Laura Hall

Updated: August 07, 2022 at 12:13 PM CST

General Information

Who is Laura Hall?
Laura Hall

Representative Laura Hall is proud to serve the citizens of District 19 in Madison County. A devoted public servant, Representative Hall began her career by spending more than 40 years in public education, a cause that remains very close to her heart. She has served as the President of the Huntsville Education Association and continues to bring leadership to the District’s public school systems. She is also committed to the health of Alabamians, having served on the legislature’s Health committee as well as being appointed Chairwoman of the Governor’s Commission on AIDS.

Representative Hall is the Vice-Chair of the Madison County Legislative Delegation and Ranking Minority Member of both the General Fund Finance and Appropriations and Internal Affairs committees. Representative Hall’s other community leadership positions include Board positions for Hope Place, Constitution Village, and the AIDS Action Coalition, as well as membership with the American Association of University Women, Madison County Democratic Women, the Tennessee Valley League of Women Voters, the Huntsville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, and the Greater Huntsville Chapter of Links, Inc.

During her tenure in the legislature, Representative Hall has authored many bills advancing the rights and wishes of Alabamians of all walks of life.

She has also partnered with the City of Huntsville and Madison County Commissioner, District 6 for the past 14 years to run the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which gives residents access to free tax return preparation. During this time, more than $16 million have been returned to our community.

Representative Hall worked with Representative Jack Williams in co-sponsoring a bill to strengthen Alabama’s fight against human trafficking. She also continues to fight for the rights and well-being of those with mental illness and cognitive disorders, access to healthcare particularly for individuals affected by HIV/AIDS, and the rights of incarcerated and previously incarcerated persons.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 19
Party: Democrat
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Birthday: January 25, 1943 80

Contact Information

Known contact information for Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Room 517-D
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0517
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL.

  • MS, Science Education, Ohio State University, 1973
  • BA, Biology, Morris College, 1965
  • Certified, K-12 Administration, Alabama A&M University

Political Information

Known political history for Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 19, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 19, 1993-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL.

  • Administrator, Calhoun Community College, 1998-2008
  • Educator, J.O. Johnson High School, 1965-1998

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL.

  • Former Ranking Minority Member, Internal Affairs Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Madison County Legislation Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Member, Madison County Women's Political Caucus, present
  • Member/Chair, Alabama House of Representatives Black Caucus, present

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL.

  • State and County Democratic Executive Committee, 1990-1998
  • Member, Delta Sigma Theta Incorporated
  • Board Member, Constitution Village
  • Board Member, Hope Place
  • Chair, Governor's Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
  • Member, Tennessee Valley League of Women Voters
  • Member, American Association of University Women
  • Member, Central, North Alabama Health Center, present
  • Member, Advisory Board of Directors, AID Action Coalition, present
  • Member, Greater Huntsville Chapter of Links, Incorporated
  • Member, Madison County Democratic Women, present
  • President, Huntsville Education Association
  • Vice Chair, Madison County Legislative Delegation

Election History

Laura Hall from Huntsville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Laura Hall has sponsored.

HB473
Voting rights restoration, application requirement eliminated, Board of Pardons and Paroles to determine eligibility to receive Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, indigent individual's voting rights to be restored if individual is in compliance with approved payment plan for payment of fines, court costs and fees, Secs. 15-22-36.1, 17-3-31, 17-4-3 am'd.
HB445
Taxation, tax exemptions, Rosetta James Foundation exempt from all state, county, and municipal taxes, licenses, and fees, Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.
HB360
Medicaid, extend postpartum coverage for eligible pregnant women to one year after birth
HB199
Governor's Office of Minority Affairs, name changed to Alabama Office of Minority Affairs, established as a separate state agency, authorized to draft policy recommendations, merit and non-merit staff provided for, technical corrections re name change made to Historic Tax Credit Evaluating Committee, Secs. 36-13-50, 36-13-51, 36-13-53, 40-9F-38 am'd.
HB168
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB167
Absentee voting, inmate identification card valid form of ID to vote absentee, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
HB166
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HB53
Voting rights restoration, application requirement eliminated, Board of Pardons and Paroles to determine eligibility to receive Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, indigent individual's voting rights to be restored if individual is in compliance with approved payment plan for payment of fines, court costs and fees, Secs. 15-22-36.1, 17-3-31 am'd.

