Sen. Trip Pittman

Party: Republican
District: 32 (Baldwin)

Sen. Rusty Glover

Party: Republican
District: 34 (Mobile)

Sen. Paul Bussman

Party: Republican
District: 4 (Cullman, Lawrence, Winston)

Sen. Greg Reed

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

Sen. Clay Scofield

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

Sen. Dick Brewbaker

Party: Republican
District: 25 (Elmore, Montgomery)

Sen. J. T. Waggoner

Party: Republican
District: 16 (Jefferson, Shelby)

Sen. Del Marsh

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

Sen. Gerald Allen

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

Sen. Bryan Taylor

Party: Republican
District: 30 (Autauga, Butler, Crenshaw, Elmore, Lowndes, Pike)

Sen. Slade Blackwell

Party: Republican
District: 15 (Jefferson, Shelby)

Sen. Gerald Dial

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

Sen. Paul Sanford

Party: Republican
District: 7 (Madison)

Sen. Tom Whatley

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

Sen. Cam Ward

Party: Republican
District: 14 (Bibb, Chilton, Jefferson, Shelby)

Sen. Jimmy W. Holley

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

SB300 - Regular Session 2012

  • Introduced - 02/14/2012
  • Passed First House - 04/05/2012
  • Passed Second House - 04/26/2012
  • Sent to Governor
  • Law - 05/01/2012

Description


Unemployment compensation, compensable week further defined, Sec. 25-4-73 am'd.

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Sponsor Sen. Trip Pittman [Republican, 32]
Cosponsor(s)
Current StatusEnacted (Enacted 2012-299)
IntroducedFeb 14, 2012
Last Action OnMay 01, 2012
Last ActionEnrolled
Suject(s)

Fiscal Analysis



Fiscal Notes for sb300 (Regular Session 2012)

SB300 for - Dated 06/27/2012

Committee: Sponsor: Pittman
Analyst: Daniel DavenportDate: 06/27/2012

FISCAL NOTE

Senate Bill 300 (Act 2012-299) as enacted could reduce benefits paid from the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund by an estimated $11.4 million per year by moving the one-week waiting period that an individual serves without receiving benefits from after the thirteenth week to the first week. The savings would come from individuals that serve the waiting period during the first week and come off the rolls before the waiting period between week 13 and 14 and before receiving their full amount of benefits.





SB300 for Commerce and Small Business - Dated 04/10/2012

Committee: Commerce and Small BusinessSponsor: Pittman
Analyst: Daniel DavenportDate: 04/10/2012

FISCAL NOTE

Senate Bill 300 as passed the Senate could reduce benefits paid from the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund by an estimated $11.4 million per year by moving the one-week waiting period that an individual serves without receiving benefits from after the thirteenth week to the first week. The savings would come from individuals that serve the waiting period during the first week and come off the rolls before the waiting period between week 13 and 14 and before receiving their full amount of benefits.


 Jack Williams, Chair
Commerce and Small Business




SB300 for Job Creation and Economic Development - Dated 02/20/2012

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Committee Meetings



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Bill History



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Action DateChamberActionAudio
Feb 14, 2012 Senate Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Job Creation and Economic Development Files
Feb 21, 2012 Senate Read for the second time and placed on the calendar Files
Apr 05, 2012 Senate Third Reading Passed Files
Apr 05, 2012 Senate Petition to cease debate adopted Roll Call 464. Files
Apr 05, 2012 Senate Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 465 Files
Apr 10, 2012 House Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Commerce and Small Business Files
Apr 12, 2012 House Read for the second time and placed on the calendar Files
Apr 26, 2012 House Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 1037 Files
Apr 26, 2012 House Third Reading Passed Files
Apr 26, 2012 Senate Passed Second House Files
May 01, 2012 Executive Forwarded to Executive Department Files
May 01, 2012 Executive Assigned Act No. 2012-299. Files
May 01, 2012 House Signature Requested Files
May 01, 2012 Senate Enrolled 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
Apr 05, 2012Senate Pittman motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 463
Apr 05, 2012Senate Introduced
Apr 26, 2012House Introduced
Apr 26, 2012House Williams (J) motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 1036

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