Alabama Code Title 41. State Government

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions.
  • Chapter 2. Boundaries of State.
  • Chapter 3. Aboriginal Mounds, Earthworks, and Other Antiquities.
  • Chapter 4. Department of Finance.
  • Chapter 5. Department of Examiners of Public Accounts.
  • Chapter 6. Department of Archives and History.
  • Chapter 6A. Department of Energy.
  • Chapter 7. Alabama Tourism Department.
  • Chapter 7A. Alabama Film Office.
  • Chapter 8. Alabama Public Library Service.
  • Chapter 8A. Alabama Law Enforcement Planning Agency.
  • Chapter 9. Boards and Commissions.
  • Chapter 10. Authorities.
  • Chapter 11. Alabama Academy of Honor.
  • Chapter 12. White House of the Confederacy.
  • Chapter 13. Public Records.
  • Chapter 14. State Funds Generally.
  • Chapter 14A. Security for Public Deposits.
  • Chapter 15. State Insurance Fund.
  • Chapter 15A. Penny Trust Fund.
  • Chapter 15B. Children First.
  • Chapter 15C. Alabama Senior Services Trust Fund.
  • Chapter 16. Public Contracts.
  • Chapter 16A. Governmental Leasing.
  • Chapter 17A. Green Fleets Policy.
  • Chapter 18. Southern Growth Policies Agreement.
  • Chapter 19. Budget Management.
  • Chapter 19A. Budget Accountability Act.
  • Chapter 20. Continuation or Termination of State Agencies.
  • Chapter 21. State Code Distribution.
  • Chapter 22. Administrative Procedure.
  • Chapter 23. Department of Economic and Community Affairs.
  • Chapter 24. Alabama Community Service Grant Program.
  • Chapter 24A. State Executive Commission on Community Services Grants.
  • Chapter 25. Alabama Drug Education and Awareness Oversight Council.
  • Chapter 27. Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency.
  • Chapter 28. Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee for Information Technology.
  • Chapter 29. Department of Commerce.

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