Jim Hill

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 50
Party: Republican
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Birthday: February 26, 1950 72

Contact Information

Known contact information for Jim Hill from Odenville, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 419
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0494
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Political Information

Known political history for Jim Hill from Odenville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 50, 2018,2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 50, 2014-present

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Jim Hill from Odenville, AL.

  • Former Member, Ethics and Campaign Finance Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Election History

Jim Hill from Odenville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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HB421
Employees' Retirement System, employment of retired law enforcement officers as correctional officers permitted without suspension of retirement allowance, Sec. 36-27-8.2 am'd.
HB420
St. Clair Co., board of registrars, appointment of additional members by county commission
HB384
Municipalities, mayor, serving on council when municipality population increases to over 12,000 and up to 25,000 pop., procedures to determine by council after census, Sec. 11-43-2 am'd.
HB345
St. Clair Co., sheriff, service of process, fee established, St. Clair Co. Sheriff's Service of Process Fee Fund, established
HB323
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.
HB221
Courts, Administrative Director of Courts required to submit a listing of judges to the Secretary of State that are to appear on the ballot for the next general election, Sec. 17-14-7 am'd.
HB55
Community punishment and corrections, to require every judicial circuit to establish a community punishment and corrections program, Sec. 15-18-187 added; Secs. 15-18-172, 15-18-176 am'd.
HB54
Alimony, termination upon cohabiting in a homosexual relationship, Sec. 30-2-55 am'd.
HB52
Criminal procedure, probation revocation, judge auhtorized to use discretion in the length of sentence a defendant must serve if revoked
HB51
Sentencing standards, to provide for resentencing of certain individuals convicted of nonviolent offenses, procedure for resentencing, Sec. 12-25-34.3 added.

HB632
Pardons and paroles, parole dates for prisoners serving consecutive sentences, certain regulations removed, Sec. 15-22-28 am'd.
HB594
Marriage, members of churches allowed to participate in traditional marriage ceremonies, Sec. 30-1-9.1 am'd.
HB584
Judicial compensation, to establish a uniform pay plan for circuit judges, district judges, appellate court judges, supreme court justices, and the chief justice of the supreme court, eliminate salary supplements and expense allowance, Sec. 12-17-68 repealed; Secs. 12-17-182, 36-15-3 am'd.
HB520
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.
HB421
Pardons and paroles, posthumous pardons, to further provide for who may be pardoned after death, Sec. 15-22-113 am'd.
HB412
Pardons and Paroles, mandatory supervised release of inmates, to further provide for supervision upon release, Sec. 15-22-26.2 am'd.
HB262
St. Clair Co., booking fee, imposed on each person booked in co. jail, co. commission to set fee under certain conditions, Act 2015-93, 2015 Reg. Sess, am'd.
HB201
Taxation, sales of land for taxes, conducted on premises of or within courthouse or courthouse annex, Sec. 40-10-15 am'd.
HB151
Municipal elections, dates for, revised, ballot printing requirements further provided for, time frames for run-off elections specified, Secs. 11-46-6, 11-46-21, 11-46-22, 11-46-25, 11-46-26, 11-46-55, 17-11-12 am'd.
HB144
Juvenile courts, jurisdiction over protection from abuse cases when defendant is a juvenile, Secs. 12-15-114, 30-5-2 am'd.
HB111
Emergency responders, Alabama Fire College authorized to provide certification to peer support members, Sec. 36-21-14 am'd.
HB110
Pardons and Paroles Board, require electronic monitoring for certain inmates upon release, to provide for implementation, provide nondriver photo identification upon release from DOC, Secs. 15-22-26.2, 15-22-29, 41-27-3.2 am'd.
HB109
Pardons and Parole Board, Dept. of Corrections, limits of confinement for parole and probation violations further provided for, require Dept. of Corrections to reimburse counties for housing parolees and probationers in certain circumstances, provide that the Dept. of Corrections responsible for health care costs of parolees and probationers in certain circumstances, Sec. 15-22-29, 15-22-32, 15-22-52, 15-22-54 am'd.
HB92
Pardons and Paroles Board, to provide for three special members, to provide appointment, compensation, and duties of the special members, term of service, Sec. 15-22-20 am'd.
HB75
Law enforcement officers, Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission (APOSTC), to provide mandatory crisis intervention training (CIT), provide continuing education
HB74
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.
HB73
Community punishment and corrections, to require every judicial circuit to establish a community punishment and corrections program, Sec. 15-18-187 added; Secs. 15-18-172, 15-18-176 am'd.
HB72
Pardons and Paroles, mandatory supervised release of inmates, apply certain sentencing provisions to certain defendants, Sec. 15-22-26.2 am'd.
HB71
Accountability courts, establish the Accountablility Court Commission with the judicial branch, to provide duties of the commission, to provide appointment and terms of its members, to provide for the reporting of information relating to diversion programs, Secs. 12-23B-1 to 12-23B-7, inclusive, added
HB24
Sentencing standards, to provide for resentencing of certain individuals convicted of nonviolent offenses, procedure for resentencing, Sec. 12-25-34.3 added.
HB23
Criminal procedure, provide that a judge may use discretion in the length of sentence a defendant must serve if his or her probation is revoked, Sec. 15-18-8 am'd.
HB22
Taxation, sale of land for taxes, location of sales, further provided, Sec. 40-10-15 am'd.

