Ed Oliver

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 81
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Ed Oliver from Dadeville, AL.

  • Postal Office Box 277
    Dadeville, AL 36853
  • Phone: 334-803-1889
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Political Information

Known political history for Ed Oliver from Dadeville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 81, 2018, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 81, 2018-present

Professions Information

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  • Pilot, Air Evac Lifeteam

Election History

Ed Oliver from Dadeville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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Relating to state income tax credits for rural physicians; to designate Sections 40-18-130, 40-18-131, and 40-18-132, Code of Alabama 1975, as Division 1 of Article 4A of Chapter 18 of Title 40, Code of Alabama 1975; to terminate the income tax credit authorized for a rural physician under the existing Article 4A of Chapter 18, Title 40, Code of Alabama 1975, effective December 31, 2023; to provide that any physician who claimed the credit or claims the credit under the existing Article 4A for the tax year ending on December 31, 2023, would be authorized to continue to claim the credit under the prior law until the credit period authorized under the prior law for that physician expires; to add Division 2 to Article 4A of Chapter 18, Title 40, Code of Alabama 1975, to further provide for a rural physician income tax credit; to provide definitions; to modify the requirement for residence and practice in a rural community; to remove the requirement for hospital privileges in a rural community; and to require the State Board of Medical Examiners to certify physicians who qualify for the income tax credit.
To make an appropriation of $389,327 from the Education Trust Fund to Southern Preparatory Academy, formerly Lyman Ward Military Academy, in Camp Hill, Alabama for the support and maintenance of the educational program of the institution, for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2024; to provide that the appropriation is subject to certain provisions of the Code of Alabama 1975; to require an operations plan and an audited financial statement prior to the release of any funds; and to require an end of year report.
Relating to the Alabama Medical Liability Act of 1996; to amend Section 6-5-549.1 of the Code of Alabama 1975, to provide that the term "health care provider" as used in that act and the Alabama Medical Liability Act of 1987 would include emergency medical services personnel and any emergency medical provider service.
Relating to Tallapoosa County, to revise the salary of the sheriff.
Relating to assisted living facilities; to amend Section 22-21-25, Code of Alabama 1975, to create the Alabama Assisted Living Board of Mitigation to resolve conflicts between certain assisted living facilities and the Alabama Department of Public Health; and to provide for the membership and duties of the board.
Relating to education; to provide prohibitions on the promotion, endorsement, and affirmation of certain divisive concepts in certain public settings; and to authorize certain penalties for violation.

Rural physicians, income tax credit for practice of medicine in a rural area, conditions and limitations, Secs.40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 terminated after tax year 2022, new credit effective January 2023, Bd. of Medical Examiners to certify eligible doctors, Secs. 40-18-133, 40-18-133.1, 40-18-133.2 added; Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 repealed
Boards and commissions, state 911 Board, certification of public safety telecommunications, duties of telecommicators further provided, reasonable alternative method for responding to emergency calls, further provided, Sec. 11-98-11 am'd.
Education and training, divisive concepts, prohibits teaching of the concepts under certain circumstances, allows teaching of the concepts in public institutions of higher education as long as assent to the concept is not compelled
Natural Death Act, certification of surrogate to make end of life health care decisions, notarization requirement removed, Sec. 22-8A-11 am'd.
Emergency medical services, declared to be for a public purpose
Community development districts, entertainment districts, establishment authorized under certain conditions, Sec. 35-8B-3 am'd.
Labor, prohibits state and political subdivisions from teaching divisive concepts relating to race or sex in training, prohibits same for state contractors, Dept. of Labor to review state agency training programs

