Kerry Rich

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 26
Party: Republican
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 417-I
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0438
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL.

  • Attended, University of Alabama
  • Attended, Gadsden State Community College

Political Information

Known political history for Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 27, 2018
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 26, 1974-1978, 1990-1994, 2010-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL.

  • Manager, WJIA 88.5 FM, 2007-present
  • Legislative Director, Governor Fob James, State of Alabama, 1996-1998

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL.

  • Former Member, Ethics and Campaign Finance Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Rules Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Education Policy Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL.

  • Former President, Kiwanis Club
  • Former President, Alabama Broadcasters Association
  • Member, Guntersville Rotary Club, present
  • Member, Jail Ministry Team
  • Member, Hewett Memorial Methodist Church, present

Election History

Kerry Rich from Albertville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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HB78
Insurance Dept., life and annuity policies, standard nonforfeiture law for individual deferred annuities, group capital calculation and stress test, providing for holding companies, duties to Commission and lead state commissioner, small company alternative valuation provision, exemptions, exemption premium based on valuation manual of NAIC, Commissioner of Insurance may regulate by rule, Secs. 27-15-28.2, 27-29-1, 27-29-3, 27-29-4, 27-29-7, 27-36A-20 am'd.
HB77
County tax assessing official, tax valuation disputes, authorized to defend state, Sec. 40-3-26 am'd.

