Clyde Chambliss

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

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Who is Clyde Chambliss?
Clyde Chambliss

After completing a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama in 1992, Clyde has resided, worked, and raised a family in Alabama Senate District 30.

In 1996, Clyde was elected to his first of three terms on the Autauga County Commission. He served as the body’s chairman from 2000-2008. During his tenure on the Commission, Clyde worked to forge a spirit of cooperation between city and county governments. Agreements for ambulance service, the metro jail, and the humane shelter were negotiated.

Autauga County’s participation in the financial commitment for construction of the Capitol Hill Robert Trent Jones golf course in Elmore County was spearheaded by Commissioner Chambliss in 1997. The course has been a tremendous catalyst for growth in the region.

As an employee of Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, Clyde was instrumental in forging a partnership between Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, Autauga County, the City of Prattville, the Autauga County Industrial Development Board, Marshall Construction and the Chamber of Commerce for the creation of the Interstate Business Park. Clyde has been active in the industrial recruitment process and has been a part of several successful recruitment efforts.

Clyde has completed Leadership Autauga County, Leadership Elmore County, and Leadership Alabama. Clyde has sat on numerous regional boards including: Central Alabama Aging Consortium, Central Alabama Regional Planning Commission, and the Montgomery Metropolitan Planning Organization.

Clyde and his wife Tara are the proud parents of three daughters – Kristen, Lauren, and Madison. All three daughters attended Autauga County Public Schools. Kristen, Lauren, and Madison are students at the University of Alabama.

Clyde is the Principle Engineer for Chambliss Engineering (CE). CE provides civil engineering services to local governments, developers and water systems primarily in Elmore and Autauga Counties. The growing business coupled with his community involvement earned Clyde recognition as one of the “Leading 40 under 40” by the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and the Montgomery Advertiser in 2002. Clyde was selected as the Business Leader of the Year in 2009 by the Chamber of Commerce Farm-City Committee.

In the midst of his civic and business responsibilities, Clyde has also served in leadership roles in the church. He has taught Sunday School, served on the Building Committee, and has served three terms as a deacon at Heritage Baptist Church in Prattville. He has used his expertise as an engineer and the resources of his business to help missionaries in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Micronesia to locate and disinfect water for their personal use as well as the people in their communities. He has made numerous trips to Nicaragua to assist Evangelism Missions, Inc. and Global Impact in installing piping systems, water storage tanks, and ultraviolet filters into rural schools that otherwise would have not had running water.

Clyde was elected to the Alabama State Senate in November of 2014 and currently serves on the following committees: Governmental Affairs; Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Development; Finance and Taxation General Fund; and is Chair of Local Legislation. Additionally, Senator Chambliss is Senate Majority Floor Leader.

Alabama Senate District 30 includes all or parts of Autauga, Chilton, Coosa, Elmore, and Tallapoosa Counties.

Status: Alabama State Senator for District 30
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 730
    Montgomery, AL 36130-4600
  • Phone: 334-261-0872
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL.

  • BS, Civil Engineering, University of Alabama, 1987-1992

Political Information

Known political history for Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 30, 2022
  • Senator, Alabama State Senate, District 30, 2014-present
  • City Councilor, City of Prattville, 2012-2014
  • Chair, Autauga County Commission, 2000-2008
  • Commissioner, Autauga County Commission, 1996-2000

Professions Information

Known professional history for Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL.

  • Principle Engineer, Chambliss Engineering, 1999-present
  • Employee, Central Alabama Electric Cooperative

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL.

  • Former Member, Joint Committee on Public Pensions, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Joint Legislative Task Force on Budget Reform, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Transportation and Energy Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, County and Municipal Government Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Committee, Alabama State Senate

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL.

  • Deacon/Sunday School Teacher, Heritage Baptist Church
  • Former Member, Montgomery Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Former Member, Central Alabama Regional Planning Commission
  • Former Member, Central Alabama Aging Consortium
  • Member, Long Range Planning Committee
  • Member, Evangelism Missions, Incorporated & Global Impact
  • Participant, Leadership Autauga
  • Participant, Leadership Alabama
  • Participant, Leadership Elmore

Election History

Clyde Chambliss from Prattville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Clyde Chambliss has sponsored.

