Elaine Beech

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Status: Out of Office
Party: Democrat
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Birthday: March 16, 1960 62

Education Information

Known educational history for Elaine Beech from Chatom, AL.

  • BS, Pharmacy, Auburn University, 1983

Political Information

Known political history for Elaine Beech from Chatom, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 65, 2018, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 65, 2009-2018
  • Member, Washington County Board of Education

Professions Information

Known professional history for Elaine Beech from Chatom, AL.

  • Former Owner, Small Business

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Elaine Beech from Chatom, AL.

  • Former Member, Ways and Means General Fund Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Rules Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Health Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Elaine Beech from Chatom, AL.

  • Member, National Wild Turkey Federation
  • Member, National Rifle Association
  • Member, Chatom Baptist Church
  • Member, Alabama Pharmacy Association
  • Member, Alabama Cattlemen's Association
  • Member, Leadership Washington
  • Member, Auburn Alumni Association

Election History

Elaine Beech from Chatom, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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HB 457
Pharmacies, pharmacy records, auditing procedures, further provided for, recoupment limited under certain conditions, Secs. 34-23-181, 34-23-183, 34-23-184, 34-23-185, 34-23-186 am'd.
HB 299
Pharmaceutical Services Providers, may petition Dept. of Revenue for direct refund of overpayment of supplemental privilege tax, Sec. 40-26B-9 am'd.
HR 464
Donald, James S., outstanding professional achievement, commended
HR 463
Fuller, Tommy, outstanding professional achievement, commended
HJR 471
Donald, James S., outstanding professional achievement, commended
HJR 470
Fuller, Tommy, outstanding professional achievement, commended
HJR 405
David Howell Road, County Road 12 in Washington County, named
HR 384
Auburn University Mens Basketball Team, commended
HJR 392
Auburn University, mens basketball team, commended
HJR 343
Sidney Adkins - Commending
HJR 334
Todd, Representative Patricia, distinguished legislative service, commended
HB 171
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HJR 333
Morrow, Representative Johhny Mack, distinguished legislative service, commended
HJR 332
Lindsey, Representative Richard, distinguished legislative service, commended
HJR 331
Knight, Representative John, distinguished legislative service, commended
HJR 330
Ford, Representative Craig, distinguished legislative service, commended
HJR 329
Black, Representative Marcel, distinguished legislative service, commended
HJR 328
Buskey, Representative James E., distinguished legislative service, commended
HR 342
Sidney Adkins - Commending
HR 234
Mitchell, Jane J., 100th birthday, commended
HJR 251
William Jessie Wheat Memorial Highway, portion of Highway 43 in Washington Co., named
HJR 235
Mitchell, Jane J., 100th birthday, commended
HR 213
Johnson, Carrie Mae, death mourned
HJR 170
Endometriosis Awareness Month, March 2018, recognized
HR 175
Endometriosis Awareness Month, March 2018, recognized
HB 62
Washington Co., coroner, expense allowance, increase authorized, co. commission may increase thereafter
HB 61
Pharmacy, State Board of, outsourcing facilities, annual permit required, Secs. 34-23-1, 34-23-32 am'd
HB 60
Day care centers, influenza vaccine, information to parents, required
HB 42
Washington Co., court costs, add'l in district and circuit court, distrib. of funds for security at courthouse
HJR 56
Wheat, William Jessie, death mourned
HJR 31
Keahey, Ronnie E., death mourned
HJR 30
Howell, David Claude, inducted into the Washington County Hall of Fame, posthumously recognized
HR 62
Wheat, William Jessie, death mourned

