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Section 11-98-13.1 Permanent Oversight Commission on 911. (a) The Permanent Oversight Commission
on 911 is established. The commission shall do the following: (1) Study the operational and
financial condition of the current 911 systems within the State of Alabama and publish a report
detailing the same. (2) Study the rate charged for 911 services and make recommendations to
the board regarding adjustments to the rate. (3) Develop recommendations for the most efficient
and effective delivery of 911 services in Alabama over both the long- and short-term. (4)
Study the charges levied by each telecommunications provider to each communications district
for both data base and network charges. (5) Develop legislation necessary to implement its
long-term 911 plan. (6) Report its findings, recommendations, and proposed legislation to
the Legislature prior to the last day of the 2014 Regular Session. (b) The commission shall
remain in place until the later of the end of the 2014 Regular Session... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-18-50 Enactment and text of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate
Compact. The Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact is hereby enacted
into law and entered into with all other jurisdictions legally joining therein in form substantially
as follows: SECTION 1. PURPOSE In order to protect the public through verification of competency
and ensure accountability for patient care related activities all states license emergency
medical services (EMS) personnel, such as emergency medical technicians (EMTs), advanced EMTs
and paramedics. This Compact is intended to facilitate the day to day movement of EMS personnel
across state boundaries in the performance of their EMS duties as assigned by an appropriate
authority and authorize state EMS offices to afford immediate legal recognition to EMS personnel
licensed in a member state. This Compact recognizes that states have a vested interest in
protecting the public's health and safety... - 41K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-44B-1 Compact. ARTICLE I PURPOSE It is the purpose of this compact to remove barriers
to education success imposed on children of military families because of frequent moves and
deployment of their parents by: A. Facilitating the timely enrollment of children of military
families and ensuring that they are not placed at a disadvantage due to difficulty in the
transfer of education records from the previous school district(s) or variations in entrance/age
requirements. B. Facilitating the student placement process through which children of military
families are not disadvantaged by variations in attendance requirements, scheduling, sequencing,
grading, course content or assessment. C. Facilitating the qualification and eligibility for
enrollment, educational programs, and participation in extracurricular academic, athletic,
and social activities. D. Facilitating the on-time graduation of children of military families.
E. Providing for the promulgation and enforcement of... - 46K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-13A-7 Audits. (a)(1) The yearly business and financial transactions of a local board
of education shall be audited as early as possible after the end of the fiscal year. (2) The
audits of the books and accounts of local boards of education shall be conducted by the Department
of Examiners of Public Accounts. The Department of Examiners of Public Accounts shall audit,
review, and otherwise investigate the receipts and disbursements of funds of each local board
in the same manner as audits are performed on other agencies and departments of the State
of Alabama. (3) Any local board of education governing a city school system, other than those
city systems required by law to be audited by the Department of Examiners of Public Accounts
on June 1, 2006, may employ a certified public accounting firm or firms or use the Department
of Examiners of Public Accounts to perform its yearly financial audit of its books and accounts
including a legal compliance audit and program compliance... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 15-22-1.1 Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision. Whereas: The Interstate
Compact for the Supervision of Parolees and Probationers was established in 1937, it is the
earliest corrections "compact" established among the states and has not been amended
since its adoption over 62 years ago; Whereas: This compact is the only vehicle for the controlled
movement of adult parolees and probationers across state lines, and it currently has jurisdiction
over more than a quarter of a million offenders; Whereas: The complexities of the compact
have become more difficult to administer, and many jurisdictions have expanded supervision
expectations to include currently unregulated practices such as victim input, victim notification
requirements, and sex offender registration; Whereas: After hearings, national surveys, and
a detailed study by a task force appointed by the National Institute of Corrections, the overwhelming
recommendation has been to amend the document to bring about... - 43K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 36-27-6 Participation of employees of counties, cities, towns, public or quasi-public
organizations, etc. - Generally. (a) The governing board of any county, city, town or public
or quasi-public organization of the state or of any political subdivision thereof or the Alabama
Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station System of Auburn University may, by
resolution legally adopted to conform to rules prescribed by the Board of Control, elect to
have its officers and employees from whatever sources and in whatever manner paid become eligible
to participate in the retirement system; and the Adjutant General of the state, with the approval
of the Governor, may, by application properly prepared and submitted in conformity with rules
prescribed by the Board of Control, elect to have those employees of the Alabama National
Guard employed pursuant to 32 U.S.C.A., Section 709, and paid from federally appropriated
funds, become eligible to participate in this retirement system.... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-27-1 Compact adopted; terms. The following Multistate Tax Compact is hereby approved,
adopted and enacted into law by the State of Alabama: Multistate Tax Compact Article I. Purposes.
The purposes of this compact are to: 1. Facilitate proper determination of state and local
tax liability of multistate taxpayers, including the equitable apportionment of tax bases
and settlement of apportionment disputes. 2. Promote uniformity or compatibility in significant
components of tax systems. 3. Facilitate taxpayer convenience and compliance in the filing
of tax returns and in other phases of tax administration. 4. Avoid duplicative taxation. Article
II. Definitions. As used in this compact: 1. "State" means a state of the United
States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession
of the United States. 2. "Subdivision" means any governmental unit or special district
of a state. 3. "Taxpayer" means any corporation, partnership, firm,... - 42K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-60-2 Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact. The State of Alabama hereby
agrees to the following interstate compact known as the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation
Compact: ARTICLE I. PURPOSES. The purposes of this compact are, through means of joint and
cooperative action among the compacting states: 1. To promote and protect the interest of
consumers of individual and group annuity, life insurance, disability income, and long-term
care insurance products; 2. To develop uniform standards for insurance products covered under
the compact; 3. To establish a central clearinghouse to receive and provide prompt review
of insurance products covered under the compact and, in certain cases, advertisements related
thereto, submitted by insurers authorized to do business in one or more compacting states;
4. To give appropriate regulatory approval to those product filings and advertisements satisfying
the applicable uniform standard; 5. To improve coordination of... - 45K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 44-2-10 Text of compact. The Interstate Compact for Juveniles is enacted into law and
entered into with all jurisdictions mutually adopting the compact in the form substantially
as follows: THE INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES Article I. Purpose. The compacting states
to this interstate compact recognize that each state is responsible for the proper supervision
or return of juveniles, delinquents and status offenders who are on probation or parole and
who have absconded, escaped or run away from supervision and control and in so doing have
endangered their own safety and the safety of others. The compacting states also recognize
that each state is responsible for the safe return of juveniles who have run away from home
and in doing so have left their state of residence. The compacting states also recognize that
Congress, by enacting the Crime Control Act, 4 U.S.C. Section 112 (1965), has authorized and
encouraged compacts for cooperative efforts and mutual assistance in the... - 39K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-65-10 Powers and duties of commission. When authorized by one or more elections
as provided in Section 11-65-4, a commission shall have the powers and duties necessary to
license, regulate, and supervise horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering thereon and greyhound
racing and pari-mutuel wagering thereon within the commission municipal jurisdiction, including,
without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the powers and duties hereinafter set forth
in this section or in other sections of this chapter. (1) A commission shall have succession
in perpetuity, subject only to the provisions of this chapter as it may be amended from time
to time. (2) A commission shall have the power to sue and be sued in its own name in civil
suits and actions and to defend suits against it. (3) A commission shall have the power to
adopt and make use of an official seal and to alter the same at pleasure. (4) A commission
shall have the power to adopt, alter, and repeal bylaws, regulations and... - 26K - Match Info - Similar pages

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