Alan Harper  -  (R) Alabama
Bill Bill Name Summary
HB39 State employee benefits, employee to receive summary of annually To require the State of Alabama and local boards of education to provide an annual itemized statement of all employee and retirement benefits received or accrued by an employee or retiree from his or her employer as well a...
HB40 Code of Alabama 1975, obsolete or unenforceable code sections, Secs. 2-2... Relating to the Code of Alabama 1975; to repeal Sections 2-2-110 to 2-2-114, inclusive, 2-17-26, 3-1-20, 3-1-23 to 3-1-25, inclusive, 5-14A-1 to 5-14A-8, inclusive, 5-16-1 to 5-16-53, inclusive, 9-2-16, 9-11-52, 9-11-235.1...
HB38 Alabama Community College System, appropriation, for providing student s... To make an appropriation of $5,000,000 from the Education Trust Fund to the Alabama Community College System for the purpose of providing student scholarships in career-technical dual enrollment programs, for the fiscal ye...
HB198 Motor vehicles, distracted driving, prohibition of, penalties Relating to the operation of motor vehicles; to prohibit distracted driving; to provide penalties; and in connection therewith would have as its purpose or effect the requirement of a new or increased expenditure of local ...
HB239 Assisted living administrators, licensure and regulation, replacement li... To amend Sections 34-2A-2, 34-2A-8, 34-2A-11, 34-2A-12, and 34-2A-13, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to assisted living administrators; to establish a replacement license fee for a stolen, lost, or misplaced licensing card...
Bill Number Motion Vote Date Vote
HB56 Hill (J) motion to Table 3/12/2015 Yea
HB56 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/12/2015 Yea
HB56 Hammon motion to Previous Question 3/12/2015 Yea
HB1 Cosponsors Added 3/11/2015 Yea
HB1 Motion to Adopt 3/11/2015 Yea
HB1 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB1 Motion to Adopt 3/11/2015 Yea
HB124 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB125 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB18 Motion to Adopt 3/11/2015 Yea
HB18 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB18 Cosponsors Added 3/11/2015 Yea
HB20 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Other
HB39 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB39 Motion to Adopt 3/11/2015 Yea
HB39 Motion to Adopt 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Pringle motion to Table 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Pringle motion to Table 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Pringle motion to Table 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Motion to Adopt 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Pringle motion to Table 3/11/2015 Yea
HB40 Cosponsors Added 3/11/2015 Other
HB81 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Other
HB82 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Other
HB87 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/11/2015 Yea
HB123 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB55 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB57 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB57 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB57 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB57 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Baker motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Baker motion to Table 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Cosponsors Added 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB58 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB59 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB59 Cosponsors Added 3/10/2015 Yea
HB59 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB72 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB72 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB72 Cosponsors Added 3/10/2015 Other
HB73 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
HB73 Cosponsors Added 3/10/2015 Other
HB73 Motion to Adopt 3/10/2015 Yea
HB89 Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass 3/10/2015 Yea
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Representative Alan Harper has spent almost his entire career in public service working to better the communities in which he has lived and worked. His career path includes working in local government, public education, the banking industry and primarily in economic development.
He served almost a decade with the Tuscaloosa County Industrial Development Authority (TCIDA). During Representative Harper's tenure with TCIDA, he assisted in bringing numerous companies, among them, ZF Industries, Johnson Controls, Delphi, ICS, Recticel and the Mercedes-Benz expansion to Tuscaloosa County representing over 4,000 jobs and upwards of $500 million in capital investment.
In addition to that, Representative Harper serves or has served with the following civic groups- Member of the Board of the Economic Development Assoc. of Alabama, Tenn-Tom Waterway Development Council, Aliceville Rotary Club, DCH Regional Medical Center Institutional Review Commission, Aliceville Area Chamber of Commerce, Gordo Area Chamber of Commerce, Reform Chamber of Commerce, and Pickens County Cattlemen's Association.
He is a 1986 graduate of the University of Alabama and was selected as a 2001 Alumnus of the Year in the School of Communication.
He and his wife, Jean, make their home in Aliceville, Alabama and have two sons, Brant and Sam.