Jim McClendon

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Status: Alabama State Senator for District 11
Party: Republican
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Birthday: January 10, 1943 79

Contact Information

Known contact information for Jim McClendon from Springville, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 729
    Montgomery, AL 36130-4600
  • Phone: 334-261-0789
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Jim McClendon from Springville, AL.

  • OD, University of Houston, 1967
  • BS, Birmingham-Southern College, 1965

Political Information

Known political history for Jim McClendon from Springville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 11, 2018
  • Senator, Alabama State Senate, District 11, 2014-present
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, 2002-2014

Professions Information

Known professional history for Jim McClendon from Springville, AL.

  • Optometrist, Private Practice, 1971-2002
  • Assistant Professor of Optometry, University of Alabama, Birmingham, 1971-1978
  • Lieutenant, Optometrist, Medical Service Corps, United States Navy, Vietnam, 1968-1971

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Jim McClendon from Springville, AL.

  • Chair, Hospital Committee, State Health Coordinating Council
  • Former Chair, Ethics Committee
  • Former Chair, Health and Human Services Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former House Chair, Redistricting Committee
  • Former House Chair, Health Insurance Exchange Study Commission
  • Former Member, Shelby County Legislation Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Development Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Health and Human Services Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Education & Youth Affairs Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Joint Prison Oversight Committee
  • Former Member, Transportation and Energy Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Subcommittee on Energy and Green Technology
  • Former Member, Subcommittee on Government Regulations (State Government)
  • Former Member, Technology and Research Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, State Government Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Member, Jefferson County Health Planning Commission

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Jim McClendon from Springville, AL.

  • Trustee/Finance Committee, Springville First United Methodist Church, present
  • Chair, Alabama Optometric Association Government Relations, 1990-1994, 1998-2002
  • Former Board Member, Saint Anne's Home
  • Former President, Alabama Optometric Association
  • Founder Director, Davis Lake Fire Department

Election History

Jim McClendon from Springville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Jim McClendon has sponsored.

SB328
Health care, practice of midwifery, scope of licensed practice further provided for, Sec. 34-19-14 am'd.
SB312
COVID-19, occupational licensing boards prohibited to take adverse action based on physician's recommended COVID-19 treatment, health care facilities and pharmacies required to fulfill patient's COVID-19 treatment request, cause of action provided
SB297
State government, authority of the Attorney General to enter into settlement agreements, Sec. 36-15-12 am'd.
SB271
Lincoln, corp. limits alt.
SB253
Optometric Scholarship Awards Board, meetings conducted remotely, scholarship program expanded to include loans and revise program parameters, Secs. 34-22-60 to 34-22-65, inclusive, am'd.
SB224
Unemployment compensation, individual required to search for work a certain number of times per week to be eligible to receive benefits, Sec. 25-4-77 am'd.
SB214
Arts,State Council on the, award of grants and honorariums further provided for, Secs. 41-9-41, 41-9-44 am'd.
SB190
Redistricting, legal challenges against statewide plans, establish venue before 3-judge panel to hear challenge, Sec. 29-1-2.5 am'd.
SB189
Small Business Relief and Revitalization Act of 2022, cancellation of indebtedness income exempt from income tax, financial institution excise tax and corporate income tax due date extension, certain business tangible personal property ad valorem tax exemption, deposit of certified funds with Revenue in lieu of one-time surety bond for licensure, average monthly sales tax liability for estimated payments increased, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.1 added; Secs. 40-9-1, 40-23-6, 40-23-6.1, 40-23-7 am'd.
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.
SB168
Controlled substances, drug paraphernalia, exception for items used to test for the presence of fentanyl drugs, Sec. 13A-12-260 am'd.
SB167
Occupational therapy, Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact, occupational therapists authorized to practice on a limited basis among compact states
SB157
Rural economic development, Rural Logging Support Act, established, taxpayers authorized to receive a tax credit for contributions to logging support organizations, exceptions for weight restrictions for certain vehicles used in forest commerce
SB140
Education, education savings accounts, Parent's Choice Program created, membership and duties provided, process for awarding education savings accounts, requirements for education service providers
SB129
St. Clair Co., Davis Lake Volunteer Fire Department, fire protection fees, Revenue Comm. to separately state on ad valorem tax bill, Act 2017-265, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB127
Education, constitutional amendment, public K-12 schools required to play Star-Spangled Banner on schools and at school athletic events, const. amend.
SB120
Optometrists, practice of optometry further provided, Board of Optometry to regulate, to issue advisory opinions and declaratory rulings, Secs. 20-2-2, 34-22-1, 34-22-42 am'd.
SB101
Podiatry, scope of practice expanded to include foot and ankle, Sec. 34-24-230 am'd.

