Legislative News

End of the 2021 Alabama Legislative Session

May 21, 2021

The 2021 Regular Session of the Alabama Legislature came to a close at midnight on Monday, May 17. Here are the results of the key bills we were monitoring:

GAMBLING

The pro-gambling forces failed to get the votes necessary to pass the comprehensive gambling bill in the House, so the gambling bill (HB319) is “dead” for now. Governor Ivey has signaled that she may call a special session in the coming months to address the gambling issue and we will let you know if she does. If you have any contact with her or her staff, ask them not to call a special session on gambling.

In the meantime, we will continue to work to educate Alabamians about the “dark side” of the gambling enterprise and I am available to speak to your church or association of churches in your community about why Christians should oppose gambling. Pray that legislators will continue to be confused and divided so that they are not able to reach any agreements on gambling.

“MEDICAL” MARIJUANA

Senate Bill 46 (SB46) passed both houses and the Governor signed the bill into law this week. This bill legalizes marijuana for certain medical conditions, does not allow it to be smoked or vaped and supposedly has a variety of other restrictions placed on its use. However, like with alcohol, you can rest assured that the legislature will come back every year and remove one restriction at a time. The marijuana industry’s playbook is to begin pushing for recreational marijuana once people become accustomed to having marijuana in the state.

It should be noted that when “medical” marijuana was first legalized in Colorado, 74% of the youth who were treated for drug addiction said that their addiction started with marijuana they accessed using a family member’s “medical” marijuana card!

A doctor cannot prescribe marijuana and a pharmacist cannot fill a marijuana prescription. It must be obtained from a “medical” marijuana dispensary, so you will see dispensaries popping up all over the state. We did manage to get an amendment that requires local officials to approve a dispensary in their jurisdiction before the “Medical” Marijuana Commission can approve a certain location, but that is not much help.

And, speaking of the “Medical” Marijuana Commission, the “small government, cut-spending” Republicans in the House and Senate, by passing SB46, just added an entirely new bureaucracy to our state government. If they eventually pass a comprehensive gambling bill, that will be yet another bureaucracy they will create. Click here to see how your State Senator voted on SB46 and click here to see how your House member voted on the bill.

ALCOHOL

The Senate and the House passed a series of bills and the Governor signed them into law allowing direct shipment of alcoholic beverages to households in Alabama. It is a little difficult for underaged young people to walk into a liquor store or wine shop and purchase alcoholic beverages. Thanks to your Alabama Legislature, all they have to do now is order it online using the credit card info on their parents’ computer and have it delivered to their home. Delivery personnel are supposed to check for IDs to make sure the person receiving the alcohol is the proper age, but how many delivery companies do you think will continue to do that on a consistent basis?

YOGA

The Yoga bill passed, so now the Hindu religion is allowed in public schools in K-12 grades. We cannot teach the Bible, but we can get credit for a practice that is intrinsically tied to Hinduism. We did get an amendment added that requires parents to be notified of Yoga’s origins. However, instead of saying it is a part of the Hindu religion, the notification simply states that Yoga has “eastern cultural” ties. Why is the sponsor of the bill, Rep. Jeremy Gray (who earns his living teaching Yoga) afraid to state the truth about the connections between Yoga and Hinduism?

VULNERABLE CHILD COMPASSION & ACCOUNTABILITY ACT (VCAP)

SB10, sponsored by Sen. Shay Shelnutt, would have protected children from having hormone treatments and surgical procedures performed on them that would forever change their gender. There were exceptions in the bill for other uses of hormone treatments, but this bill would have prevented parents from using these treatments and procedures in order to intentionally change the sex of their child.