HB641
Insurance holding companies, regulation by Commissioner of Insurance, group capital calculation and stress test, providing for holding companies, duties to Commission and lead state commissioner, confidentiality under Regulatory Act, Secs. 27-29-1, 27-29-3, 27-29-4, 27-29-7 am'd.
HB612
Insurance, state health insurance exchange, Commissioner of Insurance to estab. for individual coverage under fed. Affordable Care Act, Comm. to apply to fed. gov't for waivers for reinsurance program relating to this act, Secs. 10A-20-6.16, 27-21A-23 am'd.
HB589
Elections, prefilling of any field on voter registration application or absentee ballot application, prohibited, criminal penalties for violations imposed, Secs. 17-3-54, 17-11-4 am'd.
HB554
Higher education, comprehensive transition and postsecondary programs for children of disabled veterans with intellectual disabilities, tuition reimbursement provided for, Secs. 31-6-2, 31-6-4, 31-6-6 am'd.
HB517
Shepherd's Cove Hospice and palliative care entities in Marshall Co., ad valorem and sales and use tax exemptions
HB488
Ad valorem tax on real property, senior property tax appraisal for persons age 70 or older on principal residence used for 10 years, appraisal value frozen on immediate prior year, exceptions, rules by Revenue Dept.
HB445
Crimes and offenses, crimes of riot and inciting to riot, harassment, and assault II, amended, crimes of assault against a first responder, aggravated riot, and unlawful traffic interference, created, mandatory holding period for certain violations, provided, mandatory incarceration period for certain violations, provided, exceptions to sovereign immunity, further provided, restrictions on distribution of revenue to defunding jurisdictions, provided, Secs. 13A-11-3.1, 13A-11-5.1, 13A-11-8.1 added; Secs. 12-25-32, 13A-6-21, 13A-6-132, 13A-11-1, 13A-11-3, 13A-11-4, 13A-11-8, 13A-11-70, 15-13-2, 36-1-12, 36-2-1 am'd.
HB422
Marshall County, court costs, deposit in Law Library fund, Presiding Circuit Judge's Judicial Administration Fund, reestablished, deposits in separate bank accounts, use of funds, Act 426, 1973 Reg Sess., repealed and superseded
HB392
Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Obligation Transparency, created, membership, compensation, powers, and duties, provided
HB386
Fireworks, State Fire Marshal, fees for manufacturing, sale, display, increased, common fireworks, redesignated consumer fireworks, authorized to be sold at retail, preemption of co. and mun ordinances or laws, fees increased based on increases in Consumer Price Index (CPI), transfer of funds to Firefighter Annuity and Benefit Fund, Sec. 36-19-31 added; Secs. 8-17-210, 8-17-211, 8-17-216.1, 8-17-217, 8-17-218, 8-17-219, 8-17-220, 8-17-225, 8-17-226, 8-17-237, 8-17-255, 34-33-11, 34-33A-12, 36-19-29 am'd.
HB318
Onsite Wastewater Board, requirement of annual transfer of unencumbered funds to State Gen. Fund deleted, administrative fines increased, Secs. 34-21A-6, 34-21A-25 am'd.
HB317
Abortion, chemical abortion, doctors required to inform of possibility of reversing chemical abortions, cause of action and criminal penalties provided
HB261
State employees, Chief Executive Officer of the State Employees Insurance Board may approve group insurance offerings
HB260
Education, public K-12, Teacher Bill of Rights, created, distribution and posting of bill of rights provided
HB259
Prescription drugs, labels required to state country of origin
HB258
Insurance Department, Commissioner, Standard Valuation Law, small company alternative valuation, condition for revised, Sec. 27-36A-20 am'd.
HB248
Education, broadcast of public K-12 school sporting events
HB205
Fireworks, State Fire Marshal, fees for manufacturing, sale, display, increased, common fireworks, redesignated consumer fireworks, authorized to be sold at retail, preemption of co. and mun ordinances or laws, fees increased based on increases in Consumer Price Index (CPI), transfer of funds to Firefighter Annuity and Benefit Fund, Sec. 36-19-31 added; Secs. 8-17-210, 8-17-211, 8-17-216.1, 8-17-217, 8-17-218, 8-17-219, 8-17-220, 8-17-225, 8-17-226, 8-17-237, 8-17-255, 34-33-11, 34-33A-12, 36-19-29 am'd.
HB122
Insurance, flood insurance, exempt from rate filing and approval requirement, Sec. 27-13-21 am'd.
HB34
Insurance, to provide for opinion of appointed actuary, to permit an insurer to apply for an exception for annual actuarial opinion requirement, Sec. 27-3-26.1 am'd.
HB33
Insurance Dept., expenses related to examination by Commissioner of Insurance, Vehicle Protection Products Act, fees deposited in Insurance Dept. Fund, expense related to exam by commissioner, Sec. 8-33-14 added.
HB32
Insurance, reinsurance, regulation and credit against reserves, adoption of similar to Credit for Reinsurance Model Law by Nat. Assoc. of Insurance Commissioners, Secs. 27-5B-8.1, 27-5B-20 added; Secs. 27-5B-3, 27-5B-9, 27-5B-11, 27-5B-14, 27-5B-19 am'd.
HB31
Captive Insurance Companies, insurance in alien jurisdictions auth., requirements for an Alabama Coastal Captive Insurance Company revised, certificate of dormancy provided for, Secs. 27-31B-26, 27-31C-3.1 added; Sec. 27-31C-4 repealed; Secs. 27-31B-2, 27-31B-3, 37-31B-6, 27-31C-3 am'd.

HB386
State employees, Chief Executive Officer of the State Employees Insurance Board may approve group insurance offerings
HB354
Insurance, to provide for opinion of appointed actuary, to permit an insurer to apply for an exception for annual actuarial opinion requirement, Sec. 27-3-26.1 am'd.
HB241
Prescription drugs, labels required to state country of origin
HB 214
Education, public K-12, Teacher Bill of Rights, created, distribution and posting of bill of rights provided
HB 95
Onsite Wastewater Board, requirement of annual transfer of unencumbered funds to State Gen. Fund deleted, administrative fines increased, Secs. 34-21A-6, 34-21A-25 am'd.
HB 70
Insurance, reinsurance, regulation and credit against reserves, adoption of similar to Credit for Reinsurance Model Law by Nat. Assoc. of Insurance Commissioners, Secs. 27-5B-8.1, 27-5B-20 added; Secs. 27-5B-3, 27-5B-9, 27-5B-11, 27-5B-14, 27-5B-19 am'd.
HB 69
State Fire Marshal, fireworks and pyrotechnics, fees, increased, transfer of portion to Firefighters Annuity and Benefit Fund, increases further based on Consumer Price Index, Sec. 36-19-31 added; Secs. 8-17-211, 8-17-216.1, 8-17-237, 8-17-255, 34-3-11, 34-33A-12, 36-19-29 am'd.
HB 68
Insurance Dept., service contract law, expenses related to examination by Commissioner of Insurance, Vehicle Protection Products Act, fees deposited in Insurance Dept. Fund, expense related to exam by commissioner, Secs. 8-32-13, 8-32-14 added.

