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- Position: Out of Office
- Party: Republican
- Location: Prattville, AL -
- Birthday: November 22, 1935 85
Known educational history for H. Mac Gipson from Prattville, AL.
- Attended, Troy State University, 1977-1979
- Graduate, Starke Military School
Known political history for H. Mac Gipson from Prattville, AL.
- Candidate, Alabama House of Representatives, District 88, 2010
Known professional history for H. Mac Gipson from Prattville, AL.
- President/Owner, Gipson's Auto Tire Incorporated, 1981-2005
- Manager, Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, 1977-1981
- Manager, Sales, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, 1958-1977
- Sergeant, United States Army, 1954-1958
- Wholesale Division Manager, Jones Tire Company
Known congressional history for H. Mac Gipson from Prattville, AL.
- Member, Southern Growth Policies Board, 1996-present
- Board Member, State Department of Youth Services, 1995-present
Known organizational history for H. Mac Gipson from Prattville, AL.
- Member, American Legion, Post 122, present
- Member, Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center Board
- Member, Prattville Lion's Club
- Member, First United Methodist Church, Prattville, present
- Member, Autauga Cattlemans Association, present
- President, Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce
- President/Board Member, Alabama Tire Dealers Association, present
- Vice President, Children's First Board, present
- Autauga Co., sheriff, work release program and board, established, audit, Act 419, 1975 Reg. Sess. repealed and superseded
- Gangs, criminal street gang defined, membership prohibited, graffiti prohibited, murder as part of street gang activity made a capital offense, Street Gang Act, Sec. 13A-5-49 am'd.; Sec. 13A-6-26 repealed
- Funeral Service, Board of, mortuary service regulated, diversity in board membership, fees and fines increased, authorized agent and liability of funeral director substantially revised, Secs. 34-13-1, 34-13-7, 34-13-9, 34-13-11, 34-13-12, 34-13-20, 34-13-22, 34-13-23, 34-13-26, 34-13-50, 34-13-51, 34-13-53, 34-13-55, 34-13-56, 34-13-70, 34-13-72, 34-13-73, 34-13-74, 34-13-90, 34-13-111, 34-13-113, 34-13-114, 34-13-115, 34-13-116, 34-13-120 am'd.; Secs. 34-13-150, 34-13-151, 34-13-152 repealed
- State Employees' Health Insurance Plan, retiree sliding scale premium calculation required to be based on years of coverage in the plan or for time served in the United States Armed Forces or as an employee as defined in Sections 16-25A-1 and 16-25A-11, Secs. 36-29-1, 36-29-10, 26-29-19.7 am'd.
- Chattahoochee River, landfills and junkyards prohibited within certain distance of river
- Businesses or public employers, reguired to verify legal status of new employees through federal E-verify program, penalties
- 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.
- Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
- Mental Health Department, certain institutions, leasing, transferring, or management by nongovernmental entities, approval by Legislature required, Sec. 22-50-9 am'd.
- Elections, person who is convicted of certain election offense prohibited from serving in certain capacities
- Human trafficking, coercion or deception causing a person to work or to perform services having financial value or to perform certain sexual activities, prohibited, criminal penalties, Representatives Jack Williams and Merika Coleman Act (2010-20826)
- Autauga Co., judge of probate and revenue commissioner, duties regarding ad valorem tax sales transferred from judge of probate to revenue commissioner
- 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.
- Aliens, illegal, forfeiture of property acquired while illegal alien, procedures, exceptions
- Motor vehicles, driving without license or insurance or proof of legal entry into the United States, motor vehicle may be impounded, Secs. 32-6-18, 32-7A-4 am'd.
- Physical Therapy, Board of, members further provided for, Sec. 34-24-192 am'd.; Act 2009-27, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
- Building Code Council established, managed by Economic and Community Affairs Department, to adopt statewide minimum standards for building residential and commercial structures, certain farm structures exempt
- 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.
- Marriage and family therapy, insurance companies, health maintenance organizations, and health benefit plans required to provide coverage, Secs. 10-4-115, 27-21A-23 am'd.
- Housing Finance Authority, authorized to service loans that are not secured by eligible housing units, Secs. 24-1A-2, 24-1A-5 am'd.
- Private toll roads and bridges, Transportation Department to regulate rates
- Alabama High School Athletic Association, review by video of certain types of officiating calls during all state championship football games for its member schools, required
- Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, due notice and hearing required for licensee before citation issued or fine imposed, Sec. 28-3A-24 am'd.