SB373
Labor Dept., adoption of policies to recover improper overpayments of unemployment benefits
SB371
Podiatry, scope of practice expanded to include foot and ankle, Sec. 34-24-230 am'd.
SB362
State parks, Alabama State Parks Enhancement Authority created and authorized to issue bonds for support of state parks, const. amend.
SB320
Lottery, legislative intent, Alabama Lottery Commission, powers and duties, distrib. of proceeds, allocation of state and local tax on gaming revenue, limitations on retailers of lottery tickets, Alabama Lottery Act
SB319
Lottery, authorized, Alabama Lottery Corporation, created, distrib. of proceeds, Lottery Trust Fund, established, levy a state and local tax on gaming gross revenue from video lottery terminals, Sec. 65, Constitution of Alabama of 1901 am'd., const. amend.
SB318
Lottery, authorized, distribution of proceeds for postsecondary scholarships and mental health services in public schools, implementation by general law, const. amend.
SB305
Voting fraud or illegality, voting more than once, in any election held within the state, appplication of penalties to include elections held outside the state, Secs. 17-13-24, 17-17-36 am'd.
SB302
State Board of Occupational Therapy, board authorized to establish an impaired practitioner program for occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, Sec. 34-39-12.1 added; Secs. 34-39-3, 34-39-7 am'd.
SB285
Primary and runoff election date, primary election held second Tuesday in July and runoff election held second Tuesday in August for 2022 election cycle.
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.
SB259
Legislature, to call itself into a special session under certain conditions authorized, const. amend.
SB242
Attorney General, required to provide opinion to state legislature under certain conditions, Sec. 36-15-1 am'd.
SB241
Medicaid False Claims Act, remedies and penalties for fraudulent claims provided
SB240
Department of Public Health, reconstituted, State Board of Health, State Committee of Public Health, State Health Officer abolished, State Health Advisory Board, Secretary of ADPH, medical director established, county boards of health, membership revised, Secs. 22-2-9, 22-2-10, 22-2-11, 22-2-12, 22-2-13, 22-3-8 repealed; Secs. 22-1-1, 22-1-3, 22-2-1, 22-2-2, 22-2-3, 22-2-4, 22-2-5, 22-2-6, 22-2-7, 22-2-8, 22-3-1, 22-11A-38, 22-22A-2, 22-29-1, 22-37A-2, 34-15-2, 34-15-5 am'd.
SB239
Board of Medical Examiners, membership and duties revised, Medical Licensure Commission abolished, Secs. 34-24-54.1, 34-24-54.2, 34-24-71.1, 34-24-71.2, 34-24-71.3 added; Secs. 34-24-50.1, 34-24-310, 34-24-311, 34-24-311.1, 34-24-312, 34-24-313, 34-24-314, 34-24-330, 34-24-331, 34-24-332, 34-24-333, 34-24-334, 34-24-335, 34-24-338, 34-24-339, 34-24-341, 34-24-342, repealed; Secs. 13A-6-201, 13A-9-21, 27-1-17.1, 34-24-50, 34-24-51, 34-24-52, 34-24-53, 34-24-53.1, 34-24-54, 34-24-56, 34-24-57, 34-24-60, 34-24-70, 34-24-71, 34-24-73, 34-24-75, 34-24-75.1, 34-24-336, 34-24-337, 34-24-340, 34-24-343, 34-24-360, 34-24-360.1, 34-24-361, 34-24-361.1, 34-24-362, 34-24-363, 34-24-365, 34-24-366, 34-24-367, 34-24-381, 34-24-382, 34-24-383, 34-24-384, 34-24-501, 34-24-502, 34-24-503, 34-24-506, 34-24-507, 34-24-508, am'd.
SB238
Elections, qualified visually impaired voters may vote absentee ballot under certain conditions, Sec. 17-11-3.1 am'd.
SB237
Physical therapy, practice without referral by a physician or other health care practitioner further provided for, Secs. 34-24-210.1 am'd.
SB236
License plates, require approval and oversight of by the Legislative Oversight Committee on License Plates, application fee, and provide for reissuance requirements, Sec. 32-6-64 am'd.
SB192
Talladega College, appropriation
SB174
Optometrists, practice of optometry defined, Board of Optometry to regulate, Secs. 20-2-2, 34-22-1 am'd.
SB160
Cottage food production operations, allow online sales, remove gross receipts cap, require certain nutrition information to be included on product labels, Sec. 22-20-5.1 am'd.
SB97
State Health Officer, order issued in response to outbreak of a disease has full force of law if approved by Governor and filed with Secretary of State in state of emergency, Secs. 22-2-8, 31-9-8, 31-9-13 am'd.

SB193
Calhoun Co., license commissioner, motor vehicle registration and renewals, add'l fee, distribution for operation of office, Act 2017-265, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB 122
Gaming industry, campaign contributions to state and legislative candidates and officials prohibited
SB 118
Senior Service Dept., Advisory Bd. of Director, ex. officio members may appt designee, Sec. 38-3-1 am'd.
SB 115
Drug paraphernalia, use to analyze or test controlled substances, excluded from criminal violations re use, possession, or sale for use to test or analyze controlled substance, Sec. 13A-12-260 am'd.
SB 114
Nurses, certified register nurse practioner and nurse midwife, collaboration agreements, ratio of physician to nurses, delete patient auth. to select provided, Sec. 34-21-87 am'd.
SB 104
Physical therapy, eliminate requirement for referral from physician or other health care practitioner to perform physical therapy, Secs. 34-24-191, 34-24-210.1, 34-24-217 am'd.