HB367
St. Clair Co., probate office, filing and recording fee provided, County Mental Health Advisory Board, provided
HB329
Sentencing standards, to provide for resentencing of certain individuals convicted of nonviolent offenses, Sec. 12-25-34.3 added.
HB313
St. Clair Co., compensation, add'l expense allowance for coroner, county commissioners, chair of the co. commission, and revenue commissioner
HB312
Criminal procedure, to revise the cricumstances in which a law enforcement officer may arrest an individual without a warrant, Sec. 15-10-3 am'd.
HB227
Crimes and offenses, provide that a judge may use discretion in the length of sentence a defendant must serve if his or her probation is revoked, Secs. 12-25-34, 12-25-34.2, 12-25-36, 15-18-8 am'd.
HB 185
Accountability courts, establish the Accountablility Court Commission with the judicial branch, to provide duties of the commission, to provide appointment and terms of its members, to require each judicial circuit establish an accountability court, require AOC to adopt rules relating to pretrial diversion programs and the Alabama Drug Offender Accountability Act, Secs. 12-23B-1 to 12-23B-11, inclusive, added; Secs. 12-17-226 to 12-17-226.18, inclusive, 12-23A-1 to 12-23A-13, inclusive, repealed.
HB 164
Ethics, filing of statement of economic interests by candidates for municipal office further provided for, Sec. 36-25-15 am'd.
HB 163
Municipal courts, pretrial diversion program, voluntary transfer authorized
HB 162
Community punishment and corrections, to require every judicial circuit to establish a community punishment and corrections program, Sec. 15-18-187 added; Secs. 15-18-172, 15-18-176 am'd.
HB 161
Criminal records, expunged of eligibility expanded to include convictions of misdemeanor offenses, traffic violations, and municipal ordinance violations, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2, 15-27-3,15-27-4, 15-27-6, 15-27-7, 15-27-8, 15-27-19 am'd.
HB 160
Drivers license, provide for the elimination of driver license suspensions in certain circumstances, Secs. 28-3A-25, 30-3-170, 30-3-179 am'd; Secs. 13A-12-290, 13A-12-291, 13A-12-292, 13A-12-293, 13A-12-294, 16-28-40, 16-28-41, 16-28-42, 16-28-43, 16-28-44, 16-28-45 repealed.
HB 91
Drug offenses, to amed certain drug offenses and provide for penalites, Secs. 13A-12-213, 13A-12-214 am'd.
HB 90
Crimes and offenses, to amend threshold amounts for theft of services offense, Secs. 13A-8-10, 13A-8-10.1, 13A-8-10.2, 13A-8-10.25, 13A-8-10.3 am'd.
HB 89
Crimes and offenses, receiving stolen property, to amend the threshold amounts for receiving stolen property offenses, Secs. 13A-8-16, 13A-8-17, 13A-8-18, 13A-8-18.1, 13A-8-19 am'd.
HB 88
Crimes and offenses, provide that a judge may use discretion in the length of sentence a defendant must serve if his or her probation is revoked, Secs. 12-25-34, 12-25-34.2, 12-25-36, 15-18-8 am'd.
HB 87
Crimes and offenses, amending the threshold amount relating to theft by fraudulent leasing or rental of property, Sec. 13A-8-144 am'd.
HB 86
Crimes and offenses, theft, to amend threshold amounts for theft of property offenses, Secs. 13A-8-1, 13A-8-3, 13A-8-4, 13A-8-4.1, 13A-8-5 am'd.
HB 85
Crimes and offenses, to amend threshold amounts for theft of lost property offense, Secs. 13A-8-7, 13A-8-8, 13A-8-8.1, 13A-8-9 am'd.
HB 84
Mayoral pardons, limit power so mayor may not remit fines or costs relating to, commute sentences for, or pardon any conviction for domestic violence, Sec. 12-14-15 am'd.
HB 83
Jails, county inmates, set costs for provision of medical care by hospitals, Sec. 14-6-19 am'd.

