Sen. Gerald Dial

Party: Republican
District: 13 (Chambers, Cherokee, Clay, Cleburne, Lee, Randolph)

Sen. Clay Scofield

Party: Republican
District: 9 (Blount, Madison, Marshall)

Sen. Greg Reed

Party: Republican
District: 5 (Jefferson, Tuscaloosa, Walker, Winston)

Sen. J. T. Waggoner

Party: Republican
District: 16 (Jefferson, Shelby)

Sen. Jerry Fielding

Party: Republican
District: 11 (Calhoun, Coosa, Elmore, Talladega)

Sen. Tom Whatley

Party: Republican
District: 27 (Lee, Russell, Tallapoosa)

Sen. Rusty Glover

Party: Republican
District: 34 (Mobile)

Sen. Phil Williams

Party: Republican
District: 10 (Cherokee, Etowah)

Sen. Shadrack McGill

Party: Republican
District: 8 (DeKalb, Jackson, Madison)

Sen. Del Marsh

Party: Republican
District: 12 (Calhoun, St. Clair)

Sen. Dick Brewbaker

Party: Republican
District: 25 (Elmore, Montgomery)

Sen. Gerald Allen

Party: Republican
District: 21 (Hale, Pickens, Tuscaloosa)

Sen. Jimmy W. Holley

Party: Republican
District: 31 (Coffee, Covington, Dale, Houston)

Sen. Trip Pittman

Party: Republican
District: 32 (Baldwin)

SB40 - Regular Session 2013

  • Introduced - 02/05/2013
  • Passed First House - 02/26/2013
  • Passed Second House
  • Sent to Governor
  • Law

Description


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Sponsor Sen. Gerald Dial[Republican, 13]
Cosponsor(s)
Current StatusCalendar Second House (Read Second Time in Second House)
IntroducedFeb 05, 2013
Last Action OnMar 20, 2013
Last ActionRead for the second time and placed on the calendar
Suject(s)

Fiscal Analysis



Fiscal Notes for sb40 (Regular Session 2013)

SB40 for Constitution, Campaigns and Elections - Dated 03/15/2013

Committee: Constitution, Campaigns and ElectionsSponsor: Dial
Analyst: Dustin JonesDate: 03/15/2013

FISCAL NOTE

Senate Bill 40 as passed the Senate will increase the proclamation expenses of the Governor, paid from the State General Fund, by an estimated $100,000 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015.


 Randy Davis, Chair
Constitution, Campaigns and Elections




SB40 for Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and Elections - Dated 02/13/2013

Committee: Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and ElectionsSponsor: Dial
Analyst: Dustin JonesDate: 02/13/2013

FISCAL NOTE

Senate Bill 40 as introduced and as amended and reported by the Committee on Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and Elections will increase the proclamation expenses of the Governor, paid from the State General Fund, by an estimated $100,000 for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015.


 Bryan Taylor, Chairperson
Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and Elections



Committee Meetings



Meeting DateCommitteeTimeLocation

Bill History



Learn about the passage of a bill: Senate | House
Action DateChamberActionAudio
Feb 05, 2013 Senate Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and Elections Files
Feb 14, 2013 Senate Read for the second time and placed on the calendar 1 amendment Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Third Reading Carried Over to Call of the Chair Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Singleton motion to Table adopted Voice Vote Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Dial motion to Carry Over to the Call of the Chair adopted Voice Vote Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Third Reading Passed Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Constitution, Campaign Finance, Ethics, and Elections Amendment Offered(148738-2) Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Taylor Amendment Offered(149644-1) Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 164 Files
Feb 26, 2013 Senate Taylor motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 163 Files
Feb 28, 2013 House Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Constitution, Campaigns and Elections Files
Feb 28, 2013 Senate Engrossed Files
Mar 20, 2013 Pending third reading on day 16 Favorable from Constitution, Campaigns and Elections Files
Mar 20, 2013 House Read for the second time and placed on the calendar Files

BIR Actions

Budget Isolation Resolution - The procedure by which the passage of the two budget bills (general and education) is given priority in the regular session. Passage of any other legislation must be preceded by the adoption of a resolution exempting it from the budget isolation process.

For a list of other terms used in the legislative process, view the state's legislative glossary page.

Action DateChamberAction
Feb 26, 2013Senate Introduced
Feb 26, 2013Senate Dial motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 148

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