Chris Pringle

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

General Information

Who is Chris Pringle?
Chris Pringle

Chris Pringle has lived in the district for nearly all his life. After graduating from the University of Alabama, he moved back and built a successful small business in the construction and real estate industry, specializing in building hunting camps and commercial remodeling.

Chris served as our conservative voice in the Alabama House of Representatives from 1994 to 2002. Even though Republicans were not in the majority at the time, he was a strong and effective champion for Mobile.

While in office, Chris had a 100% pro-business record, an "A" rating by the Christian Coalition, a solid pro-life voting record, and an "A+" rating by the NRA. He was the first freshmen legislator to be elected Minority Leader. As such, he was the only Republican Party leader in Montgomery from Mobile at the time.

As the next representative for District 101, Chris will work with the Republican majority to protect our values, create more jobs, repeal federal mandates like Obamacare and protect the unborn as well as our Second Amendment rights.

Chris is a member of St. Ignatius. He also attends the Men of St. Joseph and has one twelve-year-old son, Reeves.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 101
Party: Republican
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Birthday: February 25, 1961 61

Contact Information

Known contact information for Chris Pringle from Mobile, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 402
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0489
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Chris Pringle from Mobile, AL.

  • BA, Communications, University of Alabama, 1984

Political Information

Known political history for Chris Pringle from Mobile, AL.

  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Alabama, District 1, 2002, 2020
  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 101, 2018
  • Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 34, 2006
  • Representative, Alabama State House, District 101, 1994-2002, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Chris Pringle from Mobile, AL.

  • Real Estate Agent/Licensed Homebuilder/General Contractor, Southern Timberlands, 1994-present
  • Assistant Athletic Director for Development, University of South Alabama
  • Owner, Chris Pringle, Incorporated

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Chris Pringle from Mobile, AL.

  • Former Member, Joint Committee on Legislative Building Authority, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Internal Affairs Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Education Policy Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Election History

Chris Pringle from Mobile, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Chris Pringle has sponsored.

HB466
Bail bonds, cash bail only requirement removed, under certain conditions, arrest and delivery of a defendant further provided, time frames for providing notice and conducting hearings increased in conditional forfeiture proceedings, Bail Bond Reform Act of 1993, Secs. 15-13-103, 15-13-107, 15-13-111, 15-13-114, 15-13-118, 15-13-125, 15-13-128, 15-13-131, 15-13-132, 15-13-136, 15-13-137, 15-13-138, 15-13-141, 15-13-145, 15-13-159, 15-13-160, 15-13-164 am'd.
HB8
Education, prohibits public K-12 schools and public institutions of higher education from teaching certain divisive concepts relating to race or sex