HB639
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties
HB544
Death penalty repealed, Secs. 13A-5-39, 13A-5-43, 13A-5-44, 15-18-100 am'd; Secs. 13A-5-45 to 13A-5-53, inclusive, 13A-5-55, 13A-5-59, 15-18-80 to 15-18-86, inclusive, repealed
HB468
Medicaid, extend postpartum coverage for eligible pregnant women to one year after birth
HB442
State sales and use tax increased, phase-in period, sales and use tax on food phased out, exempt by 2007, counties and municipalities prohibited from increasing sales tax on food, Secs. 40-23-2, 40-23-61 am'd.
HB436
Jurors, to receive state mileage rate for court attendance, Sec. 12-19-210 am'd.
HB433
Voter registration, authorize registration same day as election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB431
Medicaid, extend postpartum coverage for eligible pregnant women to one year after birth
HB407
State Seal of Biliteracy, established, recognizing graduates with the proficiency in English and at least one world language, including American sign language
HB397
Election ballots, straight political party ballots prohibited, constitutional amendment ballot measure, contents may not mislead description of, Secs. 17-6-36, 17-6-37. 17-6-38, 17-6-39 repealed; Secs. 17-6-35, 17-6-41, 17-7-21 am'd.
HB396
Absentee voting, to allow the absentee election manager to appoint additional assistants, to further provide for absentee ballots applications, to authorize absentee voting without an excuse, to provide further for the process of counting absentee ballots, to eliminate the requirement that an absentee ballot be postmarked as of date prior to election day, Secs. 17-11-2, 17-11-3, 17-11-7, 17-11-10, 17-11-14, 17-11-18 am'd.
HB394
Criminal procedure, asset forfeiture for drug offenses provided, Alabama Criminal Forfeiture Process Act, Secs. 20-2-93 repealed
HB385
Education, public K-12 schools, sex education, revising the focus of content, course materials and instructions provided, Sec. 16-40A-2 am'd.
HB307
Elder abuse, require redaction of contract information from court documents released to the public, to clarify that an elderly person of sound mind or body may hire legal counsel for representation, Sec. 38-9F-6 am'd.
HB306
Wrongful Incarceration, compensation, provided further, Secs. 29-2-156, 29-2-159 am'd.
HB305
Drugs, prohibit unlawful sale of drug paraphernalia and controlled substances on or within a certain distance from churches or schools, Secs. 13A-12-250, 13A-12-260 am'd.
HB295
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HB286
Traffic stops, racial profiling by law enforcement officers, prohibited, written policies, forms for statistics, and reports to Attorney General required, provision for complaints, reporting and collection of data on injuries to officers, required
HB283
Taxation, exempt state, county, and municipal sales and use tax from certain entities
HB84
Absentee voting, inmate identification card valid form of ID to vote absentee, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
HB83
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB82
Voting rights restoration, process of applying for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, eliminate requirement to pay fines and fees to regain right to vote, expand persons eligible for restoration of voting rights, Sec. 15-22-36.1, 17-3-31 am'd.
HB44
State boards, Alabama Historical Records Advisory Board, membership revised, Board of Advisors to Alabama Historical Commission, list of entities authorized to name members to the board revised, Secs. 41-6-103, 41-9-246 am'd.
HB43
State coat of arms, altered, Secs. 1-2-1, 1-2-2 am'd.
HB42
Monuments, clarify that Dir. of Division of Parks may contribute to erection of monuments by any group, Sec. 9-2-105 am'd.
HB41
State property, remove language relating to management of First White House of the Confederacy, technical revisions made, Secs. 41-12-1, 41-12-3 am'd.
HB40
Military Affairs and civil defense, prohibit National Guard members from using Confederate medals on uniforms, remove certain groups from list allowed to use armory, technical revisions to code, Secs. 31-2-77, 31-4-14 am'd.
HB39
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB38
Absentee voting, inmate identification card valid form of ID to vote absentee, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
HB37
Voting rights restoration, process of applying for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, eliminate requirement to pay fines and fees to regain right to vote, expand persons eligible for restoration of voting rights, Sec. 15-22-36.1, 17-3-31 am'd.
HB36
Prisoners, adopting federal procedures for use of restraints on pregnant women