This bill passed the Senate early in the Session and it passed the House Health Committee. However, it languished in “limbo” until the last night of the Session when it was added to a special order calendar one hour before the Legislature had to adjourn for the year (the last of 11 bills on that calendar, which meant there was no time to get to it). The Speaker claimed it was divisive, but he allowed “medical” marijuana and gambling to continue to get attention and those two bills were far more divisive. In fact, we were told that as many as 70 House members were willing to vote for the VCAP bill. We are disappointed that alcohol, marijuana and gambling were of more concern to legislators than protecting children from procedures that would forever alter their lives.

“BORN ALIVE” BILL

Rep. Ginny Shaver’s “born alive” bill was the one bright spot during the 2021 Legislative Session. This bill received by-partisan support and passed both houses (it passed the Senate on the last night of the Session). The bill now goes to the Governor to sign and we anticipate that she will do so.

This bill states that if a child is born alive during an attempted abortion, the doctor and medical staff must then take whatever action is necessary to save the baby’s life. Even pro-abortionist legislators agreed that this is the right thing to do.

FINAL WORDS I want to thank you for your prayers and support of ALCAP. If and when a special session is called, we will try to keep you updated. The 2022 Regular Session will begin the second Tuesday of January next year and we will keep you informed about legislation that concerns God’s people. At the end of that Session I will hand the baton to whoever is selected to succeed me in this important ministry. Please be in prayer for the ALCAP Executive Director Search Committee as they continue their work seeking God’s man to lead this ministry in the years ahead.

Urgent – Update on “Medical” Marijuana Bill (SB46) and Gambling Bill (SB319)

May 11, 2021

MARIJUANA

The “medical” marijuana bill (SB46) passed both the House and the Senate and is now on Governor Ivey’s desk for her to sign or veto. Please call Governor Ivey’s office TODAY and ask her to veto SB46. The House and Senate may override her veto, but there is a chance they would not. It would also be good to contact your House member and state Senator and ask him/her not to override a possible veto on SB46. Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click here if you know your State Senator's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member or State Senator. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

GAMBLING On Monday, May 17, the Alabama House and Senate will convene for the last legislative day. It is possible that the House will revisit SB319 (the comprehensive gambling bill that includes a lottery, casino gambling, a compact with the Poarch Creek Indians expanding their gambling operations, sports betting and online gambling). If they are able to work out a compromise with all of the different gambling interests, they could decide to try one last time to pass this terrible bill. We are hoping several House members will filibuster the bill until the clock runs out on this 2021 Legislative Session, but we need to let all of the House members know that we are watching and opposed to any gambling expansion bill(s). Please contact your House member TODAY and ask him/her to oppose SB319. Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

Legislative Update 5/7/2021 Week 12

May 11, 2021

GAMBLING

With only one legislative day left in the 2021 Regular Session of the Alabama Legislature (scheduled for May 17), SB319, Sen. Jim McClendon’s gambling bill appears to be "dead!" This bill calls for a constitutional amendment to be voted on by the people of Alabama, legalizing a state-sponsored lottery, full-fledged casino gambling at existing dog tracks and other locations, a compact with the Poarch Creek Indians, allowing them to have full-fledged casino gambling at their current locations and build a new casino in Northeast Alabama, and it would legalize sports betting and online gambling. 

“Greedlock” (gridlock that occurs when various gambling enterprises cannot agree on a way for everyone to get a “piece of the gambling pie” cannot agree) seems to have been the major contributing factor. However, we have also heard that many, many pastors and church members contacted their State Senators and House Members, and that was certainly an important part of what stopped this massive gambling expansion in our state.

A last-minute attempt late Thursday night to bring the gambling bill to the floor of the House with a substitute that would have made it a “lottery only” bill, failed and caused a great deal of resentment among legislators. The Legislature will take a week off and return for the last day of the session on May 17.

It is unlikely the gambling bill will be on the House calendar that last day of the 2021 Legislative Session. However, we thought gambling was "dead" earlier in the session only to see it "rise from the ashes." With that in mind, it is important for people to contact both their House members and State Senators and let them know of your opposition to any attempts at revisiting the gambling bill. 