HB645
Vulnerable adults, to provide a private right of action for vulnerable adults who have been financially exploited, Secs. 8-6-190 to 8-6-195, inclusive, added; Sec. 8-6-171 am'd.
HB635
Justice Information Commission, to add additional members to the voting section of the commission, Sec. 41-9-592 am'd.
HB548
Examiners of Public Accounts Dept., chief legal counsel and assistant legal counsels, requirement that they be deputy attorneys general removed, employment, duties, and powers further provided, chief examiner and Legislative Committee on Public Accounts further provided, Sec. 41-5A-11 am'd.
HB547
Bail bonds, cash bail only requirement removed, under certain conditions, arrest and delivery of a defendant further provided, time frames for providing notice and conducting hearings increased in conditional forfeiture proceedings, Bail Bond Reform Act of 1993, Secs. 15-13-103, 15-13-111, 15-13-114, 15-13-118, 15-13-125, 15-13-128, 15-13-131, 15-13-132, 15-13-136, 15-13-137, 15-13-138, 15-13-142, 15-13-145, 15-13-160, 15-13-164 am'd.
HB484
Primary and runoff election date, primary election held second Tuesday in July and runoff election held second Tuesday in August for 2022 election cycle.
HB457
Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, recordation of satisfaction of non-resident mortgages, Sec. 35-10-27 repealed; Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30, 35-10-90, 35-10-91, 35-10-92, 35-10-94, 35-10-96 am'd.
HB448
Class 2 municipalities, Africatown Redevlopment Corp., established, board of directors, powers, duties of corp.
HB421
Pardons and paroles, posthumous pardons, to further provide for who may be pardoned after death, Sec. 15-22-113 am'd.
HB404
Student athletes, may earn compensation for use of name, image, or likeness, Alabama Collegiate Athletics Commission, established, conditions for compensation
HB395
Crimes and offenses, manslaughter, death resulting from unlawful sale of a controlled substance, Sec. 13A-6-3 am'd.
HB391
Schools, public K-12, athletic events allowing competition by one biological gender against another prohibited unless the event specifically includes both genders
HB337
Firearms, Alabama Firearms Protection Act, prohibitions on enforcement of certain federal firearm laws, provided
HB327
Foresters, State Board of Registered for, continuing education requirement, relaxed or suspended on a case by case basis, Sec. 34-12-8 am'd.
HB326
Foresters, Alabama Board of Registration for, board authorized to call special meetings in accordance with its bylaws, Sec. 34-12-34 am'd.
HB325
Foresters, State Board of Registration for, scale of nominal marketing materials auth., Sec. 34-12-36 am'd.
HB281
Income tax, historic structures, qualified rehabilitation, tax credits extended to 2029, admin. by Historical Commission, Secs. 40-9F-33, 40-9F-36 am'd.
HB130
Bail, to provide for an additional offense under which an individual can be denied bail, pretrial detention hearing under certain circumstances provided, Secs. 15-13-2, 15-13-3, 15-13-7, 15-13-104, 15-13-105, 15-13-106 am'd.
HB129
Drivers license, provide for the elimination of driver license suspensions in certain circumstances, Secs. 28-3A-25, 30-3-170, 30-3-179 am'd; Secs. 13A-12-290, 13A-12-291, 13A-12-292, 13A-12-293, 13A-12-294, 16-28-40, 16-28-41, 16-28-42, 16-28-43, 16-28-44, 16-28-45 repealed.
HB128
Reapportionment, redistricting or reapportionment plan, Permanent Legislative Committee on Reapportionment to intervene in any legal action that contests the validity of, Sec. 29-1-2.5 am'd.
HB127
Transportation Commission, established, five members appt from five regions of dept, duties, compensation, appointment of Transportation Department director, department not subject to Budget Management Act, Secs. 23-1-21, 23-1-21.2 am'd.
HB126
Taxation, update of entities exempt from sales and use tax based on certification, Secs. 40-9-15, 40-9-29 repealed; Secs. 40-9-12, 40-9-13, 40-9-25.2, 40-9-25.10, 40-9-26, 40-9-28, 40-23-5 am'd.
HB125
Motor vehicles, motorcycle license, requirements, further provided, Secs. 32-5A-240, 32-12-22 am'd.
HB124
Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website

HB421
Reapportionment, redistricting or reapportionment plan, Permanent Legislative Committee on Reapportionment to intervene in any legal action that contests the validity of, Sec. 29-1-2.5 am'd.
HB399
Crimes and offenses, manslaughter, death resulting from unlawful sale of a controlled substance, Sec. 13A-6-3 am'd.
HB 65
Evictions, clarify required notices from landlord to tenant, Secs. 6-6-332, 35-9A-461 am'd.
HB 64
Taxation, update of entities exempt from sales and use tax based on certification, Secs. 40-9-15, 40-9-29 repealed; Secs. 40-9-12, 40-9-13, 40-9-25.2, 40-9-25.10, 40-9-26, 40-9-28, 40-23-5 am'd.
HB 63
Motor vehicles, motorcycle license, requirements, further provided, Secs. 32-5A-240, 32-12-22 am'd.
HB 62
Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, recordation of satisfaction of non-resident mortgages, Sec. 35-10-27 repealed; Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30, 35-10-90, 35-10-91, 35-10-92, 35-10-94, 35-10-96 am'd.
HB 61
Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website
HB 35
Schools, public K-12, prohibits participation in interscholastic athletic events allowing athletes to compete against athletes of a different biological gender unless the event specifically includes both genders, prohibits use of state, municipal, or county property for such events
HB 23
Sunset Law, Examiners of Public Accounts Dept., authorized to charge an agency a reasonable fee for Sunset reports furnished under review, authorize Sunset Committee to adjust or waive the fee, Sec. 41-20-9 am'd.
HB 22
Competitive bid law, during declared state of emergency, exemption from competitive bid process based on convenience deleted, Sec. 41-16-72 am'd.
HB 21
Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, recordation of satisfaction of non-resident mortgages, Sec. 35-10-27 repealed; Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30, 35-10-90, 35-10-91, 35-10-92, 35-10-94, 35-10-96 am'd.
HB 20
Schools, public K-12, prohibits participation in interscholastic athletic events allowing athletes to compete against athletes of a different biological gender unless the event specifically includes both genders, prohibits use of state, municipal, or county property for such events
HB 19
Transportation Commission, established, five members appt from five regions of dept, duties, compensation, appointment of Transportation Department director, department not subject to Budget Management Act, Secs. 23-1-21, 23-1-21.2 am'd.