SB 420
Pell City, corp. limits, alt.
SB 416
Talladega Superspeedway, International Speedway Corp., sales and use tax exemption for purchases of construction materials related to and ad valorem tax exemption on real and personal property, Sec. 40-9-25.23 added
SB 391
Drug paraphernalia, use to analyze or test controlled substances, excluded from criminal violations re use, possession, or sale for use to test or analyze controlled substance, Sec. 13A-12-260 am'd.
SB 248
Taxation, adaptive equipment, exempt from sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.
SB 247
Reapportionment, redistricting or reapportionment plan, Permanent Legislative Committee on Reapportionment to intervene in any legal action that contests the validity of, Sec. 29-1-2.5 am'd.
SB 156
Nursing, Board of, scope of practice of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists revised, authorized to practice in coordination with a licensed physician, Sec. 34-21-81 am'd.
SB 130
Lottery, authorized, Alabama Lottery Corporation, created, distrib. of revenues for college scholarships, Sec. 65, Constitution of Alabama of 1901 am'd., const. amend.
SB 116
Lottery, authorized, Alabama Lottery Corporation, created, distrib. of revenues for college scholarships, Sec. 65, Constitution of Alabama of 1901 am'd., const. amend.
SB 115
Health, neonatal abstinence centers, provide for licensure and regulation by State Board of Health
SJR 81
Granger, John L., death mourned
SJR 80
Adams, John Quincy, II., death mourned
SB 63
Underwater Cultural Resources Act, definition of cultural resources, items eligible for, or listed in, the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Hertiage deleted, Sec. 41-9-291 am'd.
SB 25
Physical therapy, eliminate requirement for referral from physician or other health care practitioner to perform physical therapy, Secs. 34-24-191, 34-24-210.1, 34-24-217 am'd.
SJR 10
Lambert Lake, in St. Clair Co., named for Vaudie V. Lambert
SJR 4
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, March 2019, recognized
SB 3
Legislative procedure, redistricting bills, exempt from requirement that bill must be read at length prior to final passage, const. amend.
SB 2
Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
SB 1
Cell phones and other wireless telecommunication devices, use while holding or touching devise prohibited, penalties, exceptions, Sec. 32-5A-350 am'd.

SB 278
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.
SB 225
Alabama Cold War Victory Medal Act, established
SB 208
Elections, special elections to fill vacant state legislative seat, provided for, abbreviated process
SB 141
Education, State Dept. of Education and Alabama Dept. of Rehabilitation Services, to consult with Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind to select language developmental milestones and monitor and track progress of deaf and hard-of-hearing children
SJR 145
Reidy, Charles A., commended
SJR 141
Pierce, Samuel D., commended
SB 46
Health care providers, nurse practitioners and nurse midwives authorized to sign forms which may be signed by a physician
SJR 31
National Board Certified Teacher Day, January 18, 2018, recognized
SJR 30
Goodson, Mary Lou, 90th birthday, commended
SB 8
Treasures and artifacts, cultural resources that are eligible for or listed in National Register of Historic Places, not Al. Register of Landmarks and Heritage, Sec. 41-9-291 am'd.
SB 1
Driving under the influence, ignition interlock devices, further provided, distrib of court fees, use for pretrial diversion, indigents further provided for and funded, Sec. 32-5A-191, 32-5A-191.4 am'd.

SB393
Springville, corp. limits, alt.
SB392
St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages, beer tax, distribution of proceeds of the uniform beer tax, Sec. 28-3-190 am'd.
SB391
Driving under the influence, ignition interlock provisions, further provided for, required for persons approved for pretrial diversion, ignition interlock fee for municipal court cases distributed to municipality, fee for indigents lowered, Sec. 32-5A-191, 32-5A-191.4 am'd.
SB337
St. Clair Co., Davis Lake Volunteer Fire Dept., organization as a fire district, levy of fee on each residence
SB282
Midwives, State Board of Midwifery, established, licensure and regulation, penalties, Secs. 34-19-11 to 34-19-19, inclusive, added; Secs. 22-9A-7, 34-43-3 am'd; Secs. 34-19-2 to 34-19-10, inclusive, repealed
SB63
Schools, students, sunscreen, use authorized at school
SB62
Shelby Co., county board of education and superintendent of education, elected by electors residing outside of corporate limits of any city with a city board of education, const. amend.

SB351
Alabama Ahead Act, provisions re pen-enabled, phase-in, reassignment, and advisory committee deleted, oversight committee established, use of funds for high-quality standards-based broadband wifi infrastructure provided, effective date amended, Secs. 16-16B-1, 16-16B-2 am'd., Act 2012-560 am'd.
SB245
Eyeglasses, over-the-counter eyeglasses, nonprescription glasses further defined, sale regulated, enforcement
SB200
Electronic poll books in lieu of printed lists of qualified voters at polling place, Sec. of State authorized to implement pilot program, Sec. 17-4-2.1 added; Sec. 17-4-2 am'd.
SB148
Motor vehicles, seat belt use required for each occupant while vehicle is in motion, fine increased, distrib., Secs. 32-5B-4 am'd.
SB19
Lotteries, Legislature authorized to provide by general law, const. amend
SB18
Hearing Instrument Dealers, definitions revised, fees to be determined by rule of board, testing of applicants revised, Sec. 34-14-34 added; Secs. 34-14-1 to 34-14-9, inclusive, 34-14-11, 34-14-30, 34-14-32, 34-14-33 am'd.

SB351
Alabama Ahead Act, provisions re pen-enabled, phase-in, reassignment, and advisory committee deleted, oversight committee established, use of funds for high-quality standards-based broadband wifi infrastructure provided, effective date amended, Secs. 16-16B-1, 16-16B-2 am'd., Act 2012-560 am'd.
SB245
Eyeglasses, over-the-counter eyeglasses, nonprescription glasses further defined, sale regulated, enforcement
SB200
Electronic poll books in lieu of printed lists of qualified voters at polling place, Sec. of State authorized to implement pilot program, Sec. 17-4-2.1 added; Sec. 17-4-2 am'd.
SB148
Motor vehicles, seat belt use required for each occupant while vehicle is in motion, fine increased, distrib., Secs. 32-5B-4 am'd.
SB19
Lotteries, Legislature authorized to provide by general law, const. amend
SB18
Hearing Instrument Dealers, definitions revised, fees to be determined by rule of board, testing of applicants revised, Sec. 34-14-34 added; Secs. 34-14-1 to 34-14-9, inclusive, 34-14-11, 34-14-30, 34-14-32, 34-14-33 am'd.