Since Governor Ivey was very involved in pushing the gambling bills, contact her office and let her know of your opposition to gambling. It is possible she could call a special session before next year in order to get gambling legislation passed, so let her know that you do not want her wasting tax-payer dollars on a special session to pass this terrible and immoral economic policy that takes from the poor and gives to the rich (“The Reverse Robin Hood Effect”). Ask her to give the Attorney General the resources he needs to shut down all the illegal gambling operations that she has indicated are "running rampant.” If illegal gambling is “running rampant” it is because the governor will not enforce the current laws against gambling.

“MEDICAL” MARIJUANA

In spite of heroic efforts by several members of the Alabama House of Representatives, the “medical” marijuana bill (SB46, sponsored by Sen. Tim Melson) passed by a vote of 68-34 with one abstention. The Senate then concurred with the House amendments, sending the bill to the Governor’s desk for her signature. We are disappointed, but we will do everything we can to keep marijuana legalization from continuing to expand. In many states where “medical” marijuana has been legalized, recreational marijuana legalization has often followed.

VULNERABLE CHILD COMPASSION AND PROTECTION ACT (VCAP)

SB10, sponsored by Sen. Shay Shelnutt, passed out of the Senate and out of the House Health Committee, but it continues to be kept off the House floor. This bill will protect children from hormone blockers and surgical procedures in order to change their birth sex before they are old enough to make that decision for themselves. We hope and pray that Speaker Mac McCutcheon will allow it to come to the floor for a vote on the final legislative day (May 17) and that the members of the House will vote YES on SB10.

ACTION ALERT: Contact Speaker Mac McCutcheon and ask him to place SB10 near the top of the House Special Order Calendar on May 17. Also, contact your own House member and encourage him/her to vote YES on SB10 if it comes up for debate. Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

YOGA

HB246, sponsored by Rep. Jeremy Gray, passed the House several weeks ago and then it passed the Senate late Thursday night just before the Senate adjourned. This bill will now go to the Governor for her signature. It will allow the Hindu practice of Yoga to be taught in public K-12 grades. The proponents argued publicly that it is “just stretching exercises.” However, stretching exercises are already allowed in public schools. Yoga is a Hindu practice that involves Eastern meditation and is heavily religious in nature. Sen. Dan Roberts successfully added an amendment requiring that parents sign a document to allow their child to participate in yoga practices.

ALCOHOL

Several alcohol-related bills passed this session, including a couple of bills that allow direct shipment of alcohol to the homes of individuals. Governor Ivey signed these bills into law, so don’t be surprised when you start reading of more underaged drinking problems in our state. Pray that I am wrong! We do not want to see any child or family hurt by this mind-altering and addictive drug.

ALCAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH UPDATE As most of you are aware, I have announced my plan to retire from ALCAP and American Character Builders at the end of the 2022 Legislative Session (April 30, 2022). The search committee tasked with finding my successor, has prepared a special announcement on how to recommend and/or apply for this position. Click here for a copy of the announcement.

Legislative Update 4/30/2021 Week 11

April 30, 2021

GAMBLING

With only three legislative days left in the 2021 Regular Session of the Alabama Legislature, gambling legislation is making its final, big push. Next Tuesday, May 4, the House Tourism Committee is scheduled to meet and vote to send SB319 to the full House for debate and a vote. This is Sen. Jim McClendon’s gambling bill which calls for a constitutional amendment to be voted on by the people of Alabama, legalizing a state-sponsored lottery, full-fledged casino gambling at existing dog tracks and possibly other locations, a compact with the Poarch Creek Indians, allowing them to have full-fledged casino gambling at their current locations and build a new casino in Northeast Alabama. SB319 will also legalize sports betting and online gambling that will put a casino in the hands of anyone with a smart phone, tablet or computer, including children (who will know how to circumvent any restrictions on their devices).