HB 606
Marshall Co., sheriff, salary, further provided for,
HB 605
Marshall Co., sheriff, add'l expense allowance
HB 604
Marshall Co., sheriff, expenditures and disposal of property regulated, penalties for violations
HB 603
Marshall Co., sheriff dept., all employees required to receive continuing education, county commission to fund training
HB 602
Marshall Co., feeding of prisoners further provided for, Discretionary Fund established, const. amend.
HB 390
Taxation, adaptive equipment, exempt from sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.
HB 102
Insurance companies, corporate governance, required to provide Commissioner of Insurance annually, insurance holding company systems, definition of internationally active insurance groups, confidentially, Corporate Governance Model Act enacted, Secs. 27-29B-1 to 27-29B-9, inclusive, added; Secs. 27-29-1, 27-29-7 am'd.
HB 101
Insurance Data Security Law, Insurance Commissioner to regulate, reports to Insurance Dept., licensee to implement information security programs, oversight of third-party providers, reports re cybersecurity events, criminal penalties, Secs. 10A-20-6.16, 27-21A-23 am'd.

HB 506
Insurance companies, corporate governance, required to provide Commissioner of Insurance annually, Corporate Governance Model Act enacted, Secs. 27-29B-1 to 27-29B-9, inclusive, added
HB 440
Employees' Retirement System, retirees, one-time lump-sum additional payment
HB 401
Insurance companies, unsolvenices, Alabama Insurance Guaranty Association Act, provisions conformed to most recent model act, obligation of assoc. to pay covered claims before order of liquidation of insolvent insurer, statutory cap for benefits and aggregate cap provided, Secs. 27-42-3, 27-42-5, 27-42-8, 27-42-11, 27-42-12 am'd.
HB 126
Children, paternity, to enable a man to challenge presumption of paternity if he believes he is the biological father of a child, Sec. 26-17-607 am'd.
HB 125
Insurance Dept, licensure of producers and service representatives, continuing education for renewals, civil penalties, provisions for extension deleted, Secs. 27-8A-1, 27-8A-2 am'd.
HB 90
Residential property, foreclosure, right-of-redemption, time period to redeem further provided for, notice requirement actions, affirmative defense, provided for, time frame for notice requirement actions, further provided for, Sec. 6-5-248 am'd.
HB 52
Abortion, require abortion providers to provide certain information to women seeking an abortion, and to require refunds if the abortion is cancelled, Secs. 26-23A-4, 26-23A-10 am'd.
HB 48
Local Government Health Insurance Program, Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound authorized to participate, Sec. 11-91A-2 am'd.
HB 46
Residential property, foreclosure, right-of-redemption, time period to redeem further provided for, notice requirement actions, affirmative defense, provided for, time frame for notice requirement actions, further provided for, Sec. 6-5-248 am'd.
HJR 57
Sanford, Bruce, commended
HJR 23
Congress, application for Constitutional Convention to limit members terms
HR 41
Waldrop, Eric and Courtney, birth of sextuplets, commended