SB445
Hearing Instrument Dealers, definitions revised, fees to be determined by rule of board, testing of applicants revised, Sec. 34-14-34 added; Secs. 34-14-1 to 34-14-9, inclusive, 34-14-11, 34-14-30, 34-14-32, 34-14-33 am'd.
SB426
Home Medical Equipment Services Providers Board, Medicaid recipients, out-of-state providers exempt, Sec. 34-14C-5 am'd.
SB341
Home Medical Equipment Services Providers Board, insulin infusion pumps or glucose monitors, manufacturers and distributors exempt under certain conditions, Sec. 34-14C-5 am'd.
SB336
St. Clair Co., court costs, Legislature authorized to regulate, const. amend.
SB324
Podiatry, practice of, further defined, Sec. 34-24-230 am'd.
SB312
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
SB259
St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, municipalities and co. commission (for unincorporated area of county) authorized to conduct referendums to approve, subject to further regulation by governing body
SB172
St. Clair Co., court costs, Legislature authorized to regulate, const. amend.
SB32
Physical Therapy Board, executive director, not subject to State Merit System Law, Sec. 34-24-193 am'd.

SB18
Lincoln, corp. limits alt., police jurisdiction not to be extended by any annexation

HB559
Firearms, exempt sales and use taxes on firearms, ammunition, and firearm supplies for limited period each year
HB521
Taxation, band instruments of certain value exempt from sales and use tax during tax holiday, Sec. 40-23-210 am'd.
HB503
Schools, students taught at home by either private tutor or under church school law may participate in public K-12 extracurricular activities, Equal Access to Athletics Act
HB482
Water works boards, serving counties other than co., where organized, additional board members, term limits
HB465
Administrative Procedure Act, proposed rule changes, posting on website, business authorized to object, agency required to file a Business Economic Impact Statement with committee and Legislative Reference Service, review of all rules, Red Tape Reduction Act, Sec. 41-22-5.1 am'd.
HB461
Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates for professional firefighters, penalties
HB403
Boundaries, state, territorial waters and submerged lands, limits and boundaries, Sec. 41-1-1 am'd.
HB372
Health care workers, infected health care workers, add Hepatitis C infection to definition of, Secs. 22-11A-60, 22-11A-61, 22-11A-62, 22-11A-63, 22-11A-66, 22-11A-67, 22-11A-73 am'd.
HB334
Optometry, Board of, practice of optometry through telemedicine provided for, Secs. 34-22-80 to 34-22-87, inclusive, am'd.; Sec. 34-22-88 repealed
HB319
Pain Management Act, physicians, requirement for physicians to have criminal background check deleted under certain conditions, Act 2013-257, 2013 Reg. Sess., am'd.; Sec. 34-24-604 am'd.
HB294
Trussville, corp. limits alt., transitional provisions
HB291
Health Department, Palliative Care and Quality of Life, State Advisory Council, appointed by State Health Officer, advisory capacity to department
HB195
Public works, Fair and Open Competition in Governmental Construction Act, public agencies prohibited from entering contracts and making certain awards based on collective bargaining agreements, certain terms prohibited in certain documents, exemptions
HB192
Human Resources Department, public assistance, drug testing for applicants and recipients required upon reasonable suspicion, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement, rulemaking authority
HB151
Sales tax, estimated payments, average monthly tax liability threshold increased, Sec. 40-23-7 am'd.
HB97
Revenue Department, taxes and fees, suspension by administrative rule when cost of collection is higher than amount collected, periodic review, Sec. 40-1-49 added
HB64
Sovereign immunity, immunity for officers, employees, agents of the state, including certain employees of local school boards and State Board of Education, specified in official and personal capacity under certain conditions
HB43
St. Clair Co., food pantry, sales and use tax exemption from state, county, and municipal taxes
HB1
Alabama Ahead Act. commencing with 2014-2015 school year, revised to delete pen-enabled requirement, phase-in requirement and reassignment provisions, advisory committee revised, schools given question of participating, local school systems to contribute 25 percent of funding, Secs. 16-16B-1, 16-16B-2 am'd.

