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House Bill 204, Alabama 2010

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Ba   House Bill 204    LegislationbarH5.pngf
Status: Final Status:Committee.pngc (Referred to Government Affairs Committee)

(02-17-10 96 - yeas, 0 - nays, 0 - abstain)

(Referred to Government Affairs Committee)
Sponsor: Representative Mike Ball
Introduction date: 1/12/2010
State law: Alabama Public Records Law
Bill text: As enrolled
As amended
Status key:  
Yes.png = Passed,No.png = Failed/Vetoed,
Committee.png = CommitteeWaiting.png = Awaiting Vote

HB 204

House Bill 204 is a bill introduced to the Alabama House of Representatives by Representative Mike Ball, which would require a probate judge or anyone recording court proceedings to redact sensitive information submitted to the court, such as social security numbers.[1]

Bill status

This bill was under review by the Government Affairs Committee.

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Criticism of the bill

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