HB568
Local Government Insurance Program, Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound authorized to participate, Sec. 11-91A-2 am'd.
HB567
Residential property, foreclosure, right-of-redemption, time period to redeem further provided for, notice requirement actions, affirmative defense, provided for, time frame for notice requirement actions, further provided for, Sec. 6-5-248 am'd.
HB370
Education, local boards of education authorized to provide for released time religious instruction in public high schools as an elective course for credit
HB357
Insurance adjusters, independent, coursework and education for licensure and continuing education waived if otherwised certified, Secs. 27-9A-9, 27-9A-13 am'd.
HB186
Voter identification, exemption for religious objection, created, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
HB131
Sonogram, specific information regarding unborn child, required notice, penalty for violation, Ultrasound Access Act
HB94
Insurance Dept. Risk-Based Capital Act, information obtained privileged, Holding Company System Regulatory Act, exception for enterprise reports deleted, Commissioner authorized to share information with NAIC, legal authority for group-wide supervisor for international insurance groups, Sec. 27-29-6.2 added; Secs. 27-2B-9, 27-29-1, 27-29-4, 27-29-7 am'd.

HB518
Marshall Co., Tennessee Valley Authority payments in-lieu-of-taxes, distrib., Act 86-564, 1986 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB249
State Parks Fund and the Parks Revolving Fund, transfer to other public accounts prohibited, const. amend.
HB184
Education, local boards of education authorized to provide for released time religious instruction in public high schools as an elective course for credit
HB183
Sonogram, specific information regarding unborn child, required notice, penalty for violation, Ultrasound Access Act

HB518
Marshall Co., Tennessee Valley Authority payments in-lieu-of-taxes, distrib., Act 86-564, 1986 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB249
State Parks Fund and the Parks Revolving Fund, transfer to other public accounts prohibited, const. amend.
HB184
Education, local boards of education authorized to provide for released time religious instruction in public high schools as an elective course for credit
HB183
Sonogram, specific information regarding unborn child, required notice, penalty for violation, Ultrasound Access Act

HB644
Motor vehicles, truck weights, dump trucks not required to meet axle spacing requirements under certain conditions, Sec. 32-9-20 am'd.
HB537
Community Correction Centers, inmates, work release, to obtain an Inmate In Paid Employment Driver's License, under certain conditions
HB441
Municipalities, outdoor advertising regulated by Department of Transportation, enforcement in corporate limits by municipalities authorized, Sec. 23-1-278 am'd.
HB422
County roads, municipalities, assuming control, co. commission required to approve, Sec. 11-49-81 am'd.
HB255
Education, local boards of education authorized to provide for released time religious instruction in public high schools as an elective course for credit
HB105
Motor vehicles, pickup trucks, riding in bed of by person under certain age, prohibited, exceptions, phased in implementation, penalties

