The Alabama Legislature enacted HB 48 in the 2018 legislative term, which provides that any entities added to the Local Government Health Insurance Program, which were not identified as employer participants eligible for participation prior to such date, shall be treated as separate entities and their premiums are established independently. For a complete listing of health related statutes visit the State Health Practice Database for Research.

The State Database

The Source tracks state activities impacting healthcare price and competition in both legislation and litigation in a searchable database to help stakeholders at the state level understand their legal and regulatory environment as they make efforts to improve access, quality, and efficiency, and reduce costs in healthcare. We currently cover bills from the 2017-2018 legislative term and key statutes from each state. Search the database for specific bills, statutes or cases by using keyword, key issue category, and/or jurisdiction.

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Additional Resources


Alabama’s 2018 legislative term ran from 1/9/2018 – 4/24/2018. Alabama’s next legislative session will convene in 2019.


To view Alabama’s FY 2018 Budget, click here.