SB263
Education, National Guard, to limit amount of private tuition reimbursed to eligible guard members, Secs. 31-10-20 to 31-10-25, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 31-10-2, 31-10-3, 31-10-4.1 am'd.
SB254
Child care, day care centers required to allow entry to parents and guardians during state public health emergency
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.
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.
SB139
Prattville, taxation, distribution of certain sales and use tax proceeds revised, Elmore County Commission to remit certain lodging tax proceeds to the City of Prattville, Secs. 45-1A-43, 45-26-246.05 am'd.
SB138
Autauga Co., school district ad valorem tax in Central and Daniel Pratt school zones, use for public school purposes in the district, const. amend.
SB127
Education, constitutional amendment, public K-12 schools required to play Star-Spangled Banner on schools and at school athletic events, const. amend.
SB84
Education, Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Program board, may meet electronically, Sec. 16-33C-4.1 am'd.
SB83
Airports, Alabama Airport Economic and Infrastructure Program, established within Transportation Dept., grants for improvements
SB81
Alabama Trust Fund, virtual meetings, provided for, operation of board provided for, Sec. 36-17-21 added.
SB72
Public contracts, exemption from certain bid requirements for certain educational entities providing meals under the Child Nutrition Program, Secs. 16-13B-2.1, 41-16-51.2 added.
SB71
Motor vehicles, license plates, county licensing official contract with a third party with county commission approval for print-on-demand validation decals, Sec. 32-6-64.2 added.
SB67
Federal Aid Highway Finance Authority, date for payment of principal and interest, further provided, Sec. 23-1-314 am'd.
SB66
Study Commission on Interagency Cooperation and Collaboration on the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Individuals, to extend dissolution date of the commission and provide for expenses, Act 2021-478, 2021 Reg. Sess. am'd.
SB65
Motorcycles, reflective protective headgear required, Sec. 32-5A-245 am'd.
SB64
Community development districts, entertainment districts, establishment authorized under certain conditions, Sec. 35-8B-3 am'd.
SB59
Pardons and Paroles Board, establishment of pilot program for small business development for ex-offenders, appropriations, at J.F. Ingram State Technical College, Sec. 41-29-320 repealed and superseded
SB47
Voting, paper ballot as integral part of state's electronic vote counting system, required, Sec. 17-7-23 am'd.
SB46
Elections, electronic vote counting systems, use of electronic vote counting systems capable of connecting to the Internet or cell phone networks, or that possess modem technology are prohibited, Sec. 17-7-21 am'd.
SB45
Income tax, historic structures, qualified rehabilitation, tax credits extended to 2027, residential structures disqualified, admin. by Historical Commission, Sec. 40-9F-36 am'd.
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.