HB672
Motor vehicle license tags, renewal when the registration contains multiple parties, only one driver's license or other proof required, Sec. 32-7A-17 am'd.
HB664
Vietnam Veterans Day, estab. as March 29 each year, State of Alabama
HB650
Springville, corp. limits alt.
HB649
St. Clair Co., pretrial diversion program, city located within authorized to establish, basic operating standards provided
HB641
Public employees, to receive annual summary of benefits received from employer
HB631
Public assistance, fraud in obtaining, crime established, penalties, theft of services, knowledge requirement deleted, Sec. 13A-8-10 am'd.
HB573
St. Clair Co., judge of probate, expense allowance, Act 80-195, 1980 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB572
St. Clair Co., judge of probate, marriage ceremony, additional fee
HB570
Firearms, concealed pistol permits, lifetime permit authorized, fees for issuance, Secs. 11-45-1.1, 13A-11-52 repealed; Secs. 11-80-11, 13A-11-7, 13A-11-59, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-75, 13A-11-85, 40-12-143 am'd.
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB543
Board of Dental Examiners, authorize to charge and collect impaired annual monitoring fee, authorize president to designate any board member to issue subpoenas, and to provide for filing of depositions in board office, Secs. 34-9-1, 34-9-4, 34-9-6, 34-9-7, 34-9-7.2, 34-9-8, 34-9-9, 34-9-10, 34-9-12, 34-9-13, 34-9-14, 34-9-15, 34-9-16, 34-9-18, 34-9-22, 34-9-26, 34-9-27, 34-9-28, 34-9-40, 34-9-46, 34-9-47, 34-38-2 am'd.
HB506
Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutions, liability insurance program to be established by Finance Department in consultation with Education Department
HB464
Occupational Therapy, definition of occupational therapy, expands who may refer a patient for treatment, exempts certain occupational therapists from referral requirement, deletes requirement that Board of Medical Examiners jointly approve certain rules, provides for hire of an executive director, Secs. 34-39-3, 34-39-4, 34-39-5, 34-39-6, 34-39-7, 34-39-8, 34-39-11, 34-39-16 am'd.
HB455
Economic development, tax increment district, 21st Century Manufacturing Zone, authority to form extended to counties, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2 am'd.; Act 2013-51, 2013 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB454
Medicaid Agency, delivery of medical services to Medicaid eligible persons through regional care organizations
HB363
Capital offenses, appeal directly to Alabama Supreme Court, Sec. 13A-5-53 am'd.
HB362
Access to Eye Care Act, public and private insurance policies, plans, contracts or programs shall provide coverage, prohibits requiring a provider to participate, prohibits requiring products and services at a set fee, Secs. 27-56-2 to 27-56-8, inclusive, am'd.
HB352
Hunting licenses, disabled veterans, military appreciation hunting license, three day trip event hunting license authorized, Secs. 9-11-44, 9-11-49 am'd.
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
HB298
Sales tax, exempting ammunition manufactured for firearms from sales tax, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.
HB293
Alabama Ahead Act. commencing with 2013-2014 school year, revised to delete pen-enabled requirement, phase-in requirement and reassignment provisions, advisory committee revised, schools given question of participating, local school systems to contribute 25 percent of funding, Secs. 16-16B-1, 16-16B-2 am'd.
HB276
Entities, dormant, exempt from business privilege tax, Sec. 40-14A-44 added
HB272
Board of Dental Examiners, authorize to charge and collect impaired annual monitoring fee, authorize president to designate any board member to issue subpoenas, and to provide for filing of depositions in board office, provide for run-off elections, Secs. 34-9-16, 34-9-40, 34-9-46, 34-9-47, 34-38-2 am'd.
HB175
Ophthalmologists, dispensing of, exemption removed, Sec. 40-23-1 am'd.
HB174
Certificates of Need, health care facilities, transfer of ownership, includes legal entities, retro. effect, Secs. 22-21-260, 22-21-263, 22-21-270 am'd.
HB150
Controlled Substances Prescription Database, membership of advisory committee, meetings further provided for, transmittal of information on controlled substances prescriptions, confidentiality of records, funding of database, Secs. 20-2-212, 20-2-213, 20-2-214, 20-2-215, 20-2-219 am'd.
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.
HB110
Medicaid fraud, crime further defined, criminal penalties, statute of limitation, Medicaid Agency, access to Health Department Controlled Substances Data Base, Secs. 20-2-214, 22-1-11 am'd.
HB89
State Employees' Insurance board, high deductible health plan authorized, linking with a federally qualified health saving account and a federally qualified health reimbursement arrangement (HRA)
HB3
Child abuse and neglect, mandatory reporting for all persons, training required for certain persons, criminal penalties for making false child abuse or neglect reports, criminal penalties for discharging, disciplining, or penalizing an employee for making a false report, The Savannah Hardin Mandatory Reporting Act, Sec. 26-14-3 am'd

