Thomas Jackson

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 68
Party: Democrat
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Birthday: August 24, 1949 73

Contact Information

Known contact information for Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL.

Education Information

Known educational history for Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL.

  • MA, Education and Counseling, Alabama State University, 1977
  • BS, Psychology, Knoxville College, 1972
  • AA, Selma University, 1970

Political Information

Known political history for Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 68, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 68, 1994-present
  • Member, Clarke County Board of Education

Professions Information

Known professional history for Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL.

  • Associate Pastor, Church of God in Christ, present
  • Director, Upward Bound Program, Alabama Southern Community College, present
  • Professor, University of South Alabama
  • Teacher, Coffeeville Elementary School
  • Teacher, Coffeeville High School
  • Teacher, Thomasville Adjustment Center
  • Teacher, Jackson Middle School
  • Worker, Thomasville Hospital

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL.

  • Member, National Black Caucus for State Legislators, present
  • Former Member, Baldwin County Legislation Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Ranking Minority Member, Technology and Research Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Clarke County Democratic Conference

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL.

  • Coordinator, Alabama Democratic Conference, Thomasville Precinct, present
  • Coordinator, Thomasville Precinct-ADC, present
  • Member, Kappa Alpha Psi, present
  • Member, Kiwanis Club, present
  • Member, Board of Directors, Boys and Girls Club, Southwest Alabama, present
  • Member, Alabama Education Associations, present
  • Member, National Education Association
  • Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Former President, Clarke County Education Association
  • Former Vice Chair, Clarke County Democratic Conference
  • Vice Chair, Clarke County Democratic Conference

Election History

Thomas Jackson from Thomasville, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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HB505
Judicial Retirement Fund, unmarried justice or judge, upon retirement to designate a beneficiary for receipt of spousal benefits upon his or her death, authorized, Sec. 12-18-10 am'd.
HB218
Elections, early voting, authorize voting during four to six day period immediately preceding election day
HB217
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB216
Marriage and Family Therapy, Board of Examiners in, board authorized to establish training and supervisory designations and to revoke, deny, or suspend designations, Secs. 34-17A-3, 34-17A-5, 34-17A-10, 34-17A-14 am'd.

HB571
Monroe Co., sheriff, providing expense allowance, compensation
HB509
Monroe Co., county revenue commissioner, salary
HB462
Taxation, Black Belt Regional Child Advocacy Center, exempt from state, county, municipal sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-5 am'd.
HB461
Employment wages, establishing minimum wage
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.
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
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.
HB361
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
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
HB197
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB115
Holidays, Juneteenth National Freedom Day, commemorate the abolition of slavery, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
HB114
Elections, early voting, authorize voting during four to six day period immediately preceding election day
HB76
Public K-12 schools, Seizure Safe Schools Act, Secs. 16-30C-1 to 16-30C-6, inclusive, added.

HB385
Public K-12 schools, Seizure Safe Schools Act, Secs. 16-30C-1 to 16-30C-6, inclusive, added.
HB 30
Elections, early voting, authorize voting during four to six day period immediately preceding election day
HB 29
Cottage food production operations, baked goods and roasted coffees, exempt from obtaining food service permit from health department, labeling of baked goods, other food items, food safety course required, Sec. 22-20-5.1 am'd.
HB 28
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB 27
Minors, parent or guardian of student with seizure disorder may seek care for student while at school, Secs. 16-30C-1, 16-30C-2 added
HB 26
Holidays, Juneteenth National Freedom Day, commemorate the abolition of slavery, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.

HB 637
Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.
HB 463
Cottage food production operations, baked goods and roasted coffees, exempt from obtaining food service permit from health department, labeling of baked goods, other food items, food safety course required, Sec. 22-20-5.1 am'd.
HB 256
Elections, early voting, authorize voting during four to six day period immediately preceding election day

HB 406
Monroe Co., judge of probate, salary provided, fees to be deposited in co. general fund, one-stop tags provided, const. amend.
HB 343
Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency and Dept. of Corrections, authorized to rehire retired state troopers and retired correctional officers, compensation, may not accrue add'l retirement service credit, notice to Employees' Retirement System of rehiring
HR 523
Thompson, Linda Brown, death mourned
HR 247
Chapman, Pearlie Mae Savage, death mourned
HJR 272
Economic recovery, urging Congress to adopt an economic recovery program
HR 240
Cox, Alma Lee Todd, 105th birthday, commended
HR 238
Robinson, Lucille, death mourned
HJR 55
Howze, Mattie Johns, death mourned
HJR 52
Allen, Jimmy, Thomasville Alabama Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year, commended
HJR 33
Keahey, Ronnie E., death mourned
HR 51
Allen, Jimmy, Thomasville Alabama Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year, commended
HR 39
Keahey, Ronnie E., death mourned

HB164
Thomaston, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales

HB3
Firearms, possession of prohibited in places of worship used by religious organizations, Sec. 13A-11-61.2 am'd.

