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House Bill 77, Alabama 2010

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Ab   House Bill 77    LegislationbarH2.pngb
Status: Final Status:Committee.pngc (Referred to Government Operations Committee)

(Referred to Government Operations Committee)

Sponsor: Representative Mike Ball
Introduction date: 1/12/2010
State law: Alabama Public Records Law
Bill text: As introduced

Status key:  
Yes.png = Passed,No.png = Failed/Vetoed,
Committee.png = CommitteeWaiting.png = Awaiting Vote

HB 77

House Bill 77 was a bill introduced to the Alabama House of Representatives by Representative Mike Ball which requires candidates, public officials, those with contracts from the state, county or municipality and their spouses to disclose basic personal information to the state which then becomes public record.[1]

Current bill status

This bill had been postponed indefinitely in the Government Operations Committee.

Support for the bill

Criticism of the bill

News stories

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