HB 614
Diversion programs, require every judicial circuit to establish a drug court program and mental health court program, community corrections, require every judicial circuit to establish a community punishment and corrections program, Sec. 15-18-187 added; Secs. 12-23A-4, 12-23A-9, 12-23A-12, 15-18-172, 15-18-176 am'd.
HB 612
Crimes and offenses, to amend threshold amounts for theft and receiving stolen property offenses, drug offense, amend sentences for certain drug offenses, create add'l drug offenses, relating to sentencing, clarify community corrections programs, Secs. 13A-12-211.1, 13A-12-212.1, 15-10-3.1 added; Secs, 13A-5-9, 13A-5-10, 13A-5-10.1, 13A-8-4.1, 13A-8-8.1, 13A-8-10.25, 13A-8-18.1, 13A-12-215, 13A-12-232, 13A-12-250, 13A-12-270 repealed; Secs. 12-25-34, 12-25-34.2, 12-25-36, 13A-5-6, 13A-5-8.1, 13A-12-231, 15-22-54, 13A-4-1, 13A-4-2, 13A-4-3, 13A-8-1, 13A-8-3, 13A-8-4, 13A-8-5, 13A-8-7, 13A-8-8, 13A-8-9, 13A-8-10, 13A-8-10.1, 13A-8-10.2, 13A-8-10.3, 13A-8-16, 13A-8-17, 13A-8-18, 13A-8-19, 13A-8-144, 13A-8-194, 13A-12-211 to 13A-12-214, inclusive, 13A-12-218, 40-17A-9,15-10-1, 15-20A-7, 15-20A-9 to 15-20A-18, inclusive, 15-20A-20, 15-20A-23, 15-20A-24, 15-20A-25, 15-20A-27, 15-20A-29, 15-20A-30, 15-20A-31, 15-20A-32, 15-20A-34, 15-20A-36, 15-20A-37, 15-20A-39 am'd.
HB 593
Springville, corp limits alt.
HB 512
St. Clair Co., abolish judicial division requirements relating to jail detainers, Act 1907-63, am'd.
HB 327
St. Clair Co., sheriff, add'l expense allowance
HB 320
St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages sold in state ABC stores, sales and use tax, add, distrib. for district attorney
HB 232
St. Clair Co., ad valorem tax, special school district add'l tax, procedures for levy, use for public school purposes in district where levied, const. amend.
HB 231
Dependency proceedings, juvenile court, attorney to be appointed for a petitioner, respondent parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian to cases in which state has filed a petition, Sec. 12-15-305 am'd.
HB 133
State funds, not earmarked to Education Trust Fund or State General Fund or constitutionally earmarked, exceptions, deposit in State General Fund, changes to Code of Alabama when reprinted
HB 132
Juvenile Justice, provisions relating to the juvenile justice system substantially revised, adoption of policies for absenteeism and school misconduct required, Juvenile Justice Reinvestment Fund, created, Secs, 12-15-102, 12-15-107, 12-15-119, 12-15-120, 12-15-126, 12-15-127, 12-15-128, 12-15-132, 12-15-207, 12-15-209, 12-15-211, 12-15-215, 12-15-221, 12-15-701, 12-25-9, 15-20A-5, 16-28-2.2, 16-28-8, 16-28-13, 16-28-14, 16-28-16, 16-28-17, 16-28-18, 44-1-24, 44-1-36 am'd.
HB 131
Counties, levy of add'l tax authorized, referendum authorized
HB 43
Child support, domestic relations cases, apointment of court referee by circuit court, Sec. 12-17-330 am'd.
HB 16
Municial elections, require voters to regisgter in same time frame as registering for county or state election, Sec. 11-46-38 am'd.
HB 7
Pharmacy Bd., appeals of decisions to circuit court, venue in county where bond is located, Sec. 34-23-94 am'd.