HB6
Cosmetology and Barbering, Alabama Board of, schools of cosmetology and barbering, provide training programs above secondary level, Secs. 34-7B-1, 34-7B-26 am'd.

HB444
Alcoholic beverages, licensure, fee increased, Sec. 28-3A-4 am'd.
HB443
Alcoholic beverages, annual license fee, payment date altered, increased penalty for failure to timely renew, fee for electronic processing, Sec. 28-3A-5 am'd.
HB314
Public education employees, salaries, increases of six percent in fiscal year 2014-2015, State Minimum Salary Schedule appropriate increases required; support employees, increase of $1,000 or six percent in fiscal year 2014-2015; Teachers' Retirement System, cost-of-living adjustment for retirees of six percent October 1, 2014
HB313
Education Trust Fund, annual appropriation in appropriations act of $5,000,000 provided to State Board of Education for dual enrollment programs of 2-year colleges, Education Employee Liability Insurance Program repealed, Sec. 16-22-4.1 repealed
HB312
Workforce Development and Training Act, Public School and College Authority, bonds authorized in amount of $20,000,000 to expand workforce training programs operated by two-year college system
HB311
Economic development, tax incentive, new and expanding companies, employment, required to maintain levels for five years or repay incentive, Labor Department to verify, Revenue Department, annual report to Legislature of number of jobs created, Alabama Job Creation and Taxpayer Protection Act
HB310
Political activity, Legislature, minority and majority parties caucus, public funds authorized for paying staff members of political caucus, Sec. 17-17-5 am'd.
HB309
Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Program (PACT), assets and future appropriations from Education Trust Fund, transferred to institution of higher education, state college to allow eligible students to attend without tuition or fees, certain funds for out-of-state colleges, Secs. 16-33C-6, 16-33C-7, 16-33C-8, am'd; Secs. 16-33C-17, 16-33C-18, 16-33C-20 repealed
HB308
Education lottery, Education Lottery Corporation, and Lottery Trust Fund, estab., distrib. of revenues for college scholarships and other ed. purposes, operation of casinos prohib., Sec. 65, Constitution of Alabama of 1901 am'd., const. amend.
HB307
Accountability Act of 2013, proposed by HB 84, 2013 Reg. Sess., Act 2013-64, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB306
Appropriation, Education Trust Fund, supplemental appropriation to Education Department for 2013-2014 fiscal year of excess funds set aside to finance credits authorized by the Alabama Accountability Act
HB305
Retirement, DROP reestablished, exceptions, Secs. 16-25-150, 36-27-170 am'd.
HB292
Solid waste, application process for permits, local governing body approval, deemed denied if not approved within certain number of days, Sec. 22-27-48 am'd.
HB289
Grandparents, visitation with grandchildren, petition procedure and burden of proof established, Sec. 30-3-4.1 repealed
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
HB271
Voter registration, to allow persons to register up to and on date of election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB270
Medicaid, require Governor to accept Medicaid expansion, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, const. amend.
HB223
Orville, beer tax, distribution of proceeds of the uniform beer tax, Sec. 28-3-190 am'd.
HB213
Airbag fraud, crime of created, penalties, enhanced penalties for physical injury, Sec. 13A-11-270 am'd, Sec. 13A-11-271 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
HB455
Economic development, tax increment district, 21st Century Manufacturing Zone, authority to form extended to counties, Secs. 11-99-1, 11-99-2 am'd.; Act 2013-51, 2013 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB441
Monroe Co., tobacco, levy tax on tobacco products, collect, distrib. proceeds, const. amend.
HB434
Monroe Co., gasoline tax, additional levy by county commission, procedure for referendum
HB433
Monroe Co., probate office, motor vehicles, license tag renewal paid through Internet or by mail, convenience fee or mailing fee per transaction authorized, distrib. to county general fund
HB432
Thirty-Fifth Judicial Circuit, Monroe and Conecuh Co., official court reporter, salary supplement, Sec. 45-18-80 repealed
HB431
Monroe Co., tobacco, levy tax on tobacco products, collect, distrib. proceeds, const. amend.
HB428
Municipalities, ordinances, online access required
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
HB278
Retirement, DROP reestablished, exceptions, Secs. 16-25-150, 36-27-170 am'd.
HB217
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
HB207
Corporate income tax, taxable income to include any amounts in excess of federal domestic production activities deduction, Sec. 40-18-34 am'd.
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.
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.
HB140
Income tax, tax credit for rehabilitation, preservation, and development of certain historic structures