HB477
Supplemental appropriation, from State General Fund to Alabama Forestry Commission for fiscal year ending September 30, 2017.
HB362
Washington Co., gas and diesel fuel tax, sales and use tax, and leasing tax authorized, referendum
HB361
Washington Co., motor vehicles tags and title, one-stop tag, deposit of mail order fees in Probate Judge Fund, Act 2014-148, 2014 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB360
Washington Co., sheriff, service of process, fee authorized, sheriff's law enforcement fund established, distribution of funds provided for
HB313
Forest products severance and manufacturers tax, revised, wood residue used in manufacturing process excluded from tax, Secs. 9-13-80, 9-13-81, 9-13-82, 9-13-84, 9-13-86, 9-13-88, 9-13-93, 9-13-104, 9-13-108 am'd.
HB289
Washington Co., business licenses, renewals by mail, license plates, online renewals, fees authorized
HB170
Pharmacy, State Board of, practice of pharmacy further regulated, inspectors renamed investigators, maximum fees increased, frequency of drug supply chain registration increased, further regulation of entities within drug supply chain provided, resale of compound drug products prohibited, pharmacy technicians, licensure and regulation, Sec. 34-23-32.2 added; Secs. 34-23-152 to 34-23-157, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 20-2-9, 20-2-190, 34-23-1, 34-23-3, 34-23-9, 34-23-30, 34-23-32, 34-23-32.1, 34-23-33, 34-23-70, 34-23-92, 34-23-131, 34-23-159, 34-23-160, 34-23-162 am'd
HB156
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HB62
Municipality, telecommunication services, right-of-way, compensation required to be cost based, Sec. 11-50B-3 am'd.
HB53
Schools, nutrition, federal funds, use for farm to school program for farm products, competitive bid exception based on federal small purchase threshold, Secs. 16-1-46, 16-13B-2 am'd.

HB561
Washington Co., co. commission, excise tax on gasoline, authorized, referendum
HB522
Choctaw Co., court costs, Legislature authorized to provide by general or local law, prior local laws ratified, const. amend.
HB507
Marengo Co., probate office, co. commission authorize to provide mail fee
HB463
Washington Co., sales and use tax, leasing tax, county commission authorized to levy, collection, distrib. to county general fund, referendum
HB429
Washington Co., sales and use tax, county commission authorized to levy, collection, distrib. to county general fund, referendum
HB363
Washington Co., probate office, business licenses, co. commission authorize to establish mail fee
HB304
Pharmacy, State Board of, training of pharmacy technicians regulated, Sec. 34-23-92 am'd.
HB279
Education, State Superintendent of Education may certify organizations to assist in providing local board of education member training, newly elected or appointed members required to take orientation provided by local superintendent of education, Sec. 16-1-41.1 am'd.
HB273
Washington Co., sheriff, service of process, fee authorized, sheriff's law enforcement fund established, distribution of funds provided for
HB272
Prescription drugs, indication that use of generic drug not allowed, notation by prescribing physician, Sec. 16-25A-18 am'd.
HB260
Pharmacy, State Board of, facilities providing dialysate, drugs, or devices for home rental dialysis exempt from regulation, Sec. 34-23-77 added
HB229
Choctaw Co., sheriff, service of process, fee authorized, sheriff's law enforcement fund established, distribution of funds provided for
HB223
Income tax credits, increase for rural physicians and dentists, Sec. 40-18-132 am'd.
HB180
Income tax credit, to physicians, physician assistants, and advanced practice nurse for providing clinical rotation in community based health clinics
HB14
Choctaw Co., retirement benefits, Co. Revenue Commissioner to receive simultaneously supernumerary retirement benefits and benefits from Teachers' Retirement System related to separate time periods

HB561
Washington Co., co. commission, excise tax on gasoline, authorized, referendum
HB522
Choctaw Co., court costs, Legislature authorized to provide by general or local law, prior local laws ratified, const. amend.
HB507
Marengo Co., probate office, co. commission authorize to provide mail fee
HB463
Washington Co., sales and use tax, leasing tax, county commission authorized to levy, collection, distrib. to county general fund, referendum
HB429
Washington Co., sales and use tax, county commission authorized to levy, collection, distrib. to county general fund, referendum
HB363
Washington Co., probate office, business licenses, co. commission authorize to establish mail fee
HB304
Pharmacy, State Board of, training of pharmacy technicians regulated, Sec. 34-23-92 am'd.
HB279
Education, State Superintendent of Education may certify organizations to assist in providing local board of education member training, newly elected or appointed members required to take orientation provided by local superintendent of education, Sec. 16-1-41.1 am'd.
HB273
Washington Co., sheriff, service of process, fee authorized, sheriff's law enforcement fund established, distribution of funds provided for
HB272
Prescription drugs, indication that use of generic drug not allowed, notation by prescribing physician, Sec. 16-25A-18 am'd.
HB260
Pharmacy, State Board of, facilities providing dialysate, drugs, or devices for home rental dialysis exempt from regulation, Sec. 34-23-77 added
HB229
Choctaw Co., sheriff, service of process, fee authorized, sheriff's law enforcement fund established, distribution of funds provided for
HB223
Income tax credits, increase for rural physicians and dentists, Sec. 40-18-132 am'd.
HB180
Income tax credit, to physicians, physician assistants, and advanced practice nurse for providing clinical rotation in community based health clinics
HB14
Choctaw Co., retirement benefits, Co. Revenue Commissioner to receive simultaneously supernumerary retirement benefits and benefits from Teachers' Retirement System related to separate time periods

