Steve Livingston

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Status: Alabama State Senator for District 8
Party: Republican
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Birthday: December 18, 1955 66

Contact Information

Known contact information for Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 731
    Montgomery, AL 36130-4600
  • Phone: 334-261-0858
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL.

  • Graduated, University of Alabama

Political Information

Known political history for Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 8, 2022
  • Senator, Alabama State Senate, District 8, 2018-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL.

  • Owner, The Fuel Center, Incorporated, 1982-present
  • Owner and Manager, Dicus Oil Company, 1982-present

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL.

  • Former Member, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, Alabama State Senate
  • Former Member, Local Legislation Madison County, Alabama State Senate

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL.

  • Founding Member, Leadership Jackson County, present
  • Member, Leadership Alabama Regional Council, present
  • Member, Scottsboro Rotary Club, present
  • Member, First National Bank of Scottsboro Board of Directors, present
  • Member, Scottsboro Industrial Development Board, present
  • Member, Scottsboro-Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, present
  • Member, First United Methodist Church, 1982-present
  • Former Member, Boy Scouts of America Counsel
  • Member, United Way Board of Directors
  • Participant, Leadership Alabama

Election History

Steve Livingston from Scottsboro, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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SB304
Plumbers and gas fitters, journeyman plumber replaced with a residential plumber as a member of the board, expand examination options for a journeyman plumber or gas fitter, definitions, Secs. 34-37-1, 34-37-3, 34-37-6, 34-37-8, 34-37-12 am'd.
SB296
Economic development, counties and municipalities, requirements revised for incurring indebtedness and for selling or granting public property for private economic development and for certain public notices, Amendment 772, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd., const. amend.
SB290
Business privilege tax, minimum business privilege tax for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2022, reduced a full exemption on amounts due of $100 or less for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2023, Section 40-14A-22 am'd.
SB274
Sales and use tax, agricultural products, producer value added agricultural products exempt from sales tax, Sec. 40-23-1, 40-23-4 am'd.
SB273
Counties, license taxes, prohibited on farmers
SB272
Health, telehealth and telemedicine further provided for, reg. by Bd. of Medical Examiners and Medical Licensure Commission, Secs. 34-24-700 to 34-24-707, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-24-500 to 34-24-508, inclusive, re practice of medicine across state lines, repealed.
SB244
Nourish One Child, a non-profit corporation, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.
SB243
Taxation, sales and use taxes, Upper Sand Mountain United Methodist Larger Parish Incorporated exempt from state, county, and municipal taxes
SB239
Taxation, Long Ranch, exempt from state, county and local ad valorem tax and municipal sales and use tax
SB224
Unemployment compensation, individual required to search for work a certain number of times per week to be eligible to receive benefits, Sec. 25-4-77 am'd.
SB204
Law enforcement officers, judges, and prosecutors, confidentiality, to restrict disclosure of personal information of
SB196
Death sentences, Governor required to provide prior notice when granting a reprieve or commutation to Attorney General and to family member of victim, const. amend.
SB195
Jackson Co., water authority, operation of board, reports to co. commission, replacement of board members, subject to Open Meetings Act, Sec. 45-36-252.03 am'd.
SB189
Small Business Relief and Revitalization Act of 2022, cancellation of indebtedness income exempt from income tax, financial institution excise tax and corporate income tax due date extension, certain business tangible personal property ad valorem tax exemption, deposit of certified funds with Revenue in lieu of one-time surety bond for licensure, average monthly sales tax liability for estimated payments increased, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.1 added; Secs. 40-9-1, 40-23-6, 40-23-6.1, 40-23-7 am'd.
SB187
State Employee Retirees' Trust Fund Funding Act, State Employee Retirees' Trust Fund created in State Treasury as permanent trust and investment account to fund periodic bonus checks for state employee retirees
SB182
Motor fuel, retailers and transportation infrastructure, state and political subdivisions prohibited from regulating exception for Chapter 17, Title 40.
SB170
Education, school grading system, certain English language learners exempt from proficiency assessments considered in grading public K-12 schools, State Superintendent of Education to amend state plan under Every Student Succeeds Act, Sec. 16-6C-2 am'd.
SB169
Abuse, registry for individuals convicted of certain crimes against elders, require certain care providers to query the registry, criminal penalties, Sec. 38-9-8 am'd.
SB167
Occupational therapy, Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact, occupational therapists authorized to practice on a limited basis among compact states
SB157
Rural economic development, Rural Logging Support Act, established, taxpayers authorized to receive a tax credit for contributions to logging support organizations, exceptions for weight restrictions for certain vehicles used in forest commerce
SB156
Public assistance, requires compliance with child support enforcement programs to qualify for food assistance, Sec. 38-4-15 added.
SB152
Taxation, income tax, exclusion of enhanced federal child tax credits from American Rescue Plan Act from calculation of federal income tax deduction for tax year 2021, extension of the due date for certain taxpayers, Secs. 40-16-3.1, 40-18-39.2 added.
SB150
Labor, definitions of employment, marketplace contractors under certain conditions not an employee of marketplace platform, Sec. 25-4-121 repealed; Sec. 25-4-10, 25-5-1 am'd.
SB127
Education, constitutional amendment, public K-12 schools required to play Star-Spangled Banner on schools and at school athletic events, const. amend.
SB122
Jackson Co., sheriff, salary increase, effective next term
SB121
Scottsboro, mayor and city council, and city board of education, terms extended, election date revised
SB120
Optometrists, practice of optometry further provided, Board of Optometry to regulate, to issue advisory opinions and declaratory rulings, Secs. 20-2-2, 34-22-1, 34-22-42 am'd.
SB103
Courts, Twenty-third Judicial Circuit, Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, compensation and benefits
SB84
Education, Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Program board, may meet electronically, Sec. 16-33C-4.1 am'd.
SB83
Airports, Alabama Airport Economic and Infrastructure Program, established within Transportation Dept., grants for improvements
SB81
Alabama Trust Fund, virtual meetings, provided for, operation of board provided for, Sec. 36-17-21 added.
SB72
Public contracts, exemption from certain bid requirements for certain educational entities providing meals under the Child Nutrition Program, Secs. 16-13B-2.1, 41-16-51.2 added.
SB19
Income tax, optional standard deduction amount and adjusted gross income range allowable for maximum optional standard deduction and dependent exemption, increased, Secs. 40-18-15, 40-18-19 am'd.
SB18
Relating to income taxes, to provide that up to $6,000 of taxable retirement income is exempt from state income tax for individuals 65 years of age or older, Sec. 40-18-19 am'd.
SB10
Freedom of speech, service providers, prohibit from taking certain restrictive actions against a user based on content of speech expressed
SB7
Labor, prohibits state and political subdivisions from teaching divisive concepts relating to race or sex in training, prohibits same for state contractors, Dept. of Labor to review state agency training programs

