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Section 24-4A-3 Powers and duties of commission generally; insignia of approval; modification
of units prior to or during installation; authority of local government agencies; fee schedule;
manufactured buildings approved by other states. (a) The commission is authorized to promulgate
rules, and enter into contracts, and do such things as may be necessary and incidental to
the administration of its authority pursuant to this chapter. (b) After the effective date
of the rules adopted pursuant to this chapter, no manufactured building shall be sold, or
offered for sale, or installed, in this state unless it is approved and bears the insignia
of approval of the commission. (c) The Factory-Built Housing Act of 1971 and the rules promulgated
under that act shall continue until the effective date of subsection (b) of this section,
and thereafter shall be repealed. All personnel of the Modular Housing Division of the Alabama
Development Office shall be transferred without impairment of their... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-1-10.1 Insurance coverage for drugs to treat life-threatening illnesses. (a) The
Legislature finds and declares the following: (1) The citizens of this state rely upon health
insurance to cover the cost of obtaining health care and it is essential that the citizens'
expectation that their health care costs will be paid by their insurance policies is not disappointed
and that they obtain the coverage necessary and appropriate for their care within the terms
of their insurance policies. (2) Some insurers deny payment for drugs that have been approved
by the Federal Food and Drug Administration, hereafter referred to as FDA, when the drugs
are used for indications other than those stated in the labelling approved by the FDA, off-label
use, while other insurers with similar coverage terms do pay for off-label use. (3) Denial
of payment for off-label use can interrupt or effectively deny access to necessary and appropriate
treatment for a person being treated for a... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-19-14 State Board of Midwifery - Powers and duties; scope of licensed practice of
midwifery. (a) The board shall do all of the following consistent with this chapter: (1) Approve,
renew, suspend, or revoke licenses for the practice of midwifery. (2) Investigate and conduct
hearings regarding complaints against a licensed midwife in order to determine if disciplinary
action is warranted. (3) Establish reasonable licensure fees, including, but not limited to,
initial application, renewal, and reinstatement fees. (4) Develop standardized forms including,
but not limited to, a midwife disclosure form, informed consent form, emergency care form,
and applications for licensure and renewal. (5) Impose administrative fines, not to exceed
one thousand dollars ($1,000) per violation, for violating this chapter, a board rule, or
a condition of a license. (6) Establish levels of professional liability insurance that must
be maintained by a licensed midwife at a limit of no less than one... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 17-2-4 Voting system requirements; vote standards; uniform polling system; purchase
of equipment. (a) On or before January 1, 2005, each voting system used in an election shall
meet the following requirements: (1) The voting system shall: a. Permit the voter to verify,
in a private and independent manner, the votes selected by the voter on the ballot before
the ballot is cast and counted. b. Provide the voter with the opportunity, in a private and
independent manner, to change the ballot or correct any error before the ballot is cast and
counted, including the opportunity to correct the error through the issuance of a replacement
ballot if the voter was otherwise unable to change the ballot or correct any error. c. If
the voter selects votes for more than one candidate for a single office: 1. Notify the voter
that the voter has selected more than one candidate for a single office on the ballot. 2.
Notify the voter before the ballot is cast and counted of the effect of casting... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 7-9A-405 Modification of assigned contract. (a) Effect of modification on assignee.
A modification of or substitution for an assigned contract is effective against an assignee
if made in good faith and in accordance with reasonable commercial standards. The assignee
acquires corresponding rights under the modified or substituted contract. The assignment may
provide that the modification or substitution is a breach of contract by the assignor. This
subsection is subject to subsections (b) through (d). (b) Applicability of subsection (a).
