Senate Bill 3, Alabama 2010

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Sunshine Review:WikiProject Proposed state sunshine legislation/Stub pages and implementation#Transparency ratingc   Senate Bill 3    LegislationbarS2.pngn
Status: Final Status:Committee.pngc (Referred to Judiciary Committee)
(Referred to Judiciary Committee)
Sponsor: Senator Ben Brooks
Introduction date: 01-12-10
State law: Alabama Public Records Law
Bill text: As introduced

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SB 3

Senate Bill 3 was a bill introduced to the Alabama Senate by Senator Ben Brooks which would create the Insurance Fraud Unit within the office of the Department of Insurance. The Insurance Fraud Unit would be responsible for investigating insurance fraud, and could request records and information pursuant to investigations. These records would not become public record and could not be opened by civil or criminal subpoena. Records would be released to certain other public agencies after request.[1]

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This bill was under review by the Judiciary Committee.

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