Barbara Drummond

  • Alabama
  • Representative
  • Democrat
  • District 103

Capitol Office

Room 529, 11 S. Union St., Montgomery, AL 36130

Phone 334-261-0564

District Office

1266 Horton Drive, Mobile, AL 36605

Serving District 103

Sponsored Bills


HB 224

Firearms, criminal penalty for unreasonably secured firearm stored by parent in possession of child

  • Introduced Feb 22 2024

HB 174

Crimes & offenses, further provides for the crime of discharging a firearm

  • Introduced Feb 15 2024

HB 65

Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, regulation of retail sale of certain tobacco products, electronic nicotine delivery

  • Introduced Jan 30 2024

HB 319

Relating to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; to amend Sections 28-11-2, 28-11-3, 28-11-5, 28-11-6.1, 28-11-6.2, 28-11-7, 28-11-9, 28-11-10, 28-11-12, 28-11-13, 28-11-14, 28-11-16, 28-11-17.1, 28-11-18, 28-11-19, Code of Alabama 1975, to revise the definition of "electronic nicotine delivery system" to include delivery of substances other than tobacco; to further provide for the sale of tobacco and other related products to minors; to prohibit the distribution of tobacco, tobacco products, electronic nicotine delivery systems, e-liquids, and alternative nicotine products through a vending machine; to provide license fees for the retail sale of certain tobacco products; to further provide for the authorized penalties for certain violations; to establish the Tobacco Licensing and Compliance Fund in the State Treasury and provide for its administration; to further provide for the membership of the advisory board to the Alcoholic Beverages Control Board; to further provide for the requirement of tobacco retailers to post signage warning of the dangers of tobacco product use; to require the board to adopt rules; to require the State Board of Education to establish a model vaping awareness, education, and prevention program and require each local board of education to adopt a policy based on the model policy; to repeal Section 28-11-15, Code of Alabama 1975, and in connection therewith would have as its purpose or effect the requirement of a new or increased expenditure of local funds within the meaning of Section 111.05 of the Constitution of Alabama of 2022.

  • Introduced Apr 13 2023
  • On Third Reading in Second House Jun 01 2023
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