SB397
Alcoholic beverages, winery in dry county, Alcoholic Beverage Board authorized to issue manufacturer license, distribution only to distributor or out-of-state, Sec. 28-7A-10.1 add; Sec. 28-3A-3 am'd.
SB388
Time, to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
SB373
Labor Dept., adoption of policies to recover improper overpayments of unemployment benefits
SB362
State parks, Alabama State Parks Enhancement Authority created and authorized to issue bonds for support of state parks, const. amend.
SB354
Law enforcement officers, judges, and prosecutors, confidentiality, to restrict disclosure of personal information of
SB326
Elections, requires implementation date of any legislation affecting conduct of general election to be at least six months before general election, const. amend.
SB325
Tobacco, tobacco permits suspendable in cases of failure by retailers to pay distributors, Sec. 28-11-20 added.
SB312
Hytop, corp. limits alt.
SB305
Voting fraud or illegality, voting more than once, in any election held within the state, appplication of penalties to include elections held outside the state, Secs. 17-13-24, 17-17-36 am'd.
SB300
State holidays, Robert E. Lee Day observed on second Monday in October, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
SB294
Small farm wineries, authorize to sell to consumers or distribute to retailers
SB287
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, phase out of retail sales of alcoholic beverages, alcoholic beverage sales and distribution of proceeds, Secs. 28-3-280 to 28-3-286, inclusive, repealed; Secs. 28-3-43, 28-3-53.1, 28-3-53.2, am'd.
SB286
Courts, Twenty-third Judicial Circuit, Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, DeKalb County, district judge, compensation and benefits, election
SB274
Covid-19 Recovery Capital Credit Protection Act of 2021, created, employment and wage requirements for qualifying projects extended, compensation amounts for exemption purposes increased, Sec. 40-18-19.1 am'd.
SB270
Veterans' Affairs, State Board of, adding a Gold Star Family member to the board, updating existing code, making nonsubstantive, technical revisions, Sec. 31-5-3 am'd.
SB262
Armed forces, Alabama State Defense Force (ASDF), provide pay for members, authorization for Governor to activate, further provided, commissioning of officers and specify qualifications, provided, Secs. 31-2-37, 31-2-46, 31-2-69, 31-2-70 am'd.
SB244
Large animals, sale, possession, transfer, and breeding of large wild cats, great apes, wolves, and non-native bears prohibited , except under certain conditions, criminal penalties established
SB240
Department of Public Health, reconstituted, State Board of Health, State Committee of Public Health, State Health Officer abolished, State Health Advisory Board, Secretary of ADPH, medical director established, county boards of health, membership revised, Secs. 22-2-9, 22-2-10, 22-2-11, 22-2-12, 22-2-13, 22-3-8 repealed; Secs. 22-1-1, 22-1-3, 22-2-1, 22-2-2, 22-2-3, 22-2-4, 22-2-5, 22-2-6, 22-2-7, 22-2-8, 22-3-1, 22-11A-38, 22-22A-2, 22-29-1, 22-37A-2, 34-15-2, 34-15-5 am'd.
SB239
Board of Medical Examiners, membership and duties revised, Medical Licensure Commission abolished, Secs. 34-24-54.1, 34-24-54.2, 34-24-71.1, 34-24-71.2, 34-24-71.3 added; Secs. 34-24-50.1, 34-24-310, 34-24-311, 34-24-311.1, 34-24-312, 34-24-313, 34-24-314, 34-24-330, 34-24-331, 34-24-332, 34-24-333, 34-24-334, 34-24-335, 34-24-338, 34-24-339, 34-24-341, 34-24-342, repealed; Secs. 13A-6-201, 13A-9-21, 27-1-17.1, 34-24-50, 34-24-51, 34-24-52, 34-24-53, 34-24-53.1, 34-24-54, 34-24-56, 34-24-57, 34-24-60, 34-24-70, 34-24-71, 34-24-73, 34-24-75, 34-24-75.1, 34-24-336, 34-24-337, 34-24-340, 34-24-343, 34-24-360, 34-24-360.1, 34-24-361, 34-24-361.1, 34-24-362, 34-24-363, 34-24-365, 34-24-366, 34-24-367, 34-24-381, 34-24-382, 34-24-383, 34-24-384, 34-24-501, 34-24-502, 34-24-503, 34-24-506, 34-24-507, 34-24-508, am'd.
SB234
Community College System, tenure and discipline of faculty and staff hired on or after August 1, 2021, pursuant to policy adopted by Board of Trustees of Alabama Community College System in lieu of Students First Act of 2011, Secs. 16-60-111.4, 16-60-111.7 am'd.
SB228
Rural physicians and dentists, income tax credit under certain conditions, Secs.40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.
SB227
Pharmacy benefits managers, practices relating to patient steering, price discrimination, fiduciary duty to client, price disclosure, etc. regulated, Dept of Insurance, duties and authorities revised, Act 2019-457, 2019 Reg. Sess., sections amended and renumbered; Secs. 27-45A-6 to 27-45A-11, inclusive, 27-45A-13 added; Secs. 27-45A-3, 27-45A-4, 27-45A-5 am'd.
SB220
Highway, roads, and bridges, contracts or subcontracts for public works, provisions requiring a party to indemnify another party for damages caused by the other party prohibited
SB194
Education Dept., state property, Dept. of Edu., has authority to manange the construction and renovation of property that is part of a state educational institution, Sec. 41-4-400 am'd.
SB193
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to various school systems and colleges and universities, and other entities
SB192
Talladega College, appropriation
SB191
Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriation
SB190
Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 2020, from Education Trust Fund to the State Dept. of Education, Alabama Community College System, Marine Environmental Sciences Consortium, Commerce Dept., and the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, approp. for Coucil on Arts earmarked, approp. for School of Cyber Technology and Engineering carried forward, Act 2019-403, 2019 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB189
Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public education
SB188
Public education employees, including K-12, postsecondary education, and AIDB, salary increase
SB181
Financial institutions, authorized to refuse to execute or delay execution of certain financial transactions involving account of an elderly or vulnerable adult when financial exploitation may have occurred, may have been attempted, or is being attempted
SB170
Building Exceptional School Board Team Act (BEST), provides further for boardsmanship standards, training, and discipline of local bd. of education members, Sec. 16-1-41.1 repealed; Secs. 16-8-1, 16-11-2 am'd.
SB166
Workers' compensation, firefighters, law enforcement officers, diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, reimbursed for certain out-of-pocket expenses, co's and municipalities required to maintain certain disability insurance coverage
SB105
Eminent domain, further provided to not include trails for biking or hiking, Sec. 18-1B-2 am'd.
SB102
Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact, established to authorize licensed psychologists to practice on a limited basis among compact member states
SB97
State Health Officer, order issued in response to outbreak of a disease has full force of law if approved by Governor and filed with Secretary of State in state of emergency, Secs. 22-2-8, 31-9-8, 31-9-13 am'd.
SB70
School of Cyber Technology and Engineering, granted same soverign immunity and participation in Educators Liability Trust Fund as provided for other public K-12 schools, board of education, administrators, and staff, Secs. 16-28A-6, added; Secs. 16-22-4.1, 36-1-12 am'd.
SB40
Taxation, exempt state, county, and municipal sales and use tax from certain entities
SB38
Emergency responders, Alabama Fire College authorized to provide certification to peer support members, Sec. 36-21-14 am'd.
SB13
Alarm system, battery charged fences, defined, counties and mun. authority limited
SB2
License plate scanners, limited use of on public highways by law enforcement agencies, confidentiality, destruction of information collected, criminal penalties
SB1
Contact tracing, privacy protections established

