Chris Pringle

  • Alabama
  • Representative
  • Republican
  • District 101

District Office

4 Princess Anne Road,Mobile, AL 36608

Capitol Office

11 South Union Street,Suite 519-G,Montgomery, AL 36130-2950

Phone 334-261-0489

Serving District 101

Sponsored Bills

HR 265

Commending The Alabama Law Institute House Interns For Exemplary Service During The 2023 Legislative Session.

  • Introduced May 31 2023

HJR 244

Ryan Mosley, State Youth of the Year, Commended

  • Introduced May 24 2023
  • Ready to Enroll Jun 01 2023

HB 372

Relating to the Legislature; to amend Section 29-1-4, 29-2-41, 29-2-41.2, 29-2-80, 29-2-81, 29-2-83, 29-2-201, 29-4-70, 29-5A-22, 29-5A-46, 29-6-1, 29-6-2, 29-6-3, 29-6-7, 41-5A-16, 41-9-370, and 41-9-374, Code of Alabama 1975, to provide further for the date the Legislature convenes during the first year of a regular session; to provide additional time for the Contract Review Committee to review a contract and provide further for certain types of professional contracts; to provide further for property owned by the Legislative Council; to provide contingencies if a vacancy occurs in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor; to provide further for the role of the Code Commissioner and duties of the Legislative Council and Legislative Services Agency; to revise membership of the Joint Legislative Committee on Finances and Budgets; to provide further for tax expenditure reports made by the Legislative Fiscal Officer; to revise when members of the Legislative Committee on Public Accounts are elected; to repeal 29-5A-24 and 29-6-6, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to obsolete duties of the Legislative Reference Service and the Legislative Council; to repeal Sections 17-16-50 through 17-16-53, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the contested election of a legislator; and to delete obsolete language and make nonsubstantive, technical revisions to update the existing code language to current style.

  • Introduced Apr 20 2023
  • Indefinitely Postpone May 31 2023

HB 373

Relating to insurance; to limit the number of times an insurer may apply a separate deductible to a homeowner's or a commercial property owner's named storm or hurricane insurance policy.

  • Introduced Apr 20 2023
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