SB398
Crimes and offenses, assault against a first responder, created, riot and inciting to riot, further provided, aggravated riot, and unlawful traffic interference, created, holding period after arrest, provided, penalties for defunding police, provided, Secs. 13A-11-3.1, 13A-11-5.1 added; Secs. 13A-6-21, 13A-11-1, 13A-11-3, 13A-11-4, 15-10-3 am'd.
SB393
Child abuse, law enforcement and Dept. of Human Resources, reports of suspected abuse require to be made to both law enforcement and Dept. of Human Resources, and delegate investigative duties between both, Secs. 26-14-1, 26-14-3 am'd.
SB392
Child abuse, law enforcement and Dept. of Human Resources, reports of suspected abuse require to be made to both law enforcement and Dept. of Human Resources, and delegate investigative duties between both, Secs. 26-14-1, 26-14-3 am'd.
SB373
Labor Dept., adoption of policies to recover improper overpayments of unemployment benefits
SB357
Motorcycles, reflective protective headgear required, Sec. 32-5A-245 am'd.
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
SB323
Corrections, to provide deduction of a prisoners sentence upon completion of qualifying programs, require DOC to adopt rules for administration of education incentive time, require approval of rules by Joint Legislative Prison Oversight Committee, Secs. 14-9-100 to 14-9-107, incl., added; Sec. 29-2-20 am'd.
SB297
Education, Alabama School Choice and Student Opportunity Act, limitation on the physical location of a public charter school, Sec. 16-6F-5 am'd.
SB286
Courts, Twenty-third Judicial Circuit, Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, DeKalb County, district judge, compensation and benefits, election
SB284
Voting, paper ballot as integral part of state's electronic vote counting system, required, Sec. 17-7-23 am'd.
SB283
Elections, electronic vote counting systems, use of electronic vote counting systems capable of connecting to the Internet or cell phone networks, or that possess modem technology are prohibited, Sec. 17-7-21 am'd.
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.
SB261
Professions and Businesses, design professional, contracts for professional services of, provided
SB259
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
SB257
Professions and Businesses, design professional, contracts for professional services of, provided
SB254
Redevelopment Authorities, qualification for directors, Sec. 11-54A-7 am'd.
SB221
Corrections Dept., to create Deputy Commissioner of Prison Rehabilitation within Dept. of Corrections, to create Deputy Director for Parolee Rehabilitation within Board of Pardons and Paroles, to create the Study Commission on Interagency Cooperation and Collaboration on the Rahabilitation and Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Individuals and to provide for its duties, to provide for membership, Sec. 14-1-1.5 am'd.
SB208
Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board, transferred to new chapter, definitions revised, registration of a principal master for one entity at a time, continuing education and emergency certificates authorized, Secs. 34-37A-1 to 34-37A-19, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-37-1 to 34-37-18, inclusive, repealed
SB166
Workers' compensation, firefighters, law enforcement officers, diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, reimbursed for certain out-of-pocket expenses, co's and municipalities required to maintain certain disability insurance coverage
SB141
Taxation, Victims of Crime and Leniency, Incorporated, exempt from state, county and municipal sales and use taxes
SB50
Legislature, President Pro Tem authorize to appoint designee to serve on Sunset Committee in his or her place, Sec. 41-20-4 am'd.
SB49
Utilities, counties, municipalities, authorities, transfer or use of public funds, for repair or replacement of private sewer laterals, authorized, recovery provided
SB48
Crimes and offenses, theft of shoplifting, crime created
SB47
Social Work Examiners, Board of, duties, board authorized to charge and collect fees to verify existence of current license, Sec. 34-30-57 am'd.
SB30
Coronavirus, immunity for certain entities from claims relating to contraction of or exposure to coronovirus