HB781
Education Trust Fund (ETF), transfer of certain funds to State General Fund and to provide for repayment to the ETF, Sec. 29-9-2, 29-9-3 am'd
HB733
Commercial development authorities, formation, requirement that incorporator be a natural person or qualified elector remove; Secs. 11-54-171, 11-54-173, 11-54-174, 11-54-178, 11-54-190 am'd
HB713
Insurance Department, required to collect information from insurance companies on homeowners insurance policies and premiums and post aggregate information on website, penalties for insurance companies not in compliance, Property Insurance Clarity Act
HB670
Farm to School Procurement Act, established, coordination effort between Department of Education and Department of Agriculture and Industries to provide local grown food to schools, certain purchases of food by local board exempt from competitive bid law, Sec. 16-13B-2 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
HB585
Legislative School Performance Recognition Program, established to reward high performing public K-12 schools
HB507
Monroe Co., judge of probate, recording system established, additional recording fees and transaction fees, distrib. to Judge of Probate Fund
HB497
Workers' compensation, sports officials to qualify as independent contractors, exempt from workers' compensation coverage, Sec. 25-5-50 am'd.
HB459
Tourism, limit the liability of an agritourism professional under certain circumstances
HB453
Motor vehicles, distinctive tags, veterans, motorcycle available at same cost as car tag of same designation
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
HB271
Taxation, state income tax credit relating to Class 1, 2, 3 municipalities for rehabilitation of historic structures
HB206
Initiative, Referendum, proposed const. amend.
HB205
Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, responsible to review contract between a state department and a public entity that contemplates a subsequent contract between the public entity and a private entity for personal or professional services benefitting the state department, Secs. 29-2-41, 29-2-41.1 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
HB342
Transportation Department, required to design more complete public roads that enable safe access for all users, report of best practices utilized, required, Sec. 23-1-40.1 added
HB266
Beer, cider, and wine, homebrewing by adult persons for personal use authorized without taxation or licensure
HB248
Motor carrier, broker, or freight forwarder, fuel surcharges of, certain fuel cost disclosures and fuel cost reimbursements required, false or misleading information prohibited, certain information regarding timber and timber products required, Good Faith and Fair Practices Act
HB223
Supplemental appropriation from Education Trust Fund to Education Department for teachers certified by National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
HB210
Motor vehicles, low speed vehicles and mini trucks, licensure, restrictions, safety equipment title not required, Sec. 32-6-59 added; Secs. 32-8-31, 40-12-240 am'd.
HB190
Electrical Contractors, Board of, supplemental appropriation from Board of Electrical Contractors Fund in the State Treasury for fiscal year 2010-2011
HB188
Agricultural tourist attractions, to be defined by rule and approved by Agriculture and Industries Department, application and renewal fees, directional signs under certain conditions (2011-20698)
HB182
Emergency management, Governor and local emergency management agencies, mutual aid agreements with federally recognized Indian tribes, authorized, Secs. 31-9-6, 31-9-9 am'd.
HB143
Solid waste, application filed with Environmental Management Department for new facility, local governing body approval, deemed denied if not approved within certain number of days, Sec. 22-27-48 am'd.
HB126
Forever Wild Land Trust, payments into extended 20 years

HB699
Child abuse or neglect, suspected, mandatory reporting, requirements for school teachers and school officials, established, responsibilities of principals and local superintendents of education Sec. 26-14-3 am'd.
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.
HB696
Homestead exemption, increased for protection against confiscation of a homestead for debts, Sec. 6-10-2 am'd.
HB614
Public Service Commission, electric companies, rate adjustments, efficiency measures
HB528
Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, over-the-counter products, sales further regulated, on-line electronic verification system operated by Criminal Justice Information Center, penalties, Drug Abuse Task Force, established, members, Sec. 20-2-190 am'd.; Act 2009-283, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB524
State agencies, boards, commissions, or any public entity with diversity mandate required to report to Legislature annually regarding compliance, legislative intent expressed
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.
HB391
Monroeville, corp. limits alt.
HB390
Monroe Co., sales and use tax, county commission authorized to levy, revenue from tax for property annexed to Monroeville after January 1, 2010, to be retained by county with the exception of two parcels, Act 85-898, 1985 2nd Sp. Sess. am'd.
HB389
Monroeville, corp. limits alt.
HB386
Saltwater pier fishing licenses, nonresident license provided for, expiration date altered for public fishing pier license and saltwater pier fishing license, Sec. 9-11-56.3 am'd.
HB303
Fertilizers, local ordinance, rule, or regulation pertaining to prohibited, subject matter of Agriculture and Industries Department
HB302
Conservation and Natural Resources Department, commercial bird hunting preserve license, alternate license provided where regular hunting license not required, fees, requirements, Secs. 9-11-410, 9-11-412, 9-11-413, 9-11-414, 9-11-417 am'd.; Secs. 9-11-411, 9-11-415, 9-11-416 repealed
HB36
Solid waste, application filed with Environmental Management Department for new facility, local governing body approval, deemed denied if not approved within 180 days, Sec. 22-27-48 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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