HB585
Attorneys, certain non attorneys allowed to represent certain entities in court, Sec. 34-3-7 am'd.
HB578
Alabama Retired Education Employees' Health Care Trust, percentage of full market value of trust allowed to be distributed, increased, Sec. 36-36-6 am'd.
HB559
Firearms, exempt sales and use taxes on firearms, ammunition, and firearm supplies for limited period each year
HB555
Motor vehicles, pickup trucks, riding in bed of by person under certain age, prohibited, exceptions, phased in implementation, penalties
HB531
Snead State Community College Foundation, ad valorem tax exempt
HB508
Code of Ethics, definition of principal expanded, lobbyist required to identify principals that stand to benefit from lobbyist activities, Secs. 36-25-1, 36-25-18 am'd.
HB494
Abortion, minors, definition of alt., written parental consent required, procedure by physicians required, Secs. 26-21-1 to 26-21-4, inclusive, 26-21-7 am'd., Secs. 26-21-6.1 added
HB490
Fetal Heartbeat Act, prohibits physician from performing abortion without first determining fetal heartbeat, physician who does not make determination or who performs abortion when heartbeat detected is guilty of Class C felony
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.
HB466
Marshall Co., T VA in lieu of taxes payments, received pursuant to Act 2010-135, distrib., Discretionary Fund Committee, further provided for, Act 2011-527, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB463
Criminally negligent homicide, victim under six years of age, penalties increased, Sec. 13A-6-4 am'd.
HB446
Cosmetology and Barbering, Alabama Board of, name changed to State Board of Cosmetology, barbers removed from licensure and regulation by the board, board membership revised, Sec. 34-7B-17 repealed; Secs. 34-7B-1, 34-7B-2, 34-7B-6, 34-7B-7, 34-7B-13, 34-7B-26, 34-7B-27, 34-7B-29 am'd.
HB387
Employees' Retirement System, one-time lump-sum additional payment to retirement allowance of certain retirees and beneficiaries
HB379
Capital punishment, person or entity who participates in an execution or performs any ancillary function shall be confidential, Sec. 15-18-82.1 am'd.
HB366
Federal Aid Highway Finance Authority, membership, gasoline tax revenues pledged to secure bonds of authority, parity of pledge provided, investments further provided for, Secs. 23-1-181, 23-1-301, 23-1-305, 23-1-309, 23-1-311, 23-1-313, 23-1-314, 23-1-315 am'd.
HB365
Emergencies, Facilitating Business Rapid Response to Declared Disasters Act, out-of-state businesses not subject to certain income tax provisions during declared emergency in state
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
HB337
Public education, definitions, arrest warrants, public school employees, issuance of arrest warrant for actions occurring while performing official duties, procedures
HB289
Grandparents, visitation with grandchildren, petition procedure and burden of proof established, Sec. 30-3-4.1 repealed
HB281
Religious expression in schools, authorized, Alabama Student Religious Liberties Act
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
HB191
School attendance, a child who withdraws from public school to attend an accredited online school, prohibited from being considered a drop-out or non-graduate for determining graduation rates, Sec. 16-28-3 am'd.
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