The House is working on changes to this bill and the enabling legislation, introduced by Sen. Del Marsh. If SB319 (the main constitutional amendment) passes the House with amendments, the bill will go back to the Senate for them to either “concur,” “non-concur” and/or go to a conference committee between the two houses for a compromise bill to be “worked out.” If a compromise bill is agreed upon, that bill will require three fifths of the body of each house to approve. If that happens, the constitutional amendment will be place on the November 2022 ballot for the voters of Alabama to decide, but not before tens of millions of dollars will be spent by the pro-gambling forces (lottery management companies, casino gambling bosses, slot machine manufacturers and gambling software companies) to convince the citizens of Alabama how great and wonderful gambling will be for the state. We all know, however, that the only real winners will be the gambling bosses and the gambling companies.

There is still time to stop this push for gambling in the Alabama State House! Call and/or email your Alabama House Member TODAY and respectfully, but firmly let him/her know that you want them to vote NO on SB319! They will possibly argue that this gambling legislation will restrict illegal gambling in the state, but data show that illegal gambling actually increases after gambling legalization takes place. That’s like saying, “Prostitution is rampant, so let’s legalize it and restrict it,” or “Human sex trafficking is rampant, so let’s legalize it and restrict it.” If they want to stop illegal gambling, Governor Ivey should rescind her order that blocks the Attorney General from using State Troopers to shut down illegal gambling operations and that would solve the problem! The legislature could also strengthen the penalties for illegal gambling without expanding it.

ACTION ALERT: Contact your Alabama House Member and ask him/her to vote NO on SB319. Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

“MEDICAL” MARIJUANA

The “medical” marijuana bill (SB46, sponsored by Sen. Tim Melson and already passed by the full senate) is also likely to come to the floor of the House of Representatives sometime during these last three legislative days. In every state where “medical” marijuana has been legalized, recreational marijuana soon follows or is being pushed. This bill will make marijuana available to children and youth, and it sends a message that marijuana is safe — IT IS NOT!

ACTION ALERT: Contact your House member today and ask him/her to vote NO on SB46 (“medical” marijuana). Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

We, especially, need those of you who live in the districts of the following House members to contact your House member...

  1. Pettus, Killen 256-762-2916 pjpettus@aol.com
  2. Greer, Rogersville 256-412-8695 lynngreer15@gmail.com
  3. Sorrell, Florence 256-577-8562  jasorrell@comcast.net
  4. Moore, Hartselle 334-345-7517  pdmoore1@gmail.com
  5. Crawford, Athens 256-656-1224  danny.f.crawford@gmail.com
  6. Estes, Winfield 205-468-0643  jtracyestes@gmail.com
  7. Reynolds, Huntsville 256-479-6035  reynoldsdist21@gmail.com
  8. Robbins, Sylacauga 205-907-5091  bwrobbinsatty@gmail.com
  9. Wood, Valley 706-773-9404  debbie.wood@alhouse.gov
  10. Smith, Prattville 205-294-4828  vansmith53@gmail.com
  11. Drake, Leeds  dickiedrake45@gmail.com
  12. Sullivan, Northport 205-792-0718  wrsullivan09@gmail.com
  13. Easterbrook, Fruitdale 251-423-5336  brett.easterbrook@yahoo.com
  14. Baker, Brewton 251-363-9101  staterep@co.escambia.al.us
  15. Oliver, Dadeville 334-803-1889  rotorems@gmail.com
  16. Sorrells, Hartford 334-248-2511  jeffsorrells22285@gmail.com
  17. Dismukes, Elmore 334-322-2873  wdismukes@customfloorcovering.biz
  18. Wilcox, Mobile 251-421-8309  wilcox.margie@gmail.com

VULNERABLE CHILD COMPASSION AND PROTECTION ACT (VCAP)

SB10, sponsored by Sen. Shay Shelnutt, passed out of the Senate and out of the House Health Committee, but it has stalled for the time being. This bill will protect children from hormone blockers and surgical procedures in order to change their birth sex before they are old enough to make that decision for themselves.