HB448
Medicaid, extend postpartum coverage for eligible pregnant women to one year after birth
HB398
Crimes and offenses, human trafficking, further provided to include consenting to the marriage of a minor to subject the minor to labor servitude or sexual servitude, Sec. 13A-6-153 am'd.
HB394
Wrongful Incarceration, compensation, provided further, Secs. 29-2-156, 29-2-159 am'd.
HB306
Madison Co., small farm wineries, authorize to self-distribute
HB251
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB250
Voting rights restoration, process of applying for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, eliminate requirement to pay fines and fees to regain right to vote, expand persons eligible for restoration of voting rights, Sec. 15-22-36.1, 17-3-31 am'd.
HB 156
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HB 71
Education, public K-12 schools, sex education, revising the focus of content, course materials and instructions provided, Sec. 16-40A-2 am'd.
HB 57
Prisoners, adopting federal procedures for use of restraints on pregnant women
HB 56
Drugs, prohibit unlawful sale of drug paraphernalia and controlled substances near church, prohibit sales of drug paraphernalia near school, Secs. 13A-12-250, 13A-12-260 am'd.
HB 55
Motor vehicles, responding to law enforcement stops, requiring that manuel and State Dept. of Educ. include information on how to respond to law enforcement stops
HB 54
Privacy, prohibit state agency from selling personal information of Alabama residents
HB 53
Crimes and offenses, crime of female genital mutilation established, criminal penalties provided
HB 52
Wine manufacturers, clarifying that no separate retail license is needed for sales at a winery or tasting room, Sec. 28-7-18 am'd.
HB 51
Public contracts, preference to certain bidders
HB 50
Absentee voting, inmate identification card valid form of ID to vote absentee, Sec. 17-9-30 am'd.
HB 49
Law enforcement agencies, sex offenses, to preserve and retain all evidence of commission of the offense until case has been resolved
HB 48
Marriage, minimum age of contracting marriage increased from the age of 16 to age 17, Sec. 30-1-4 am'd.
HB 42
Missing and endangered persons, to expand existing law to include missing and endangered persons suffering from a mental or physical disability who are at risk of bodily harm or death. Secs. 26-19A-1 to 26-19A-5, inclusive, am'd.

HB 585
Prisoners, adopting federal procedures for use of restraints on pregnant women
HB 549
Public Health, require Dept of Public Health to provide education to public regarding care for Alzheimer's and dementia patients, provide funding, Secs. 22-50-70, 22-50-71, 22-50-72, 22-50-73, 22-50-74 repealed
HB 490
Drugs, prohibit unlawful sale of drug paraphernalia and controlled substances near church, prohibit sales of drug paraphernalia near school, Secs. 13A-12-250, 13A-12-260 am'd.
HB 467
Marriage, minimum age of contracting marriage increased from the age of 16 to age 17, Sec. 30-1-4 am'd.
HB 454
Voting rights restoration, process of applying for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, eliminate requirement to pay fines and fees to regain right to vote, expand persons eligible for restoration of voting rights, Sec. 15-22-36.1 am'd.
HB 453
Absentee voting, inmate identification card valid form of ID to vote absentee, option of incarcerated person added to absentee application, ballot and list of criteria for eligibility to vote absentee, Secs. 17-9-30, 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB 322
Sales and use tax on food, exempt from, beginning September 1, 2018
HB 287
Historical Commission, monuments for Rosa Parks and Helen Keller, established
HB 169
Law enforcement agencies, sex offenses, to preserve and retain all evidence of commission of the offense until case has been resolved
HB 156
Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports required
HB 117
Dental Examiners, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.
HB 116
Landscape Architects, Alabama Board of Examiners of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.
HB 97
Public contracts, preference to certain bidders
HB 96
Crimes and offenses, marijuana, possession of, unlawful possession in first and second degree further provided, possession of marijuana in third degree created, Secs. 13A-12-214.4, 13A-12-214.5 added; Secs. 13A-12-213, 13A-12-214 am'd.

