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Section 45-28-244.01 Levy and collection of tax; disposition of funds; Etowah County Development
Committee. (a) In Etowah County, there is levied a one cent ($0.01) county sales and use tax
in all areas of the county, which may become effective no sooner than January 1, 1996. (b)
The tax shall parallel the state sales and use taxes including exemptions therefrom and enforcement
proceedings therefor. The Etowah County Commission may administer and collect this tax, or
contract with a private entity or the State Department of Revenue to administer and collect
this tax, and provide for enforcement penalties by resolution. The county commission, the
State Department of Revenue, or a private entity collecting the tax may retain an amount or
percentage of the total proceeds collected in such an amount as may be agreed upon by the
members of the county commission, but in no event shall the charge exceed two percent of the
total amount of tax collected under this section. (c) The net proceeds... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 26-14-3 Mandatory reporting. (a) All hospitals, clinics, sanitariums, doctors, physicians,
surgeons, medical examiners, coroners, dentists, osteopaths, optometrists, chiropractors,
podiatrists, physical therapists, nurses, public and private K-12 employees, school teachers
and officials, peace officers, law enforcement officials, pharmacists, social workers, day
care workers or employees, mental health professionals, employees of public and private institutions
of postsecondary and higher education, members of the clergy as defined in Rule 505 of the
Alabama Rules of Evidence, or any other person called upon to render aid or medical assistance
to any child, when the child is known or suspected to be a victim of child abuse or neglect,
shall be required to report orally, either by telephone or direct communication immediately,
and shall be followed by a written report, to a duly constituted authority. (b)(1) When an
initial report is made to a law enforcement official, the... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-18A-1 Enactment of Southern States Energy Compact. The Legislature hereby enacts,
and the State of Alabama hereby enters into, the Southern States Energy Compact with any and
all states legally joining therein in accordance with its terms, in the form substantially
as follows: "SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY COMPACT "Article I. Policy and Purpose. "The
party states recognize that the proper employment and conservation of energy and employment
of energy-related facilities, materials, and products, within the context of a responsible
regard for the environment, can assist substantially in the industrialization of the south
and the development of a balanced economy for the region. They also recognize that optimum
benefit from an acquisition of energy resources and facilities require systematic encouragement,
guidance and assistance from the party states on a cooperative basis. It is the policy of
the party states to undertake such cooperation on a continuing basis; it is the purpose of... - 17K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-5-8 Review, coordination, establishment, etc., of programs; transfer of credits;
Articulation and General Studies Committee. (a)(1) The Commission on Higher Education is authorized
to review periodically all new and existing programs and units of instruction, research, and
public service funded by state appropriations at the state universities and colleges and to
share with the appropriate governing board, through the president of the institution, and
state Legislature, its recommendations. (2) As a part of its program review process, the commission
shall enforce, monitor, and report on minimum degree productivity standards for all existing
programs of instruction at public two-year and four-year institutions of higher education.
Productivity standards shall be based, primarily, but not exclusively, on the annual average
number of degrees conferred during a five-year period for senior institutions and a three-year
period for two-year institutions, as verified by the... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-24-361 Investigations; reporting offenses; proceedings and actions; privileged information.
(a)(1) The State Board of Medical Examiners on its own motion may investigate any evidence
which appears to show that a physician or osteopath holding a certificate of qualification
to practice medicine or osteopathy in the State of Alabama is or may be guilty of any of the
acts, offenses, or conditions set out in Section 34-24-360. As part of its investigation,
the board may require a criminal history background check of the physician or osteopath. In
such event, the physician or osteopath shall submit a complete set of fingerprints to the
State Board of Medical Examiners. The board shall submit the fingerprints provided by the
physician or osteopath to the Alabama Bureau of Investigation (ABI). The fingerprints shall
be forwarded by the ABI to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for a national criminal
history record check. Costs associated with conducting a criminal history... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 37-11A-1 Execution and text of compact. The Governor, on behalf of this state, shall
execute a compact, in substantially the following form, with the State of Mississippi, and
the Legislature approves and ratifies the compact in the form substantially as follows: Northeast
Mississippi - Northwest Alabama Railroad Authority Compact. The contracting states solemnly
agree: Article I. The purpose of this compact is to promote and develop trade, commerce, industry,
and employment opportunities for the public good and welfare in northeast Mississippi and
northwest Alabama through the establishment of a joint interstate authority to acquire certain
railroad properties and facilities which the operator thereof has notified the Interstate
Commerce Commission of an intention to abandon and which are located in any of Franklin, Marion,
or Winston Counties, Alabama or in Alcorn or Tishomingo Counties, Mississippi. Article II.
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Section 38-15-4 Registration of certain youth residential institutions or organizations; staff
training plans; rights of children; licensing and inspection of food preparation areas; access
by law enforcement agencies. (a) Commencing on January 1, 2018, the department shall register
any religious, faith-based, or church nonprofit, other nonprofit, or for profit affiliated
youth residential facility, youth social rehabilitation facility, community treatment facility
for youths, youth transitional care facility, long term youth residential facility, private
alternative boarding school, private alternative outdoor program, and any organization entrusted
with the residential care of children in any organizational form or combination defined by
this section, whenever children are housed at the facility or location of the program for
a period of more than 24 hours. At a minimum, registered youth residential institution or
organization under this section shall do all of the following: (1) Be... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-21-2 Board of Nursing generally. (a) There is created the Board of Nursing, which
shall be composed of 13 members to be appointed and have the duties and powers enumerated
in this section. The membership of the board shall be inclusive and reflect the racial, gender,
geographic, urban/rural, and economic diversity of the state. In order to insure continuity
of administration, the nine board members provided for by Section 3 of Act 427, Regular Session
1975, shall continue to serve to the completion of the term for which they are serving. The
Governor, within 60 days of January 1, 1984, shall appoint a tenth member who shall be a licensed
practical nurse for a term of four years from a list of nominees furnished him or her by the
Alabama Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses, Incorporated, or its successor organization.
As the terms of all board members expire, their successors shall be appointed for terms of
four years each. Vacancies in unexpired terms shall be filled in... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-45-161 Distribution of payments. (a)(1) Pursuant to the authority granted by Section
40-28-2, Madison County's share of payments made by the Tennessee Valley Authority to the
state in lieu of ad valorem taxes shall be distributed in the following manner: (1) Up to
one percent of such payments each year shall be used to establish, equip, and maintain a legislative
delegation office. All decisions concerning the Madison County Legislative Office including,
but not limited to, revenue, income, or purchases shall be made by resolutions of the delegation
adopted by a concurrent majority of the Madison County delegation, senators and house of representative
members, each house voting separately. Such resolution may provide an operation procedure
for the delegation office. The Madison County Commission shall immediately pay such amounts
from such funds as the Madison County legislative delegation may request. Requests shall be
in the form of a resolution passed by the county... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 15-20A-4 Definitions. For purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) ADULT SEX OFFENDER. A person convicted of a sex offense. (2) CHILD.
A person who has not attained the age of 12. (3) CHILDCARE FACILITY. A licensed child daycare
center, a licensed childcare facility, or any other childcare service that is exempt from
licensing pursuant to Section 38-7-3, if it is sufficiently conspicuous that a reasonable
person should know or recognize its location or its address has been provided to local law
enforcement. (4) CONVICTION. A verdict or finding of guilt as the result of a trial, a plea
of guilty, a plea of nolo contendere, or an Alford plea regardless of whether adjudication
was withheld. Conviction includes, but is not limited to, a conviction in a United States
territory, a conviction in a federal or military tribunal, including a court martial conducted
by the Armed Forces of the United States, a conviction for an offense committed... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

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