SB319
Municipal elections, mayor to provide earlier notice of elections and print and distribute ballots earlier, to require the city clerk to provide notice of all elections to the Secretary of State in writing, Secs. 11-46-22, 11-46-25, 17-11-12 am'd.
SB314
Elmore Co., sheriff, authorized to sell firearms to gun dealers with active business license for one year, Act 2007-325, 2007 Reg Sess., am'd, Sec. 45-26-231.02 am'd.
SB313
Elmore Co., lodging tax, co. commission authorized to levy, distrib.
SB287
Tallapoosa Co., Willow Point Estates, platted subdivisions, local laws authorized to establish road maint. districts, referendums, assessments for road maint, const. amend.
SB226
Corrections Dept., require a deputy commissioner for prisoner rehabilitation, relating to pardons and paroles, to require a deputy director for parolee rehabilitation, Sec. 14-1-1.5 am'd.
SB 138
Justices and judges, revise compensation received by retired justices and judges who are called to active duty, Secs. 12-18-10, 12-18-61 am'd.
SB 129
General Fund Appropriation Act, max. amount of annual approp, General Fund Reserve Fund and Capital Fund estab., unspent approps transfer to fund, General Fund Budget Reform Act
SB 126
Professions and Businesses, design professional, contracts for professional services of, provided
SB 97
Social Work Examiners, Board of, duties, board authorized to charge and collect fees to verify existence of current license, Sec. 34-30-57 am'd.
SB 96
Elmore Co., motor vehicle licensing division, transferred from judge of probate to revenue commissioner, salary of judge of probate and revenue commissioner further provided for, Secs. 45-26-81.40 to 45-26-81.46, inclusive, 41-26-242.20 to 41-26-242.26, inclusive, am'd and renumbered
SB 95
Public water utilities, regulation of certain private water system utilities in Class 8 municipalities, Sec. 37-4-2.1 am'd.
SB 65
Child support, cases may not be dismissed for failure to serve within specified time period
SB 64
Sheriff, office vacant or other circumstances, highest ranking deputy to serve, provisions re coroner repealed, Sec. 11-5-5 repealed.
SB 63
Motor vehicles, nonconforming low-speed vehicles, prohibited from use on public roads unless authorized by ordinance or resolution, conditions for authorization provided
SB 62
Crimes and offenses, theft of shoplifting, crime created
SB 43
Statewide 911 Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until October 1, 2024.
SB 42
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Contractors, Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until October 1, 2024.
SB 41
Counseling, Board of Examiners in, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 40
Athletic Commission, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2021.
SB 39
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 38
Public Service Commission, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 37
Plumbers and Gas Fitters Examining Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 36
Respiratory Therapy, State Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 35
Real Estate Appraisers Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 34
Electrical Contractors, Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 33
Auctioneers, State Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued to Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 32
Social Work Examiners, Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 31
Real Estate Commission, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2021.
SB 30
Polygraph Examiners Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2021.
SB 29
Private Investigation Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 28
Cosmetology and Barbering, Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 27
Securities Commission, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 26
Public Accountancy, State Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 25
Onsite Wastewater Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2023.
SB 24
Insurance Department, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 23
General Contractors, State Licensing Board for, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2023.
SB 22
Behavior Analyst Licensing Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 21
Psychology, Board of Examiners in, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 20
Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 19
Funeral Service, Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 18
Electronic Security Board of Licensure, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 17
Court Reporting, Board of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.
SB 16
Assisted Living Administrators, Board of Examiners of, sunset law review, subject to and continued until Oct. 1, 2024.

SB 370
Social Work Examiners, Board of, duties, board authorized to charge and collect fees to verify existence of current license, Sec. 34-30-57 am'd.
SB 351
Justices and judges, revise compensation received by retired justices and judges who are called to active duty, Secs. 12-18-10, 12-18-61 am'd.
SB 350
Tallapoosa Co., platted subdivisions, local laws authorized to establish road maint. districts, referendums, assessments for road maint, const. amend.
SB 349
Tallapoosa Co., Willow Point Subdivision, estab. of road maint. district, referendum, fees, bd. of directors
SB 327
Coosa Co., graphite, severance tax, Sec. 45-19-244.07 repealed; Secs. 45-19-244, 45-19-244.01, 45-19-244.02, 45-19-244.03, 45-19-244.05 am'd.
SB 326
Coosa Co., judge of probate, fees for remote access of records, authorized, disposition of funds
SB 323
Alexander City, corp. limits alt.
SB 317
Governor's Mansion Authority, Secs. 41-9-541, 41-9-542, 41-9-544, 41-9-545 am'd.
SB 304
Teachers, provisional teaching certificates, length of time for which emergency certificate is valid is extended from one year to two years, Secs. 16-3-16, 16-23-3, 16-23-16.1, 16-24C-3 am'd.
SB 287
Autauga Co., supt. of ed., appointment by co. bd. of ed., referendum
SB 223
Elmore Co., county engineer or chief engineer, duties, surpervison of employees, Sec. 45-36-130 am'd.
SB 182
Public water utilities, regulation of certain private water system utilities in Class 8 municipalities, Sec. 37-4-2.1 am'd.
SB 157
Mandatory Liability Insurance Law, definitions updated, eliminate four-month suspension of registration for second and subsequent violations, allow voluntary surrender of vehicle registration and license plate under certain conditions, Secs. 32-7A-2, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-8, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12 am'd.
SB 126
General Fund Appropriation Act, max. amount of annual approp, General Fund Reserve Fund and Capital Fund estab., unspent approps transfer to fund, General Fund Budget Reform Act
SB 120
Crimes and offenses, theft of shoplifting, crime created
SB 92
Dept. of Corrections, inmate escapes, expand notification requirement, Sec. 14-3-58 am'd.
SJR 89
Avery, Helen Grace Yarbrough, 90th birthday, commended
SB 82
Landscape Architects, Board of Examiners of, increase maximum fine from $250 to $2,500 per violation against a licensee, license application fee increased, Secs. 34-17-5, 34-17-25 am'd.
SB 44
Class 6 municipalities, golf carts, mun. may authorize on mun. streets, regulation, more restrictive ordinances authorized, penalties
SB 43
Autauga Co., lodging tax, co. commission authorized to levy, distrib.
SB 35
Permanent Joint Transportation Committee, technical corrections regarding Dept. of Transporation's long-range plan, long-range plan clarified, clarification of the Alabama Dept.of Transportation's duties and information requirements to the committee relating to the long-range plan, Sections 29-2-1, 29-2-2, 29-2-3, 29-2-4, 29-2-6, and 29-2-8 am'd.
SB 34
Parental rights, provide that a conviction of a parent for rape or incest is a ground for termination of parental rights if the rape or incest resulted in the conception of the child, Sec. 12-15-319 am'd.
SB 26
Voyeurism, crime created, criminalize the taking of a video or photo depicting intimate areas of a person without that person's consent, privacy, penalties
SJR 17
Artesian water, Autauga Co., designated official state water
SJR 16
Daugherty, Mack, professional achievement, commended

