Rep. John Merrill

Party: Republican
District: 62 (Tuscaloosa)

Rep. Mark Tuggle

Party: Republican
District: 81 (Lee and Tallapoosa)

Rep. Ken Johnson

Party: Republican
District: 7 (Lawrence and Winston)

Rep. Mac Mccutcheon

Party: Republican
District: 25 (Limestone and Madison)

Rep. Mac Buttram

Party: Republican
District: 12 (Cullman)

Rep. Mary Sue Mcclurkin

Party: Republican
District: 43 (Jefferson)

Rep. Richard Baughn

Party: Republican
District: 14 (Tuscaloosa, Walker and Winston)

Rep. Becky Nordgren

Party: Republican
District: 29 (DeKalb and Etowah)

Rep. Alan C. Boothe

Party: Republican
District: 89 (Dale and Pike)

Rep. Elwyn Thomas

Party: Republican
District: 34 (Blount and Jefferson)

Rep. Greg Wren

Party: Republican
District: 75 (Elmore and Montgomery)

Rep. Todd Greeson

Party: Republican
District: 24 (DeKalb)

Rep. Koven L. Brown

Party: Republican
District: 40 (Calhoun)

Rep. Darrio Melton

Party: Democrat
District: 67 (Dallas)

Rep. Kurt Wallace

Party: Republican
District: 42 (Chilton and Shelby)

Rep. Alan Baker

Party: Republican
District: 66 (Baldwin and Escambia)

Rep. April Weaver

Party: Republican
District: 49 (Bibb and Shelby)

Rep. Steve Hurst

Party: Republican
District: 35 (Calhoun and Talladega)

Rep. Richard J. Laird

Party: Independent
District: 37 (Chambers, Clay and Randolph)

Rep. Duwayne H. Bridges

Party: Republican
District: 38 (Chambers and Lee)

Rep. Wes Long

Party: Republican
District: 27 (Marshall)

Rep. Terri Collins

Party: Republican
District: 8 (Morgan)

Rep. Kerry Rich

Party: Republican
District: 26 (DeKalb, Marshall)

Rep. Daniel Boman

Party: Democrat
District: 16 (Fayette, Lamar and Pickens)

Rep. Elaine Beech

Party: Democrat
District: 65 (Choctaw, Clarke, and Washington)

Rep. Micky Hammon

Party: Republican
District: 4 (Limestone and Morgan)

Rep. Jeremy H. Oden

Party: Republican
District: 11 (Blount, Cullman and Morgan)

Rep. Jay Love

Party: Republican
District: 74 (Montgomery)

Rep. Allen Treadaway

Party: Republican
District: 51 (Jefferson)

Rep. Joe Faust

Party: Republican
District: 94 (Baldwin)

Rep. Jack Williams

Party: Republican
District: 47 (Jefferson)

Rep. Paul Lee

Party: Republican
District: 86 (Houston)

HB409 - Regular Session 2011

  • Introduced - 03/31/2011
  • Passed First House
  • Passed Second House
  • Sent to Governor
  • Law

Description


Persons, defined to include all humans from moment of fertilization, const. amend.

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Sponsor Rep. John Merrill[Republican, 62]
Cosponsor(s)
Current StatusIntroduced (Pending Committee Action in House of Origin)
IntroducedApr 01, 2011
Last Action OnMar 31, 2011
Last ActionRead for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health
Suject(s)

Fiscal Analysis



Fiscal Notes for hb409 (Regular Session 2011)

HB409 for Health - Dated 04/11/2011

Committee: HealthSponsor: Merrill
Analyst: Rachel RiddleDate: 04/11/2011

FISCAL NOTE

House Bill 409 as introduced provides that the term “person” as used in the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, shall include any human from the moment of fertilization or the functional equivalent. This bill 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, 2012.

Otherwise, this bill will not directly affect state or local funding.


 Jim McClendon, Chair
Health



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Mar 31, 2011 House Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health 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.

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