ACTION ALERT: While you are contacting House members about voting NO on gambling expansion and voting NO on “medical” marijuana, ask them to vote YES on SB10 (the VCAP bill). With only 3 legislative days left in this session, time is running out to pass this important bill.

YOGA

We expect HB246, sponsored by Rep. Jeremy Gray, to come to the full senate during these last three legislative days. This bill will allow a Hindu practice to be taught in public K-12 grades. The proponents argue publicly that it is “just stretching exercises.” However, stretching exercises are already allowed in public schools. Yoga is a Hindu practice that involves Eastern meditation and is heavily religious in nature. ACTION ALERT: Contact your Alabama State Senator and ask him/her to vote NO on HB246 (the “Yoga” bill). Click here if you know your State Senator's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State Senator. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

Legislative Update 4/16/2021 Week 9

April 16, 2021

GAMBLING

The Alabama Senate passed SB319 on Tuesday evening. This bill, sponsored by Sen. Jim McClendon, started out as a “lottery only” bill. However, a substitute was introduced that included everything that had been found in Sen. Del Marsh’s bill, SB214, that failed to pass earlier in the session. SB319 now includes a state-sponsored lottery, sports betting, casinos throughout the state and a compact with the Poarch Creek Indians that will allow them to have full-fledged casinos at their current locations and allow them to build a new casino in Northeast Alabama. Perhaps the worst part of this bill is that it will allow online gambling, which will put a casino in the hands of anyone with a smart phone or tablet (including children who know how to circumvent age restrictions).

SB319 now goes to the House of Representatives for a vote. The President Pro-Tem of the Senate, Sen. Greg Reed, announced on Thursday that meetings are already taking place behind the scenes in order to work out any details to insure that the House will pass this bill and additional enabling legislation.

We must immediately begin contacting members of the Alabama House of Representatives asking them to oppose SB319. They could have this bill in committee next week and it may even get to the floor of the House for a vote sometime next week.The Senate passed SB319 by a vote count of 23-9. They only needed 21 votes to pass the bill. Four senators who voted against the original bill sponsored by Sen. Marsh changed their votes to “yes.” Those senators were Barfoot, Elliott, Gudger and Sessions. While we are disappointed in these individuals who changed their votes, along with others who voted “yes” on gambling expansion, we want to thank the following senators who stood strong in opposition and voted “no.” Please thank them for their courage and for not caving to the immense pressure that was being applied to these senators by the Governor, the senate leadership and the gambling lobby: Gerald Allen (Tuscaloosa); Tom Butler (Huntsville); Clyde Chambliss (Prattville); Sam Givhan (Huntsville); Arthur Orr (Decatur); Dan Roberts (Birmingham); Clay Scofield (Guntersville); Shay Shelnutt (Trussville); and Larry Stutts (Sheffield). Click here to send your thank you to the State Senator's listed above. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message.

ACTION ALERT: Contact your member of the Alabama House of Representatives and ask him/her to vote NO on SB319. Call, email, text or write TODAY! Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

“MEDICAL” MARIJUANA

The “medical” marijuana bill (SB46, sponsored by Sen. Tim Melson and already passed by the full senate) passed out of the House Judiciary Committee last week and the House Health Committee this week. It now will go to the House Rules Committee to be placed on the calendar for debate by the full House of Representatives. This bill is designed to be a “stepping stone” to legalizing recreational marijuana in spite of denials by the the sponsor. In every state where “medical” marijuana has been legalized, recreational marijuana soon follows or is being pushed. ALCAP does not oppose research being done and medicines being developed that might use the cannabis plant, but this bill does not insure dosages and purity of a drug that is mind-altering and addictive. This bill will make marijuana available to children and youth, and it sends a message that marijuana is safe — IT IS NOT!

