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  1. Introduced Jan 14, 2014
  2. Passed Senate Feb 26, 2014
  3. Passed House Apr 3, 2014
  4. Signed into Law

SB 63

Alabama Senate Bill

Human Resources Department, public assistance, drug testing for applicants and recipients required upon reasonable suspicion, ineligibility under certain conditions, department to implement, rulemaking authority
Session:
2014 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
Labor and Employment State Agencies
Sponsors (16):

Votes

Actions

Date Chamber  
Apr 3, 2014 Executive Assigned Act No. 2014-438.
Apr 3, 2014 Senate Enrolled
Apr 3, 2014 House Signature Requested
Apr 3, 2014 Senate Passed Second House
Apr 3, 2014 House Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 1109
Apr 3, 2014 House Hammon motion to Previous Question adopted Roll Call 1108
Apr 3, 2014 House Rich motion to Table adopted Roll Call 1107
Apr 3, 2014 House Grimsley Amendment Offered
Apr 3, 2014 House Third Reading Passed
Mar 13, 2014 House Read for the second time and placed on the calendar
Feb 26, 2014 House Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on State Government
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Engrossed
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Marsh table Marsh motion to reconsider adopted Roll Call 523
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 522
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Singleton motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 521
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Singleton Amendment Offered
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Pittman motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 520
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability Amendment Offered
Feb 26, 2014 Senate Third Reading Passed
Feb 25, 2014 Senate Placed on the Calendar as Unfinished Business
Feb 25, 2014 Senate Motion to Carry Over as Unfinished Business adopted Voice Vote
Jan 22, 2014 Senate Read for the second time and placed on the calendar 1 amendment
Jan 14, 2014 Senate Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability

Bill Text

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