SB254
Jackson Co., law library, co. commission to maintain, add'l court costs to fund, presiding circuit judge to admin.
SB253
Jackson Co., courts, additional court costs, proceeds to the Jackson County Judicial Employees Fund, to provide funding for employees, Act 2019-215, 2019 Reg. Sess., am'd.
SB221
Public contracts, minimum proposed contract amount for which disclosure statement required increased, single annual statement allowed for multiple contracts with same state agency, exception from requirement of disclosure statement if disclosure would violate state or federal law, Sec. 41-16-89 added; Secs. 41-16-82, 41-16-83, 41-16-87 am'd.
SB198
Revenue and taxation, motor vehicle wholesale auction licensing, auction transit license plates, provided, Secs. 40-12-264, 40-12-447 am'd.
SB195
Rural physicians and dentists, income tax credit under certain conditions, Secs.40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.
SB 169
Alarm system, battery charged fenses, defined, counties and mun. authority limited
SB 153
Medical care, minors, requires doctors to obtain consent of parent or legal guardian of minor prior to entering "do not attempt resuscitation order" order, Sec. 22-8A-18 added; Sec. 22-8A-7 am'd.
SB 139
Court Reporting, Board of, freelance, official, and supervising court reporter defined, board staff, investigations and hearings pursuant to APA, temporary licensure, lapsed and expired licenses, and fees, Secs. 34-8B-2, 34-8B-3, 34-8B-4, 34-8B-5, 34-8B-6, 34-8B-8, 34-8B-10, 34-8B-12, 34-8B-13, 34-8B-15, 34-8B-16, 34-8B-17 am'd.
SB 134
Judicial Retirement Fund, authorize D.A.'s, clerks and judges to credit service as a Tier I plan member of TRS or ERS toward retirement in Judicial Retirement Fund after 25 years total service, Secs. 12-17-227.1, 12-18-154 am'd.
SB 133
Community development districts, add'l type provided for, including resort areas, marinas, and restaurants meeting certain conditions, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.
SB 132
Taxation, Long Ranch, exempt from sales and use taxes, and ad valorem taxes
SB 131
Taxation, sales and use taxes, Upper Sand Mountain United Methodist Larger Parish Incorporated exempt from state, county, and municipal taxes

