Rolanda Hollis

Updated: August 30, 2022 at 3:42 PM CST

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 58
Party: Democrat
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Contact Information

Known contact information for Rolanda Hollis from Birmingham, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 536-D
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-9520
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Rolanda Hollis from Birmingham, AL.

  • BS, Accounting, Tuskegee University

Political Information

Known political history for Rolanda Hollis from Birmingham, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 58, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 58, 2017-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Rolanda Hollis from Birmingham, AL.

  • Real Estate Broker, Sil-loH Properties, Limited Liability Company

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Rolanda Hollis from Birmingham, AL.

  • Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, present
  • Member, Guiding Light Church, present

Election History

Rolanda Hollis from Birmingham, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Rolanda Hollis has sponsored.

HB509
Jefferson Co., Tenth Judicial Circuit, Bessemer Division, add'l assistant district attorney provided for, approval by Jefferson County Commission, Sec. 45-37-82.01 am'd.
HB230
Correction Dept., female inmates, prohibited practices regarding treatment of pregnant female inmates or female inmates in postpartum period
HB50
Schools, K-12, local boards of education required to provide feminine hygiene products in women's restrooms of certain schools, no cost to students
HB49
Nicotine, motor vehicles, smoking of tobacco products prohibited in vehicle with child aged 14 and under present
HB28
Correction Dept., female inmates, prohibited practices regarding treatment of a pregnant female inmate or a female inmate who is in the immediate postpartum period
HB27
Discrimination, to make it unlawful to deny an individual full and equal employment of public accommodations based on certain protected classes, to make it unlawful for a local school board to discriminate against an individual based on certain protected classes, and to make it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against an applicant or employee based on certain protected classes

HB639
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties
HB627
Food trucks, license to sell alcoholic beverages for public consumption authorized in Class 1 municipalities, Sec. 28-3A-17.1 added.
HB590
Jefferson Co., ad valorem taxes, senior property tax appraisal, person 70 or older, valuation frozen under certain conditions, const. amend.
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
HB524
Public works contracts, local preference zones authorized, local preference to certain bidders authorized, Sec. 39-2-6 am'd.
HB512
Monuments, Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2017, a county or municipality authorize to remove any monument located on public property for less than 50 years, a waiver required from Committee on Alabama Monument Protection before monument can be removed that has been situated for 50 years of more, Sec. 41-9-230 repealed; Secs. 41-9-231 to 41-9-237, inclusive, am'd.
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.
HB455
Jefferson Co., sheriff, confidential secretary, add for Bessemer Division, Sec.45-37-232.40 am'd.
HB449
Taxation, County Boards of Equalization, valuation procedures further provided, Secs. 40-2-18, 40-3-21, 40-3-25, 40-7-25 am'd.
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.
HB437
Wine, authorizing common carriers to make delivery of alcoholic beverages to residents over 21, to create a wine direct shipper permit to allow wine manufacturers to ship their table wine directly to residents, Sec. 28-3A-6.1 added; Sec. 28-1-4 am'd.
HB433
Voter registration, authorize registration same day as election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB432
Medicaid, expand program to provide assistane to state residents, provide appropriations for adequate funding
HB431
Medicaid, extend postpartum coverage for eligible pregnant women to one year after birth
HB409
Elections, absentee ballots, county commission authorized to select locations for receiving absentee ballots
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.
HB394
Criminal procedure, asset forfeiture for drug offenses provided, Alabama Criminal Forfeiture Process Act, Secs. 20-2-93 repealed
HB390
ClasTran, Birmingham Regional Paratransit Consortium, exempt from all sales and use taxes
HB361
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
HB320
State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2020.
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
HB274
Board of Cosmetology and Barbering, provide for the licensure and regulation of mobile salons, Sec. 34-7B-30 added; Sec. 34-7B-1 am'd.
HB253
Correction Dept., female inmates, prohibited practices regarding treatment of a pregnant female inmate or a female inmate who is in the immediate postpartum period
HB89
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties
HB88
Schools, K-12, local boards of education required to provide feminine hygiene products in women's restrooms of certain schools, no cost to students
HB87
Discrimination, to make it unlawful to deny an individual full and equal employment of public accommodations based on certain protected classes, to make it unlawful for a local school board to discriminate against an individual based on certain protected classes, and to make it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against an applicant or employee based on certain protected classes

HB454
Jefferson Co., sheriff, confidential secretary, add for Bessemer Division, Sec.45-37-232.40 am'd.
HB238
Family planning, vasectomy, require a man to undergo at certain age or specific number of children
HB237
Schools, K-12, local boards of education required to provide feminine hygiene products in women's restrooms of certain schools, no cost to students
HB 153
Dress codes, grooming policies, to prohibit a local board of education or employer from establishing a dress code or grooming policy prohibiting certain hairstyles
HB 46
Motor vehicles, smoking of tobacco products prohibited in vehicle with minor present
HB 45
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties

HB 308
County jails and state penitentiaries, prisoners, sheriff and Dept. of Corrections, required to provide feminine hygiene products to female inmates under certain conditions, Secs. 14-3-44, 14-6-19 am'd.
HB 27
Contracts, public, competitive bid law, minority-owned business and minority group, terms defined, Sec. 41-16-50 am'd.
HB 26
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties
HB 25
Motor vehicles, smoking of tobacco products prohibited in vehicle with child age 14 and under present
HB 24
Parental rights, blind individuals, blindness may not serve as a basis for denial or restriction of visitation or custody

HR 460
Arrington, Courtlin La'Shawn, death mourned
HR 432
Tombrella, Ronnie, death mourned
HB 75
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties
HB 74
Juvenile courts, credit for time spent incarcerated pending adjudication provided for, Sec. 15-18-5 am'd.
HB 51
Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penalties
HB 43
Contracts, public, competitive bid law, minority-owned business and minority group, terms defined, Sec. 41-16-50 am'd.
HB 26
Motor vehicles, smoking of tobacco products prohibited in vehicle with minor present

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