HB 226
Child abuse, aggravated, age of child raised to 14 years for purposes of charging with Class A felony, Sec. 26-15-3.1 am'd.
HB 225
Juvenile Justice, provisions relating to the juvenile justice system substantially revised, adoption of policies for absenteeism and school misconduct required, Juvenile Justice Reinvestment Fund, created, Secs, 12-15-102, 12-15-107, 12-15-110, 12-15-117, 12-15-119, 12-15-120, 12-15-121, 12-15-126, 12-15-127, 12-15-128, 12-15-132, 12-15-203, 12-15-204, 12-15-207, 12-15-209, 12-15-211, 12-15-215, 12-15-221, 12-15-701, 12-25-9, 16-28-2.2, 16-28-8, 16-28-12, 16-28-13, 16-28-14, 16-28-16, 16-28-17, 16-28-18, 44-1-1, 44-1-24, 44-1-36 am'd.
HJR 351
Child Abuse Prevention Month, April 2018, recognized
HB 68
Courts Judicial Resources Allocation, Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Alabama, require to reassign judges for prompt administration of justice, presiding circuit judge, authorized to reassign judges within circuit, Secs. 12-9A-7, 12-9A-8 added
HB 67
Indigent Defense Advisory Boards, immunity for board members, annual meetings required, governing rules to be adopted by the Office of Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-4 am'd.
HB 66
Mayors, legislative functions in cities/towns with 12,000 or more but less than 25,000 inhabitants, authorized to continue operating as a city or town with less than 12,000 inhabitants by majority vote of council and mayor under certain conditions, veto power restricted, Secs. 11-43-2, 11-43-3, 11-43-40, 11-45-4, 11-45-5 am'd.