SB 2
Permanent Joint Transportation Committee, technical corrections regarding Dept. of Transporation's long-range plan, long-range plan clarified, clarification of the Alabama Dept.of Transportation's duties and information requirements to the committee relating to the long-range plan, Sections 29-2-1, 29-2-2, 29-2-3, 29-2-4, 29-2-6, and 29-2-8 am'd.

SB 387
Coosa Co., judge of probate, fees for remote access of records, authorized, disposition of funds
SB 386
Coosa Co., judge of probate, fees for scanning, faxing, and electronic transmittal of documents, authorized, disposition of funds
SB 385
Coosa Co., judge of probate, driver's license issuance fee, use for operation of office
SB 370
Forever Wild Land Trust, purchase of property in counties of 20,000 population or less, property may not exceed 11,000 acres, const. amend.
SB 359
Motor vehicles, mandatory liability insurance, second or subsequent violation, time period decreased for increased penalty, min. suspension period removed, Sec. 32-7A-12 am'd.
SB 345
General Fund Appropriation Act, max. amount of annual approp, General Fund Reserve Fund and Capital Fund estab., unspent approps transfer to fund, General Fund Budget Reform Act
SB 316
Engineers and Land Surveyors Board, licensing of professional engineers and land surveyors, definitions, board duties, disciplinary actions, competitive bids based solely on price or fee prohibited, civil enforcement, Secs. 34-11-9.1, 34-11-11.1, 34-11-11.2 added; Sec. 34-11-16 repealed; Secs. 34-11-1 to 34-11-15, inclusive, 34-11-30, 34-11-31, 34-11-32, 34-11-34, 34-11-35, 34-11-35.1, 34-11-36, 34-11-37 am'd
SB 306
Coosa Co., graphite, severance tax, Sec. 45-19-244.07 repealed; Secs. 45-19-244, 45-19-244.01, 45-19-244.02, 45-19-244.03, 45-19-244.05 am'd.
SB 281
Prattville, corp. limits, alt.
SB 253
Sales tax, licenses from Revenue Dept., two-year surety bond required with new or renewal sales tax license registration under certain conditions and certain non-compliant licenses, Sec. 40-23-6 am'd.
SB 217
State employees, certification by agency head required prior to certain travel in service of the state, Sec. 36-7-21 am'd.
SB 186
Court reporters, state salary tied to pay scale of Alabama Personnel Dept. Pay Plan for state employees, subject to cost-of-living and merit raises, provide pay for court reporter returning to state service, provide salary of supernumerary court reporters, Secs. 12-17-274, 12-17-292 am'd.
SB 185
State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2018.
SB 58
Crimes and offenses, theft of shoplifting, crime created
SB 57
Voyeurism, crime created, criminalize the taking of a video or photo depicting intimate areas of a person without that person's consent, privacy, penalties
SB 56
Competitive Bid law, purchase and installation of heating and air conditioning units for local boards of education, exempted when bid pursuant to purchasing cooperative and process approved by Dept. of Examiners of Public Accounts, Secs. 39-1-5, 39-2-2 am'd.
SB 55
Driver's licenses, restricted driver license authorized based on hardship, Sec. 32-6-12.1 am'd.
SB 54
Veterans, benefits, requiring dependent of a veteran with at least 20 percent but less than 40 percent disability rating to have been born on or before July 31, 2017, to be eligible for benefits under the Alabama G.I. and Dependent's Edu. Benefit Act, Secs. 31-6-4, 31-6-6 am'd.
SB 53
Appraisers and appraisal managerial companies, fees charged to be disclosed separately and distinctly, Alabama Real Estate Appraisers Board may adopt rules
SB 52
Motor vehicles, mandatory liability insurance, vehicle registration suspensions, reinstatement fees, percentage of fees county license plate issuing official authorized to retain, increased, Sec. 32-7A-12 am'd.
SJR 58
Joint Legislative Task Force on Budget Reform, continued
SJR 43
Joint Legislative Task Force on Budget Reform, continued
SB 26
Juvenile sex offenders, notification provided to school of low-risk sex offender expanded to include local super of edu. and bd of edu., change in school required to be reported to local law enforcement by juvenile sex offender, state board of edu. required to develop and local boards to adopt, model policy for monitoring juvenile sex offenders in school, Secs. 15-20A-27, 15-20A-30 am'd.
SJR 7
Sergeant William "Troy" Seamon Memorial Highway, portion of U.S. Highway 31 N in Autauga County, named