Subsection (a) applies to the extent that: (1) the right to payment or a part thereof under
an assigned contract has not been fully earned by performance; or (2) the right to payment
or a part thereof has been fully earned by performance and the account debtor has not received
notification of the assignment under Section 7-9A-406(a). (c) Rule for individual under other
law. This section is subject to law other than this article which establishes... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 15-18-174 Powers, duties, authority of department. In addition to those otherwise provided
by law, the department shall have the following powers, duties, and authority: (1) Monitor
the community punishment and corrections program within the goals and mandates established
herein. (2) Conduct statewide public education programs concerning the purposes and goals
as established herein and make an annual report to the Prison Oversight Committee of the Legislature
and the Alabama Sentencing Commission regarding the effectiveness of diversion of offenders
from state and local correctional institutions. This annual report should also include data
showing the impact of diversion of offenders by race, gender, and location of the offender.
(3) Provide technical assistance to local governments, authorities and other nonprofit entities
and agencies, and local community punishment and corrections advisory boards regarding development
of a community punishment and corrections program. (4)... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-9-621 Powers and duties of commission as to collection, dissemination, etc., of
crime and offender data, etc. The commission, acting through the secretary, shall do all of
the following: (1) Develop, operate, and maintain information systems that will support the
collection, storage, retrieval, analysis, and dissemination of criminal justice information,
other data that will aid crime fighting and public safety, including data from license plate
readers, biometrics and geospatial information, and data from automated-data collection systems
operated by criminal justice agencies consistent with those principles of scope, security,
and responsiveness prescribed by this article. The commission may adopt rules and policies
regarding the collection, use, storage, dissemination, and transmittal to ALEA of this information
by criminal justice agencies within the state. The information in these systems is privileged,
not public record, and subject to the same criminal penalties for... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-104-2 Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the following
meanings: (1) DEPENDENTS. The spouse, children, or other dependents of the retired employee,
as defined by and covered under the documents governing the governmental entities' benefit
plans that provide post-employment benefits. (2) EMPLOYEE. Any person who is an employee of
any governmental entity located in the state who may become eligible for post-employment benefits
from the governmental entity. (3) EMPLOYER. Any governmental entity that sponsors, in whole
or in part, post-employment benefits. (4) FISCAL YEAR. The annual period at the end of which
a governmental entity determines its financial condition. (5) GASB. The Governmental Accounting
Standards Board. (6) GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY. Any political subdivision of the state, any department,
agency, board, commission, or authority of any such political subdivision, or any public corporation,
authority, agency, instrumentality, board,... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 25-5-293 Duties of secretary; continuing education, accounting; recovery of expenses;
advisory committees; legislative intent regarding reimbursements. (a) The Secretary of the
Department of Labor may prescribe rules and regulations for the purpose of conducting continuing
education seminars for all personnel associated with workers' compensation claims and collect
registration fees in order to cover the related expenditures. The secretary may adopt rules
and regulations setting continuing education standards for workers' compensation claims personnel
employed by insurance companies and self-insured employers and groups. (b) The secretary shall
file annually with the Governor and the presiding officer of each house of the Legislature
a complete and detailed written report accounting for all funds received and disbursed during
the preceding fiscal year. The annual report shall be in the form and reported in the time
provided by law. (c) The secretary shall establish reasonable... - 11K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 27-27-7 Solicitation permit - Issuance; contents; compliance with terms. (a) Upon the
filing of any bond required by Sections 27-27-10 or 27-27-16, after notice by the commissioner
provided for in subsection (a) of Section 27-27-6, or upon his decision to grant a solicitation
permit if such a bond is not so required, the commissioner shall issue to the applicant or
to the newly formed corporation, if the application is on behalf of a newly formed incorporated
domestic insurer, a solicitation permit. Every solicitation permit issued by the commissioner
shall contain provisions in substance as follows: (1) State the securities or other rights
or interests for which subscriptions are to be solicited, the number, classes, par value,
and selling price thereof, or identify the insurance contract, or contracts, for which applications
and advance premiums or deposits of premium are to be solicited in the case of mutual or reciprocal
insurers; (2) Require that any particular class of... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

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