Firearms,permitless carry, process for seized pistols amended, Secs. 13A-11-50, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-74 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-84 am'd.
Catfish, size and number limit, no size or number limit, rule of Conservation and Natural Resources superseded
Pubic safety, emergency telephone service, procedure for responding to emergency calls by 911 operator, further provided, reasonable alternative method for responding under certain circumstances, required, Sec. 11-98-11 am'd.
Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., feral swine, rules re transportation and release, penalties, specified penalty for transportation deleted, transportation of feral swine not a criminal offense, Sec. 9-11-72 am'd.
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
Firefighters, occupational disease, to provide further for which cancers are included within meaning of firefighter's occupational disease, Sec. 11-43-144 am'd.
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
Pharmacy benefits managers, practices relating to patient steering, price discrimination, fiduciary duty to client, price disclosure, etc. regulated, Dept of Insurance, duties and authorities revised, Act 2019-457, 2019 Reg. Sess., sections amended and renumbered; Secs. 27-45A-6 to 27-45A-11, inclusive, 27-45A-13 added; Secs. 27-45A-3, 27-45A-4, 27-45A-5 am'd.
Ad valorem tax on real property, senior property tax appraisal for persons age 70 or older on principal residence used for 10 years, appraisal value frozen on immediate prior year, exceptions, rules by Revenue Dept.
Onsite Wastewater Board, privately owned wastewater systems exempt from regulation by the board, Sec. 34-21A-10 am'd.
Medicaid, increase reimbursement rates for certain ambulance services
Taxation, County Boards of Equalization, valuation procedures further provided, Secs. 40-2-18, 40-3-21, 40-3-25, 40-7-25 am'd.
Utilities, governmental entities, prohibited from adopting or enforcing policies that prohibit the connection or reconnection of utility services
Crimes and offenses, crimes of riot and inciting to riot, harassment, and assault II, amended, crimes of assault against a first responder, aggravated riot, and unlawful traffic interference, created, mandatory holding period for certain violations, provided, mandatory incarceration period for certain violations, provided, exceptions to sovereign immunity, further provided, restrictions on distribution of revenue to defunding jurisdictions, provided, Secs. 13A-11-3.1, 13A-11-5.1, 13A-11-8.1 added; Secs. 12-25-32, 13A-6-21, 13A-6-132, 13A-11-1, 13A-11-3, 13A-11-4, 13A-11-8, 13A-11-70, 15-13-2, 36-1-12, 36-2-1 am'd.
Doxing, crime of created, penalties
Schools, public K-12, athletic events allowing competition by one biological gender against another prohibited unless the event specifically includes both genders
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
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.
Building Exceptional School Board Team Act (BEST), provides further for boardsmanship standards, training, and discipline of local bd. of education members, Sec. 16-1-41.1 repealed; Secs. 16-8-1, 16-11-2 am'd.
Firearms, Alabama Firearms Protection Act, prohibitions on enforcement of certain federal firearm laws, provided
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
State government, Presidental Executive Orders, Legislative Council may order review thereof, prohibition on implementation, provided
Pistol permits, active member of U.S. Armed Forces and an honorably discharged veteran, issuance without payment of fee, Sec. 13A-11-75.1 am'd.
Watercraft, operation of, boater safety certification requirements, further provided, Secs. 32-5A-191.3, 33-5-51, 33-5-52, 33-5-72 am'd.
Abortion, physicians, duty of care owed to babies born alive after failed abortion, criminal penalties, definitions further provided
Telephone communications, knowing and intentionally misleading use of inaccurate caller identification information, prohibited
Consumer Protection, Alabama Consumer Privacy Act, created, allow consumers to opt in or out to sale of personal information with certain conditions, require business collecting data to make certain disclosures, violation or deletion of, Deceptive Trade Practices Act
Tax incentives, prohibits censorship of posts or comments on websites receiving state or local tax incentives, provides exceptions, remedies
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
Bail, criminal cases, creates Aniah's law, const. amend
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.
Volunteer rescue squads, taxation, registration fees and ad valorem taxes for utility trailers, exemptions provided for, Sec. 32-11-2 am'd.

Tallapoosa Co., Willow Point Estates, platted subdivisions, local laws authorized to establish road maint. districts, referendums, assessments for road maint, const. amend.
Taxation, registration fees and ad valorem taxes for utility trailers, exemptions provided for, Sec. 32-11-2 am'd.

HB 609
E911 responders, required to stay on phone until person is connected with appropriate provider, Sec. 11-98-11 am'd.
HB 526
Alexander City, corp. limits alt.
HB 525
Tallapoosa Co., Willow Point Subdivision, estab. of road maint. district, referendum, fees, bd. of directors
HB 524
Tallapoosa Co., platted subdivisions, local laws authorized to establish road maint. districts, referendums, assessments for road maint, const. amend.

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