Welcome To The Official Website Of The Alabama Legislature
2013 Regular Session
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The 2013 Regular Session of the Alabama Legislature convened at noon, Tuesday, February 5, 2013. A Regular Session may consist of no more than 30 Legislative Days within the framework of a 105-calendar day period.
The Alabama Senate has begun broadcasting Live Video of its floor proceedings. To access this feature go to our ALISON system through Legislation, Code and Constitution, and select "Legislative Video". Should you experience difficulties viewing the Video, contact Site Support.
Likewise, to obtain copies of legislation in sessions, as well as confirmations, roll call votes, adjourn/convene times and bill status, go to Legislation, Code and Constitution. All questions relating to information contained in this section of the website should also be directed to Site Support.
Under Article IV, Section 46, all seats of the Alabama Legislature were filled by election on November 2, 2010, and all Members elected to seats in the Legislature took office the day after the general election, that being November 3, 2010.
If you do not know the identity of your Representative and Senator, go to our "Zip Code Look-Up".
We have opened the section for Historical Acts And Journals, contained within the Legislative History portion of the website. Acts and Journals will be added to this section on an incremental basis, as available.
To view maps of the current legislative districts, go to Current Legislative, Congressional and Board of Education District Maps in Reapportionment.
We have completed adding the text of the "Official Proceedings Of The Constitutional Convention Of 1901" (Debates) onto the Constitution Of 1901 page of the History section of the website.
Should you experience technical difficulties while navigating this web site, including Senate Live Audio and ALISON, please contact Site Support. For information relating to the operation of the Senate, and for general inquiries regarding the legislative process and legislative history, please contact Mike Murphy. For information pertaining to the House of Representatives and Joint Committees of the Legislature, contact Clay Redden.
Please Note: Messages of a political nature, including those relative to specific legislation or interpretation of the Constitution or Code of Alabama, should be directed to individual Members, via telephone, postal correspondence or e-mail, if such Member has an e-mail address posted on his/her home page. Such messages cannot be answered or disseminated through use of the e-mail addresses listed above. Further, all mail sent to the above addresses should contain a subject line message and the name of the sender within the message. Messages with no subject line or without the name of the sender will be deleted without response or comment.