SB333
Tier II correctional officers, firefighters and law enforcement officers authorized to retire with full benefits after 25 years of service, Secs. 16-25-14, 16-25-21, 36-27-16, 36-27-24 am'd.
SB327
Motor vehicles, sales and loan transactions, guaranteed asset protection waivers authorized, coverage of loan balance if vehicle a total loss or stolen, Superintendent of Banks authorized to assess penalties, Secs. 8-37-1 to 8-37-9, inclusive, added
SB207
Capital crimes, aggravating circumstances if victim of a capital offense was a law enforcement or correctional officer, firefighter, paramedic, or emergency medical technician, Sec. 13A-6-22.2 added
SB174
Engineers and Land Surveyors, legislative intent regarding rule-making authority of Board of Licensure for provided regarding antitrust laws, Sec. 34-11-35.1 added
SB171
Engineers and Land Surveyors, legislative intent regarding rule-making authority of Board of Licensure for provided regarding antitrust laws, Sec. 34-11-35.1 added
SB104
Wholesale to Retail Accountability Program (WRAP) established, standardized reporting of beer and wine distributors and sellers of tobacco products for resale purposes, industry advisory group established
SB98
Autauga Co., revenue commissioner, salary and expense allowance
SB26
Driver's licenses issued to persons under age 18, restrictions, penalties for violations of Stage II driver's licenses, revised, Deputy Hart Act, Sec. 32-6-7.2 am'd.

SB415
Autauga Co., door to door sales, licensed required, business licenses, civil penalties for failing to obtain
SB400
Chiropractic Examiners, St. Bd. of, licensed chiropractors, continuing education requirement, board to provide by rule, Sec. 34-24-165 amd.
SB399
Lenders, requiring photo identification of applicant for loan offered over the Internet
SB372
Controlled substances, children, exposure to by mother, immunity from criminal liability upon good faith belief that use was pursuant to lawful prescription; reporting of chemical endangerment not required under certain conditions, Sec. 26-15-3.3 added
SB371
Elected state officials, Legislature authorized to recall by general law, const. amend.
SB305
Taxation, tax liability, payment of with money order or electronic funds prohibited, Sec. 40-29-70 am'd.
SB290
Sewage discharges to ground, unlawful, Sec. 22-26-5 repealed; Sec. 22-26-2 am'd.
SB252
Autauga Co., sheriffs, additional qualifications, continuing education, expense allowance and compensation
SB251
Autauga Co., sheriff, use of debit or credit card provided for
SB250
Autauga Co., coroner, benefits provided by county commission, reimbursement of certain expenses
SB191
State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2017.
SB173
Driver's licenses, penalties for violations of restrictions on Stage II driver's licenses, revised, Sec. 32-6-7.2 am'd.
SB74
Insurance, service contracts, term "road hazard" defined, service contracts related to motor vehicles further provided for, Sec. 8-32-2 am'd.
SB23
Child abuse, crimes and offenses, aggravated child abuse of a child under age of six, penalties, Sec. 26-15-3.2 added