HB 485
Rosetta James Foundation, Tax exemption from tax; Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.
HB 474
Rosa Parks Day, first day of December of each year, designated holiday, allow co. and municipality to observe, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
HB 445
Taxation, income tax credit, against tax liability for the rehabilitation, preservation, or development of structures near certain higher education institutions, Historic University Neighborhood Rehabilitation Act
HB 436
Taxation, income tax credit, against tax liability for the rehabilitation, preservation, or development of structures near certain higher education institutions, Historic University Neighborhood Rehabilitation Act
HB 427
Missing persons, persons with Alzheimer's or dementia eligible for Senior Citizen's Alert regardless of age, law enforcement personnel required to undergo training in searching for dementia patients, Secs. 26-19A-2, 26-19A-4 am'd.
HB 367
Criminal procedure, civil asset forfeiture, Secs. 13A-8-117, 13A-11-37, 15-5-60, 20-2-93 repealed
HR 502
Oakes, Sylvia, professional achievement, commended
HB 255
Adult Protective Services Act, revise definition of protected person, to persons with Alzheimers disease or dementia and remove reference to senile, Sec. 38-9-2 am'd.
HJR 501
Oakes, Sylvia, dedicated service and retirement, commended
HJR 341
Fletcher, Richard, commended
HJR 340
Fletcher, Ronald, commended
HR 339
Fletcher, Ronald, commended
HB 165
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HR 338
Fletcher, Richard, commended
HR 309
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Delta Day, recognized
HJR 307
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Delta Day, recognized
HJR 259
Education, requesting additional funding for
HR 228
Caples, Virginia, death mourned
HJR 232
Caples, Virginia, death mourned
HJR 207
Cathey, Reginald Eurias, death mourned
HJR 196
Criminal Justice System, urged to seek options to divert and treat drug offenders
HJR 195
Criminal Justice System, urged to seek options to divert and treat drug offenders
HR 182
Alabama HIV Awareness Day, recognized
HR 181
Gamble, Carl, commended
HJR 183
Alabama HIV Awareness Day, recognized
HR 160
Gamble, Carl, commended

HB330
Child abuse or neglect, mandatory reporting requirements, Sec. 26-14-3 am'd
HB310
Alzheimer's disease, Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission, Firefighters' Personnel Standards and Education Commission, required to train first responders to deal with
HB278
Parolees, nondriver ID cards, Commissioner of Dept. of Corrections and Secretary of the ALEA, authority to establish program to issue nondriver ID to resident parolees upon release
HB276
Taxation, exempt Rosetta James Scholarship Foundation from sales and use taxes
HB121
Medical Examiners and Medical Licensure Commission, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.
HB120
Behavior Analyst Licensing Board, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2020.
HB119
Interior Designers, Alabama Board for Registered, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.
HB80
Motor vehicles, certificate of title, mailing via registered mail, postage paid by applicant requesting, Secs. 32-8-6, 32-8-35 am'd.
HB79
Voter registration, automatic, authorized