ACTION ALERT: Contact your House member today and ask him/her to vote NO on SB46 (“medical” marijuana). Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

VULNERABLE CHILD COMPASSION AND PROTECTION ACT (VCAP)

SB10, sponsored by Sen. Shay Shelnutt, passed out of the Senate and out of the House Health Committee, but it has stalled for the time being. I reached out to the Speaker of the House, Rep. Mac McCutcheon, and he assured me that negotiations are on-going to try and bring this bill to the House floor. This bill will protect children from hormone blockers and surgical procedures in order to change their birth sex before they are old enough to make that decision for themselves.

ACTION ALERT: While you are contacting House members about voting NO on gambling expansion and voting NO on “medical” marijuana, ask them to vote YES on SB10 (the VCAP bill). With only 7 legislative days left in this session, time is running out to pass this important bill.

ALCOHOL

Alcohol continues to flow in Montgomery! This week, a bill legalizing direct delivery of alcohol to individual residences was signed into law by Governor Ivey. Other bills still making their way through the Alabama Legislature include one that would allow wineries to ship directly to residents in the state and another bill that will allow drive-through sales of alcoholic beverages. (What could possibly go wrong with all of these bills that remove decades of restrictions on a mind-altering and addictive drug?! — NOTE: I am being sarcastic!)

YOGA

HB246, sponsored by Rep. Jeremy Gray, has passed the House and it passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee last week. We expect this bill to come the full senate soon since, as we stated already, there are only 7 legislative days left. This bill will allow a Hindu practice to be taught in public K-12 grades. The proponents argue publicly that it is “just stretching exercises.” However, stretching exercises are already allowed in public schools. Yoga is a Hindu practice that involves Eastern meditation and is heavily religious in nature. This picture was taken from Rep. Gray’s FaceBook page.

ACTION ALERT: Contact your Alabama State Senator and ask him/her to vote NO on HB246 (the “Yoga” bill). Click here if you know your State Senator's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State Senator. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

Alabama Senate to take up Senate Bill 319 (SB319) tomorrow, Tuesday, April 13

April 12, 2021

Due to Governor Ivey’s “arm-twisting” of State Lawmakers reported by the media at the end of last week, we have received word that the Alabama Senate plans to take up Senate Bill 319 (SB319) tomorrow, Tuesday, April 13. The pro-gambling forces are declaring that they have the votes to pass the bill. We have also heard that a substitute bill will be introduced on the Senate floor that will add casinos back into the legislation.

The most significant aspect of the bill, however, is that it will include online gambling, making every laptop, tablet and smart phone in Alabama a casino and, specifically, a slot machine! It is imperative that EVERYONE contact your Alabama Senator TODAY and ask him/her to vote NO on SB319!!! Click here if you know your State Senator's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State Senator. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

After contacting your State Senator, please begin contacting your House Member and ask him/her to vote NO on SB319 and any other pro-gambling bill that may come to the House. Also, we would encourage you to contact Governor Kay Ivey’s office and urge her to stop pushing for pro-gambling legislation. She was quoted in one news article last week saying that gambling is “rampant” in Alabama. So is prostitution, domestic violence, sex-trafficking and a host of other activities that are evil, but we don’t legalize and tax those activities. We enforce the laws regarding those activities in order to keep them from becoming worse. Click here if you know your State House Member's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State House Member. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator.

Governor Ivey, if gambling is rampant in Alabama, it is because you and your immediate predecessor removed the ability of the Attorney General to use state troopers to stop the spread of illegal gambling activities. Once you legalize more forms of gambling, more and more people will begin to gamble, especially young people. You don’t stop gambling activity by legalizing it!

For more information on why gambling is bad for citizens and bad for the economy, visit our website, www.ALCAP.com and www.StopPredatoryGambling.org. Again, please contact your Alabama Senator TODAY and ask him/her to vote NO on SB319! Click here if you know your State Senator's name. Click on their picture and fill out the form to continue with your message. Click here if you do not know the name of your State Senator. Enter your zip-code. You will be directed to a page where you must scroll down to find your State Legislator .

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