HB698
Prescriptions, privilege tax on pharmaceutical service providers, minimum amount requirement removed, Secs. 40-26B-2 am'd.
HB581
Taxation, business privilege, maximum due increased, financial institution excise tax return due date revised, Secs. 10A-2-16.22, 40-14A-22, 40-14A-25 am'd.
HB497
Washington Co., judge of probate, add'l fee on deed or mortgage tax documents, collected and distributed into the Washington Co. Probate Judge Fund for the judge of probate, disposition of fees, Act 95-220, 1995 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB483
Washington Co., law enforcement officer, retirement, badge and duty weapons provided
HB393
Controlled Substances Prescription Database, access by certain employees of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency authorized, disclosure of certain data for certain educational and research activities, Secs. 20-2-91, 20-2-214, 20-2-215 am'd.
HB321
Income tax credit, to physicians, physician assistants, and advanced practice nurse for providing clinical rotation in community based health clinics
HB317
Education, State Board of, intervention in educational operations of local boards of education, conditions warranting intervention revised, Sec. 16-6E-4 am'd.
HB285
Cosmetology and Barbering, Alabama Board of, schools of cosmetology and barbering, provide training programs above secondary level, Secs. 34-7B-1, 34-7B-26 am'd.
HB263
Hospitals, elderly, influenza vaccine required to be offered to inpatients between October and March
HB57
Economic development, incentives under the Alabama Jobs Act further provided for, loans in targeted counties by the State Industrial Development Authority authorized, Alabama Veterans and Targeted Counties Act, Secs. 40-18-376.1, 40-18-376.2 , 41-10-45.1 to 41-10-45.6, inclusive, added

HB34
Taxation, business privilege, maximum due increased, financial institution excise tax return due date revised, Secs. 10A-2-16.22, 40-14A-22, 40-14A-25 am'd.

HB8
Prescription drugs, privilege tax, supplemental tax, distrib., approval of increase by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

HB596
Taxation, certain foods exempt from sales and use tax annually at start of the season of Lent and ending last day of season
HB547
Contractors, public works contracts, timely payments, contractor required to timely pay a subcontractor for work completed, Sec. 8-29-3 am'd.
HB481
Human Trafficking Safe Harbor Act, crimes of prostitution, sexually exploited children, conviction or delinquency adjudication of prostitution prohibited under certain conditions, retention of jurisdiction by juvenile court, additional fines, counseling required, detention of foreign nationals under certain conditions, Sec. 13A-12-123 added
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.
HB469
Athletic scholarships, limit of 4 awarded to out-of-state students at junior colleges
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.
HB460
Washington Co., judge of probate, motor vehicles, one-stop tag purchase, certain duties of revenue commissioner transferred to, license renewal by mail, distrib. of fees
HB436
Choctaw Co., county commission, compensation, operation and supervision of county roads and bridges, employment of county engineer, referendum, Act 88-402, 1988 Reg. Sess.; Sec. 45-12-70 repealed
HB415
Health, diabetes and obesity, Public Health Department required to submit annual action plans to the Legislature, proposed implementation of budget
HB406
Title loan business, licensure and regulation of, charges concerning title loans, definitions, penalties, Alabama Title Loan Act
HB387
Employees' Retirement System, one-time lump-sum additional payment to retirement allowance of certain retirees and beneficiaries
HB345
Alabama Workforce Council, created, duties, workforce development, membership, advisement of Postsecondary and Education Departments, administration by Commerce Department
HB344
State employee benefits, employee to receive summary of annually
HB291
Health Department, Palliative Care and Quality of Life, State Advisory Council, appointed by State Health Officer, advisory capacity to department
HB289
Grandparents, visitation with grandchildren, petition procedure and burden of proof established, Sec. 30-3-4.1 repealed
HB288
State employees, cost-of-living increase authorized
HB287
Cost of living increase for certain retirees and beneficiaries beginning Oct. 1, 2014
HB238
Judge of probate, estates, bond of conservators, executors, administrators, liability limited unless grossly negligent, judicial immunity further provided for, Secs. 26-3-13, 43-2-82 am'd.
HB194
University of South Alabama, board of trustees, members, term decreased, chair pro tempore authorized to call special meetings, Secs. 16-55-2, 16-55-5, 16-55-6 am'd.