HB773
Racing, takeout deducted by a racing operator designated for Alabama bred horses, Sec. 11-65-31 am'd
HB772
St. Clair Co., warrant recall fee for City of Moody
HB744
Alabama military personnel prevented from assisting United States Armed Forces in detaining citizens in violation of United States Constitution or laws of Alabama
HB658
Immigration law, provision barring unlawfully present alien from attending postsecondary school clarified, lawsuits for failure to enforce laws, procedures revised, documentation for lawful presence, military identification authorized, voter registration provisions modified, certain lawful presence verification for certain subsequent issuance and renewals of certain licenses, procedures and penalties for employing unauthorized alien, penalties for certain lawsuits relating to employment practices, Secs. 31-13-3, 31-13-5, 31-13-6, 31-13-8, 31-13-9, 31-13-13, 31-13-19, 31-13-20, 31-13-23, 31-13-26, 31-13-28, 31-13-29, 32-6-9, 32-6-10.1 am'd; Act 2011-535, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd
HB657
Local boards of education, written reduction in force policies, consideration of certain credentials in making staff decisions, temporary interim reduction-in-force policy provided, Sec. 16-1-33 am'd
HB612
Beef, labeling and notice of presence of lean finely textured beef products, Public Health and Agriculture and Industries, rules, civil penalties
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
HB541
Education Options Act; provides for establishment of innovative schools and school systems via flexibility contracts with State Department of Education, authorizes establishment of public charter schools as part of public education system
HB514
Ophthalmic materials, sale of by licensed ophthalmologist subject to state sales tax, Sec. 40-23-1 am'd
HB481
Fair Ballot Commission created, membership and terms provided for, require Secretary of State provide explanation of measures and post on website, Alabama Informed Voter Act created
HB435
Optometric Scholarship Awards, Board of, funds of board not to revert at end of fiscal year, Sec. 34-22-61 am'd.
HB414
Crimes and offenses, gambling, person defined, penalties, Secs. 13A-12-20, 13A-12-22, 13A-12-23, 13A-12-24, 13A-12-27 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
HB351
Taxes, exemptions for Still Serving Veterans, Inc.
HB343
Health Care Sharing Ministries Freedom to Share Act, program for matching of health care and financial needs, disclaimers required, program not subject to Insurance Department regulations
HB340
Crime of Looting, established, penalties, violation would be Class C felony
HB334
Public Works, Fair and Open Competition in Governmental Construction Act, establish, public agencies prohibited from entering contracts and making certain awards, certain terms prohibited in certain documents, certain persons prohibited from placing certain terms in certain documents, exemptions
HB333
Contracts, state or any political subdivision, use of Davis-Bacon wage provision, prohibited
HB309
Prisoners, permitted to attend church at request of church pastor or leader
HB306
Counties, sewer system, operating, prohibited from charging any fee to person or entity not connected to the sewer system
HB285
Unemployment compensation, compensable week further defined, Sec. 25-4-73 am'd
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
HB273
Medicaid programs, ensuring appropriate access to medicines for premature infants, created, Medicaid program required to develop and implement policies to streamline process for access to covered drug for premature infants.
HB258
Crimes and Offenses, prisoners, prohibition against use of social networks
HB217
Judge of probate may publish a list of qualified electors in a newspaper of general circulation in the county, Sec. 17-4-1 am'd.
HB197
Human Resources Dept, TANF, drug testing for substance abuse based on reasonable suspicion for eligibility for benefits, required, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement
HB165
Public schools, grades 9-12, textbooks and instructional materials, Education Department to provide in electronic format to each student as feasible
HB164
Board of Physical Therapy, impaired professional wellness committee and program created; executive director appointment, licensing in lieu of registration of physical therapists assistants, Secs. 34-24-191, 34-24-193, 34-24-194, 34-24-195, 34-24-210, 34-24-211, 34-24-212, 34-24-213, 34-24-217 am'd
HB154
Data processing centers and warehousing and storage facilities locating in Alabama, certain ad valorem tax and construction related transaction tax abatements authorized, requirements, Data Processing Center Economic Incentive Enhancement Act, Secs. 40-9B-3, 40-9B-4, 40-18-190, 40-18-193 am'd.
HB152
Veterans, additional tax credits for previously unemployed veterans who became employed or began a business, "Heroes for Hire " Act
HB150
Administrative Procedure Act, rules affecting small business, small business economic impact and regulatory flexibility analysis required under certain conditions, agencies to review rules every five years for effect on small businesses, Secs. 41-22-5.1, 41-22-5.2 added
HB111
Health, Hemophilia and bleeding disorders, pharmacy, insurance requirements, von Willebrand's screening, Public Health to administer, Hemophilia Standards of Care Act
HB87
Motor vehicles, abandoned, includes an order to remove a motor vehicle by law enforcement officers if the driver is arrested or injured, or otherwise needs moving, Secs. 32-13-1, 32-13-2 am'd
HB80
Private Investigation Board, established, members, terms, powers, vacancies, private investigators, licensure and regulation, subject to Administrative Procedure Act, civil and criminal penalties, Private Investigators Licensing and Regulatory Act
HB79
Public Safety Department, wrecker rotation list, territory served by a wrecker/towing service may not be reduced under certain conditions
HB54
Underwater Cultural Resources Act, definition of cultural resources amended to specify articles associated with shipwrecks, artifacts defined, recovery of abandoned artifacts not cultural resources in certain locations authorized, Secs. 41-9-291, 41-9-292 am'd.
HB36
Corrections Department, prison industries, sale of products further provided for, operation of joint venture with private businesses, authorized, Secs. 14-7-7, 14-7-22 am'd.
HB30
Corrections Department, prison industries, sale of products further provided for, operation of joint venture with private businesses, authorized, Secs. 14-7-7, 14-7-22 am'd.
HB2
Motor vehicles, text messaging or operating a handheld wireless telecommunication device while operating a motor vehicle on public street, road, or highway prohibited, penalties, law enforcement agencies to report statistical information to Public Safety Department

HB19
House of Representatives, redistricting pursuant to 2010 federal census, venue for legal action challenging to be in Montgomery County Circuit Court, official maps of districts retained in Secretary of State Office and printed with Acts, use for legislative intent, Sec. 29-1-1.2 repealed; Sec. 29-1-1.2 added