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.
HB625
Albertville, Municipal Utilities Board, local act creating repealed, Act 1943-287, 1943 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB582
Marshall Co., volunteer fire districts, co. commission authorized to establish, service fee, referendum in districts
HB577
Boaz, alcoholic beverages, sale of draft or keg beer or malt beverages authorized
HB566
Civil actions, attorney fees and costs awarded to prevailing party
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
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
HB442
Marshall Co., T VA in lieu of taxes payments, received pursuant to Act 2010-135, distrib., Discretionary Fund Committee, further provided for, Act 2011-527, 2011 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB390
Marshall Co., local laws providing action by House and Senate delegation, construed to mean districts representing great numbers of residents of Marshall Co.
HB376
Use of force in defense of a person, authorized by an owner, employee, or other person authorized to be on business premises if another person is attempting or committing robbery or burglary on the premises, Sec, 13A-3-23 am'd.
HB366
Primary elections, automatic recount under certain conditions required, procedures, waiver by candidates, costs, Sec. 17-16-20 am'd.
HB363
Capital offenses, appeal directly to Alabama Supreme Court, Sec. 13A-5-53 am'd.
HB360
Abortion, redefined, disclosures and information increased, Secs. 26-23A-3, 26-23A-4, 26-23A-5 am'd.
HB357
Weights and measures, registered service agent to conduct testing and inspection of devices, Agriculture and Industries Department to provide registration and regulation of agents, Board of Agriculture and Industries authorized to adopt a schedule of civil fines for violations, Secs. 8-16-1, 8-16-6, 8-16-7, 8-16-18 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.
HB339
Tennessee River, Aquatic Plant Management Board and Fund created, aquatic plant management programs, permits for aquatic plant removal or eradication
HB305
Youthful Offender Act, persons charged with a Class A felony excluded, Sec. 15-19-1 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
HB299
Ten Commandments, display of on state property and at public schools, authorized, const. amend.
HB279
Taxation, aviation jet fuel purchased by international cargo air carriers, refund for excise tax paid on purchases of aviation jet fuel by exemption from sales and use tax, Secs. 40-17-329, 40-23-4, 40-23-62 am'd.
HB227
Attorney General, state litigation, contingency fee contracts with private attorneys, regulated, Transparency in Private Attorney Contracts Act, Sec. 41-16-72 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
HB217
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
HB140
Income tax, tax credit for rehabilitation, preservation, and development of certain historic structures
HB131
Human Resources Department, TANF, food stamps, or Medicaid applicants, random tests for substance abuse based on appearance or demeanor implying under influence of controlled substances, required, ineligibility under certain conditions, positive tests not admissible in criminal proceedings, department to administer pursuant to Administrative Procedure Act
HB130
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
HB129
Public education, local board of education may authorize qualified school security, school resource officers, and administrators to carry pistols or stun guns on school property
HB128
School attendance, to prohibit any child who withdraws from public, private, or church school to attend an accredited online school from being considered a drop-out or non-graduate for determining graduation rates, Sec. 16-28-3 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
HB660
Marshall Co., volunteer fire district, co. commission may establish volunteer fire districts, electors of district may call referendum specifying funding by meter fee or service fee
HB659
Lifespan Respite Resource Network, established, Alabama Respite Coalition, established
HB565
Marshall County, county board of education, Legislature may provide for by local law, local const. amend.
HB564
Marshall Co., board of education, election of members from four single-member districts and county-wide, district boundaries, board authorized to change boundaries of election districts, procedures
HB476
Marshall Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, additional payments in lieu of taxes, portion distrib. to local boards of education
HB418
Abortion, physician required to perform ultrasound prior to performing abortionand display the images to the pregnant woman, medical emergency excepted, civil and criminal penalties, Right to Know and See Act
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
HB407
Public School and College Authorities, change baseline date, increase average salary, allow schools affected by closure of bases to receive proceeds from the authority, Secs. 16-16A-2, 16-16A-7, 16-16A-8 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
HB382
Mortgages, Alabama Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, provides for timely payoff statements and timely recording of mortgage satisfaction, Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30 am'd
HB340
Crime of Looting, established, penalties, violation would be Class C felony
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
HB269
Public assistance, fraud in obtaining, crime established, penalties, theft of services, knowledge requirement deleted, Sec. 13A-8-10 am'd.
HB223
Abortion, require physician involvement, define terms, express intent, require certain standard in treatment and care, require reporting, require Board of Health adopt rules and provide penalties
HB221
Municipalities, ordinance establishing automated red light traffic control photographic system, prohibited
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
HB171
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
HB170
Motor vehicles, driver's licenses, law enforcement authorized to issue citation if reasonable suspicion that driver was driving a motor vehicle without license even without personal observation of the person driving, request to see driver's license authorized under certain conditions, Sec. 32-6-9.1 added (2012-20486)
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
HB140
Income tax credit for qualifying projects or new or expanding businesses creating new jobs, tax credits claimed authorized to be carried over up to four tax years, Sec. 40-18-194 am'd.
HB92
Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine, State Board of Health required to classify as controlled substances, exemptions, wholesale drug distributors exempt from storage, record keeping and security control, Secs. 20-2-20, 20-2-181 am'd.
HB91
Controlled substances, unlawful manufacture of, in the first degree, expanded to include manufacture on rental properties, penalties increased, Sec. 13A-12-218 am'd.
HB90
Secondary metals recyclers, permitting of certain secondary metals recylers and sellers of certain metal property required, business hours of secondary metals recyclers limited, notification, maintenance of additional records required, cash payment limited, penalties, Sec. 13A-8-30.1 added, Secs. 13A-8-31, 13A-8-37 am'd.;