HB 621
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.
HB 409
Competitive bid law, during declared state of emergency, exemption from competitive bid process based on convenience deleted, Sec. 41-16-72 am'd.
HB 392
Telecommunications carriers, provide that the reductions in fees will be cumulative, Sec. 37-2A-10.1 am'd.
HB 369
Class 2 municipalities, State Pilotage Commission estab., Chapter 4, Title 33, Code of Alabama 1975 repealed and replaced, Sec. 33-4-1 to 33-4-57, inclusive, repealed
HB 334
Taxation, statutorily exempt entities further provided for, Secs. 40-9-12, 40-9-13, 40-9-25, 40-23-5 am'd.
HB 253
Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website
HB 252
Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website
HB 220
Crimes and offenses, manslaughter, death resulting from unlawful sale of a controlled substance, Sec. 13A-6-3 am'd.
HB 219
Class 2 municipalities (Mobile), abandoned motor vehicles, operating city impound lot, authorized to retain balance of sale proceeds, Sec. 32-13-6 am'd.
HB 218
Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, recordation of satisfaction of non-resident mortgages, Sec. 35-10-27 repealed; Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30, 35-10-90, 35-10-91, 35-10-92, 35-10-94, 35-10-96 am'd.
HB 217
Sunset Law, Examiners of Public Accounts Dept., authorized to charge an agency a reasonable fee for Sunset reports furnished under review, authorize Sunset Committee to adjust or waive the fee, Sec. 41-20-9 am'd.
HB 215
Economic and industrial development, governing bodies of all counties and municipalities have continuing power to promote, local constitutional amendment repealed, Amendment 772 (Section 94.01, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended) am'd., const. amend.
HB 214
Mobile Co., transfer of duties from judge of probate to revenue commissioner, legislative intent clarified, Act 2015-265, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd.

HB 275
Taxation, sales and use taxes, eliminate jointly filed petition for refund by taxpayer and the consumer/purchaser, definitions, Secs. 40-2A-3, 40-2A-7 am'd.
HB 215
Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes, redistribution of the payments to dry counties and municipalities under existing law to counties served by TVA, certain increases in liquor tax receipts distributed to dry counties and municipalities, Sec. 40-28-2 am'd.
HB 196
Crimes and offenses, manslaughter, death resulting from unlawful sale of a controlled substance, Sec. 13A-6-3 am'd.
HB 195
Revenue Dept, record of sales, use, and lodgings tax certificates of exemption, public disclosure required, limitations, consolidated annual report provided to Fiscal Div. of Legislative Services Agency prior to each legislative session
HB 131
Examiners of Public Accounts Department, provisions governing operation of substantially revised, Chapter 5 of Title 41 repealed, Chapter 5A of Title 41 added
HJR 93
Jones, Ronald L., outstanding professional achievement, commended
HB 47
Tobacco, raise the age to purchase, possess, or use to 21 years
HB 29
Public examiners, provisions governing operation of substantially revised, Chapter 5 of Title 41 repealed, Chapter 5A of Title 41 added
HB 25
Transportation Commission, established, five members appt from five regions of dept, duties, compensation, appointment of Transportation Department director, department not subject to Budget Management Act, Secs. 23-1-21, 23-1-21.2 am'd.
HB 22
Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, authorities, inactive or inoperable, abolished, Secs. 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, 41-23-23 am'd; Secs. 2-13A-1, 2-13A-2, 4-2A-1 to 4-2A-23, inclusive, 9-6A-1 to 9-6A-10, inclusive, 9-12-142, 9-13-25, 14-1-18, 16-25A-13, 16-55-20 to 16-55-24, inclusive, 22-4A-1 to 22-4A-7, inclusive, 22-18-20 to 22-18-23, inclusive, 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, 24-10-8, 24-10-9, 29-2-220 to 29-2-228, inclusive, 32-3-1 to 32-3-7, inclusive, 36-21-140 to 36-21-142, inclusive, 36-36-10, 38-7A-1 to 38-7A-4, inclusive, 40-23-242, 41-9-190 to 41-9-196, inclusive, 41-9-490 to 41-9-498, inclusive, 41-9-570 to 41-9-574, inclusive, 41-9-780 to 41-9-787, inclusive, 41-9-830 to 41-9-833, inclusive, 41-10-200 to 41-10-215, inclusive, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, Act 1985-138, Act 1985-280, Act 1985-301, Act 1985-811, Act 1987-02, Act 1988-213, Act 1991-259, Act 1991-325, Act 1992-56, Act 1994-764, Act 1996-289, Act 1997-68, Act 1997-818, Act 1998-107, Act 1998-156, Act 2000-8, Act 2001-62, Act 2002-318, Act 2004-421, Act 2004-540, Act 2005-257, Act 2006-430, Act 2007-171, Act 2007-421, Act 2007-507, Act 2007-565, Act 2007-592, Act 2008-25, Act 2008-121, Act 2008-337, Act 2008-386, Act 2009-142, Act 2009-180, Act 2009-794, Act 2009-798, Act 2009-806, Act 2010-458, Act 2010-638, Act 2011-132, Act 2011-356, Act 2012-25, Act 2012-597, Act 2014-194 repealed