HB641
Public employees, to receive annual summary of benefits received from employer
HB640
Highways, outdoor advertising, Highway Beautification Act amended, definitions, spacing, conformance with federal law, Secs. 23-1-271, 23-1-274 am'd.
HB559
Local Control School Flexibility Act of 2013, provides for creation of innovative K-12 schools, flexibility contracts between local boards of education and the State Board of Education, and authorize State Board of Education to promulgate rules, Act 2013-64, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB492
Accountability Act of 2013, proposed by HB 84, 2013 Reg. Sess., Act 2013-__, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB462
Alabama Title Loan Act, licensure by Banking Dept., bonds, fees, penalties
HB359
Washington Co., sheriff, impoundment of motor vehicle used to transport drugs, fee, deposit, expenditure
HB334
Supernumerary ad valorem tax officials, cap on compensation increased, Sec. 40-6-3 am'd.
HB330
Aircraft, manufacturers of commercial aircraft or aircraft parts, statute of limitations, statute of repose, forum non conveniens provided in civil liability actions, allocation of fault, Alabama Commercial Aviation Business Improvement Act of 2013
HB329
Criminal justice employees, including judges, district attorneys, law enforcement officers, etc., protection against disclosure of personal information, disclosure of by State Ethics Commission prohibited, Secs. 36-25-4.3, 41-13-7 am'd.
HB311
Health care facilities, injury caused by methamphetamine production, report to law enforcement, doctor/patient privilege not to apply
HB302
Gulf State Park, Legislature to approve sale or long-term lease of any state park property, development, submission of proposals, criteria, review by department, acceptance or rejection, proposal exempt from certain statutes, Chapter 14D of Title 9 repealed, Secs. 9-14D-1 to 9-14D-5, inclusive, repealed
HB299
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB278
Retirement, DROP reestablished, exceptions, Secs. 16-25-150, 36-27-170 am'd.
HB258
Smoking, in places of employment and public places, prohibited, State Board of Health to enforce, Alabama Smoke-free Air Act, Secs. 22-15A-1 to 22-15A-10, inclusive, repealed
HB237
Pharmacies, prescription drugs, destruction of unused or expired dispensed medication, Sec. 34-23-70 am'd.
HB225
Insurance, out-of-state insurers, investments, cash equivalents exempted from quality and diversity requirements, Sec. 27-41-39 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
HB213
Highway Finance Corporation, borrowing power clarified, Governor added as member of authority, proceeds of bonds, use by counties and municipalities to match federal funds, Secs. 23-1-174, 23-1-177, 23-1-178, 23-1-181 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
HB181
Hazardous waste disposal, fee for certain hazardous wastes, decreased, Secs. 22-30-4, 22-30B-2, 22-30B-2.1, 22-30B-4, 22-30B-4.1 am'd.
HB140
Income tax, tax credit for rehabilitation, preservation, and development of certain historic structures
HB123
Higher Education, colleges and universities and postsecondary education, institutions authorized to charge resident tuition for nonresident distance learning, Secs. 16-64-2, 16-64-4 am'd.
HB52
Ad valorem tax, homestead exemption from local taxes, disabled and person over 65, exemption restored for disabled without regard to income, exemption for residents disabled further provided for based on state taxable income, effect to substantially repeal Act 2012-313, 2012 Reg. Sess.; Sec. 40-9-21 am'd.
HB33
Board of Hearing Instrument Dealers, to provide further for definitions, remove specific fees and authorize board to set by rule, Secs. 34-14-1 to 34-14-9, inclusive, 34-14-11, 34-14-30, 34-14-32, 34-14-33 am'd.