HB543
Adoption, in cases of fraud, final orders may be challenged until child is 18, Sec. 26-10A-25 am'd.
HB495
Adoption, in cases of fraud, final orders may be challenged until child is 18, Sec. 26-10A-25 am'd.
HB461
Open Meetings Act, excludes boards of trustees of institutions of higher education created by statute from serial meeting requirements, Sec. 36-25A-2 am'd.
HB424
Criminal offenders, certificate of qualification for employment or occupational licensing issued by Board of Pardons and Paroles
HB423
Innocence Inquiry Commission, creation within Administrative Office of Courts, duties, review of by felony conviction upon presentation of verifiable evidence of innocence not previously presented, referral to court of original jurisdiction for review
HB210
License plate scanners, use by state agencies, political subdivisions prohibited on public highways, exceptions, confidentiality and destruction of information collected
HB150
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB149
Voter registration, automatic, authorized

HB543
Adoption, in cases of fraud, final orders may be challenged until child is 18, Sec. 26-10A-25 am'd.
HB495
Adoption, in cases of fraud, final orders may be challenged until child is 18, Sec. 26-10A-25 am'd.
HB461
Open Meetings Act, excludes boards of trustees of institutions of higher education created by statute from serial meeting requirements, Sec. 36-25A-2 am'd.
HB424
Criminal offenders, certificate of qualification for employment or occupational licensing issued by Board of Pardons and Paroles
HB423
Innocence Inquiry Commission, creation within Administrative Office of Courts, duties, review of by felony conviction upon presentation of verifiable evidence of innocence not previously presented, referral to court of original jurisdiction for review
HB210
License plate scanners, use by state agencies, political subdivisions prohibited on public highways, exceptions, confidentiality and destruction of information collected
HB150
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB149
Voter registration, automatic, authorized

HB364
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB363
Sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention, programs in K-12 schools, required, Secs. 16-28B-6, 16-28B-8 am'd.
HB176
State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2019
HB175
State Board of Prosthetists and Orthotists, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2018.
HB174
Onsite Wastewater Board, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2019
HB173
Polygraph Examiners Board, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2019.
HB172
State Board of Occupational Therapy, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2019

HB596
Taxation, certain foods exempt from sales and use tax annually at start of the season of Lent and ending last day of season
HB593
Sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention, programs in K-12 schools, required, Secs. 16-28B-6, 16-28B-8 am'd.
HB481
Human Trafficking Safe Harbor Act, crimes of prostitution, sexually exploited children, conviction or delinquency adjudication of prostitution prohibited under certain conditions, retention of jurisdiction by juvenile court, additional fines, counseling required, detention of foreign nationals under certain conditions, Sec. 13A-12-123 added
HB406
Title loan business, licensure and regulation of, charges concerning title loans, definitions, penalties, Alabama Title Loan Act
HB320
Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center, approp.
HB285
Individuals with disabilities, promotion of employment by state programs and services, Jeff Ridgeway Alabama Employment First Initiative Act
HB279
Wages, establish the Alabama Minimum Wage Act, to set the state minimum wage, provide for a cost of living increase, const. amend.
HB276
Community Action Association of Alabama, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB270
Medicaid, require Governor to accept Medicaid expansion, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, const. amend.
HB236
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB83
Penny Trust Fund (PTF), Comptroller authorized to transmit funds to State Board of Education, Secs. 41-15A-2, 41-15A-6 am'd