HB606
Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes, redistribution of the payments to dry counties and municipalities under existing law to counties served by TVA, certain increases in liquor tax receipts distributed to dry counties and municipalities, Sec. 40-28-2 am'd.
HB540
Public examiners, provisions governing operation of substantially revised, Chapter 5 of Title 41 repealed, Chapter 5A of Title 41 added
HB389
Mobile Co., board of school commissioners, sale of property and leases not required to be approved by judge of probate, Act 242, 1876 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB230
Class 2 municipalities, low-speed vehicles, mun. authorized to provide for operation on municipal streets by ordinance
HB88
Homicide, crime of homicide by vehicle or vessel, created, penalties, Marshall James Walton Highway Safety Act
HB72
Cooperatives, formation of registration as nonprofit corp. required, governing documents, assessments, liens, homestead exemption, Cooperative Housing Corporation Act of 2016, Secs. 35-8C-1 to 35-8C-11, inclusive, 40-9-19.2 added
HB37
Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, authorities, inactive or inoperable, abolished, Secs. 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, 41-23-23 am'd; Secs. 2-7-1 to 2-7-7, inclusive, 2-13A-1, 2-13A-2, 4-2A-1 to 4-2A-23, inclusive, 9-6A-1 to 9-6A-10, inclusive, 9-12-142, 9-13-25, 14-1-18, 16-18A-1 to 16-18A-13, inclusive, 16-25A-13, 16-55-20 to 16-55-24, inclusive, 22-4A-1 to 22-4A-7, inclusive, 22-18-20 to 22-18-23, inclusive, 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, 24-10-8, 24-10-9, 29-2-220 to 29-2-228, inclusive, 32-3-1 to 32-3-7, inclusive, 36-21-140 to 36-21-142, inclusive, 36-36-10, 38-7A-1 to 38-7A-4, inclusive, 40-23-242, 41-9-190 to 41-9-196, inclusive, 41-9-490 to 41-9-498, inclusive, 41-9-570 to 41-9-574, inclusive, 41-9-780 to 41-9-787, inclusive, 41-9-830 to 41-9-833, inclusive, 41-10-200 to 41-10-215, inclusive, 41-10-490 to 41-10-523, inclusive, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, Act 1984-319, Act 1985-138, Act 1985-280, Act 1985-301, Act 1985-811, Act 1987-02, Act 1988-213, Act 1991-259, Act 1991-325, Act 1992-56, Act 1994-764, Act 1996-289, Act 1997-68, Act 1997-818, Act 1998-107, Act 1998-156, Act 2000-8, Act 2001-62, Act 2002-318, Act 2004-421, Act 2004-540, Act 2005-257, Act 2006-430, Act 2007-171, Act 2007-421, Act 2007-507, Act 2007-565, Act 2007-592, Act 2008-25, Act 2008-121, Act 2008-337, Act 2008-386, Act 2009-142, Act 2009-180, Act 2009-794, Act 2009-798, Act 2009-806, Act 2010-458, Act 2010-638, Act 2011-132, Act 2011-356, Act 2012-25, Act 2012-597, Act 2014-194 repealed

