Senate Bill 500, Alabama 2010

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Ab   Senate Bill 500  
Status: Final Status:Committee.pngc (Referred to Judiciary Committee)
(Referred to Judiciary Committee)
(04-14-10 31 - yeas, 0 - nays, 0 - abstain)
Sponsor: Senator Steve French
Introduction date: 03-04-10
State law: Alabama Public Records Law
Bill text: As introduced

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Yes.png = Passed,No.png = Failed/Vetoed,
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SB 500

Senate Bill 500 was a bill introduced to the Alabama Senate by Senator Steve French, which allows members of the armed forces who may be serving abroad to declare their permanent address in Alabama. The probate of the county then enters this information into his records and the information becomes public record.[1]

Current bill status

This bill has passed the Senate and is currently under review by the Judiciary Committee.

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