HB660
Individuals with disabilities, promotion of employment by state programs and services, Alabama Employment First Initiative Act
HB659
Searches and seizures, certain electronic communication services providers precluded from release of stored electronic communications without a valid search warrant, penalties for violations
HB599
Taxation, carried forward period of five years for certain projects, Sec. 40-18-194 am'd.
HB559
Local Control School Flexibility Act of 2013, provides for creation of innovative K-12 schools, flexibility contracts between local boards of education and the State Board of Education, and authorize State Board of Education to promulgate rules, Act 2013-64, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB492
Accountability Act of 2013, proposed by HB 84, 2013 Reg. Sess., Act 2013-__, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB485
Penny Trust Fund (PTF), Comptroller authorized to transmit funds from PTF to State Board of Education, Secs. 41-15A-2, 41-15A-6 am'd
HB462
Alabama Title Loan Act, licensure by Banking Dept., bonds, fees, penalties
HB452
Huntsville, pretrial diversion program, city authorized to establish
HB451
Madison Co., law enforcement, delivery of currency seized as evidence to circuit clerk, deposit, forfeiture proceedings
HB424
Colleges and universities, residency for determining admission and tuition, active duty service members, spouses, dependents, veterans and other students considered resident students under certain conditions, Sec. 16-24-2 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.
HB344
Madison Co., lodging tax, termination date deleted, Act 2004-418, 2004 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB320
Deferred presentment services, define principal balance, common database, limits on interest that can be charged, violations, Secs. 5-18A-2, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13, 5-18A-16 am'd.
HB319
Title loan business, regulation and licensure, charges, fines, penalties, Alabama Title Pledge Act
HB312
J.F. Drake State Technical College, name changed to J.F. Drake State Community and Technical College
HB310
County or municipality, authorities, lease of property to United States, powers of authority expanded, expenditure of funds to promote federal facilities authorized, Sec.11-101A-8 am'd.
HB288
Flexible School Calendar Act, local board of education may opt out of calendar parameters by written notices to State Superintendent of Education, Sec. 16-13-231, as amended by Act 2012-482, 2012 Reg. Sess., am'd.
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.
HB278
Retirement, DROP reestablished, exceptions, Secs. 16-25-150, 36-27-170 am'd.
HB269
Class 1, 3, 4, and 5 municipalities, establishment of entertainment districts authorized, Act 2012-438, 2012 Reg Sess., am'd; Sec. 28-3A-17.1 am'd.
HB251
Water, sewer, and fire protection authorities, fire protection service, definition to include additional activities such as testing or drilling for water, Sec. 11-88-1 am'd.
HB250
Local governmental entities, tort liability limitation, includes water, sewer and fire protection authorities organized under Chapter 88, Title 11, Code of Alabama 1975, Sec. 11-93-1 am'd.
HB217
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
HB204
Navigable waters, obstructing prohibited, civil enforcement, civil penalties, exceptions
HB202
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB186
Taxes, exemptions for Still Serving Veterans, Inc.
HB181
Hazardous waste disposal, fee for certain hazardous wastes, decreased, Secs. 22-30-4, 22-30B-2, 22-30B-2.1, 22-30B-4, 22-30B-4.1 am'd.
HB78
Geologists, Board of Licensure for Professional, Sunset Law Review, continued until October 1, 2017
HB77
Landscape Architects, State Board of, Sunset Law Review, continued until October 1, 2017
HB76
Interior Designers, Board for Registered, Sunset Law Review, continued until October 1, 2017
HB75
Elevator Safety Review Board, Sunset Law Review, continued until October 1, 2017, with modification to delete requirements of specific certification, Sec. 25-13-7 am'd.

HB709
Caller ID fraud, criminal penalties for entering false information into a caller identification system in order to defraud or deceive a recipient, provided
HB672
Madison Co., circuit and district court, court administrator, appointment by presiding circuit judge, confidential employee under Unified Judicial System, Act 1040, 1973 Reg. Sess. am'd
HB659
Lifespan Respite Resource Network, established, Alabama Respite Coalition, established
HB646
Housing Authorities, bonds, interest on bonds to be paid according to terms of resolution or its trust indenture or mortgage, bonds sold as determined by authority, 10 days notice required for public sale, Sec. 24-1-32 am'd
HB629
Economic Development, tax increment district, Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone authorized in Class 3 municipalities, development of distressed areas, tax credit required, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-8, 11-99-10 am'd
HB604
Child abuse, law enforcement agencies, individuals mandated to report child abuse to report directly to a duly constituted authority, Sec. 26-14-3 am'd
HB577
Health care, licensed physician or health care provider, allowed to refuse to perform unnecessary medical services or services that could harm patient, Right to Professional Medical Judgment Act
HB426
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB425
Elder Abuse, Interagency Council for the Prevention of, established, members, duties, subject to Sunset Law, reports to Chief Justice of Supreme Court, Governor, and Legislature, Elder Abuse Prevention Act
HB424
Taxation, income tax credit for K-12 teachers for purchase of qualified classroom supplies, Article 12, Sec. 40-18-320, Title 40, Code of Alabama 1975, added
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
HB345
Health benefit plans, group insurance, coverage of autism spectrum disorder to age 18 under certain conditions, Secs. 10A-20-6.16, 27-21A-23 am'd
HB301
Controlled substances, illegal, forfeitures, proceeds from forfeited property may be applied to delinquent child support obligations, Sec. 20-2-93 am'd.
HB300
Public schools, grades 9-12, science courses, appropriation
HB299
Public schools, grades K-8, hands-on science courses, appropriation
HB271
Taxation, state income tax credit relating to Class 1, 2, 3 municipalities for rehabilitation of historic structures

