Kim Benefield

Updated: August 08, 2022 at 3:52 PM CST

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Status: Out of Office
Party: Democrat
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Chambers Co., ad valorem tax, for public library purposes, continued, use specified, const. amend.
Restaurants, smoking prohibited in, Secs. 22-15A-3, 22-15A-5, 22-15A-6 am'd.
Abortions, human embryonic stem cell research, human embryo cloning, euthanasia, or physician-assisted suicide, requirement to perform in private or denominational hospital by employees or physicians, prohibited, civil action for damages or reinstatement of employment
Alzheimer's Disease Task Force, established to assess the current and future impact of Alzheimer's disease in Alabama, members, duties, Mental Health Department to provide administrative support, report of findings to Governor and Legislature, termination date
Randolph Co., tobacco tax, collection and distribution, Legislative Delegation District Community Service Office abolished, Act 2003-213, 2003 Reg. Sess. am'd.
Women's Commission, qualifications, duties, funding, terms of office, altered, Secs. 41-9-415, 41-9-416 added; Secs. 41-9-410, 41-9-411, 41-9-413 am'd.
Human trafficking, crime established, coercion or deception to perform labor or certain sexual activities, prohibited, criminal penalties
Municipalities, Neighborhood Revitalization Authorities, establishment by homeowners and businesses authorized, to manage and coordinate financing for neighborhood projects, tax credits, Neighborhood Revitalization Act
Alabama Coal Mine Safety Law of 1975, state mining laws extensively revised to modernize and supplemented to comply with federal law to enhance mining safety, Secs. 25-9-31, 25-9-32, 25-9-217, 25-9-380, 25-9-400 to 25-9-407, inclusive, added; Secs. 25-9-7, 25-9-9, 25-9-20, 25-9-22, 25-9-24, 25-9-40, 25-9-60, 25-9-61, 25-9-67, 25-9-80, 25-9-81, 25-9-82, 25-9-83, 25-9-86, 25-9-88, 25-9-131, 25-9-132, 25-9-133, 25-9-210, 25-9-216, 25-9-273, 25-9-276, 25-9-277, 25-9-278, 25-9-279, 25-9-280, 25-9-282, 25-9-360, 25-9-361 am'd.; Secs. 25-9-87, 25-9-153 repealed
Clay Co., tobacco tax, additional levied, portion distrib. to water districts for installing feeder lines, Legislative Delegation District Community Service Office abolished, Secs. 45-14-244.02, 45-14-244.05 am'd.; Sec. 45-14-244.04 repealed
Chambers Co., tobacco tax, portion distrib. to Valley Haven School, for water districts for installing feeder lines, and for scholarships administered by Scholarship Board appointed by the legislative delegation, Legislative Delegation District Community Service Office abolished, Sec. 45-9-244 am'd.
Children, day care providers, leaving child unattended in a motor vehicle unless supervised by person of certain age prohibited, penalties determined by first, second, or subsequent conviction and whether child is injured or fatally injured, Amiyah White Unattended Children in Motor Vehicle Safety Act
Teachers, principals, and education employees, State Superintendent of Education, revocation of education certificate or termination of employment required for conviction of felony or sex offense involving a child, regarding Teacher Tenure Law, Teacher Accountability Act, and Fair Dismissal Act, Secs. 16-24-8.1, 16-24B-3.1, 36-26-102.1 added; Sec. 16-23-5 am'd.
Building codes, Alabama Residential Energy Code Board changed to Alabama Energy and Residential Codes Board, board membership further provided for, Model Energy Code replaced with Alabama Energy and Residential Codes, adoption of energy codes for commercial buildings and residential building codes, implementation by counties and municipalities, certain farm structures excluded, residential sprinkler systems requirements prohibited in certain residences, Secs. 41-23-80, 41-23-81, 41-23-82, 41-23-83, 41-23-84, 41-23-85 am'd. (2010-20221)
State property, time period for state to repurchase land sold by state to certain entities if later sold to private person or entities, decreased, municipal commercial development authorities exempt from procedures regarding sale or transfer of state property, retroactive effect, Sec. 9-15-82 am'd.
Yellow fever vaccines, pharmacists may dispense, Sec. 34-23-1 am'd.
Nursing scholarships, qualifications altered, funding increased, appropriation, Graduate Degree Scholarship for Nurses, Secs. 34-21-60, 34-21-61, 34-21-62, 34-21-63 am'd.
Counties and county entities, claims for expenses denied by state agencies, State Board of Adjustment to approve claims unless denied under agency procedures adopted under Administrative Procedure Act, Sec. 41-9-65 am'd.
Teachers, principals, and education employees, State Superintendent of Education, revocation of education certificate or termination of employment required for conviction of felony or sex offense involving a child, regarding Teacher Tenure Law, Teacher Accountability Act, and Fair Dismissal Act, Secs. 16-24-8.1, 16-24B-3.1, 36-26-102.1 added; Sec. 16-23-5 am'd.
Occupational tax, levy by county or municipality, prohibited, const. amend.
Highways and other roads, Alabama Trust Fund, $100 million transferred annually in 2010 to 2020, inclusive, distrib. of portion after appropriation to Transportation Department, portions earmarked for special projects, distrib. of portion to counties and municipalities for transportation purposes, transfers from Alabama Trust Fund to Municipal Government Capital Improvement Fund and County Government Capital Improvement Fund, const. amend.
Ethics Law, substantially revised, bribery of public servant, failure to disclose conflict of interest, and trading in public office, penalties increased, soliciting contributions for certain purposes prohibited, lobbyist and thing of value defined, Ethics Commission, members, compensation, online reporting, issuance of subpoenas, representation of clients by legislators limited, contracting with educational institutions limited, fees and reports of registered lobbyists, limitation on certain members of awarding authority, disclosure forms for certain travel, penalties, Secs. 13A-10-61, 13A-10-62, 13A-10-63, 17-5-7, 36-25-1, 36-25-3, 36-25-4, 36-25-10, 36-25-11, 36-25-18, 36-25-19, 36-25-27 am'd.
Supreme Court and courts of appeals, court costs increased, distrib. for Supreme Court Law Library, Sec. 12-2-159 am'd.
Pesticides and pesticide devices, registration biennially, new fee schedule, Sec. 2-27-9 am'd.
Fertilizers, local ordinance, rule, or regulation pertaining to prohibited, subject matter of Agriculture and Industries Department, exception (2010-20906)
Farms and farm operations, nuisance actions, may not be declared as public or private nuisance or to be in violation of municipal or county ordinance if operated lawfully and under certain conditions, Family Farm Preservation Act
Sex offenders, Internet access to commercial social networking website, prohibited, penalties

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