Alabama Legislature

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105 Representatives
  • 75 Republicans
  • 28 Democrats
35 Senators
  • 27 Republicans
  • 8 Democrats

Bills

Recently Introduced

SB 317

Crimes and offense; unlawful for clergy to commit certain sex acts; crime created; penalties provided

HB 444

Pike County, further provides for City of Troy Investment Trust Fund

HR 184

Sheriff Heath Jackson, Alabama Legislative Meritorious Service Award recipient, commended

HR 179

Charles "Cecil" Guyton, Jr., Death Mourned

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Recently Passed

HB 127

Crimes and offenses; unlawful to tamper with electronic monitoring device; crime created; penalties created

  • Introduced Feb 06 2024
  • Third Reading in Second House Apr 11 2024
  • Sponsored by Phillip Pettus

HB 2

Dallas County Board of Education members compensation increase.

  • Introduced Dec 01 2023
  • Third Reading in Second House Apr 11 2024
  • Sponsored by Prince Chestnut

HB 395

Houston County; lodging tax, county commission, authorize to levy, distribution for economic development and recreational facilities, referendum

  • Introduced Apr 02 2024
  • Third Reading in House of Origin Apr 11 2024
  • Sponsored by Jeff Sorrells

HB 10

Crimes and offenses, to further provide for the crime of manslaughter

  • Introduced Dec 01 2023
  • Third Reading in Second House Apr 11 2024
  • Sponsored by Chris Pringle
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2024 Regular Session 1000
2023 Regular Session 1263
First Special Session 2022 15
2022 Regular Session 1176
First Special Session 2021 37
2021 Regular Session 1368
2020 Regular Session 997
First Special Session 2019 23
2019 Regular Session 1382
2018 Regular Session 1449
2017 Regular Session 1546

Sources

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