HB15
Ophthalmic materials, sale of by licensed ophthalmologist subject to state sales tax, Sec. 40-23-1 am'd
HB5
Economic Development, tax increment district, Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone authorized in Class 3 municipalities, development of distressed areas, tax credit required, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-8, 11-99-10 am'd

HB657
Employment, use of credit report or credit history of an employee or employment applicant by an employer, complaints filed with Commissioner of Labor, investigation of complaints, civil penalties, exemptions, Job Fairness Act
HB624
Madison Co., alcoholic beverages, licensure and regulation, county commission authorized by resolution to levy privilege or license fee, collection, distrib.
HB575
Madison Co., sheriff, pistol permits, fee increased, Act 489, 1975 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB512
Domestic violence in the first, second, and third degrees, additional crimes added to definitions of, subsequent convictions of domestic violence in the third degree, penalties increased, crimes of interference with a domestic violence emergency call and domestic violence by strangulation or suffocation, provided for, no court costs to any victim of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault in connection with the prosecution or warrant recall Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-133, 13A-6-134 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
HB467
Elder Abuse, Interagency Council for the Prevention of, established, members, duties, subject to Sunset Law, reports to Chief Justice of Supreme Court, Governor, and Legislature, Elder Abuse Prevention Act
HB439
Madison Co., dogs, dangerous dogs in unincorporated areas of county, county commission by resolution may establish procedure for determining, dog required to be kept in fenced enclosure, civil penalties, const. amend.
HB381
Railroads, standards of stationary assembly points and mobile labor camps for maintenance-of-way employees, established, drinking water provided, Board of Health to adopt rules for mobile camps, investigations, inspection fees, distrib.
HB380
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB266
Beer, cider, and wine, homebrewing by adult persons for personal use authorized without taxation or licensure
HB265
Public education employees and law enforcement officers, offenses committed in the line of duty, arrest warrants, procedures for arrest
HB242
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB238
Stalking in the first and second degree, aggravated stalking in the first and second degree, crimes further provided for, Tracy's Law, Secs. 13A-6-90.1, 13A-6-91.1 added; Secs. 13A-6-90, 13A-6-91 am'd.
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
HB223
Supplemental appropriation from Education Trust Fund to Education Department for teachers certified by National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
HB2
Alabama A & M University, board of trustees, nominating committee established, development of training program, at-large appointment may be from outside of Alabama, powers expanded, Secs. 16-49-20, 16-49-21, 16-49-23 am'd.; Sec. 16-49-25 repealed (2011-20426)

