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Legislative Acts

Government Records Inquiry System

Welcome to the Secretary of State's Government Records Inquiry System. This facility provides you easy access to public information maintained by the Secretary of State's office in electronic format.  You can search all legislative acts from 1987 to the present. Basic descriptions are available for the entire period, and complete copies of the acts are included from mid-1999 (Act 1999-319) forward.

For complete copies of older legislative acts (Statehood to mid-1999), visit the digital collections of the Alabama Department of Archives and History. There you can search all acts from 1818 to 1999.


Legislative Acts Search Options

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Local Laws Index

The Alabama Legislative Services Agency provides a resource, called the State of Alabama Local Laws Index, to locate and search local laws.  The Index is accessible online and can be searched as a whole or by individual counties.  The online Index contains local laws from 1819 to 2017 and is updated on an annual basis.  

To search the Index by individual Alabama county, please visit:

To search the Index as a whole, please visit:  


Supreme Court Orders, Annuity & Mortality Tables

In accordance with Alabama Code 35-16-1, 35-16-3 and 12-2-19, the Secretary of State is required to publish annuity tables, mortality tables, and Supreme Court orders in bound volumes of the acts of the legislature. Pursuant to Act 2019-414, in lieu of binding and distributing copies of each volume of the acts and resolutions, and in an effort to save the state money, the acts, resolutions, annuity tables, mortality tables, and Supreme Court orders are available in electronic form.

You may view Annuity Tables beginning in 2018

You may view Mortality Tables beginning in 2018

You may view Supreme Court Orders on the Alabama Judicial System's Website


Should you encounter problems or have questions about using this facility, please e-mail the Webmaster.