SB 387
Court Reporting, Board of, freelance, official, and supervising court reporter defined, board staff, investigations and hearings pursuant to APA, temporary licensure, lapsed and expired licenses, and fees, Secs. 34-8B-2, 34-8B-4, 34-8B-5, 34-8B-6, 34-8B-8, 34-8B-10, 34-8B-12, 34-8B-13, 34-8B-15, 34-8B-16, 34-8B-17 am'd.
SB 378
Taxation, sales and use taxes, Upper Sand Mountain United Methodist Larger Parish Incorporated exempt from state, county, and municipal taxes
SB 374
Physicians, rural income tax credit under certain conditions, existing credit terminated, new credit provided, Secs. 40-18-130.1 to 40-18-132.1, inclusive, added.
SB 286
Motor vehicle dealer licensing, master regulatory dealer license, provided, wholesale motor vehicle auction license provided, Secs. 40-12-445 to 40-12-450, inclusive, added; Secs. 40-12-264, 40-12-390 to 40-12-393, incl., 40-12-395, 40-12-398 am'd.
SB 285
Motor vehicles, unclaimed motor vehicles, title hold, further provided, bond requirement, provided, Secs. 32-8-84, 32-13-2, 32-13-3 am'd.
SB 284
DeKalb Co., sheriff, pistol permits, fee reduced for persons age 62 or older, Sec. 45-25-232 am'd.
SB 261
Tax exemption, Long Ranch
SB 260
Jackson Co., gasoline and motor fuel tax, distrib. for roads and bridges, Act 88-291, 1988 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-36-243.12 am'd.
SB 259
DeKalb Co., City of Fort Payne, city council, election of members further provided for, vacancies, Sec. 45-25A-40 am'd.
SB 258
Edcuation, schools, pledge of allegiance, be conducted at the beginning of each school day, Sec. 16-43-5 am'd.
SB 244
Plastic bag bans, prohibiting local governments from banning plastic bags
SB 205
Home Builders Licensure Board, salary, executive director and deputy director, board required to obtain approval of Governor and the State Personnel Board when setting salary for, Sec. 34-14A-4 am'd.
SB 168
State Board for Registration of Architects, exemption from registration as architect expanded to include townhomes, duplexes, and buildings containing single family residence units, Sec. 34-2-32 am'd.
SB 91
EMS personel, revise licensing process to authorize criminal background checks, revise licensing fees, etc., Sec. 22-18-9 added; Secs. 22-18-4, 22-18-6 am'd.
SJR 68
Love Luggage Day, May 22, 2019, recognized
SB 67
Woodville, corp. limits alt.
SB 58
Jackson Co., annual publication of expenditures and receipts, Act 484, 1978 Reg. Sess., repealed
SB 56
Jackson Co., courts, additional court cost, proceeds to the Jackson County Judicial Employees Fund, to provide staffing for employees
SJR 26
Alabama, the band, 50th anniversary, commended