HB18
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

HB613
Marshall Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes, portion distrib. to local boards of education
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.
HB487
County roads, forestry harvesting operations, prior notice to county commission, limitations, civil fines, other permits, bonds prohibited, Sec. 23-1-80.1 added
HB478
Economic development, tax incentives authorized to certain companies and educational institutions for locating new or expanding business in state, or a retention project, capital investment and job requirements, Alabama Development Office and Revenue Department to recommend to Governor, Industrial Development Authority to approve project for incentive (2011-20902)
HB477
Industrial Development Authority, members, composition altered to include President Pro Tempore of Senate or designee and Speaker of the House or designee, Sec. 41-10-25 am'd.
HB474
Elections, board of registrars, prohibited time of registering any person as a qualified elector extended from 10 to 14 days prior to election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB440
Motor vehicles and commercial motor vehicles, traffic violations, notification by court to Public Safety Department of convictions of state or local traffic offenses, time period decreased, notification by Public Safety Department to other jurisdictions of convictions of drivers, time period decreased, Secs. 32-5A-195, 32-6-49.14 am'd.; Act 2010-599, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
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.
HB405
Persons, defined to include all humans from moment of fertilization
HB372
Nursing scholarships, qualifications altered, funding increased, appropriation, Secs. 34-21-60, 34-21-61, 34-21-62, 34-21-63 am'd.
HB339
State parks, State Park Revolving Fund, separate operating fund for each park, established, percentage of gross revenues from each park deposited into fund annually, expenditure of local park funds determined by board comprised of park manager, citizen appointed by legislative delegation, and member of legislative delegation, Sec. 9-2-107 am'd.
HB330
Property insurance, hurricane deductible only applied on damages from named hurricane or tropical storm, certain personal lines insurance policies to offer voluntary buy-back provision, penalties
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
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
HB206
Polling places, proximity of persons to door of building, distance increased, Sec. 17-9-50 am'd.
HB204
Public contracts, waiver of payment within 30 days prohibited, interest added on any dollar amount approved and unpaid, certification and proof of certification of availability of funds, attorney fees and court costs, Sec. 41-16-3 am'd.
HB203
Public schools, proof of citizenship of any child enrolling in elementary or secondary school, being tutored at home or through a church school, notification of local law enforcement for violations, required
HB193
Civil actions, obesity or weight gain, suits prohibited, limited exceptions, Commonsense Consumption Act
HB185
Motor carriers, federal Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005, responsibility for administration transferred from Public Service Commission to Revenue Department, distrib. of net fees to Public Safety Department, Sec. 37-3-32.1 amended and renumbered as Sec. 40-12-435
HB158
Business licenses, municipality, county, or other political subdivision of this state to use E-verify to determine legal status of person applying for business license
HB157
Human Resources Department, TANF, food stamps, or Medicaid applicants, random tests for substance abuse based on appearance or demeanor implying under influence of controlled substances, required, ineligibility under certain conditions, positive tests not admissible in criminal proceedings, department to administer pursuant to Administrative Procedure Act
HB127
Coal, excise and privilege tax, termination date extended, tax proceeds further distributed, Sec. 40-13-6, 40-13-8 am'd. (2011-20623)
HB121
Public benefits and employment eligibility, use of false, fictitious, or fraudulent document to obtain benefits or to possess for use in obtaining public benefits, crime established, penalties, Human Resources Department to report violations to local district attorney, proof of lawful presence in United States required, Industrial Relations Department, Human Resources Department, and state and local agencies required to use E-Verify for eligibility for welfare benefits and employment, E-verify training
HB120
Motor vehicles, driving without a license, arresting law enforcement officer required to transport person to nearest magistrate, verification of lawful immigration status, bond required under certain circumstances, Sec. 32-6-9 am'd.
HB119
Motor vehicles, law enforcement officer authorized to issue citation if reasonable suspicion that driver was driving a motor vehicle without a proper license, request to see driver's license authorized under certain conditions, Sec. 32-6-9 am'd. (2011-20872)
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
HB99
Unauthorized aliens, employment prohibited, certain businesses reguired to verify employment eligibility of all employees through federal E-verify program, penalties
HB98
Term limits, members of Senate and House of Representatives limited to three consecutive full terms, const. amend.
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.
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.
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)
HB19
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. (2011-20004)
HB18
Abortion, prohibited on or after 20 weeks postfertilization, exceptions for health of mother, Legislative findings regarding pain felt by unborn child, reports to Office of Vital Statistics, civil and criminal penalties, Alabama Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, Sec. 22-9A-13 am'd. (2011-20570)

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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