HB496
Homicide, crime of homicide by vehicle or vessel, created, penalties, Marshall James Walton Highway Safety Act
HB395
Consumer, regulate the lending of money, provide criminal penalties, Alabama Consumer Lawsuit Lending Act
HB390
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 to 40-18-394, inclusive, added
HB371
Mobile Co., Civil Service System, county-wide, unclassified service, lay-offs, appointing authorities authorized to do own hiring, payment for excess annual leave, Act 470, 1939 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB354
Mobile Co., Revenue Commissioner's office, salary of executive secretary and chief clerk, Act 81-508, 1981 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB243
Mobile Co., Civil Service System, county-wide, unclassified service, lay-offs, appointing authorities authorized to do own hiring, payment for excess annual leave, Act 470, 1939 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB242
Class 2 municipality, Mobile, City Youth Athletic Board, members of bd and distrib. of audits, Act 83-502, 1983 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB241
Universities that operate medical school, authorized to incorporate authorities to own and operate health care facilities, University Authority Act
HB213
Theft of cargo in commercial transportation and fifth wheel tampering, crimes defined, penalties, Secs. 13A-8-3.1, 13A-8-3.2 added; Sec. 13A-8-1 am'd.
HB95
Probate court, court costs, payable at discretion of court when pleading filed, security deposits for court costs authorized, Secs. 12-19-43, 26-3-13, 43-2-82 am'd.
HB79
Motor vehicles, crime of endangerment of a highway worker in a construction zone, created, exceptions, penalties
HB78
Cooperatives, formation of registration as nonprofit corp. required, governing documents, assessments, liens, homestead exemption, Cooperative Housing Corporation Act of 2016, Secs. 35-8C-1 to 35-8C-11, inclusive, 40-9-19.2 added
HB77
Trespassing, critical infrastructure, crime established, penalties
HB28
Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, authorities, inactive or inoperable, abolished, Secs. 20-2-190, 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, 24-10-2, 24-10-4, 24-10-5, 41-23-23 am'd; Secs. 2-7-1 to 2-7-7, inclusive, 2-13A-1, 2-13A-2, 4-2A-1 to 4-2A-23, inclusive, 9-6A-1 to 9-6A-10, inclusive, 9-12-142, 9-13-25, 14-1-18, 16-18A-1 to 16-18A-13, inclusive, 16-25A-13, 16-55-20 to 16-55-24, inclusive, 22-4A-1 to 22-4A-7, inclusive, 22-18-20 to 22-18-23, inclusive, 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, 24-10-8, 24-10-9, 29-2-220 to 29-2-228, inclusive, 32-3-1 to 32-3-7, inclusive, 36-21-140 to 36-21-142, inclusive, 36-36-10, 38-7A-1 to 38-7A-4, inclusive, 40-23-242, 41-9-190 to 41-9-196, inclusive, 41-9-490 to 41-9-498, inclusive, 41-9-570 to 41-9-574, inclusive, 41-9-780 to 41-9-787, inclusive, 41-9-830 to 41-9-833, inclusive, 41-10-200 to 41-10-215, inclusive, 41-10-490 to 41-10-523, inclusive, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, Act 1984-319, Act 1985-138, Act 1985-280, Act 1985-301, Act 1985-811, Act 1987-02, Act 1988-213, Act 1991-259, Act 1991-325, Act 1992-56, Act 1994-764, Act 1996-289, Act 1997-68, Act 1997-818, Act 1998-107, Act 1998-156, Act 2000-8, Act 2001-62, Act 2002-318, Act 2004-421, Act 2004-540, Act 2005-257, Act 2006-430, Act 2007-171, Act 2007-421, Act 2007-507, Act 2007-565, Act 2007-592, Act 2008-25, Act 2008-121, Act 2008-337, Act 2008-386, Act 2009-142, Act 2009-180, Act 2009-794, Act 2009-798, Act 2009-806, Act 2010-458, Act 2010-638, Act 2011-132, Act 2011-356, Act 2012-25, Act 2012-597, Act 2014-194 repealed