HB539
Abortion, minors, parental consent, judicial waiver from, applicability to non resident, Sec. 26-21-4 am'd.
HB518
Moody, corp. limits alt.
HB517
St. Clair Co., board of education, districts revised, Act 84-452, 1984 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB407
St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages sold in state ABC stores, sales and use tax, add, distrib. for district attorney
HB287
Taxation, Alabama Eye Bank, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes
HB268
St. Clair Co., sheriff, compensation
HB267
St. Clair Co., personnel board, Act 1729, 1971 Reg. Sess., Act 739, 1978 Reg. Sess., Act 831, 1978 Reg. Sess., Act 79-243, 1979 Reg. Sess., Act 81-72, 1981 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB239
Child custody, parenting plan required in all cases, court established plan in certain cases, remedies for violations of plan, Sec. 30-3-158 added; Secs. 30-3-150, 30-3-151, 30-3-152, 30-3-153 am'd.
HB144
Child support, domestic relations cases, apointment of court referee by circuit court, Sec. 12-17-330 am'd.
HB65
Courts, judges, Judicial Resources Allocation Commission, established, membership, duties, authority to increase or decrease judgeships under certain criteria
HB64
Juvenile court, juveniles tried as adults, cases dismissed if no indictment for predicate offenses, refiled in juvenile court under certain conditions, Secs. 12-15-204 am'd.
HB63
Alimony, termination upon remarriage or co-habitation, requirement of cohabitation with opposite sex removed, Sec. 30-2-55 am'd.
HB43
St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages, beer tax, distribution of proceeds of the uniform beer tax, Sec. 28-3-190 am'd.
HB42
District courts, jurisdictional limit increased, filing fees and docket fees revised, Secs. 12-11-30, 12-12-30, 12-19-71, 12-19-72 am'd.
HB41
Crimes and offenses, utilities, sewer services, diversion or unauthorized use, theft of services and tampering with availability of utility services, Secs. 13A-8-10, 13A-8-23 am'd.
HB40
Public works projects, bidding preference for local contractors, authorized, Sec. 39-2-6 am'd.
HB39
County jails, prisoners, commitments, sheriff report to clerk and presiding judge with certain time frame, include date and time of commitment, Sec. 14-6-15 am'd.
HB38
Indigent Defense Advisory Boards, immunity for board members, annual meetings required, governing rules to be adopted by the Office of Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-4 am'd.
HB25
Judge of probate, liability for taking bond or insufficient bond from conservator or personal representative, not liable unless conduct wanton, fraudulent or intentional, Secs. 26-3-13, 43-2-82 am'd.

HB506
County jails, prisoners, commitments, sheriff report to clerk and presiding judge with certain time frame, include date and time of commitment, Sec. 14-6-15 am'd.
HB443
Court costs, fines and restitution, attachment to certain benefits of the Teachers' Retirement System and the Employees' Retirement System, Secs. 16-25-23, 36-27-28 am'd.
HB442
Crimes and offenses, criminal penalties and sanctions for racketeering and corrupt organizations, forfeiture of property used in racketeering activity, liens, Alabama RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) Act
HB441
Self-defense, pretrial hearing required in cases which the defense is claimed, burden of proof, dismissal of charges under certain conditions, Sec. 13A-3-23 am'd.
HB440
Juvenile court, transfer to circuit or district court, levying to review transfer required, remand of case to juvenile court under certain conditions, release from confinement, Secs. 12-15-203, 12-15-204 am'd.
HB362
Marriage, contract for, recording by judge of probate, transmission to Vital Statistics office, content of contract, Secs. 30-1-9, 30-1-10, 30-1-11, 30-1-13, 30-1-14 repealed; Secs. 22-9A-17, 30-1-5, 30-1-12, 30-1-16 am'd.
HB324
Attorneys, indigent defense fees, waiver of maximum allowed fee by trial court or Director in Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-21 am'd.
HB323
Sentencing, juvenile offenders convicted of capital offenses and certain other offenses, maximum sentence of life, Secs. 13A-5-2, 13A-5-39, 13A-5-43, 13A-6-2 am'd.
HB131
Children, foster care and guardianship, kinship guardian agreements, many of successor guardians, age appropriate activities, adoption of prudent parent standard, limitation of liability, age for court to consider independent living lowered, Secs.12-15-301, 12-15-314, 12-15-315, 38-12-32, 38-12-35, 38-12-36, 38-12-37, 38-12-38, 38-12-40 am'd.
HB130
Marriages, persons authorized to solemnize marriage not required to perform solemnize marriage, Sec. 30-1-7 am'd.
HB129
Title Insurance, agents, attorneys exempt from licenses by Insurance Department, Sec. 27-25-3 am'd.
HB128
Murder, aggravated child abuse resulting in death of child, commission or attempt constitutes murder, Sec. 13A-6-2 am'd.
HB127
Indigent Defense Advisory Boards, immunity for board members, annual meetings required, governing rules to be adopted by the Office of Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-4 am'd.

