'd.
HB126
Forever Wild Land Trust, payments into extended 20 years
HB64
Elections, right of individuals to vote by secret ballot for public office, referenda, employee representation, guaranteed, Amendment 579 (Section 177, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
HB63
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.
HB62
Ethics Commission, annual appropriation to be certain percentage of General Fund Appropriations Act, reduction only by approval of House and Senate
HB61
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.
HB60
Health care, persons, employers, or health care providers, mandatory participation in any health care system prohibited, const. amend.
HB59
Retirement under Employees' Retirement System and Teachers' Retirement System, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP) repealed, participants electing DROP prior to effective date not affected, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 16-25-152, 16-25-153, 16-25-154, 36-27-170, 36-27-171, 36-27-172, 36-27-173, 36-27-174, 36-27-175 repealed
HB58
Public officials or spouses of public officials, names and compensation of those who are employed by or have contracts with a municipality, a county, or the state, public disclosure required, filing with Ethics Commission, Sec. 36-25-5.1 added
HB57
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
HB56
Illegal immigrants, presence, employment, and benefits regulated, concealing, or protecting illegal aliens, prohibited, verification of legal status, penalties, Alabama Department of Homeland Security to establish E-Verify employer agent service, citizenship status of students required, eligibility and requirements for voter registration, certain business transactions prohibited, Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, Sec. 32-6-9 am'd. (2011-21101)

HB10
Appropriations, pass-through appropriations, defined and prohibited, exception for valid support of agency programs, administrative and criminal penalties for violations by agencies, line-item appropriations authorized, reporting requirements, Budget Accountability Act
HB9
Political action committees, transfer of funds between prohibited, transfers between principal campaign committees, prohibited, exceptions, certain receipts and expenditures of campaign funds from federal candidates limited, penalties, Congressman Mike Rogers/Jeff McLaughlin Campaign Finance Transparency Act, Secs. 17-5-7, 17-5-15 am'd. (2010-21164)

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