HB781
Education Trust Fund (ETF), transfer of certain funds to State General Fund and to provide for repayment to the ETF, Sec. 29-9-2, 29-9-3 am'd
HB777
Washington Co., county commissions, expenditure on road construction equipment or debt limited until next term, transfer of certain funds to County Road and Bridge Fund
HB725
Cigarettes, user fee added, distrib., Sec. 40-25-2 am'd.
HB710
Methamphetamine laboratories (meth labs), decontamination and certificate of inspection by Health Department, public disclosure of location required to be recorded on website
HB670
Farm to School Procurement Act, established, coordination effort between Department of Education and Department of Agriculture and Industries to provide local grown food to schools, certain purchases of food by local board exempt from competitive bid law, Sec. 16-13B-2 am'd
HB588
Education, school grading system to be developed by State Superintendent of Education for K-12 schools
HB585
Legislative School Performance Recognition Program, established to reward high performing public K-12 schools
HB584
Psychology, practice further defined, unauthorized practice further regulated, definitions altered, confidential communications privileged, membership of Board of Examiners altered, continuing education; license renewal, proof of citizenship or legal status required for applicants for licensure, temporary licenses, emergency disaster licenses, reciprocal licensing, fine and penalty for unauthorized practice, civil procedure for enjoining unauthorized practice, certain fees increased, examinations of applicants, disciplinary evidence required by clear and convincing evidence, judicial review of board's orders, complaints of alleged misconduct, Secs. 34-26-1, 34-26-2, 34-26-21, 34-26-22, 34-26-40, 34-26-41, 34-26-42, 34-26-43, 34-26-43.1, 34-26-44, 34-26-45, 34-26-46, 34-26-47 am'd
HB583
TJ Atchison Spinal Cord Injury Research Act, Spinal Cord Injury Research Program, established, members, operations, duties, Department of Public Safety impose fines to fund program
HB577
Health care, licensed physician or health care provider, allowed to refuse to perform unnecessary medical services or services that could harm patient, Right to Professional Medical Judgment Act
HB556
Solid waste landfill, permits, prohibition against issuance by Alabama Department of Environmental Management and local governments of new permits pursuant to Act 2011-297 extended until after May 31, 2014, Act 2011-297, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 22-27-5.2 am'd
HB549
Gilbertown, corp. limits, alt.
HB539
Food stamps and welfare, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), persons convicted of drug related felony eligible for assistance if serving period of probation and completing or completed substance abuse program
HB431
School Board Governance Improvement Act, to require public affirmation of board members to certain principles of educational governance, to require training and continuing education of city and county boards of education, Secs. 16-8-1, 16-11-2 am'd
HB402
Transportation Dept, chief engineer, appointment by Director of Transportation as an exempt position under the state Merit System, Sec. 23-1-22, 23-1-23, 23-1-24 am'd
HB394
Pharmacies, records, audit, minimum and uniform standards established, procedures, appeals, Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act
HB355
Transportation Department, deputy directors, appointment by director of department with approval of Governor
HB354
Beer, cider, and wine, homebrewing in limited amounts by person 21 years of age or older for personal use authorized without taxation or licensure, penalties, convicted felon prohibited from homebrewing (2012-20414)
HB330
Alabama Department of Environmental Management, civil immunity to water suppliers who are in compliance or receive an exemption from ADEM, Sec. 22-23-35.1 added
HB328
Taxation, income tax credit for purchase and installation of irrigation systems, water wells and reservoirs by agricultural entities
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
HB60
Washington Co., circuit clerk, expense allowance, Act 84-549, 1984 Reg. Sess. repealed
HB59
Real property, mineral rights, revert to current property owner after 30 years under certain conditions
HB58
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine, State Board of Health required to classify as controlled substances, exemptions, removed from list of precursor chemicals maintained by State Board of Pharmacy, Secs. 20-2-20, 20-2-181 am'd.

HB2
Washington Co., judge of probate, fee for performing marriage, deposited in special account in county treasury, entire fee may be used by judge of probate for the general modernization of the probate office
HB1
Washington Co., judge of probate, fee for performing marriage, deposited in special account in county treasury, entire fee may be used by judge of probate for the general modernization of the probate office