HB506
County jails, prisoners, commitments, sheriff report to clerk and presiding judge with certain time frame, include date and time of commitment, Sec. 14-6-15 am'd.
HB443
Court costs, fines and restitution, attachment to certain benefits of the Teachers' Retirement System and the Employees' Retirement System, Secs. 16-25-23, 36-27-28 am'd.
HB442
Crimes and offenses, criminal penalties and sanctions for racketeering and corrupt organizations, forfeiture of property used in racketeering activity, liens, Alabama RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) Act
HB441
Self-defense, pretrial hearing required in cases which the defense is claimed, burden of proof, dismissal of charges under certain conditions, Sec. 13A-3-23 am'd.
HB440
Juvenile court, transfer to circuit or district court, levying to review transfer required, remand of case to juvenile court under certain conditions, release from confinement, Secs. 12-15-203, 12-15-204 am'd.
HB362
Marriage, contract for, recording by judge of probate, transmission to Vital Statistics office, content of contract, Secs. 30-1-9, 30-1-10, 30-1-11, 30-1-13, 30-1-14 repealed; Secs. 22-9A-17, 30-1-5, 30-1-12, 30-1-16 am'd.
HB324
Attorneys, indigent defense fees, waiver of maximum allowed fee by trial court or Director in Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-21 am'd.
HB323
Sentencing, juvenile offenders convicted of capital offenses and certain other offenses, maximum sentence of life, Secs. 13A-5-2, 13A-5-39, 13A-5-43, 13A-6-2 am'd.
HB131
Children, foster care and guardianship, kinship guardian agreements, many of successor guardians, age appropriate activities, adoption of prudent parent standard, limitation of liability, age for court to consider independent living lowered, Secs.12-15-301, 12-15-314, 12-15-315, 38-12-32, 38-12-35, 38-12-36, 38-12-37, 38-12-38, 38-12-40 am'd.
HB130
Marriages, persons authorized to solemnize marriage not required to perform solemnize marriage, Sec. 30-1-7 am'd.
HB129
Title Insurance, agents, attorneys exempt from licenses by Insurance Department, Sec. 27-25-3 am'd.
HB128
Murder, aggravated child abuse resulting in death of child, commission or attempt constitutes murder, Sec. 13A-6-2 am'd.
HB127
Indigent Defense Advisory Boards, immunity for board members, annual meetings required, governing rules to be adopted by the Office of Indigent Defense Services, Sec. 15-12-4 am'd.

HB673
Justices and judges, qualifications revised to increase requirement for licensure as an attorney, Secs. 12-2-1, 12-11-1, 12-12-1 am'd.
HB560
Court costs, fines and restitution, attachment to certain benefits and the Teachers' Retirement System and the Employees' Retirement System, suspension of licenses for failure to pay, payment procedures revised, amnesty, Secs. 16-25-23, 36-27-28 am'd.
HB396
Debtors, homestead exemption and personal property exemption, increased, Secs. 6-10-2, 6-10-6, 6-10-11, 43-8-110, 43-8-111, 43-8-113, 43-8-115 am'd.
HB347
St. Clair Co., court costs, criminal cases in circuit and district courts, booking fee for convicted defendants booked or incarcerated in county jail, distrib. to county general fund, use for co. jails
HB305
St. Clair Co., court costs, Legislature authorized to regulate, const. amend.
HB297
Springville, corp. limits, alt.
HB182
Emergencies, first responders, September 27 annual appreciation day created
HB56
Marriages, persons authorized to solemnize marriage not required to perform solemnize marriage, Freedom of Religion in Marriage Protection Act, Sec. 30-1-7 am'd.

HB8
Marriage, contract for, recording by judge of probate, transmission to Vital Statistics office, content of contract, Secs. 30-1-9, 30-1-10, 30-1-11, 30-1-14 repealed; Secs. 22-9A-17, 30-1-5, 30-1-12, 30-1-13, 30-1-16 am'd.

HB41
Marriage, contract for, recording by judge of probate, transmission to Vital Statistics office, content of contract, Secs. 30-1-9, 30-1-10, 30-1-11, 30-1-14 repealed; Secs. 22-9A-17, 30-1-5, 30-1-12, 30-1-13, 30-1-16 am'd.

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