HB621
State Board of Education, redistricting pursuant to 2010 federal census, Sec. 16-3-1.1 repealed and reenacted (2011-21059)
HB620
Congressional redistricting, pursuant to 2010 federal census, Sec. 17-14-70 repealed and reenacted
HB607
Foreign law, application in violation of rights guaranteed United States and Alabama citizens, prohibited, exceptions, American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts Amendment, const. amend.
HB550
Industrial Relations Department, transfer of certain employees from Bishop State Community College, Southern Union State Community College, Bevill State Community College, and the Postsecondary Education Department, who are part of the Alabama Career Center System to Industrial Relations Department
HB543
Public schools, K-12 instructional days, 180 instructional days or hourly equivalent for Foundation Program, 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, flexibility for local boards of education in establishing school calendar by instructional hours and date parameters, Flexible School Calendar Act, Sec. 16-13-231 am'd.
HB534
Optometric Scholarship Awards, Board of, funds of board not to revert at end of fiscal year, Sec. 34-22-61 am'd.
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
HB508
Underground storage tanks and aboveground storage tanks storing motor fuels currently subject to the Alabama Uniform Environmental Covenants Act, exempt from requirements of, Sec. 35-19-2 am'd.
HB483
Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT) Program, limit on cost of tuition for certain PACT plan contract participants, repealed, Act 2010-725, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.; Secs. 16-33C-17, 16-33C-18 repealed
HB465
Education employees, procedures regarding employment actions of revised, Teacher Tenure Law and Fair Dismissal Act repealed, Students First Act, Sec. 16-24B-7, 16-24-1 to 16-24-22, inclusive, 36-26-100 to 36-26-116, inclusive, repealed
HB445
Firearms, seized by law enforcement agency, disposal at auction to certain persons, proceeds for law enforcement purposes (2011-20970)
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.
HB390
County commission, county solid waste disposal service, volunteer fire department exempt from fees, Sec. 22-27-3 am'd.
HB375
Homestead exemptions, income qualification amount increased, Secs. 40-9-19, 40-9-21 am'd.
HB372
Nursing scholarships, qualifications altered, funding increased, appropriation, Secs. 34-21-60, 34-21-61, 34-21-62, 34-21-63 am'd.
HB361
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, penalties to include mandatory use of ignition interlock device under certain conditions, Forensic Sciences Department to approve devices, Public Safety Department to issue restricted driver's license, fee, provisions for indigent defendants, Sec. 32-5A-191.4 added; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
HB325
Schools, public and private, physical education program, requirements specified, Sec. 16-40-1 am'd.
HB323
Private Investigation Board, established, members, terms, powers, vacancies, private investigators, licensure and regulation, subject to Administrative Procedure Act, civil and criminal penalties, Private Investigators Licensing and Regulatory Act
HB318
Home Medical Equipment Services Providers, Board of, name changed to Home Medical Equipment, Board of, duties revised, licensure and regulation, disciplinary hearings, administrative fines, injunctions, penalties, Secs. 34-14C-1, 34-14C-2, 34-14C-4, 34-14C-4.1, 34-14C-6, 34-14C-8 am'd.; Act 2010-148, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB317
Court Reporting, Board of, members, compensation eliminated, requirement for annual report to Governor and Secretary of State eliminated, written knowledge exam, entities that may administer added, education requirements changed, grandfathering deadline added, temporary license further provided for, certain fees authorized, Secs. 34-8B-4, 34-8B-5, 34-8B-10, 34-8B-14, 34-8B-15, 34-8B-17 am'd.
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
HB298
Alabama Development Office and Director of Development changed to Commerce Department and Secretary of Commerce, assistant secretaries of commerce, employment of certain persons outside of Merit System, authorized, Secs. 41-9-201, 41-9-202, 41-9-202.1, 41-9-203, 41-9-204 am'd. (2011-20679)
HB291
Alabaster Sports and Entertainment Foundation, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB265
Public education employees and law enforcement officers, offenses committed in the line of duty, arrest warrants, procedures for arrest
HB262
Corrections Department, prison industries, sale of products further provided for, operation of joint venture with private businesses, authorized, Secs. 14-7-7, 14-7-22 am'd.
HB257
Certificates of need (CON), contested cases and fair hearings, direct appeal to Court of Civil Appeals, monetary limits on costs, procedures for processing cases, Sec. 22-21-275 am'd.
HB236
Money judgments not based on a contract action, computation of interest further regulated, Sec. 8-8-10 am'd.
HB212
Economic development, financial commitments to build or expand in Alabama, written contracts required within certain time period, existing commitments without written contract void after certain period of time
HB211
Teachers, educational support personnel, and other certified educational employees and student teachers, professional liability insurance, Education Department and Finance Department to purchase or provide by July 1, 2012, rules authorized, Teacher and Education Employee Protection Act
HB206
Polling places, proximity of persons to door of building, distance increased, Sec. 17-9-50 am'd.
HB196
Continuous sexual abuse of a child, crime of established, penalties
HB179
Ad valorem tax, definition of residential property expanded to include single family dwellings and lots under construction, Sec. 40-8-1 am'd.
HB147
Euthanasia of cats and dogs in animal shelters, gas chambers prohibited, delayed effective date, Beckham's Act, Sec. 34-29-131 am'd.
HB144
Sales tax holiday, sales and use tax exemptions, computers, exempted amount increased, Sec. 40-23-210 am'd.
HB137
Certificates of need (CON), contested cases and fair hearings, direct appeal to Court of Civil Appeals, monetary limits on costs, procedures for processing cases, Sec. 22-21-275 am'd.
HB127
Coal, excise and privilege tax, termination date extended, tax proceeds further distributed, Sec. 40-13-6, 40-13-8 am'd. (2011-20623)
HB126
Forever Wild Land Trust, payments into extended 20 years
HB105
Motor vehicles, licensing and registration of trucks and truck tractors, motor vehicle wreckers (tow trucks), licensing and registration based on gross vehicle weight not to include vehicle towed, Sec. 40-12-248 am'd.
HB104
Underwater Cultural Resources Act, definition of cultural resources amended to specify articles associated with shipwrecks, artifacts defined, recovery of abandoned artifacts not cultural resources in certain locations authorized, Secs. 41-9-291, 41-9-292 am'd. (2011-20030)
HB103
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.
HB102
Motor vehicles, text messaging or operating a handheld wireless telecommunication device while operating a motor vehicle on public street, road, or highway prohibited, penalties, law enforcement agencies to report statistical information to Public Safety Department and Attorney General
HB100
Motor vehicles, driver without liability insurance and with suspended or revoked license or who has never been issued a driver's license, impoundment of motor vehicle authorized under certain conditions, procedures, civil penalties, sale of vehicle, proceeds to law enforcement
HB64
Elections, right of individuals to vote by secret ballot for public office, referenda, employee representation, guaranteed, Amendment 579 (Section 177, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.
HB63
Elections, photo identification required to register to vote, Secretary of State required to issue identification cards to persons without photo identification at no cost, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.; Act 2010-687, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB62
Ethics Commission, annual appropriation to be certain percentage of General Fund Appropriations Act, reduction only by approval of House and Senate
HB61
Income tax, qualifying employers and qualifying employees authorized tax deductions for 100 percent of amounts paid for health insurance premiums, Sec. 40-18-15.3 am'd.
HB60
Health care, persons, employers, or health care providers, mandatory participation in any health care system prohibited, const. amend.
HB59
Retirement under Employees' Retirement System and Teachers' Retirement System, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP) repealed, participants electing DROP prior to effective date not affected, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 16-25-152, 16-25-153, 16-25-154, 36-27-170, 36-27-171, 36-27-172, 36-27-173, 36-27-174, 36-27-175 repealed
HB58
Public officials or spouses of public officials, names and compensation of those who are employed by or have contracts with a municipality, a county, or the state, public disclosure required, filing with Ethics Commission, Sec. 36-25-5.1 added
HB57
Education Trust Fund, appropriations in education budget act capped, Budget Stabilization Fund, Capital Fund, established, transfer of certain funds to Education Trust Fund Rainy Day Account, transfer of funds from Budget Stabilization Fund under certain conditions, Education Trust Fund Rolling Reserve Act, Sec. 40-1-32.1 repealed
HB56
Illegal immigrants, presence, employment, and benefits regulated, concealing, or protecting illegal aliens, prohibited, verification of legal status, penalties, Alabama Department of Homeland Security to establish E-Verify employer agent service, citizenship status of students required, eligibility and requirements for voter registration, certain business transactions prohibited, Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, Sec. 32-6-9 am'd. (2011-21101)