HB630
Washington Co., county commission, compensation, operation and supervision of county roads and bridges, employment of county engineer, Act 84-535, 1984 Reg. Sess.; Act 91-282, 1991 Reg. Sess. repealed
HB599
Clarke Co., lodging tax, increased, Act 2004-264, 2004 Reg. Sess. am'd.; Sec. 45-13-243 am'd.
HB594
Clarke Co., solicitor's fee authorized equal to fee for Fair Trial Tax Fund, distrib. to circuit clerk and district attorney
HB562
Washington Co., solicitor's fee authorized equal to fee for Fair Trial Tax Fund, distrib. to circuit clerk and district attorney
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
HB467
Elder Abuse, Interagency Council for the Prevention of, established, members, duties, subject to Sunset Law, reports to Chief Justice of Supreme Court, Governor, and Legislature, Elder Abuse Prevention Act
HB451
Dental Examiners of Alabama, Board of, dentists and dental hygienists, regulation and licensure, substantially revised, Sec. 34-9-7.2 added; Secs. 34-9-2, 34-9-3, 34-9-5, 34-9-6, 34-9-6.1, 34-9-7, 34-9-8, 34-9-9, 34-9-10, 34-9-13, 34-9-15, 34-9-15.1, 34-9-16, 34-9-18, 34-9-20, 34-9-21, 34-9-22, 34-9-24, 34-9-26, 34-9-27, 34-9-28, 34-9-40, 34-9-41, 34-9-43, 34-9-44, 34-9-60, 34-9-63, 34-9-82, 34-9-89 am'd. (2011-20608)
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.
HB409
Persons, defined to include all humans from moment of fertilization, const. amend.
HB406
Environmental Management Department, issuance of permits to certain solid waste landfills, 24-month moratorium on issuance, duties to Environmental Management Department and Health Department (2011-20385)
HB405
Persons, defined to include all humans from moment of fertilization
HB399
Motor fuel tax, point of taxation moved from wholesaler to withdrawal from terminal, licensing and fees, distrib. of proceeds, penalties, Terminal Excise Tax Act, Secs. 40-17-171, 40-17-220, 40-17-221, 40-17-223 am'd.; Secs. 40-12-190 to 40-12-202, incl., 40-12-204 to 40-12-206, incl., 40-17-1, 40-17-2, 40-17-5 to 40-17-9, incl., 40-17-13, 40-17-14, 40-17-18 to 40-17-20, incl., 40-17-22, 40-17-30 to 40-17-40, incl., 40-17-43, 40-17-45, 40-17-49 to 40-17-52, incl., 40-17-70 to 40-17-74, incl., 40-17-74.1, 40-17-75 to 40-17-82, incl., 40-17-100 to 40-17-108, incl., 40-17-120 to 40-17-122, incl., 40-17-124, 40-17-125, 40-17-174, 40-17-200, 40-17-201, 40-17-203, 40-17-222, 40-17-240, 40-17-250, 40-17-290, 40-17-291 repealed (2011-20461)
HB390
County commission, county solid waste disposal service, volunteer fire department exempt from fees, Sec. 22-27-3 am'd.
HB389
Radio/alert notification communications districts, counties authorized to establish, board of directors, members, powers, duties, opt out provision (2011-21180)
HB381
Railroads, standards of stationary assembly points and mobile labor camps for maintenance-of-way employees, established, drinking water provided, Board of Health to adopt rules for mobile camps, investigations, inspection fees, distrib.
HB380
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
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
HB266
Beer, cider, and wine, homebrewing by adult persons for personal use authorized without taxation or licensure
HB248
Motor carrier, broker, or freight forwarder, fuel surcharges of, certain fuel cost disclosures and fuel cost reimbursements required, false or misleading information prohibited, certain information regarding timber and timber products required, Good Faith and Fair Practices Act
HB242
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB230
Income tax credit authorized for employers creating jobs, under certain conditions, Full Employment Act, Secs. 40-18-270, 40-18-271, 40-18-272 repealed; Act 2010-557, 2010 Reg. Sess. repealed
HB223
Supplemental appropriation from Education Trust Fund to Education Department for teachers certified by National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
HB210
Motor vehicles, low speed vehicles and mini trucks, licensure, restrictions, safety equipment title not required, Sec. 32-6-59 added; Secs. 32-8-31, 40-12-240 am'd.
HB208
Political campaigns, use of digitally altered pictures in negative way, prohibited, Sec. 17-5-16 am'd.
HB202
Physical Therapy Practice Act, substantially revised re licensing of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants, Secs. 34-24-190, 34-24-191, 34-24-192, 34-24-193, 34-24-210, 34-24-211, 34-24-212 am'd.; Secs. 34-24-194, 34-24-195, 34-24-196, 34-24-214, 34-24-216, 34-24-217 amended and renumbered; Secs. 34-24-213, 34-24-215 repealed; Secs. 34-24-194, 34-24-195, 34-24-199, 34-24-200, 34-24-215, 34-24-216, 34-24-217, 34-24-218, 34-24-219, 34-24-221 added
HB188
Agricultural tourist attractions, to be defined by rule and approved by Agriculture and Industries Department, application and renewal fees, directional signs under certain conditions (2011-20698)
HB182
Emergency management, Governor and local emergency management agencies, mutual aid agreements with federally recognized Indian tribes, authorized, Secs. 31-9-6, 31-9-9 am'd.
HB143
Solid waste, application filed with Environmental Management Department for new facility, local governing body approval, deemed denied if not approved within certain number of days, Sec. 22-27-48 am'd.

