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  1. Introduced Feb 2, 2016
  2. Passed Senate Apr 5, 2016
  3. Passed House
  4. Signed into Law

SB 91

Alabama Senate Bill

Payday loans, deferred presentment services, expand licensure requirements, further regulate deferred presentment services, penalties for evading licensure requirements, Secs. 5-18A-3, 5-18A-6, 5-18A-12, 5-18A-13 am'd.
Session:
2016 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
Commerce
Sponsors (1):

Votes

Actions

Date Chamber  
Apr 28, 2016 House Further Consideration
Apr 28, 2016 House Financial Services first Amendment Offered
Apr 28, 2016 House Garrett Motion to Carry Over Temporarily adopted Voice Vote
Apr 28, 2016 House Financial Services first Substitute Offered
Apr 28, 2016 House Third Reading Carried Over
Apr 27, 2016 House Read for the second time and placed on the calendar with 1 substitute and 1 amendment
Apr 7, 2016 House Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Financial Services
Apr 7, 2016 Senate Engrossed
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 515
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Orr motion to Table adopted Roll Call 514
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Singleton Amendment Offered
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Orr motion to Table adopted Roll Call 513
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Dial first Substitute Offered
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Holtzclaw motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 512
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Holtzclaw Amendment Offered
Apr 5, 2016 Senate Third Reading Passed
Mar 10, 2016 Senate Marsh motion to Carry Over adopted Voice Vote
Mar 10, 2016 Senate Orr motion to Adopt Lost Roll Call 340
Mar 10, 2016 Senate Orr Amendment Offered
Mar 10, 2016 Senate Third Reading Carried Over
Feb 17, 2016 Senate Read for the second time and placed on the calendar
Feb 2, 2016 Senate Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Banking and Insurance
Mar 10, 2016 Senate SBIR: Orr motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 339
Mar 10, 2016 Senate SBIR: Introduced

Bill Text

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