HB822
Transportation Department, Good Faith Effort Committee, members subject to diversity, annual report to Legislature
HB748
Infants, sudden unexplained infant death, Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigation Team, established, duties, coordination of county officials, law enforcement, medical or emergency personnel, immunity, Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigation Act
HB698
Family Resource Centers, Alabama Network of, adoption of rules regarding distribution of funds, publication of notice regarding rules in Alabama Administrative Monthly, Sec. 30-8-2 am'd.
HB651
Madison Co., dogs, dangerous dogs, areas outside corporate limits of any municipality, procedure for determining and humanely destroying or returning to owner, dog required to be kept in secure enclosure, penalties, const. amend.
HB635
State employees, sick leave, donation of catastrophic leave, bereavement leave, altered and clarified, Secs. 36-26-35.2, 36-26-36.2, 36-26-36.3 am'd.
HB630
City of Huntsville Federal Building Authority, BRAC distributions from State of Alabama authorized for financing infrastructure and improvements in certain areas of North Alabama impacted by 2005 Base Realignment and Closure
HB627
Education certificate, State Superintendent of Education to promptly notify holder of investigation of misconduct and prohibited from taking negative action against holder until all due process exhausted, Sec. 16-23-5 am'd.
HB617
Guardians, kinship guardianships, subsidy program established, procedures for and legal authority of kinship guardians, duties and subsidies through Human Resources Department, Kinship Guardianship Subsidy Act, Secs. 12-15-301, 12-15-314, 12-15-315, 38-12-2, 38-12-4 am'd.
HB615
Health, smoking prohibited in enclosed public places, places of employment, private clubs, enclosed residential facilities, outdoor areas, exceptions, posting of signs, enforcement by State Board of Health, fines, Smokefree Air Act, Secs. 22-15A-1 to 22-15A-10, inclusive, repealed
HB593
Colleges and universities, boards of trustees, authorized to participate in meetings by telephone or video conference under certain conditions
HB579
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
HB568
First Stop, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB506
Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB462
Midwives, State Board of Midwifery, established, licensure and regulation, fees, penalties, Secs. 34-19-11 to 34-19-19, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-19-2 to 34-19-10, inclusive, repealed
HB450
Human Resources Department, child care facilities, drop-in child care center defined, Sec. 38-7-2 am'd.
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)
HB426
Railroads, standards of stationary assembly points and mobile labor camps for maintenance-of-way employees, established, drinking water provided, Board of Health to adopt rules for mobile camps, investigations, inspection fees, distrib.
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.
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.
HB385
Capital offenses, defendants, procedure established for determining whether defendant is an individual with an intellectual disability under certain conditions
HB384
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 (2010-20980)
HB368
Assault in the second degree, utility workers included as a protected class, utility worker defined, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.; Act 2009-586, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB345
Counties and municipalities, development of blighted areas, tax increment districts, extended to enhanced use lease areas which are under utilized areas on military base leased by secretary of a military department, taxes on incremental increase in value of development paid to finance development, Enhanced Use Lease Area Act, Secs. 40-9E-1, 40-9E-2 added; Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2, 11-99-4, 11-99-5, 11-99-6, 11-99-10, 40-18-70 am'd.
HB110
Madison Co., occupational tax, levy prohibited, const. amend.
HB107
Madison Co., Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes increased by Sec. 40-28-2, Code of Alabama 1975, portion of increases distrib. to county legislative delegation office, Act 80-277, 1980 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB44
Tennessee Valley Authority, payments in-lieu-of-taxes, redistribution of the payments to dry counties and municipalities under existing law to counties served by TVA, certain increases in liquor tax receipts distributed to dry counties and municipalities, Sec. 40-28-2 am'd.
HB1
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.

HB7
Campaign contributions and expenditures, Secretary of State required to maintain electronic database searchable by the public
HB6
Principal campaign committees and political action committees, contributions and expenditures, reporting to Secretary of State, periodic full disclosures of sources and amounts of contributions, frequency of reporting of contributions Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.
HB5
Campaign contributions, PAC to PAC transfers, prohibited, Sec. 17-5-15 am'd.
HB4
Elections, printed material, publication, distribution, or display of information relating to, disclosure of responsible person or entity, required, disclosure to include information by telephone, television, radio, Internet, or other electronic mass-media advertisement, Sec. 17-5-13 am'd.
HB3
Electioneering communications and paid political advertising, disclosure of source of funding required, exceptions, contributions by political committees further provided for, Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-8, 17-5-12 am'd.

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