HB496
Homicide, crime of homicide by vehicle or vessel, created, penalties, Marshall James Walton Highway Safety Act
HB395
Consumer, regulate the lending of money, provide criminal penalties, Alabama Consumer Lawsuit Lending Act
HB390
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 to 40-18-394, inclusive, added
HB371
Mobile Co., Civil Service System, county-wide, unclassified service, lay-offs, appointing authorities authorized to do own hiring, payment for excess annual leave, Act 470, 1939 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB354
Mobile Co., Revenue Commissioner's office, salary of executive secretary and chief clerk, Act 81-508, 1981 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB243
Mobile Co., Civil Service System, county-wide, unclassified service, lay-offs, appointing authorities authorized to do own hiring, payment for excess annual leave, Act 470, 1939 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB242
Class 2 municipality, Mobile, City Youth Athletic Board, members of bd and distrib. of audits, Act 83-502, 1983 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB241
Universities that operate medical school, authorized to incorporate authorities to own and operate health care facilities, University Authority Act
HB213
Theft of cargo in commercial transportation and fifth wheel tampering, crimes defined, penalties, Secs. 13A-8-3.1, 13A-8-3.2 added; Sec. 13A-8-1 am'd.
HB95
Probate court, court costs, payable at discretion of court when pleading filed, security deposits for court costs authorized, Secs. 12-19-43, 26-3-13, 43-2-82 am'd.
HB79
Motor vehicles, crime of endangerment of a highway worker in a construction zone, created, exceptions, penalties
HB78
Cooperatives, formation of registration as nonprofit corp. required, governing documents, assessments, liens, homestead exemption, Cooperative Housing Corporation Act of 2016, Secs. 35-8C-1 to 35-8C-11, inclusive, 40-9-19.2 added
HB77
Trespassing, critical infrastructure, crime established, penalties
HB28
Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, authorities, inactive or inoperable, abolished, Secs. 20-2-190, 22-1-12, 22-23A-3, 24-10-2, 24-10-4, 24-10-5, 41-23-23 am'd; Secs. 2-7-1 to 2-7-7, inclusive, 2-13A-1, 2-13A-2, 4-2A-1 to 4-2A-23, inclusive, 9-6A-1 to 9-6A-10, inclusive, 9-12-142, 9-13-25, 14-1-18, 16-18A-1 to 16-18A-13, inclusive, 16-25A-13, 16-55-20 to 16-55-24, inclusive, 22-4A-1 to 22-4A-7, inclusive, 22-18-20 to 22-18-23, inclusive, 22-30E-12, 22-50-25, 24-10-8, 24-10-9, 29-2-220 to 29-2-228, inclusive, 32-3-1 to 32-3-7, inclusive, 36-21-140 to 36-21-142, inclusive, 36-36-10, 38-7A-1 to 38-7A-4, inclusive, 40-23-242, 41-9-190 to 41-9-196, inclusive, 41-9-490 to 41-9-498, inclusive, 41-9-570 to 41-9-574, inclusive, 41-9-780 to 41-9-787, inclusive, 41-9-830 to 41-9-833, inclusive, 41-10-200 to 41-10-215, inclusive, 41-10-490 to 41-10-523, inclusive, 41-25-1 to 41-25-5 inclusive repealed; Acts 1975-1178, Act 1979-43, Act 1984-319, Act 1985-138, Act 1985-280, Act 1985-301, Act 1985-811, Act 1987-02, Act 1988-213, Act 1991-259, Act 1991-325, Act 1992-56, Act 1994-764, Act 1996-289, Act 1997-68, Act 1997-818, Act 1998-107, Act 1998-156, Act 2000-8, Act 2001-62, Act 2002-318, Act 2004-421, Act 2004-540, Act 2005-257, Act 2006-430, Act 2007-171, Act 2007-421, Act 2007-507, Act 2007-565, Act 2007-592, Act 2008-25, Act 2008-121, Act 2008-337, Act 2008-386, Act 2009-142, Act 2009-180, Act 2009-794, Act 2009-798, Act 2009-806, Act 2010-458, Act 2010-638, Act 2011-132, Act 2011-356, Act 2012-25, Act 2012-597, Act 2014-194 repealed

