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2022-1 Regular Session 2022 House Bill 1 This act makes supplemental appropriations to the Department of Finance for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2022, as follows: (1) from the American Rescue Plan Act - Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund in the amount of $443,343,362.50; (2) from the American Rescue Plan Act - Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Revenue Replacement Fund in the amount of $136,796,346; and (3) from the American Rescue Plan Act - Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund in the amount of $191,887,857. The act also crea....more 1/28/2022 HB-1
2022-2 Regular Session 2022 House Bill 76 This act repeals Section 8-26B-32, Code of Alabama 1975, and Act 2021-227 of the 2021 Regular Session, now appearing as Article 3 of Chapter 26B of Title 8, Code of Alabama 1975, to remove provisions about student athletes and compensation for use of a student athlete's name, image, or likeness.....more 2/3/2022 HB-76
2022-18 Regular Session 2022 House Bill 273 This act proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, relating to Shelby County, to: (1) authorize the Shelby County Commission and municipalities within the county to authorize and regulate the use of low-speed vehicles on certain public roads; and (2) define the term low-speed vehicle.....more Contingent upon ratification. HB-273
2022-34 Regular Session 2022 Senate Bill 17 This act amends Section 13A-7-4.3, Code of Alabama 1975, to: (1) provide that the crime of unlawful entry of a critical infrastructure is a Class C felony if the defendant breaks, removes, or interferes with critical infrastructure property or commits the crime while in possession of, or while operating, an unmanned aircraft system with a weapon or ammunition attached; and (2) broaden the definition of critical infrastructure to include a pipeline, mining operation, beneficiation and mining infr....more 5/1/2022 SB-17
2022-35 Regular Session 2022 Senate Bill 68 This act amends Section 22-34-11, Code of Alabama 1975, to allow the Alabama Water Pollution Control Authority to extend the payback period for a loan by the authority to a local governing body to finance construction expenses of a wastewater treatment facility, provided the period does not exceed the project's design life.....more 2/22/2022 SB-68
2022-36 Regular Session 2022 House Bill 86 This act proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, relating to Cullman County, to: (1) provide that, following the November 2026 general election, the Revenue Commissioner of Cullman County shall serve for a term of office of six years; and (2) provide that the term of office of the incumbent revenue commissioner would expire on November 30, 2026.....more Contingent upon ratification. HB-86
2022-37 Regular Session 2022 House Bill 231 This act provides that an individual's tax deduction for federal income tax paid or accrued within the tax year ending December 31, 2021, will be determined without considering the reduction in federal tax attributable to any additional federal child tax credit, federal income tax credit, or federal child and dependent care tax credit received pursuant to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.....more 2/23/2022 HB-231
2022-39 Regular Session 2022 Senate Bill 22 This act amends Section 28-3A-15, Code of Alabama 1975, to provide that a retail table wine licensee may dispense wine for off-premises consumption in containers approved by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.....more 2/23/2022 SB-22
2022-40 Regular Session 2022 Senate Bill 36 This act amends Sections 9-17-150 and 9-17-151, Code of Alabama 1975, to: (1) include carbon oxides, ammonia, hydrogen, nitrogen, and noble gases within the list of gases regulated by the State Oil and Gas Board; (2) provide that the board has the authority to regulate the operation and abandonment of underground storage facilities; and (3) authorize the board to adopt rules to provide fees to defray its expenses related to the regulation of underground storage facilities.....more 5/1/2022 SB-36
2022-41 Regular Session 2022 House Bill 154 This act proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, relating to Pickens County, to authorize the proceeds of an existing ad valorem tax distributed to volunteer fire departments for fire protection purposes to also be used by a volunteer fire department in the county for emergency medical services.....more Contingent upon ratification. HB-154
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