Alabama Bills

sponsored by Jamie Kiel

Bill Title Introduced↓ Latest Action
HB 464 (2022 Regular Session)
Crimes and offenses, crime of theft of a catalytic converter, created
Mar 08 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Judiciary
Mar 08 2022
HB 439 (2022 Regular Session)
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.
Mar 03 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Education Policy
Mar 03 2022
HB 437 (2022 Regular Session)
Franklin Co., mayors allowed to participate in Employees' Retirement System, const. amend.
Mar 02 2022 Assigned Act No. 2022-185.
Mar 29 2022
HB 327 (2022 Regular Session)
Franklin Co., sheriff, abandoned and stolen property, sale, procedure
Feb 09 2022 Delivered To Governor At 1:49 P.M. On March 17, 2022.
Mar 17 2022
HB 295 (2022 Regular Session)
Abortion, fetal heartbeat; prohibits abortion if fetal heartbeat detected; private cause of action authorized.
Feb 08 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Judiciary
Feb 08 2022
HB 294 (2022 Regular Session)
Motorcycles, use of helmet, exception to use requirement provided, Sec. 32-5A-245 am'd.
Feb 08 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Public Safety And Homeland Security
Feb 08 2022
HB 290 (2022 Regular Session)
Controlled substances, to exempt non-psychoactive cannabinols derived from hemp from the controlled substance list, Sec. 20-2-23 am'd.
Feb 08 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Judiciary
Feb 08 2022
HB 292 (2022 Regular Session)
Crimes and offenses, incest, crime further provided for to include additional sexual activity as prohibited behavior under the offense, Sec. 13A-13-3 am'd.
Feb 08 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Judiciary
Feb 08 2022
HB 293 (2022 Regular Session)
Retirement benefits, revise circumstances when an individual's pension, annuity, or retirement allowance benefits are subject to certain recovery actions, Secs. 16-25-23, 36-27-28 am'd.
Feb 08 2022 Pending Third Reading On Day 29 Favorable From Fiscal Responsibility And Economic Development
Apr 06 2022
HB 23 (2022 Regular Session)
Abortion, prohibited, civil cause of action to enforce authorized against anyone who performs or aids and abets an abortion procedure
Jan 11 2022 Read For The First Time And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Judiciary
Jan 11 2022
HJR 7 (First Special Session 2021)
Batchelor, Cecil, commended
Sep 27 2021 Delivered To Governor At 2:51p.M. On October 1, 2021.
Oct 01 2021
HR 8 (First Special Session 2021)
Batchelor, Cecil, honored
Sep 27 2021 Joint Rule 11
Sep 27 2021
HB 454 (2021 Regular Session)
Contracts, regarding notice given to consumers concerning automatic renewal of free gifts or trial agreement
Feb 25 2021 Indefinitely Postponed
May 06 2021
HB 447 (2021 Regular Session)
Education, county and city boards of education, county and city superintendent of schools, closure of schools and establishment of online learning in certain circumstances
Feb 24 2021 Indefinitely Postponed
May 06 2021
HB 12 (2021 Regular Session)
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.
Feb 02 2021 Motion To Read A Third Time And Pass Adopted Roll Call 1130
May 06 2021
HB 70 (2021 Regular Session)
Voting, payment to entities upon proof of voting in election prohibited, Sec. 17-17-34.1 added
Feb 02 2021 Indefinitely Postponed
May 06 2021
HB 103 (2021 Regular Session)
Emergency Management Act of 1955, states of emergency, business and religious entities authorized to operate under certain conditions
Feb 02 2021 Delivered To Governor At 2:30 P.M. On April 1, 2021.
Apr 01 2021
HB 11 (2021 Regular Session)
Agricultural lime, required to be labeled with relative neutralizing value as defined, Secs. 2-23-2, 2-23-4 am'd.
Feb 02 2021 Pending Third Reading On Day 24 Favorable From Agriculture, Conservation And Forestry
Apr 15 2021
HR 139 (2020 Regular Session)
Shoemaker, Billy, death mourned
May 07 2020 Joint Rule 11
May 07 2020
HJR 132 (2020 Regular Session)
Billy Shoemaker Highway, Tuscumbia, named
May 06 2020 Introduced And Referred To The House Of Representatives Committee On Rules
May 06 2020

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