SB 371
Jackson Co., co. commission, chair, compensation, Sec. 45-36-70 am'd.
SB 347
Jackson Co., T.V.A. in lieu of tax payments, redistribution to Jackson County Legislative Delegation Critical Needs Fund, fund closed thereafter, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.
SB 274
Local Government Health Insurance Board, optional health coverages or services including on-the-job injuries, coverage authorized, Sec. 11-91A-7 am'd.
SB 244
Bridgeport, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales
SB 233
Income tax, filing requirement threshold to be sum of standard deduction and personal exemptions, Sec. 40-18-27 am'd.
SB 232
Dogs, dangerous defined, procedure and hearing provided to determine if dangerous, registration, penalties, liability of owner, Emily's Law
SB 231
Forests, appropriation to the Emergency Forest Fire, Insect and Disease Fund from state General Fund and max amount of accumulation, increased, Sec. 9-3-10.1 am'd.
SB 230
Community development districts, add'l type provided for, including resort areas, marinas, and restaurants meeting certain conditions, Secs. 35-8B-1, 35-8B-2, 35-8B-3 am'd.
SB 229
Home Inspectors Licensure Board, established to license and regulate the practice of home inspections, penalty for unlawful practice, Secs. 34-14D-1 to 34-14D-9, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-14B-1 to 34-14B-10, inclusive, repealed
SB 147
Home Builders Licensure Board, hearing costs, collection, fines increased for violations, revocation of certain licenses, Secs. 34-14A-1 to 34-14A-8, inclusive, 34-14A-14, 34-14A-15 am'd.
SB 146
Community development districts, alcoholic beverages, off-premises sales authorized under certain conditions, Sec. 35-8B-3 am'd.
SB 145
Jackson Co., Cumberland Mountain Water and Fire Protection Authority, natural gas service, authorized to provide, const. amend.
SB 124
Fort Payne, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council may permit
SB 64
Home Builders Licensure Board, authorized to collect hearing costs, increase fines for violations, and revoke certain licenses, Secs. 34-14A-1 to 34-14A-8, inclusive, 34-14A-14, 34-14A-15 am'd.
SB 63
Taxation, sales and use taxes, eliminate jointly filed petition for refund by taxpayer and the consumer/purchaser, definitions, Secs. 40-2A-3, 40-2A-7 am'd.
SJR 74
Larson, Barbara Waters, outstanding professional achievement, commended
SJR 65
Scottsboro Rotary Club, 60th anniversary, commended
SR 111
Pisgah County High School girls basketball team, commended
SR 110
Plainview High School Boys Basketball Team, commended