HB748
Infants, sudden unexplained infant death, Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigation Team, established, duties, coordination of county officials, law enforcement, medical or emergency personnel, immunity, Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigation Act
HB747
Corrections Department, certain employees who work inside a security fence under certain conditions, compensation increased
HB712
Teachers, local boards of education required to notify teachers of reduction in compensation due to loss of supplemental position, Sec. 16-24-12 am'd.
HB698
Family Resource Centers, Alabama Network of, adoption of rules regarding distribution of funds, publication of notice regarding rules in Alabama Administrative Monthly, Sec. 30-8-2 am'd.
HB640
Health benefit plans and prescription drugs, same copayment, coinsurance, deductible, and quantity limits within same employer group, drug changes
HB597
Municipalities, domestic violence statistics compiled and maintained by a municipality, posted on municipal website, Melanie Camp Act
HB528
Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, over-the-counter products, sales further regulated, on-line electronic verification system operated by Criminal Justice Information Center, penalties, Drug Abuse Task Force, established, members, Sec. 20-2-190 am'd.; Act 2009-283, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB519
Girls and Women in the Criminal Justice System, Commission on, established, composition, duties, compensation, operation, annual report to Governor and Legislature
HB413
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine, State Board of Health required to classify as controlled substances, exemptions, removed from list of precursor chemicals maintained by State Board of Pharmacy, Secs. 20-2-20, 20-2-181 am'd.
HB378
Class action lawsuits filed in Alabama, plan for undistributed funds to be distributed to Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Department if class members cannot be located, or if distribution to class is not economically feasible, or if class members do not make a claim to the class funds
HB368
Assault in the second degree, utility workers included as a protected class, utility worker defined, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.; Act 2009-586, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB335
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, new categories for members and former members of U. S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marines, established, fees, designs by Veterans' Affairs Department
HB266
Child custody or visitation, motion to stay proceeding pending adjudication of criminal charge involving parent, court to consider best interest of child
HB264
Alabama Residential Energy Code Board changed to Alabama Energy and Residential Codes Board, Model Energy Code replaced with Alabama Energy and Residential Codes, adoption of modern building and energy codes in compliance with federal law to be implemented by counties and municipalities, board members increased, certain farm structures excluded, sprinkler systems provided for, Secs. 41-23-80, 41-23-81, 41-23-82, 41-23-83, 41-23-84, 41-23-85 am'd.
HB263
Driving or operating a vehicle as defined (including vessels) under the influence of alcohol or drugs, criminal negligent homicide or assault in the first degree amended to include, Secs. 13A-6-4, 13A-6-20 am'd.

HB14
Elections, campaign funds, candidate seeking election to a statewide office, campaign funds raised and expended, limited
HB7
Campaign contributions and expenditures, Secretary of State required to maintain electronic database searchable by the public
HB6
Principal campaign committees and political action committees, contributions and expenditures, reporting to Secretary of State, periodic full disclosures of sources and amounts of contributions, frequency of reporting of contributions Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.
HB5
Campaign contributions, PAC to PAC transfers, prohibited, Sec. 17-5-15 am'd.
HB4
Elections, printed material, publication, distribution, or display of information relating to, disclosure of responsible person or entity, required, disclosure to include information by telephone, television, radio, Internet, or other electronic mass-media advertisement, Sec. 17-5-13 am'd.
HB3
Electioneering communications and paid political advertising, disclosure of source of funding required, exceptions, contributions by political committees further provided for, Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-8, 17-5-12 am'd.

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