SB415
Autauga Co., door to door sales, licensed required, business licenses, civil penalties for failing to obtain
SB400
Chiropractic Examiners, St. Bd. of, licensed chiropractors, continuing education requirement, board to provide by rule, Sec. 34-24-165 amd.
SB399
Lenders, requiring photo identification of applicant for loan offered over the Internet
SB372
Controlled substances, children, exposure to by mother, immunity from criminal liability upon good faith belief that use was pursuant to lawful prescription; reporting of chemical endangerment not required under certain conditions, Sec. 26-15-3.3 added
SB371
Elected state officials, Legislature authorized to recall by general law, const. amend.
SB305
Taxation, tax liability, payment of with money order or electronic funds prohibited, Sec. 40-29-70 am'd.
SB290
Sewage discharges to ground, unlawful, Sec. 22-26-5 repealed; Sec. 22-26-2 am'd.
SB252
Autauga Co., sheriffs, additional qualifications, continuing education, expense allowance and compensation
SB251
Autauga Co., sheriff, use of debit or credit card provided for
SB250
Autauga Co., coroner, benefits provided by county commission, reimbursement of certain expenses
SB191
State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2017.
SB173
Driver's licenses, penalties for violations of restrictions on Stage II driver's licenses, revised, Sec. 32-6-7.2 am'd.
SB74
Insurance, service contracts, term "road hazard" defined, service contracts related to motor vehicles further provided for, Sec. 8-32-2 am'd.
SB23
Child abuse, crimes and offenses, aggravated child abuse of a child under age of six, penalties, Sec. 26-15-3.2 added

SB501
Sales tax, exemption for certain motor vehicles exported or removed from this state, eliminated under certain conditions, Sec. 40-23-2 am'd.
SB469
Autauga Co., sheriff, participation in supernumerary program phased out, participation in Employees' Retirement System, Amendment 626 (Section 3, Local Amendments, Autauga County, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
SB395
School transportation, transporting students to and from extracurricular activities other than by bus, authorized, Sec. 16-27-1 am'd.
SB385
Board of Examiners of Landscape Architects, maximum administrative fine increased from $250 to $2,500, board authorized to assess costs against person found guilty, Sec. 34-17-5 am'd.
SB118
Certified public accountants, qualifications revised, education requirements revised, Sec. 34-1-4 am'd.
SB96
Counties, co. commission, operation, contracts with municipalities, contracts or employment with family members of commissioners clarified, self-funded property insurance, maintenance of annexed roads including evacuation route, bonding of employees of emergency communication districts, Secs. 11-1-10, 11-3-5, 11-30-1, 11-49-80, 11-98-4 am'd.
SB48
Wetumpka, draft beer, exceptions
SB47
Wetumpka, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, exceptions
SB46
Unemployment compensation, individual weekly benefit payment, formula for calculating altered, Sec. 25-4-73 am'd.

SB52
Manufactured Housing Commission, storm shelters, inspection of, Sec. 24-6-4 am'd.

SB28
Sales tax, exemption for certain motor vehicles, motorcycles, trucks, and semi-trailers exported or removed from this state, eliminated under certain conditions, Sec. 40-23-2 am'd.
SB14
Legislative, sessions to consist of organizational, regular of 20 day, budget of 10 days, and special sessions, Secs. 71.01 and 76 of Article IV of Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended, repealed, const. amend.

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