HB813
Health care, persons, employers, or health care providers, mandatory participation in any health care system prohibited, const. amend.
HB806
Court Reporting, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued with modifications until October 1, 2012, reference to the Alabama Judicial Conference deleted, appointment of a board member by the Chief Justice from a list of nominees provided by the Administrative Office of Courts provided for, continuing education, admissibility of depositions limited, liability of board limited, temporary graduate license, Secs. 34-8B-4, 34-8B-5, 34-8B-8, 34-8B-9, 34-8B-15 am'd.
HB785
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
HB629
Corrections Department, prison industries, contracts with private industry for on-site work projects, authorized, additional vocational training and rehabilitation, Secs. 14-7-7, 14-7-8, 14-7-12, 14-7-13, 14-7-14, 14-7-15, 14-7-18, 14-7-19, 14-7-20, 14-7-21, 14-7-22 am'd.; Secs. 14-7-9, 14-7-10, 14-7-11 repealed
HB562
Home Medical Equipment Services Providers, Board of, name changed to Home Medical Equipment Board, duties revised, licensure and regulation, disciplinary hearings, administrative fines, injunctions, penalties, Secs. 34-14C-1, 34-14C-2, 34-14C-4, 34-14C-4.1, 34-14C-6, 34-14C-8 am'd.
HB559
Businesses or public employers, reguired to verify legal status of new employees through federal E-verify program, penalties
HB506
Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB433
Elections, person who is convicted of certain election offense prohibited from serving in certain capacities
HB432
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)
HB428
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, Trust in Reliable Understanding of Consumer Costs Act or the TRUCC Act
HB421
Municipalities, municipal courts, court costs for jails, distrib. for municipal jails, Sec. 11-47-7.1 am'd.
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.
HB412
Aliens, illegal, forfeiture of property acquired while illegal alien, procedures, exceptions
HB411
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.
HB403
Obscene material involving children, disseminate further defined, material that constitutes possession of visual obscene matter further provided for, Secs. 13A-12-190, 13A-12-192 am'd.
HB324
Private Investigation Board, established, members, terms, powers, vacancies, private investigators, licensure and regulation, subject to Administrative Procedure Act and Sunset Law review, civil and criminal penalties, Private Investigators Licensing and Regulatory Act
HB323
Eye care providers including optometrists and ophthalmologists, health insurance policies or plans, prohibited from requiring provider to purchase certain supplies, Access to Eye Care Act, Sec. 27-56-4 am'd. (2010-20388)
HB322
Motor vehicles, driving under the influence, penalties to include mandatory use of ignition interlock device under certain conditions, Forensic Sciences Department to approve devices, Public Safety Department to issue restricted driver's license, fee, provisions for indigent defendants, Sec. 32-5A-191.4 added; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd. (2010-20173)
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.
HB227
Elections, photo identification required, Public Safety Department required to issue identification cards to persons without photo identification, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
HB221
State of Alabama, counties and municipalities prohibited from issuing business licenses without proof of citizenship or legal status in United States
HB195
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
HB194
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
HB181
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.
HB71
Transportation Department and county commissions authorized to designate safety zones in sections of highways with numerous accidents, posting of signs, penalties
HB35
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

HB10
Appropriations, pass-through appropriations, defined and prohibited, exception for valid support of agency programs, administrative and criminal penalties for violations by agencies, line-item appropriations authorized, reporting requirements, Budget Accountability Act
HB9
Political action committees, transfer of funds between prohibited, transfers between principal campaign committees, prohibited, exceptions, certain receipts and expenditures of campaign funds from federal candidates limited, penalties, Congressman Mike Rogers/Jeff McLaughlin Campaign Finance Transparency Act, Secs. 17-5-7, 17-5-15 am'd. (2010-21164)

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