- Ad valorem tax, motorcycles included in definition of motor vehicles, Amendment 373, (Section 217, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
- Mortgages, active duty military who die while deployed overseas, foreclosure proceedings against surviving spouse or estate prohibited under certain conditions, Military Family Relief Fund established
- Children First Trust Fund, receipts allocated for State Board of Education transferred to General Fund during fiscal year ending 2011
- Education Appropriations Act for fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, debt service on certain bonds, funding from Capital Improvement Trust Fund reduced, funding from Education Trust Fund increased, supplemental appropriation for debt service on certain Public School and College Authority bond swaps, appropriation to state agencies for fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, reappropriated, certain food stamp funds not to revert from Human Resources Department, use for child care, Act 2009-339, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
- Teachers' Retirement System, pension accumulation fund, accrued liability contribution rate authorized to be computed by Board of Control over a 30-year period, Sec. 16-25-21 am'd.
- Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
- Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriation
- Tuskegee University, appropriation
- Talladega College, appropriation
- 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.
- State of Alabama, counties and municipalities prohibited from issuing business licenses without proof of citizenship or legal status in United States
- Greenhouse gas emissions, state agency prohibited from adopting or enforcing a state or regional program to limit or regulate motor vehicle fuel economy or from implementing a cap and trade program without legislative authorization
- Federal law enforcement officers, permission of sheriff or Attorney General required before conducting arrest or search and seizure, district attorney required to prosecute violations, supremacy of sheriff as chief law enforcement officer of county declared
- Public K-12 education, responsibilities of state and local boards of education and schools, authorizers, and charter schools provided for, application process and renewal, revocation and closure of schools as public schools, application of existing law and exemptions from provided, Innovative Charter Schools Act
- Income tax, employer's deduction for health insurance premiums, compensation paid to qualifying employees for calculation of employer's deduction further provided for, Sec. 40-18-15.3 am'd.
- Ethics Code, Chapter 25 of Title 36, substantially revised and reorganized, Secs. 36-25-5, 36-25-11, 36-25-12, 36-25-14, 36-25-15, 36-25-16, 36-25-20, 36-25-21, 36-25-22, 36-25-23, 36-25-24, 36-25-25, 36-25-26, 36-25-31, 36-25-32, 36-25-40, 36-25-42, 36-25-43, 36-25-83 added; Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-2 am'd.; Secs. 36-25-3, 36-25-4, 36-25-5, 36-25-6, 36-25-7, 36-25-9, 36-25-10, 36-25-11, 36-25-13, 36-25-14, 36-25-15, 36-25-16, 36-25-17, 36-25-18, 36-25-19, 36-25-20, 36-25-21, 36-25-22, 36-25-23, 36-25-24, 36-25-26, 36-25-27, 36-25-29, 36-25-30 amended and renumbered; Secs. 36-25-8, 36-25-28 repealed
- Over-the-counter medications, sales and use tax exemption, Sec. 40-23-4.4 added
- Motor vehicles, three-stage graduated licensing, age requirements for licensed driver accompanying driver with learner's permit, restrictions on persons 16 or 17 years of age with Stage II driver's license further provided for, operation of hand held communication devices prohibited, Secs. 32-5-64, 32-6-7.2, 32-6-8 am'd.
- Ad valorem tax, classifications of property, aircraft, privately owned, noncommercial, included within Class IV Property, effective on adoption of const. amend., Sec. 40-8-1 am'd.
- Ad valorem tax, classifications of property, aircraft, privately owned, noncommercial, included within Class IV Property, Amendment 373 (Section 217, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
- Sex offenses, sexual conduct with child 16 to 18 years of age by teachers, counselors, coaches, school administrators, or other persons in substantially similar position of authority, prohibited, consent of child not a defense, penalties, Secs. 13A-6-61, 13A-6-64, 13A-6-66 am'd.
- Inmates, assigned to operate a motor vehicle on public roads or streets included within basic liability coverage for state employees, Sec. 36-1-6.1 am'd.; Act 2009-748, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
- Montgomery Co., Elmore Co., Autauga Co., occupational tax, levy prohibited, const. amend.
- Firearms, accessories, and ammunition manufactured in this state, under Commerce Clause of U. S. Constitution exempt from federal regulation, Firearms Freedom Act
- Health care, persons, employers, or health care providers, mandatory participation in any health care system prohibited, const. amend.
- Motor vehicles, text messaging or operating a handheld global positioning system (GPS) while operating a motor vehicle on public street, road, or highway prohibited, penalties
- Short-barreled rifles or short-barreled shotguns, possession, sale, receipt, obtaining, or use, in violation of federal law, prohibited, exceptions, penalties, Sec. 13A-11-63 am'd.
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