Section 22-38-4 Administration of federal funds by committee; transfer of federal funds received
by other state agencies to committee; application to Legislature for matching funds; coordination
of use of funds. All federal funds available to state agencies for financial assistance through
cost-share grants to landusers for agricultural nonpoint source pollution control shall be
administered by the committee. State agencies other than the committee which receive federal
cost-share funds designated for use by agricultural operations to control associated nonpoint
source pollution shall effect the necessary agreements to transfer these funds to the committee.
The committee shall make application to the Legislature for appropriation of state funds required
to match such federal funds and for appropriation of other necessary state funds and shall
coordinate the use of water quality financial assistance or cost-share funds to landusers
with other state appropriated soil and water...
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Section 22-38-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter the following words and phrases
shall have the following meaning: (1) COMMITTEE. The Alabama State Soil and Water Conservation
Committee. (2) COST-SHARE FUNDS or COST-SHARE GRANTS. Any federal financial assistance for
landusers received by the department or other state agencies to support implementation of
agricultural nonpoint source pollution control. Such funds shall include federal match and
nonfederal match funds. (3) DEPARTMENT. The Alabama Department of Environmental Management.
(4) LANDUSER. Any person, individual, partnership, company, corporation or other legal entity
who qualifies for the receipt of cost-share funds from the Alabama state soil and water conservation
committee in accordance with all applicable rules, regulations or practices. (5) PLAN. The
state nonpoint source management program for the control of discharges of pollution from nonpoint
sources to waters of the state and for improving the quality of...
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Section 22-38-3 Legislative intent. In order to further the efficient and effective administration
of programs related to agricultural nonpoint sources of pollution it is hereby declared to
be the intent of the Legislature to have federal cost-sharing funds provided to the state
and administered by state agencies for control of agricultural nonpoint sources of pollution
through financial assistance or cost-share grants to landusers to be administered by the committee
and soil and water conservation districts. (Acts 1988, No. 88-602, p. 939, §3.)...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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,...
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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...
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Section 29-2-41 Expenses for members; assistance of Department of Examiners of Public Accounts;
responsibilities, powers, etc.; examination of proposed contract or letter of intent; effect
of failure to review; witnesses and evidence; organization; meetings. Each member of the committee
shall be entitled to regular legislative compensation, per diem, and travel expenses for each
day he or she attends a meeting of the committee, which shall be paid out of the funds appropriated
to the use of the Legislature, on warrants drawn on the state Comptroller upon requisition
signed by the committee's chair. Members shall not receive additional compensation or per
diem when the Legislature is in session. The Department of Examiners of Public Accounts shall
furnish assistance and any relevant information to the committee. The committee shall have
the responsibility of reviewing contracts for personal or professional services with private
entities or individuals to be paid out of appropriated...
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Section 16-6B-3 Assistance programs. (a) Student strategy. The superintendent of the local
board of education along with the staff of each school shall develop an assistance program
at each school for at-risk students performing below the standards set by the State Board
of Education. The standards shall include the results of the required assessment program adopted
by the State Board of Education with emphasis on students who are found to be at one or more
grade levels below the prescribed norm. The local board of education shall budget at least
one hundred dollars ($100) per student so identified to be expended on tutorial assistance
programs including, but not limited to, after-school, Saturday school, or summer school, or
any combination of these programs. These funds may be budgeted from state or federal funds.
However, federal funds already budgeted for at-risk students may not be counted toward the
minimum one hundred dollars ($100) requirement set aside to be expended for...
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