SB362
Supplemental appropriation, from State General Fund to Alabama Forestry Commission for fiscal year ending September 30, 2017.
SB336
Community development districts, alcoholic beverages, off-premises sales authorized under certain conditions, Sec. 35-8B-3 am'd.
SB303
Hytop, corp. limits alt.
SB298
Motor vehicles, veterans, distinctive license plates for recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Secs. 32-6-250, 32-6-251 am'd.
SB297
Child Labor Certificates, annual fee changed to twenty-five dollars, Sec. 25-8-45 am'd.
SB292
Stevenson, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council authorized to regulate
SB268
Home Builders Licensure Board, authorized to collect hearing costs, increase fines for violations, and revoke certain licenses, Secs. 34-14A-1 to 34-14A-8, inclusive, 34-14A-14, 34-14A-15 am'd.
SB248
DeKalb Co. Septic Tank Bond Fund, repealed, distrib. of existing funds to co. bd. of health, Sec. 45-25-170 repealed
SB215
Motor vehicles, license plates, validation decals to include year and month, electronic format for receipts, dealers, issuance of temporary plates, renewals not required to verify vehicle identification number, Secs. 32-6-63, 32-6-65, 32-6-211, 32-7A-17, 40-12-253, 40-12-258, 40-12-260 am'd.

SB352
Hollywood, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales
SB303
Jackson Co., TVA in lieu of taxes, distribution, use of funds distributed to co. commission for disaster relief authorized, Economic Development Fund created, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.
SB297
Tax increment districts, provide that compensation may be determined solely by local governing body if a district is within a Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone
SB269
Disabled persons, preference for services provided by under direction of the Department of Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, Sec. 21-2-2 am'd.
SB264
Labor, child labor law enforcement, Sec. 25-8-59 am'd.
SB118
Taxation, sales and use taxes, Upper Sand Mountain United Methodist Larger Parish Incorporated exempt from state, county, and municipal taxes
SB84
School safety, records relating to, are exempt from disclosure to public pursuant to rights to inspect public records, Sec. 36-12-40 am'd.