HB561
Class 2 municipalities, notices, legal, publishing in newspaper that is not mailed under the publication class mailing privilege of U.S. Postal Service, authorized
HB421
Alcoholic beverages, powdered alcohol prohibited to possess, purchase, sell, or use, penalties
HB416
Alabama Renewal Act, certain tax credits for the state's port facilities and other tax credits, authorized, Secs. 40-18-400 to 40-18-403, inclusive, 40-18-410 to 40-18-415, inclusive, added
HB388
Mobile Co., probate court, electronic filing and fees for electronic viewing and copies, distrib., probate court may require estimated court costs
HB207
Class 2 municipalities (Mobile), Tree Commission, members, duties, appeals, Act 929, 1961 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB161
Probate court, court costs, payable at discretion of court when pleading filed, security deposits for court costs authorized, Sec. 12-19-43 am'd.
HB160
Consumer, regulate the lending of money, provide criminal penalties
HB102
Notice, legal, newspaper qualifications, Sec. 6-8-60 am'd.
HB40
Code of Alabama 1975, certain code sections generally, obsolete or unenforceable repealed, telecommunication supervision and inspection fee, reduced and then repealed, code commissioner to identify inactive boards, etc., Secs. 2-2-110 to 2-2-114, inclusive, 2-17-26, 3-1-20, 3-1-23 to 3-1-25, inclusive, 5-14A-1 to 5-14A-8, inclusive, 5-16-1 to 5-16-53, inclusive, 9-2-16, 9-11-52, 9-11-235.1, 9-11-247 to 9-11-249, 9-11-262, 9-11-306, 9-12-2, 9-12-45, 9-12-112, 11-47-12, 12-21-92, 13A-11-222, 13A-11-223, 13A-12-1, 13A-12-2, 13A-14-3, 13A-12-5, 14-1-8 to 14-1-11, inclusive, 14-1-13, 14-3-1, 14-3-6 to 14-3-8, inclusive, 14-3-11, 14-3-33, 14-3-39, 14-3-41, 14-3-42, 14-3-46, 14-3-48, 14-3-49, 14-3-50 to 14-3-53, inclusive, 14-3-56, 14-3-59, 14-3-60, 14-4-1, 14-4-3, 14-4-7, 14-4-8, 14-5-7, 14-5-9, 14-5-30 to 14-5-37, inclusive, 14-6-60 to 14-6-62, inclusive, 14-6-81 to 14-6-85, inclusive, 14-6-86 to 14-6-92, inclusive, 14-6-98, 14-6-100 to 14-6-102, inclusive, 14-6-105 to 14-6-108, inclusive, 14-8-33, 14-9-3, 14-10-3, 14-11-1 to 14-11-3, inclusive, 14-11-5, 15-4-11, 16-6-1 to 16-6-6, inclusive, 16-15-1 to 16-15-13, inclusive, 16-17-1 to 16-17-19, inclusive, 16-29-1 to 16-29-6, inclusive, 16-60-210 to 16-60-221, inclusive, 20-1-28 to 20-1-30, inclusive, 21-3-4 to 21-3-8, inclusive, 22-13-1, 22-6-5.1, 22-52-50 to 22-52-58, inclusive, 22-52-70 to 22-52-72, inclusive, 25-1-2, 27-1-8, 27-1-9, 27-26-20 to 27-26-43, inclusive, 28-3-17, 30-1-3, 30-2-12, 30-4-3, 31-9-7, 32-4-3, 32-4-4, 34-6-6, 34-6-9, 34-6-14, 37-8-160, 37-8-213, 40-12-76, 40-12-77, 40-12-85, 40-12-86, 40-12-95, 40-12-109, 40-12-119, 40-12-120, 40-12-132, 40-12-142, 40-12-164, 40-12-170, 40-12-173, 40-12-175, 40-12-423, 40-20-14, 41-6A-8 to 41-6A-11, inclusive, 41-8A-3, 41-8A-5 to 41-8A-12, inclusive, 41-9-220, 41-9-900 to 41-9-906, inclusive, repealed

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