SB352
Hollywood, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales
SB303
Jackson Co., TVA in lieu of taxes, distribution, use of funds distributed to co. commission for disaster relief authorized, Economic Development Fund created, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.
SB297
Tax increment districts, provide that compensation may be determined solely by local governing body if a district is within a Major 21st Century Manufacturing Zone
SB269
Disabled persons, preference for services provided by under direction of the Department of Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, Sec. 21-2-2 am'd.
SB264
Labor, child labor law enforcement, Sec. 25-8-59 am'd.
SB118
Taxation, sales and use taxes, Upper Sand Mountain United Methodist Larger Parish Incorporated exempt from state, county, and municipal taxes
SB84
School safety, records relating to, are exempt from disclosure to public pursuant to rights to inspect public records, Sec. 36-12-40 am'd.

SB498
State Government, audits by Examiners of Public Accounts, payment for audit by agency board, or department being audited, cost set by department, Secs. 41-5-14, 41-5-24 am'd
SB460
Section, corp. limits alt.
SB459
DeKalb Co., wind energy conversion systems, permitting and regulation of by municipal governing body or county commission, certification by licensed engineer required, regulation of location, design, and operation of systems
SB396
Jackson Co., co. commission, sales and use tax, additional, distribution, referendum
SB306
Jackson Co., sheriff, inmate trust account, use of funds for law enforcement purposes
SB305
Jackson Co., firearms, sheriff authorize to sell abandoned or stolen firearms to highest bidder under certain conditions, Sec. 45-36-231.02 am'd.
SB304
Jackson Co., service of process fee, failure to appear warrants, distrib. to sheriff for law enforcement purposes
SB290
Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors, Board of, additional requirements regarding testing duct tightness, definition of terms, fees, classroom training, renewal date for certification, Secs. 34-31-18, 34-31-20, 34-31-21, 34-31-24, 34-31-25, 34-31-26 am'd.
SB266
Commercial motor vehicles in intrastate transportation, allowable variances for hours of service limitations according to federal rule or law, records requested
SB229
Business entities, filing requirements, electronic process established for counties
SB219
Labor, child labor law enforcement, Sec. 25-8-59 am'd.
SB217
Rescue Squads, Alabama Association of, tax exemptions, Sec. 40-9-13 am'd.
SB201
Motor fuel excise tax, importers of motor fuel, date tax due, changed, Sec. 40-17-340 am'd.
SB200
Motor fuels, consigned, taking without consent of owner of consignor or written agreement constitutes theft, penalties, Secs. 13A-8-75 to 13A-8-77, inclusive, added
SB171
Scottsboro, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, city council authorized to regulate
SB168
Fort Payne, alcoholic beverages, draft or keg beer or malt beverages, sale authorized, city council to regulate

SB59
Gaming, regulation of Class II games in Greene, Houston, and Macon Counties; regulation of Class III games at certain sites; Alabama Education Lottery and Education Lottery Corporation estab.; Alabama Education Lottery and Gaming Commission established to license and regulate gaming; negotiation of gaming compact with Poarch Creek Indians required; const. amend.
SB29
Sales tax transactions, possession or use of automated sales suppression devices or phantom-ware to delete sales from cash register records, prohibited, criminal penalties, Sec. 40-29-121added; Sec. 40-29-119 am'd.
SB28
DeKalb Co., co. offices, vacancies, special election under certain conditions, Amendment 845 (Section 1.50, Local Amendments, DeKalb County, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.

SB5
Education Trust Fund Budget Stablization Fund, transfer of funds to State General Fund for fiscal year 2016; repayment with BP Settlement Funds, Sec. 29-9-4 am'd.
SB3
Jackson Co., TVA in lieu of taxes, distribution, use of funds distributed to co. commission for disaster relief authorized, Economic Development Fund created, Sec. 45-36-162 am'd.

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